Julie C. Servoss, M.D., M.P.H., a board‐certified gastroenterologist and internist, serves as the Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion and Associate Professor of Integrated Medical Science in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University (FAU). Dr. Servoss joined FAU in 2007, and in her current role she is responsible for the design, development, implementation and management of a comprehensive diversity and cultural competency program in the College.
She serves as a role model for medical students and provides academic, personal and career counseling. She fosters student development and is integral to their success as they progress from matriculation through graduation. Dr. Servoss is board certified: ABIM Internal Medicine, initial certification 2002; recertification 2012; and ABIM Gastroenterology, 2006
- 1994: B.A., with honors, Human Biology, Stanford University
- 1999: M.D., Harvard Medical School
- 2005: M.P.H., Harvard School of Public Health
- 1999-2000: Internship, Internal Med., Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital
- 2001-2005: GI/Hepatology fellowship, Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital
- 2011-Present: Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida
- 2010-2014: Assistant Dean for Diversity, Cultural and Student Affairs - Florida Atlantic University, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
- 2010-2014: Assistant Regional Dean for Student Affairs - University of Miami Miller School of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University
- 2010-Present: Assistant Professor of Integrated Medical Science – Florida Atlantic University, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
- 2007-2010: Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine – University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Medicine
- 2006-2010: Affiliate Clinical Assistant Professor of Integrated Medical – Florida Atlantic University
- 2004-2005: Graduate Assistant in Medicine
- 2002-2005: Research Fellow – Gastrointestinal Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital
- 2001-2005: Clinical and Research Fellow in Medicine – Massachusetts General Hospital
- Corey KE, Servoss JC, Casson DR, Kim AY, Robbins GK, Franzini J, Twitchell K, Loomis SC, Abraczinskas DR, Terella AM, Dienstag JL, Chung RT. Pilot study of postexposure prophylaxis for hepatitis C virus in healthcare workers. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 2009 October;30(10):1000-5.
- Campos NG, Salomon JA, Servoss JC, Nunes DP, Samet J, Freedberg KA, Goldie SJ. Cost-effectiveness of treatment for hepatitis C in an urban cohort co-infected with human immunodeficiency virus. American Journal of Medicine. 2007 March;120(3):272-9.
Servoss JC, Kitch DW, Andersen JW, Reisler RB, Chung RT, Robbins GK. Predictors of antiretroviral-related hepatotoxicity in the adult AIDS Clinical Trial Group (1989-1999). Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 2006 November 1;43(3):320-3.
- Basch EM, Servoss JC, Tedrow UB. Safety assurances for dietary supplements: policy issues. Journal of Herbal Pharmacotherapy 2005; 1(5):3-15.
Servoss JC, Friedman LS. Serologic and molecular diagnosis of hepatitis B virus. Infectious Disease Clinics of North America. 2006 Mar;20(1):47-61. Review.
Servoss JC, Friedman LS. Serologic and molecular diagnosis of hepatitis B virus. Clinics in Liver Disease. 2004 May;8(2):267-81. Review.
- Peters PJ, Servoss SJ, Servoss JC, et al. Hypertension. Massachusetts General Hospital Ambulatory Care Syllabus. Lippincott Publications, 2002.
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Completed Research Support
- NIH 1P20MD008692-01; 9/25/13-3/31/14 $211,096; RAISE UP-BUILD Planning Grant at Florida Atlantic University. The goal of this planning grant is to identify infrastructure needs and operationalize strategies that support the expansion of existing student pipelines and institutional collaborations to recruit, retain and promote the development of student scientists from backgrounds that are under-represented in biomedical research. Role: PI
- AASLD/Schering Advanced Hepatology Fellowship, 2004-2005
- Bristol-Myers Squibb HIV Fellowship Research Program, Clinical Research Grant, 2002
Foundation Support for Diversity Programs
- Quantum Foundation. FAU College of Medicine Diversity Programs: Health Careers Outreach Program. Dates of Grant: 12/15/14-12/15/17. $300,000.
- The Celia Lipton Farris and Victor W. Farris Foundation, Inc. Healthcare Careers Outreach Program. Dates of Grant: 12/1/14-12/1/15. $50,000.
- The Virginia and Douglas Stewart Foundation. Date of Gift: 12/2014. $50,000.
- The Virginia and Douglas Stewart Foundation. Date of Gift: 1/2014. $40,000.
- The Celia Lipton Farris and Victor W. Farris Foundation, Inc. Dates of Gift: 12/1/13-11/30/14. $50,000.
- Quantum Foundation. FAU College of Medicine Healthcare Careers Outreach Program. Dates of Grant: 10/15/13-10/15/14. $100,000.
- Palm Beach County Medical Society. Dates of Gift: 6/26/13-6/25/14. $9000.
- The Office Depot Foundation. Date of Gift: 3/2013. $10,000.
- The Virginia and Douglas Stewart Foundation. Date of Gift: 12/17/12: $20,000.
- Quantum Foundation. FAU College of Medicine Healthcare Careers Outreach Program. Dates of Grant: 10/15/12-10/15/13. $100,000.
- Quantum Foundation. FAU College of Medicine Healthcare Careers Outreach Program. Dates of Grant: 10/15/11-10/15/12. $200,000.
- Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties. FAU COM Biomedical Outreach Program Dates of Grant: 5/15/12-5/14/15. $118,600.
- American Medical Women’s Association Exceptional Mentor Award 2012
Faculty & Teaching Awards
- Faculty Appreciation Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Education of Students. Course Director, Emeritus, GI/Hepatology and Hematology/Oncology Modules. UMMSM@FAU. 2011
- Dwight W. Warren Award for Excellence in Teaching. 2008-2009. UMMSM@FAU
- Dwight W. Warren Award for Excellence in Teaching 2007-2008. UMMSM@FAU
- 2015 Palm Beach County Medical Society, Heroes in Medicine (Educator Category) Finalist
- 2012 School District of Palm Beach County, Outstanding Partner in Education
- 2010 Boca Life Magazine’s, Rising Stars, The 40 Under 40 Issue
PROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS
- 2013-present Member. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Council of Faculty and
- 2012-present Member. Palm Beach County Medical Society
- 2005-present Member. Florida Medical Association
- 2003-present Member. American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
- 2001-present Member. American Gastroenterological Association
1998-present Member.Aesculapian Club, HMS
- Elected as student member of the Aesculapian Club, an HMS alumni group that works to provide support and funding for student loans, scholarships, and activities, such as the Second Year Show, and the provision of the White Coats to all entering HMS students.
- 1995-1999 Member. Student National Medical Association, HMS Chapter.
- 1995-1999 Member. Black Health Organization, HMS.