Faculty Profile

Julie Oyler
Section of General Internal Medicine
Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
Chair, Women's Committee; Associate Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program

Academic Interests

Dr. Oyler focuses on medical education research in a variety of areas. She has published work on a longitudinal quality improvement and patient safety curriculum for internal medicine residents during their ambulatory rotation and a novel 4+2 resident curriculum. She is the Quality and Safety Track Leader for the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine students whose scholarly concentration focuses on quality improvement work and she teaches an elective to first year medical students on this topic. Dr. Oyler has developed a graduate medical education curriculum for first year resident across all specialties to introduce concepts of CLER, patient safety, quality assessment and improvement, and introduce hospital leaders. Dr. Oyler was appointed as a Fellow of the Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators and elected President of the Midwest Society of General Internal Medicine. She is also faculty for the Association of American Medical Colleges “Teach for Quality (T4Q) and the Quality and Safety Educator Academy ( QSEA) http://shmqsea.org/faculty/ .

Clinical Interests

Musculoskeletal medicine, women's health, osteoporosis and preventative medicine


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  • BS, 1996, Stanford University, Biology
  • MD, 2001, The University of Chicago, Medicine
  • Residency, 2004, The University of Chicago, Internal Medicine