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Julie H. Shakib

Julie H. Shakib, DO, MS, MPH

Languages spoken: English

Clinical Locations

University of Utah Hospital

Well Baby Nursery
801-581-2121
  • Dr. Julie H. Shakib is a general pediatrician and physician scientist with extensive training and experience in clinical patient care, research investigation, and research education.

    Dr. Shakib is an Associate Professor in the General Pediatric Division and is board certified in General Pediatrics. She cares for patients, teaches physician trainees, and guides care process improvement efforts as Senior Medical Director of the Well Baby and Intermediate Care Nurseries at the University of Utah. Dr. Shakib completed her undergraduate and Master of Public Health degrees at the University of Utah and her medical degree at Des Moines University Osteopathic Health Sciences Center. After completing residency training at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, she returned to the University of Utah to join the faculty and complete a primary care research fellowship and Master of Science in Clinical Investigation degree.

    Dr. Shakib has focused her research platform on improving the care of young infants. She has served as Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator on extramural awards from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Thrasher Research Fund involving influenza and pertussis immunization and opioid exposure in pregnant women and infants. Dr. Shakib currently serves as site Co- Principal Investigator for a CDC-sponsored surveillance network of clinical sites that aims to improve understanding of the spectrum of maternal, infant, and child health outcomes following treatment for Opioid Use Disorder during pregnancy. She also serves as pediatric site lead for a Respiratory Syncytial Virus vaccine trial and a COVID-19 trial in pregnant women.

    In her role as Co-Director of Workforce Development for the Utah Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Dr. Shakib works to advance the careers of undergraduates, medical students, residents, and junior faculty through research education.

  • Dr. Julie H. Shakib is a general pediatrician and physician scientist with extensive training and experience in clinical patient care, research investigation, and research education.

    Dr. Shakib is an Associate Professor in the General Pediatric Division and is board certified in General Pediatrics. She cares for patients, teaches physician trainees, and guides care process improvement efforts as Senior Medical Director of the Well Baby and Intermediate Care Nurseries at the University of Utah. Dr. Shakib completed her undergraduate and Master of Public Health degrees at the University of Utah and her medical degree at Des Moines University Osteopathic Health Sciences Center. After completing residency training at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, she returned to the University of Utah to join the faculty and complete a primary care research fellowship and Master of Science in Clinical Investigation degree.

    Dr. Shakib has focused her research platform on improving the care of young infants. She has served as Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator on extramural awards from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Thrasher Research Fund involving influenza and pertussis immunization and opioid exposure in pregnant women and infants. Dr. Shakib currently serves as site Co- Principal Investigator for a CDC-sponsored surveillance network of clinical sites that aims to improve understanding of the spectrum of maternal, infant, and child health outcomes following treatment for Opioid Use Disorder during pregnancy. She also serves as pediatric site lead for a Respiratory Syncytial Virus vaccine trial and a COVID-19 trial in pregnant women.

    In her role as Co-Director of Workforce Development for the Utah Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Dr. Shakib works to advance the careers of undergraduates, medical students, residents, and junior faculty through research education.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Pediatrics -Primary
    Academic Divisions General Pediatrics

    Education history

    Fellowship Primary Care Research - University of Utah Fellow
    Clinical Investigation (Master of Science) - University of Utah M.S.
    Residency Pediatrics - University of New Mexico Resident
    Medicine - Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center D.O.
    Graduate Training University of Utah School of Medicine M.P.H.
    English/Middle East Studies - University of Utah B.A.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Dawood FS, Varner M, Munoz F, Stockwell MS, Suyama J, Li DK, Tita A, Mathias L, Shakib JH, Piedra PA, Gyamfi-Bannerman C, Weissman A, Ferber J, Battarbee AN, Wesley MG, Vorwaller K, Powers E, Gibson M, Bond N, Santarcangelo P, Avadhanula V, Newes-Adeyi G, Hunt DR, Subramaniam A, Sanusi A, Boone A, Ogokeh C, Macio I, Odouli R, Thind P, Vargas CY, Almonte C, Galang RR, Shapiro-Mendoza C, Campbell AP (2021). Respiratory Viral Infections and Infection Prevention Practices Among Women With Acute Respiratory Illness During Delivery Hospitalizations During the 2019-2020 Influenza Season. J Infect Dis, 225(1), 50-54.
    2. Bahr TM, Shakib JH, Stipelman CH, Kawamoto K, Lauer S, Christensen RD (2021). Improvement Initiative: End-Tidal Carbon Monoxide Measurement in Newborns Receiving Phototherapy. J Pediatr, 238, 168-173.e2.
    3. Kawamoto K, Kukhareva PV, Weir C, Flynn MC, Nanjo CJ, Martin DK, Warner PB, Shields DE, Rodriguez-Loya S, Bradshaw RL, Cornia RC, Reese TJ, Kramer HS, Taft T, Curran RL, Morgan KL, Borbolla D, Hightower M, Turnbull WJ, Strong MB, Chapman WW, Gregory T, Stipelman CH, Shakib JH, Hess R, Boltax JP, Habboushe JP, Sakaguchi F, Turner KM, Narus SP, Tarumi S, Takeuchi W, Ban H, Wetter DW, Lam C, Caverly TJ, Fagerlin A, Norlin C, Malone DC, Kaphingst KA, Kohlmann WK, Brooke BS, Del Fiol G (2021). Establishing a multidisciplinary initiative for interoperable electronic health record innovations at an academic medical center. JAMIA Open, 4(3), ooab041.
    4. Morris E, Bardsley T, Schulte K, Seidel J, Shakib JH, Buchi KF, Fung CM (2020). Hospital Outcomes of Infants with Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome at a Tertiary Care Hospital with High Rates of Concurrent Nonopioid (Polysubstance) Exposure. Am J Perinatol, 39, 387-393.
    5. Conradt E, Shakiba N, Ostlund B, Terrell S, Kaliush P, Shakib JH, Crowell SE (2020). Prenatal maternal hair cortisol concentrations are related to maternal prenatal emotion dysregulation but not neurodevelopmental or birth outcomes. Dev Psychobiol, 62(6), 758-767.
    6. Madhi SA, Polack FP, Piedra PA, Munoz FM, Trenholme AA, Simes EAF, Swamy GK, Agrawal S, Ahmed K, August A, Baqui AH, Calvert A, Chen J, Cho I, Cotton MF, Cutland CL, Englund JA, Fix A, Gonik B, Hammitt L, Heath PT, de Jesus JN, Jones CE, Khalil A, Kimberlin DW, Libster R, Llapur CJ, Lucero M, Prez Marc G, Marshall HS, Masenya MS, Martinn-Torres F, Meece JK, Nolan TM, Osman A, Perrett KP, Plested JS, Richmond PC, Snape MD, Shakib JH, Shinde V, Stoney T, Thomas DN, Tita AT, Varner MW, Vatish M, Vrbicky K, Wen J, Zaman K, Zar HJ, Glenn GM, Fries LF, Prepare Study Group (2020). Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccination during Pregnancy and Effects in Infants. N Engl J Med, 383(5), 426-439.
    7. Bahr TM, Shakib JH, Stipelman CH, Kawamoto K, Cail K, Lauer S, Christensen RD (2020). Improving the Bilirubin Management Program in the Newborn Nursery: Background, Aims, and Protocol. Neonatology, 117(3), 358-364.
    8. Kawamoto K, Kukhareva P, Shakib JH, Kramer H, Rodriguez S, Warner PB, Shields D, Weir C, Del Fiol G, Taft T, Stipelman CH (2019). Association of an Electronic Health Record Add-on App for Neonatal Bilirubin Management With Physician Efficiency and Care Quality. JAMA Netw Open, 2(11), e1915343.
    9. Ostlund BD, Vlisides-Henry RD, Crowell SE, Raby KL, Terrell S, Brown MA, Tinajero R, Shakiba N, Monk C, Shakib JH, Buchi KF, Conradt E (2019). Intergenerational transmission of emotion dysregulation: Part II. Developmental origins of newborn neurobehavior. Dev Psychopathol, 31(3), 833-846.
    10. Stipelman CH, Smith ER, Diaz-Ochu M, Spackman J, Stoddard G, Kawamoto K, Shakib JH (2019). Early-Onset Sepsis Risk Calculator Integration Into an Electronic Health Record in the Nursery. Pediatrics, 144(2).
    11. Shakib JH (2018). Newborn Early-Onset Sepsis Guidelines: The Not So Simple Truth. Hosp Pediatr, 8(5), 302-303.
    12. Byington CL, Rothwell E, Matheson T, Childs R, Wachs E, Rocha R, Murtaugh M, Turok D, Letsou A, Shakib J, Hess R, Dere W (2017). Developing sustainable research careers for KL2 scholars: The importance of an inclusive environment and mentorship. J Clin Transl Sci, 1(4), 226-228.
    13. Shakib JH, Korgenski K, Presson AP, Sheng X, Varner MW, Pavia AT, Byington CL (2016). Influenza in Infants Born to Women Vaccinated During Pregnancy. Pediatrics, 137(6).
    14. Shakib J, Buchi K, Smith E, Young PC (2015). Management of newborns born to mothers with chorioamnionitis: is it time for a kinder, gentler approach? Acad Pediatr, 15(3), 340-4.
    15. Shakib J, Buchi K, Smith E, Korgenski K, Young PC (2015). Timing of initial well-child visit and readmissions of newborns. Pediatrics, 135(3), 469-74.
    16. Shakib JH, Korgenski K, Sheng X, Varner MW, Pavia AT, Byington CL (2013). Tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis vaccine during pregnancy: pregnancy and infant health outcomes. J Pediatr, 163(5), 1422-6.e1-4.
    17. Staes CJ, Wuthrich A, Gesteland P, Allison MA, Leecaster M, Shakib JH, Carter ME, Mallin BM, Mottice S, Rolfs R, Pavia AT, Wallace B, Gundlapalli AV, Samore M, Byington CL (2011). Public health communication with frontline clinicians during the first wave of the 2009 influenza pandemic. J Public Health Manag Pract, 17(1), 36-44.
    18. Shakib JH, Ralston S, Raissy HH, Stoddard GJ, Edwards KM, Byington CL (2009). Pertussis antibodies in postpartum women and their newborns. J Perinatol, 30(2), 93-7.
    19. Shakib JH, Wyman L, Gesteland PH, Staes CJ, Bennion DW, Byington CL (2009). Should the pertussis case definition for public health reporting be refined? J Public Health Manag Pract, 15(6), 479-84.
    20. Staes CJ, Gesteland PH, Allison M, Mottice S, Rubin M, Shakib JH, Boulton R, Wuthrich A, Carter ME, Leecaster M, Samore MH, Byington CL (2009). Urgent care providers' knowledge and attitude about public health reporting and pertussis control measures: implications for informatics. J Public Health Manag Pract, 15(6), 471-8.
    21. Bansal A, Hughes DC, Farnham JM, Bagi CM, ONeil G, Rowe K, Shakib JH, Wood GC, Wyckoff JA, Cannon-Albright LA (2000). Impact of correlated factors on bone density in individuals with a family history of osteoporosis. J Clin Densitom, 3(4), 333-8.
    22. Shakib JH, Chan GM (1996). Demographic and social factors determining maternal decision to breast feed. Pediatr Res, 39(4), 112.

    Review

    1. Park Y, Dang EP, Board A, Gilboa SM, Ondersma SJ, Smid MC, Shakib JH, Mitchell KT, England LJ, Broussard CS, Meaney-Delman D, Iskander J, Kim SY (2023). Polysubstance Use in Pregnancy: Surveillance, Interventions, and Next Steps. [Review]. J Womens Health (Larchmt), 32(9), 899-904.
    2. Kukhareva PV, Weir C, Del Fiol G, Aarons GA, Taft TY, Schlechter CR, Reese TJ, Curran RL, Nanjo C, Borbolla D, Staes CJ, Morgan KL, Kramer HS, Stipelman CH, Shakib JH, Flynn MC, Kawamoto K (2022). Evaluation in Life Cycle of Information Technology (ELICIT) framework: Supporting the innovation life cycle from business case assessment to summative evaluation. [Review]. J Biomed Inform, 127, 104014.

    Commentary

    1. Shakib JH (2012). Commentary on ‘antibiotics for whooping cough (pertussis).’. Evid Based Child Health, 7, 957-958.

    Video/Film/CD/Web/Podcast

    1. Shakib, JH (2021). Shakib JH. Contributor. “Vaccine Hesitancy” Virtual Curbside. 2021 July. https://vcurb.com/31-vaccine-hesitancy/ [Podcast].
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