Practice the biopsychosocial model while caring for infants, children, adolescents, and youth adults. Practice the strength based approach to promote physical, social, and emotional well-being. Emphasizes on patient autonomy when developmental appropriate. Special interests in adolescent mood disorders and reproductive health. Additional special interests in school based health and community health and advocacy.
Dr. Wilson is a local Rochesterian with strong family roots in Rochester. She attended Howard University in Washington, DC, and completed medical school, a pediatric residency program, an adolescent medicine fellowship and LEAH fellowship at University of Rochester. Dr. Wilson is a mother of two children.
Dr. Wilson enjoys traveling with her family and learning about history and culture.
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