Julie Rothstein Rosenbaum MD
Associate Professor of Medicine (General Medicine)
Julie R. Rosenbaum went to medical school at Yale University and completed internal medicine residency at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. She also completed the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at Yale University School of Medicine, where she currently is an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine. In addition to seeing her own patients, she teaches residents in the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency. She directs the annual Workshop on Professional Responsibility for the medicine interns as well as the Program on Women in Medicine for the residency. She continues to teach and publish in the area of medical ethics and professionalism with particular interest in education regarding end-of-life communication, personal-professional balance in medicine, and appropriate relationships between physicians and the pharmaceutical industry. She recently joined the Society for General Internal Medicine Ethics Committee.
Dr. Rosenbaum has worked with the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation on a project evaluating the impact of the hidden curriculum on medical education, focusing on transitions between different care environments. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum, an ambulatory curriculum used in over 140 residencies across the U.S. She has also developed and is evaluating a career planning website for internal medicine residents called Beyond Residency.
Education & Training
- Brown University (1990)
- Yale University School of Medicine (1996)
- New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center, Internal Medicine (1996 - 1999)
- Yale University School of Medicine/Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, Clinical Epidemiology (2000 - 2002)
Honors & Recognition
- Selected Participant: Early Career Women Faculty Development Conference
Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington DC (2009)
- Primary Care Hall of Fame
Yale Primary Care Progress (2012)
- Selection: The Best American Medical Writing 2009, Edited by Pauline Chen M.D. Essay entitled, "Duality," appeared in Health Affairs, March/April 2008.
Kaplan Publishing (2009)
- Outstanding Poster: A Workshop on Professionalism for Internal Medicine Interns: Committed to Change
Association for Program Directors for Internal Medicine (2004)
- Member, Society of General Internal Medicine (07/01/2011)
- Reviewer, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (03/10/2005)
- Reviewer, Ethics and Medical Humanities, Society for General Internal Medicine (02/10/2009)