Julia Morley


I am currently a medical student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. My primary interest is in emergency medicine, specifically prehospital care, and my academic research focuses on the interactions of emergency responders with their professional environment. I am lucky enough to have been a part of the Emergency Responder Human Performance Lab at the University of Pittsburgh for four years now. You can read more about the lab at firefighterresearch.org.

I also work part time at Pittsburgh’s favorite amusement park, Kennywood, providing first aid to guests and employees of the park. In the less recent past I have also worked as an EMT for an ambulance service in rural New Hampshire, a pharmacy technician for a small family-owned community pharmacy, and a health care provider for an overnight girl scout camp.

I take pride in my creative pursuits, dabble in
photography, mixed media art, and a variety
of other projects.

Some of the most enjoyable projects I’ve
been a part of have been collaborative, both
in the field of medicine and in art.
The best change I ever made in my life was
from being a solitary artist to one who now
seeks to find ways to feature the community
in my work.

Life should be interesting.

I believe that I can make a difference.
I think it’s possible that I already have.
But, I would like to do it again.



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