Dr Cromer graduated from Baylor College of Medicine and completed residency in Internal Medicine at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University Medical Center. She is currently pursuing sub-specialization through a fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Her research interests include diabetes physiology, disparities in healthcare delivery, medical education, and resident/trainee wellness.
Education & Training
Baylor College of Medicine
Class of 2015, MD, with Honors; Care of the Underserved Track; Outstanding Senior in Internal Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
New York, NY
Joseph N. Muschel Award in recognition for “kindness, empathy, and integrity"
Columbia Internal Medicine Residency, 2018
Junior Resident Award for Excellence in Clinical Education
Columbia Internal Medicine Residency, 2017
ACP National Abstract Competition "Young Achiever" Poster Finalist
American College of Physicians, 2015
Harry & Rose Caplovitz Award for Outstanding Senior Student in Internal Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine, 2011
Oxytocin and postpartum depression: delivering on what's known and what's not.
Kim S, Soeken TA, Cromer SJ, Martinez SR, Hardy LR, Strathearn L
Uterine gland formation in mice is a continuous process, requiring the ovary after puberty, but not after parturition.
Stewart CA, Fisher SJ, Wang Y, Stewart MD, Hewitt SC, Rodriguez KF, Korach KS, Behringer RR
Global Atlas of Cardiovascular Disease 2000-2016: The Path to Prevention and Control.
Thomas H, Diamond J, Vieco A, Chaudhuri S, Shinnar E, Cromer S, Perel P, Mensah GA, Narula J, Johnson CO, Roth GA, Moran AE
Untreated Renal Failure and Metabolic Acidosis During Pregnancy: A Unique Insight Into Natural History of the Disease: A Case Report
J Repro Med
Cromer SJ, Sargent KS, Clark S, Eppes CS