Julianne Stout, MD
Dr. Stout brings experience from self-employed private medical practice, the VA Health System, and university student health services to a faculty position with the Indiana University School of Medicine-West Lafayette, on the campus of Purdue University. As a course director for second year medical students, Dr. Stout’s responsibilities include lecturing on clinical medicine topics and teaching clinical skills, as well as recruiting community physicians to teach students.
Dr. Stout obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University and a medical doctorate from the Indiana University School of Medicine. Following a residency in combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, TN she has maintained board certification in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. She began providing comprehensive primary care and medical hormone management services to transgender patients in 2011 in response to community needs, and has had the opportunity to add topics in gender and sexuality to the medical curriculum on her campus. She has presented on transgender health care on campus and advocated for transgender care in the community as well as providing direct medical services.