Dr. Wolfe, who joined the faculty of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in August 2006, is a world leader in the fields of human metabolism and stable isotope tracer methodology with more than 600 publications, five books and nine patents to his credit. According to Google Schoalar his papers have been cited more than 63,000 time (h factor =133). He has been funded by the NIH throughout his 35-year career and has been among the top 2 percent of career NIH-funded investigators. His annual course in tracer methodology, co-sponsored by the NIH Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center, has had more than 1,500 attendees from 19 countries. He is a member of several government and industry committees responsible for determining dietary protein requirements.