Julie M. Chatigny, D.P.M, AACFAS, is a medical professional with over a decade of experience across multiple fields, including molecular and cellular biology as well as genomics and genetics. Throughout the course of her career, she has conducted extensive research in both Utah and Arizona on brain, breast and ovarian cancer, valley fever, and tuberculosis.
In addition to her B.S. in Biological Sciences from CSU, Sacramento, she is Board Certified in Podiatric Medicine. For her residency training, she ventured out to Vietnam with Kaiser Permanente’s Global Health Program, where she performed all aspects of forefoot, rear foot, and ankle surgery.
During her free time, Dr. Chatigny loves spending quality time with her family, including her husband, four children, and two precious grandkids. She also enjoys kayaking and hiking. Above all, she strives to continue serving as a medical and surgical volunteer at both a national and international level.