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Julie C.

Infectious Diseases
Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology
King K. Holmes Endowed Professor in STD and AIDS
Deputy Director, HIV/STD Program, Public Health - Seattle & King County
Sites of Practice
Harborview Medical Center

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Dr. Dombrowski's research focuses on improving HIV & STI clinical and public health services for marginalized populations in the United States with a particular focus on novel models of HIV care.  She has worked with sexual health clinics and health department HIV/STD programs throughout the U.S. on capacity building projects and research collaborations. She mentors students, post-doctoral trainees and junior faculty, and she is a primary care provider in the Madison & Max HIV Clinics in Seattle, Washington. 

Research Interests

  • HIV/STI public health 

Clinical Interests

  • HIV care for people with complex medical and social needs

Education & Training

Medical School - Duke University School of Medicine

MPH Degree - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Internship & Residency Training - University of California San Francisco

Fellowship - University of Washington


King K. Holmes Endowed Professorship in STD & AIDS (2020-2023)

UW School of Medicine Outstanding Research Mentor Award

Fialkow Award, UW School of Medicine

Professionalism Award, UCSF Medicine Residency Program

Dean's Recognition Award, Duke University School of Medicine

Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, North Carolina Schweitzer Fellows Program