Julia Bartolomeo, MD is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Bartolomeo, a native of western Massachusetts, completed her undergraduate education at Tufts University and then attended Boston University for medical school. Prior to medical school, Dr. Bartolomeo worked with children as a counselor at the Great Books Summer Program and taught lego robotics in elementary schools with the Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach. While at BU, she continued to participate in community work as part of the PAIRS (Partnering in Alzheimer’s Instruction Research Study) program and as a mentor runner for 9th graders in the Rookie Runners program in Jamaica Plain. Dr. Bartolomeo was a leader of the Family Medicine Interest Group, served as a peer advisor for first-year medical students, and helped teach first year students how to interview patients in their Intro to Medicine course. She was drawn to Family Medicine for the continuity of patient care, the dedication to training quality primary care physicians, and the ability to provide care for patients of all ages.
- Published on 6/26/2011
Norden AD, Bartolomeo J, Tanaka S, Drappatz J, Ciampa AS, Doherty LM, Lafrankie DC, Ruland S, Quant EC, Beroukhim R, Wen PY. Safety of concurrent bevacizumab therapy and anticoagulation in glioma patients. J Neurooncol. 2012 Jan; 106(1):121-5. PMID: 21706358.