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Dawn L. Earl, ARNP

Dawn L. Earl, ARNP


On staff since March 2005


AngelaSeattle, WA10.02.13
Dawn Earl has been seeing my son since he was 6 months old- He is now 12 years old. She is always caring and very eager to hear all about my son. We truly value the amount of time she spends with us at our visits. She explains things well and also listens well. We never feel rushed or leave with unanswered questions.
Dawn is wonderfull,amazing,caring,heartfelt. She has made my sons medical process so much better and easier to through go and I recommend her to anyone!
Amazing, listens companionate. Helped my son who has NF1 he has seizures, tumor on optic nerve had two aneurysms and no moyamoya. It's good having people who care.
MarkColumbia Falls, MT09.01.11
Dawn is a such a delight. My daughter loves to see her. And Dawn takes an interest of the all of our medical needs. And my daughter says she gives awesome back massages.
SMill Creek, WA06.14.11
Dawn was a godsend when our daughter was diagnosed. She walked us through the maze of Children's and connected us with the various specialists we needed. She has a wonderful manner and way to comfort your fears while also providing the facts and information we needed.
SierraSeattle, WA03.06.11
My son sees Dawn for a chromosome issue and we love her! She always takes her time with him and genuinely cares. She keeps up to date on him and goes above and beyond the call of her duties. If you have a chance to work with her you will be amazed as well!
Recommend Dawn Earl


Board Certification(s)
NP Pediatric Primary Care Nurse
NP Genetics Nurse Practitioner
Medical/Professional School
University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine, Los Angeles
University of Washington, Seattle
National Institute of Nursing Research, Bethesda

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's President's AwardJune 1999
Chironian AwardJune 1997
Commencement Student MarshalJune 1997
Graduate Student Nurse Association - President 1996 - 1997
Golden Key National Honor Society - Member


Polymicrogyria and deletion 22q11.2 syndrome: window to the etiology of a common cortical malformation.
American journal of medical genetics. Part A , 2006 Nov 15: 140(22)2416-25
Management of deformational plagiocephaly: repositioning versus orthotic therapy.
The Journal of pediatrics , 2005 Feb: 146(2)258-62
Deformational brachycephaly in supine-sleeping infants.
The Journal of pediatrics , 2005 Feb: 146(2)253-7
Johnson-McMillin syndrome, a neuroectodermal syndrome with conductive hearing loss and microtia: report of a new case.
American journal of medical genetics. Part A , 2003 Jul 30: 120A(3)400-5


Presentations TitleEventLocationDate
A case of mold Morquio syndrome type IVA identified with enzyme testingAmerican College of Medical Genetics Annual MeetingCharolotte, NCMarch 27, 2012 - March 31, 2012
Recurrence of a 1 Mb 9q34.3 subtelomeric deletion in siblings detected by oligonucleotide arrayAmerican College of Medical Genetics Annual MeetingAlbuquerque, NMMarch 24, 2010 - March 28, 2010
A patient with opsismodysplasia treated with bisphosphonateInternational Skeletal Dysplasia Society ConferenceAlbi, FranceJuly 19, 2007 - July 22, 2007
Larsen syndrome: clinical and radiographic delineation and review of health management recommendationsCedars-Sinai Medical Center Nursing Research and Quality Assurance ConferenceLos Angeles, CAMay 4, 2004
Larsen syndrome: clinical and radiographic delineationWestern Society for Pediatric Research MeetingCarmel, CAJan. 28, 2004 - Jan. 31, 2004
Brachydactyly D with cleft lip and scoliosis, a new broadly variable autosomal dominant syndromeProceedings of the Greenwood Genetics Center 2003
Management and outcomes in 308 cases of torticollis-plagiocephaly deformation sequencePediatric Academic Societies MeetingBaltimore, MDMay 4, 2002 - May 7, 2002
Microcephalic Osteodysplastic Dysplasia: progression of radiographic manifestations not previously describedAmerican Society of Human Genetics MeetingSan Diego, CAOct. 12, 2001 - Oct. 16, 2001
A patient with Boston craniosynostosis XXI David W. Smith Workshop on Malformations and MorphogenesisLake Arrowhead, CASept. 7, 2001 - Sept. 11, 2001
Congenital Midline Cervical Cleft, a rare malformation of branchial arch derivationAmerican Society of Human Genetics MeetingPhiladelphia, PAOct. 3, 2000 - Oct. 7, 2000
Johnson-McMillin syndrome, a new neuroectodermal syndrome with conductive hearing loss and microtia: report of a new caseAmerican Society of Human Genetics MeetingPhiladelphia, PAOct. 3, 2000 - Oct. 7, 2000
Marden-Walker syndrome: case report and reviewAnnual Clinical Genetics MeetingPalm Springs, CAMarch 9, 2000 - March 12, 2000
Vertex birth molding: long term residual effects and suggested management of cone-headed neonatesWestern Society for Pediatric Research MeetingCarmel, CAFeb. 9, 2000 - Feb. 12, 2000

Primary Office

Seattle Children's
OC.9.850 - Medical Genetics
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

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