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Julie Dombrowski, MD, MPH

  • Assistant Professor, Medicine and Allergy & Infectious Diseases
  • University of Washington
  • Deputy Director for Clinical Services, Public Health
  • Seattle & King County HIV/STD Program
  • Co-Director, UW Public Health Capacity Building Center

Dr. Dombrowski's research focuses on the delivery of HIV and STD clinical services and population-based approaches to improving the HIV care continuum. She is the Medical Director of the Public Health – Seattle & King County STD Clinic and oversees the King County HIV Care and ART Promotion Program, a project to improve engagement in HIV care and antiretroviral use in King County. She conducts capacity-building assistance with health departments throughout the U.S. to improve HIV prevention and care activities.

Selected Publications

Dombrowski JC, Simoni JM, Katz DA, and Golden MR.  Barriers to HIV care and treatment among participants in a public health HIV care relinkage program. AIDS Patient Care STDS 2015; 29: 279-87.
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Dombrowski JC, Buskin SE, Bennett A, Thiede H, Golden MR. Use of Multiple Population-Based Data Sources and Individual Case Investigation to Refine Estimates of the HIV Care Cascade. JAIDS, 2014; 67:323-30.
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Dombrowski JC, Kitahata MM, Van Rompaey SE, et al. High levels of antiretroviral use and viral suppression among persons in HIV care in the United States, 2010. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2013; 63(3) 299-306.
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Dombrowski JC, Golden MR. Modernizing operations to improve efficiency and refine the role and mission of STI clinics. Sex Transm Dis. 2013; 40: 81-4.
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Dombrowski JC, Harrington RD, Golden MR. Evidence for the long-term stability of HIV transmission-associated sexual behavior after HIV diagnosis. Sex Transm Dis. 2013; 40: 41-5.
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Dombrowski JC, Kent JB, Buskin SE, Stekler JD, Golden MR. Population-based metrics for the timing of HIV diagnosis, engagement in HIV care, and virologic suppression. AIDS. 2011; 26: 77-86.
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