Victoria Wells Wulsin
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Victoria Elizabeth Wells Wulsin (born October 27, 1953) is an American physician who specializes in epidemiology, especially AIDS research among women in Africa.
She has become involved in politics, and in 2006 and 2008 ran as the Democratic candidate in the Second District of Ohio ((map )). She lost to the Republican incumbent. She is a resident of Indian Hill, an affluent suburb of Cincinnati.
== Early life and education==
Wulsin was born in Elyria, Ohio, the daughter of a teacher and a social worker. She attended high school in Ohio, and earned a B.A. at Harvard University. After college, she returned to Ohio and earned a medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland (1980). She earned a masters in Public Health (1982) and a doctorate in Epidemiology (1985), both from the Harvard University School of Public Health. Wulsin has obtained medical licenses in Massachusetts (1981) and Ohio (1989).
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