Julie C Brown, MD, MPH

Julie C Brown, MD, MPH


  • Biography

    Julie C. Brown, MDCM, MPH, is an emergency medicine attending physician at Seattle Children's Hospital and associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from McGill University, Montreal, and her MPH from the University of Washington.

    She completed her first two years of pediatrics residency at Rainbow Babies and Childrens in Cleveland. She completed her third year of pediatrics residency and pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Seattle Children's. She has also completed one-year fellowships in pediatric biomedical diseases and evidence-based medicine. She is board certified in general pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine by the American Board of Pediatrics. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is co-Director of research for the Division of Emergency Medicine. Her research interests include foreign bodies, minor procedures, emergency management of respiratory diseases, and the use of technology in medicine. She is ATLS and PALS certified.

    Board Certification(s)

    Pediatric Emergency Medicine


    McGill University, Montreal, QC


    Case Western Reserve University Endodontics Reside, Cleveland, OH
    University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA


    University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WA

    Research Description

    My research interests include minor procedures, ear and nose foreign bodies, aerodigestive foreign bodies, emergent management of respiratory diseases, and electronic decision support. My current research projects include a number of studies evaluating magnet ingestions in children, as well as devices for use in minor procedures, such as lumbar puncture and ear foreign body removal. I recently completed a role as the site principal investigator on three industry-sponsored multi-center studies: a randomized clinical trial evaluating a new therapy for pediatric asthma; validation of a clinical score for asthma; and a study of the epidemiology of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), an important cause of wheezing illness in infants. I have authored two chapters on the management of croup, and numerous peer-reviewed publications involving the care of the febrile infant, electronic decision support, and the management of foreign bodies.

    Research Focus Area

    Chronic Conditions / Special Health Care Needs, Quality Improvement, Therapeutic Trials, Translational research, observational studies, investigator-initiated interventional studies

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