Julia Campbell

Doctoral Student
Department of Health Behavior


Julia's research focuses on public health approaches to gender-based violence, including intimate partner violence, sexual violence and firearm violence. Her work includes intervention development and evaluation, community engagement and policy analysis. She is currently working on a study to evaluate electronic filing for domestic violence protective orders in North Carolina, and a study to develop and evaluate a trauma-informed intervention program for domestic violence offenders. She is particularly interested in firearm-related intimate partner violence and the overlap between gender-based violence, public health and the criminal legal system.

Research Activities

 - Gender-based violence
 - Intimate partner violence
 - Sexual violence
 - Firearm violence
 - Criminal justice


  • PhD, Health Behavior, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2026
  • MPH, Public Health, Boston University School of Public Health, 2019
  • BS, Psychology, University of Vermont, 2013