Thank you for being a great person, teacher, and friend. You will be greatly missed.
  • 39 years old
  • Born on August 22, 1971 .
  • Passed away on April 26, 2011 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Julie Baker, MD. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Janine Joseph on November 16, 2018
The 7th annual Dr. Julie Baker Memorial Lecture will be hosted by Dr. Kirsten Moysich on Monday, December 10, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. in the Gaylord/Cary Meeting Room at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. This is a special annual lecture to remember and honor Dr. Julie Baker, an outstanding former student in medicine and epidemiology.
This year, Dr. Cornelia Ulrich, the Director of the Huntsman Cancer Institute, will be presenting Integrative team science on colorectal cancer prognosis: from energy balance to multi-omics. For more information, please contact Janine Joseph (716-845-8937).
Posted by Beth Cronin on April 12, 2018
Dear Aunt Julie,
We miss you so much. We think of you every day and the spring reminds us of you. You were an amazing person and I am so glad you got to meet my girls. We love you so much!
Juliana and Beth
Posted by Janine Joseph on October 24, 2017
The sixth annual Dr. Julie Baker Memorial Lecture at Roswell Park Cancer Institute is planned for Monday, November 20, 2017. Dr. Jo Freudenheim will be presenting "Thoughts on Interactions in Cancer Epidemiology." For more information, please contact
Posted by Janine Joseph on September 30, 2016
The fifth annual Dr. Julie Baker Memorial Lecture at Roswell Park Cancer Institute is planned for Monday, October 17, 2016. World-renowned breast cancer epidemiologist, Dr. Leslie Bernstein, will be presenting "Physical Activity and Breast Cancer: Biology, Epidemiology, Serendipity."
Posted by Janine Joseph on October 21, 2015
The fourth annual Dr. Julie Baker Memorial Lecture at Roswell Park Cancer Institute is planned for Monday, November 16. We are going to try to do a video recording of the lecture and will share it, if possible.
Posted by Beth Cronin on April 4, 2015
Dear Aunt Julie,
We miss you so much. The spring flowers remind us of your sunny smile. :-) We wish we could see you again. Thanks for being such a great aunt. Big hugs and kisses. We will never forget you. Xoxoxoxo
Love, Juliana (Rose) and Mommy Beth
Posted by Dawn Batrouny on May 2, 2013
I had went to school with Julie 1984-1988 Kenmore East HS, I am very sorry to hear of her passing.
God Bless the Baker family.
Posted by Missy Rashid on March 3, 2013
I was thinking about you today, Julie. I regret not knowing you better, but you are missed.
Posted by Linda Baker on May 10, 2012
It has been one year since you died but I miss you like it was yesterday.
You did so much in your short live.
Posted by Bonnie Lau on May 10, 2011
I will never forget all the energy and enthusiasm Dr. Julie Baker could have at 5 o'clock in the morning...what an inspirational teacher and provider. My deepest condolences. Her light will always shine on.
Posted by Carleyna Nunes on May 9, 2011
Julie, Thank you for taking the time and patience to teach me and encourage me while I was in the hospital. You are the type of physician I one day hope to become. Your enthusiasm for your patients and for life was a source of comfort and inspiration
Posted by Khoon Tan on May 7, 2011
Thanks for being so inclusive of us medical students on your team. My obgyn rotation was so much more enjoyable because you were a great team leader, and taught me a lot. Thanks for your patience,and for setting a great example of a compassionate a
Posted by Komal Talati on May 7, 2011
Thank you Julie, for your support and kindness. The medical community lost a beautiful and brilliant physician and mentor. You will always be remembered by the many people whose lives you touched. My prayers go out to Julie's family and friends.
Posted by Zara Mathews on May 6, 2011
Thank you, Julie, for the time you spent with me on a new rotation trying to make me feel comfortable as a med student within a new hospital. Your kindness and helpfulness will not be forgotten.
Posted by Ginger Allister on May 5, 2011
Julie, you have enriched my life in so many wonderful ways. Knowing you has been an absolute privilege. Thank you for brightening my life with your smile over the years; thank you for inspiring me to become a better person. God bless.
Posted by Heidi Wilder on May 5, 2011
As so many have already made clear, Julie was an excellent resident and teacher who will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to have met her. My sincere condolences to her family.
Posted by Erin Kelly on May 5, 2011
She was a resident who touched me. She always cared about her patients and all of those around us. She loved to teach, and I am better for knowing her. My sincere condolences to her family and loved ones.
Posted by Shilpa Gowda on May 5, 2011
Julie was a bright, sensitive, and socially-conscious resident. She was hard-working and a talented medical educator. I extend my condolences to her family and closest friends.
Posted by Rajiv Kumar on May 4, 2011
The medical world, thousands of would-be future patients, and the community at large have suffered a tremendous loss. Let us never forget Dr. Julie Baker.
Posted by Wei Song on May 4, 2011
Thank you, Julie, for your smiles and your instruction, for lighting a way for me on my first clinical rotation, for being a role model and example. You are sorely missed. You have touched many lives.
Posted by Jennifer Kim on May 4, 2011
Julie was a great resident. She took the time to teach and was very patient. She was always enthusiastic and clearly good at being an ob/gyn. She will be missed.
Posted by Atena Asiaii on May 4, 2011
Julie was well-respected for her knowledge, ambition, and kindness. She spent years teaching students and healing patients; her actions will not be forgotten. She was truly one of the smartest residents I had ever met. My prayers are with her family.
Posted by Marla Hansel on May 4, 2011
I was very lucky to have known Julie and was inspired by her passion for ob/gyn and her patients. I send my condolences to her family. She was a very wonderful, devoted clinician/teacher and will be missed.

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