Kenny S (Casey) Crump, Jr., MD, PhD
- PROFESSOR | Family Medicine & Community Health
- PROFESSOR | Population Health Science and Policy
Casey Crump, MD, PhD is the Vice Chair for Research in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, and Professor of Epidemiology in the Department of Population Health Science and Policy at Mount Sinai. He previously served as Director of the Center for Primary Care Research at Stanford University. His research focuses on life course epidemiology through an ongoing partnership with Lund University in Sweden, and health disparities research at the Institute for Family Health in New York. He is currently using Swedish national cohort data to conduct studies in three main areas: (1) early-life physical fitness in relation to long-term health outcomes, (2) adult outcomes of preterm birth, and (3) early-life risk factors for cancers.
MD, Tulane University
MPH Public Health, Tulane University
MS Biostatistics, University of Washington
PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington
Internship, Internal Medicine, Hennepin County Medical Center
Residency, Family Medicine, University of Washington Medical Center
Crump C, Sundquist J, Winkleby MA, Sieh W, Sundquist K. Physical Fitness Among Swedish Military Conscripts and Long-Term Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Cohort Study. Annals of internal medicine 2016 May; 164(9).
Crump C, Sundquist J, Winkleby MA, Sundquist K. Interactive Effects of Physical Fitness and Body Mass Index on the Risk of Hypertension. JAMA internal medicine 2016 Feb; 176(2).
Crump C, Sundquist K, Sundquist J, Winkleby MA. Gestational age at birth and mortality in young adulthood. JAMA 2011 Sep; 306(11).
Crump C, Winkleby M, Sieh J, Winkleby M, Sundquist J. Perinatal and family risk factors for non-Hodgkin lymphoma in early life: a Swedish national cohort study. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 2011 Apr; 127(12).
Crump C, Sundquist K, Winkleby MA. Transnational research partnerships: leveraging big data to enhance US health. Journal of epidemiology and community health 2015 Nov; 69(11).
Crump C. Medical history taking in adults should include questions about preterm birth. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 2014 Aug; 349.
Crump C. Birth history is forever: implications for family medicine. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM; 28(1).
Crump C, Sundquist J, Winkleby MA, Sundquist K. Interactive Effects of Aerobic Fitness, Strength, and Obesity on Mortality in Men. American journal of preventive medicine 2017 Mar; 52(3).
Crump C, Sundquist K, Winkleby MA, Sundquist J. Comorbidities and mortality in bipolar disorder: a Swedish national cohort study. JAMA psychiatry 2013 Sep; 70(9).
Crump C, Winkleby MA, Sundquist K, Sundquist J. Comorbidities and mortality in persons with schizophrenia: a Swedish national cohort study. The American journal of psychiatry 2013 Mar; 170(3).
Crump C, Sundquist K, Winkleby MA, Sundquist J. Mental disorders and vulnerability to homicidal death: Swedish nationwide cohort study. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 2013 Mar; 346.
Crump C, Rivera D, London R, Landau M, Erlendson B, Rodriguez E. Chronic health conditions and school performance among children and youth. Annals of epidemiology 2013 Apr; 23(4).
Crump C, Sundquist K, Winkleby MA, Sundquist J. Early-term birth (37-38 weeks) and mortality in young adulthood. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 2013 Mar; 24(2).
Crump C, Winkleby MA, Sundquist J, Sundquist K. Risk of asthma in young adults who were born preterm: a Swedish national cohort study. Pediatrics 2011 Apr; 127(4).
Crump C, Sundquist K, Sundquist J. Adult outcomes of preterm birth. Preventive medicine 2016 Oct; 91.