Julie Greicius is Associate Dean of Communications and Alumni Affairs for Stanford Engineering. She was previously Senior Director of External Communications for Stanford Medicine, where she led media relations, crisis communications/issue management, and trademark name use. An award-winning writer and editor, she joined the School of Medicine as media relations manager in early 2018. In her prior role, she was editorial director for Stanford Medicine Children’s Health, where she developed and managed stories across all platforms, assisted in the rebranding and website renewal for Stanford Children’s Health, and directed and managed brand voice and messaging. Her career with Stanford Medicine began in 2006 when she joined Stanford Children's as a freelance writer. She has since written numerous articles for Stanford Medicine magazine and other Stanford Medicine publications. She has an MFA in creative nonfiction from Columbia University.

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'The girl who loves science'
The FAST program, led by Stanford graduate students, sparks a passion in teens for science careers

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Tomorrow’s hospital today
Advanced technology and a design that puts well-being first come together in the new Stanford Hospital

Stronger together
A shared vision of Stanford Medicine’s future

Switching Course
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Labor Day
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