Julie Stamm, Ph.D., LAT, ATC
2000 Observatory Dr
Madison, WI 53706-1121
Dr. Stamm is an Associate Lecturer in the Department of Kinesiology, and she has a passion for teaching about the anatomy of the human body. She received her doctorate in Anatomy and Neurobiology from the Boston University School of Medicine, where she gained extensive experience teaching gross anatomy and neuroanatomy to medical, dental, and graduate students. While at Boston University, Dr. Stamm conducted research under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Stern at the Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center and Dr. Martha Shenton at the Psychiatry Neuroimaging Laboratory at Harvard Medical School – Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She received an F31 Ruth L. Kircschstein National Research Service Award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to support her graduate research. Her work on the later-life consequences of incurring repeated hits to the head, particularly during critical periods of childhood brain development, has been published in high-impact journals. She has also published work on chronic traumatic encephalopathy, concussion management, and pressures on clinicians to prematurely return concussed athletes to play. For a list of her publications, visit: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=eSk2fIIAAAAJ
Dr. Stamm is a proud alumnus of the Athletic Training Education Program here at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and she is a licensed athletic trainer through the state of Wisconsin. She also spent a year practicing as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Boston University where she coordinated care for swimming and diving, cheer and dance, and Navy ROTC and provided care for other club sport athletes. She believes that her clinical experience, combined with her research and basic science education, gives her a unique perspective and skill set for teaching Human Anatomy.
Outside of work, Dr. Stamm enjoys being physically active, including playing competitive volleyball, running, and paddle boarding, as well as spending time with her husband, Brian, and dog, Arti.
Ph.D. Anatomy and Neurobiology, Boston University School of Medicine
B.S. Kinesiology – Athletic Training, University of Wisconsin-Madison