John Stull, MD, MPH




1974 – BS, University of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana, IL)
1978 – MD, Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis, MO)
1978-1981 – Categorical Pediatrics Residency, Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati, OH)
1981-1982 – Chief Resident Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati, OH)
1982-1983 – Ambulatory Pediatrics Fellowship, University Hospital (Seattle, WA)
1997 – MPH, Harvard School of Public Health (Boston, MA)
1997-1998 – Preventive Medicine Residency, Oregon Health & Science University (Portland, OR)

Teaching Activities

  • MD/MPH Seminar (Fall quarter), 2000 – Present
  • Maternal and Child Health Survey (Fall quarter), 2005 – Present
  • Instructor, Introductory Epidemiology. MD/MPH Program Intensive summer course, 2001 - Present
  • Instructor, Introductory Epidemiology. MPH Program Fall quarters, 2001 – Present
  • Co-Instructor, Epidemiology III (Causal Inference) Spring quarters, 2006 – Present
  • Instructor, Current Issues in Public Health. Winter quarters, 2002 – Present
  • Co-Instructor, Ethics in Epidemiology. Winter quarters, 2003 – Present


Experience and Interests

Maternal and Child Health, Medical Education, Education in Public Health and Epidemiology

Membership in Professional Societies

  • Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics (1984 – present)
  • Member, North Pacific Pediatric Society (1992 – present)
  • Member, American Public Health Association (1997 – present)
  • Member, American College of Preventive Medicine (2008 – present)


  • The Relationship between Maternal Smoking and Utilization of Medical Services in Infants during the First Year of Life. Stull JD, Valanis B, Brody K, Steele P.  Poster: AHRQ/NRSA Trainee Research Conference, June 2003.
  • McPhillips HA, Stilles CJ, Smith D, Hecht J, Pearson J, Stull J, et al. Potential medication dosing errors in outpatient pediatrics. JPeds. 2005; 147(6):761-7
  • McPhillips HA, Stilles C, Smith D, Pearson J, Stull J, et al. Methodological Challenges in Describing Medication Dosing Errors in Children. Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. (AHRQ: April 2005)
  • Rosenberg K, Stull JD, Adler M, Kasehagen, LJ, Crivelli-Kovach A. Impact of Hospital Policies on Breastfeeding Outcomes. Breastfeeding Medicine, 2008. 3(2):110-6.