Julie Williamson

Julie Williamson, D.O., FAAP is Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine. Julie Williamson completed a residency in pediatrics at the University of Maryland and a residency in anesthesia and fellowship training in pediatric anesthesia and critical care at Johns Hopkins University. She joined Stanford as a faculty member in the departments of Pediatrics and Anesthesia in 2008. Julie is the rotation director for pediatric anesthesia and teaches and mentors medical students as a faculty in a Stanford Educator-4-CARE (E4C) program. E4C provides a formal curriculum aimed to foster the development of some of the core values – Compassion, Advocacy, Responsibility, and Empathy – from the beginning and throughout medical school.

Dr. Williamson’s clinical interests include teaching management of the pediatric airway to anesthesia residents and pediatric critical care fellows. She has taught pediatric airway workshops to transport nurses, pediatrics residents, critical care fellows, and practicing anesthesiologists both nationally and internationally. Julie is a member of Stanford Advanced Airway Management Program (SAAMP) and a lecturer and instructor at the annual Stanford Advanced Airway Management and Fiberoptic Intubation Course.

Julie’s other clinical interests include pain control and ventilation in critically ill children, and pediatric liver transplant anesthesia.  It is her goal to maintain kindness and respect for our patients and colleagues in our increasingly technologically sophisticated world. She lives in Palo Alto with her husband and her two children, Aaron (7) and Helen (4).