Sherry Crump, M.D., M.P.H., FACPM

Sherry Crump, M.D., M.P.H., FACPM 

Assistant Professor

Community Health & Preventive Medicine

Location: NCPC, Room 324-C
Phone: 404-752-1629


Residency: Public Health and General Preventive Medicine 

University of Virginia
Degree: Doctor of Medicine 

University of Virginia
Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Research Interests

Health Services Research

Clinical Interests

  • Prevention, Treatment, and Reversal of Chronic Disease by means of Evidence-Based Lifestyle Therapeutic Intervention
  • Quality Improvement/Patient Safety


  • Crump SR, Shipp M, Morris S, McCray G, Johnson-Thorne S, Caplan L, Okoli J, Blumenthal D. “Abnormal Mammogram Follow-up: Do Community Lay Health Advocates Make a Difference?” Health Promot Pract. 9:140-148, 2008.
  • Crump SR, Taylor BD, Sung J, Burley L, Sheats J, Murphy FG, Caplan L. “Dietary Intake to Reduce Cancer Risk Among African-American Women in Public Housing: Do Sociodemographic Factors Make a Difference?” Ethn Dis. 16:963-970, 2006.
  • Crump SR, Mayberry RM, Taylor BD, Barefield KP, Thomas PE. “Factors related to non-compliance with screening mammogram appointments among low-income African-American women.” J Natl Med Assoc. 92(5):237-46, 2000.
  • Taylor BD, Murphy FG, Sheats JQ, Densler MW, Crump SR. “Translating breast health: a role for community lay health workers in the 21st Century.” Am J Health Studies. 14:137-142, 1998.
  • Crump SR. “Promotion of healthy eating habits in children” (letter). J Pediatr. 126:850-851, 1995.

Honors and Awards

Morehouse School of Medicine/Clark Atlanta University/Georgia State University Community Health
Course, Faculty of the Year, May 2001