Julia F. Taylor

Julia F. Taylor, MD, MA, HEC-C

photo of Julia F. Taylor, MD, MA, HEC-C Assistant Professor at UVA

Assistant Professor

Dr. Taylor is a board-certified pediatrician and adolescent medicine specialist. She completed a fellowship in adolescent medicine at Indiana University, where she also received her master’s in bioethics and completed a clinical ethics fellowship. She returned to Charlottesville in 2015 to become part of the team at the UVA Teen and Young Adult Health Center. She is a core faculty member at the UVa Center for Health Humanities and Ethics where she is a member of the Ethics Consult Service and Ethics Committee. Her passion is helping adolescents and young adults navigate complicated medical challenges and decisions.

Recent Publications

Nahata L, Chen D, Moravek MB, Quinn GP, Sutter ME, Taylor JF, Tishelman AC, Gomez-Lobo V. Understudied and under-reported: fertility issues in transgender youth—a narrative review. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2019 Feb 1;205:265-71.

Hensel, D. J., Bales, C. L., Taylor, J. F., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2018). Leveraging a relationship-based sexual health framework for sexual risk prevention in adolescent men in the United States. Sexual health, 15(3), 238-245.

Julia F. Taylor, Mary Faith Marshall. (2018) A Decision Made WellThe American Journal of Bioethics 18:3, pages 18-19.

Taylor JF, Ott MA. Fertility Preservation after a Cancer Diagnosis: A Systematic Review of Adolescents’, Parents’, and Providers’ Perspectives, Experiences, and Preferences. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 2016 Apr 21.

Williams R, Taylor JF. Four steps to preserving adolescent confidentiality in an electronic health environment. Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2016 Oct 28(5):393-8

Runco,D, Taylor JF, Helft, P. Ethical Barriers in Adolescent Oncofertility Counseling. Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology. Accepted for Publication. 39.1 (2017): 56-61.

Taylor, JF*, Williams, BL, Blythe, MJ. Healthcare reform, EHRs, and adolescent confidentiality. Contemporary OBGYN, 2015.