Faculty

Julia Dilley

Affiliate Instructor, Epidemiology
Affiliate Instructor, Health Systems and Population Health

360-402-7877
julia.dilley@multco.us

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2008
MES Public Health, Evergreen State College, 1996

Contact

360-402-7877
julia.dilley@multco.us

Washington State Department of Health
Multnomah County & Oregon Dept of Human Services
800 NE Oregon Street
Suite 260
Portland, OR 97232

Bio

Julia Dilley is an epidemiologist with Program Design and Evaluation Services, a joint office of the Multnomah County Health Department and Oregon Department of Human Services Division of Public Health. She designed the original evaluation for Washington State's comprehensive tobacco control program and managed the evaluation component of the program for five years. Julia's work currently focuses on public health law research to evaluate the impact of changes in law around alcohol and marijuana use in Washington State. She also works to support chronic disease prevention programs and health disparities research for state health programs in Washington, Alaska and New Mexico. Additionally, she provides direct support for chronic disease prevention and substance abuse prevention programs in Tribes and Tribal organizations.

Julia Dilley is an epidemiologist with Program Design and Evaluation Services, a joint office of the Multnomah County Health Department and Oregon Department of Human Services Division of Public Health. She designed the original evaluation for Washington State's comprehensive tobacco control program and managed the evaluation component of the program for five years. Julia's work currently focuses on public health law research to evaluate the impact of changes in law around alcohol and marijuana use in Washington State. She also works to support chronic disease prevention programs and health disparities research for state health programs in Washington, Alaska and New Mexico. Additionally, she provides direct support for chronic disease prevention and substance abuse prevention programs in Tribes and Tribal organizations.

Research Areas

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Trends in Alcohol, Cigarette, E-Cigarette, and Nonprescribed Pain Reliever Use Among Young Adults in Washington State After Legalization of Nonmedical Cannabis.
(2022 May 9)
J Adolesc Health
Fleming CB, Ramirez JJ, Rhew IC, Hultgren BA, Hanson KG, Larimer ME, Dilley JA, Kilmer JR, Guttmannova K

Retail cannabis environment and adolescent use: The role of advertising and retailers near home and school.
(2022 Mar 25)
Health Place 75(): 102795
Firth CL, Carlini B, Dilley J, Guttmannova K, Hajat A

Cannabis Use Among Young Adults in Washington State After Legalization of Nonmedical Cannabis.
(2022 Apr)
Am J Public Health 112(4): 638-645
Kilmer JR, Rhew IC, Guttmannova K, Fleming CB, Hultgren BA, Gilson MS, Cooper RL, Dilley J, Larimer ME

Associations of cannabis retail outlet availability and neighborhood disadvantage with cannabis use and related risk factors among young adults in Washington State.
(2022 Mar 1)
Drug Alcohol Depend 232(): 109332
Rhew IC, Guttmannova K, Kilmer JR, Fleming CB, Hultgren BA, Hurvitz PM, Dilley JA, Larimer ME

Cannabis sales increases during COVID-19: Findings from Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington.
(2021 Dec)
Int J Drug Policy 98(): 103384
Schauer GL, Dilley JA, Roehler DR, Sheehy TJ, Filley JR, Broschart SC, Holland KM, Baldwin GT, Holmes-Chavez AK, Hoots BE

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