Julie Lamb, MD, FACOG

Dr. Julie Lamb is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist practicing at Pacific Northwest Fertility in Seattle and Bellevue and serves as clinical faculty at the University of Washington.
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Originally from Bellevue, WA, Dr. Lamb joined Pacific NW Fertility after serving as faculty in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at UCSF in San Francisco, where she also completed her fellowship training. As a former Fulbright scholar, she spent time in Harare, Zimbabwe studying women’s reproductive health. She recently authored her first book, The Fertility Experts’ Guide to Egg Freezing: Everything you Need to Know About Putting Your Fertility on Ice, and she heads PNWF’s Center for Fertility Preservation.

Dr. Lamb has published over 50 peer-reviewed research articles, and given numerous scientific talks and presentations, both nationally and internationally. She recently served as President of Seattle Gynecologic Society, and is currently serving on the boards of Creating a Family, Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, Modern Fertility, and ASRM’s Patient Education Committee.

Dr. Lamb is committed to combining state of the art technology and exceptional patient care to help patients meet their family building goals. And she is proud to have helped thousands of patients build their families.

Dr Lamb, along with her husband and kids enjoys hiking, wake surfing, cycling, skiing, and backpacking.

“I am dedicated to changing the conversation surrounding fertility care and I strive to empower women to learn about their fertility and their family building options.”
2021 Aneden Gives Grant Cycle with PNWFApply Now for This Years Grant!

Aneden Gives is a non profit foundation that provides grants to patients for fertility care. We believe fertility care should be accessible to all.

Each grant cycle Aneden Gives offers two $7,500 grants and three $5,000 grants to be used for fertility treatment. Funds can be used to cover anything related to fertility care. 

Apply between August 1st - August 31st to be eligible for this grant cycle.