Physician, Masters Student
"The development of the COVID-19 vaccine was a modern miracle in science, with successful collaboration among researchers, pharmaceuticals, governments and citizens in its design, testing, and production. Yet, the delivery of this highly effective vaccine has been suboptimal, highlighting the need and opportunities for improved health care delivery."
Dr. Julie Bradley is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Florida, specializing in treating women and men with breast cancer and children with benign or malignant tumors. Prior to joining UF, she completed her undergraduate studies in engineering at Dartmouth College and medical school at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. She completed her preliminary year in Internal Medicine at the University of Chicago, followed by residency training in Radiation Oncology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Dr Bradley has served as an Associate Editor for the breast cancer section of the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics, as well as an editor for The Breast Journal. She is a member of the NRG Breast Cancer Locoregional and Rare Tumor Subcommittees and serves as an American Board of Radiology Examiner for the breast cancer section. She has been recognized for her teaching, receiving both the University of Florida College of Medicine Exemplary Teacher Award and the ARRO Educator of the Year award in 2017.
Dr. Bradley is passionate about patient care, including access to care and delivery of quality care in a timely manner. She pursued a Masters of Health Care Delivery Science through Dartmouth College to gain knowledge to improve the experiences of individuals and communities in health and health care.
Bachelor of Arts, Engineering
The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
Internship, Internal Medicine
University of Chicago
Radiation Oncology Residency
Medical College of Wisconsin
Health Care Delivery Masters