Cheryl Lynch, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Lynch joined the Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics as an Assistant Professor of Medicine on September 1, 2008. She completed a B.S. in Biology at Morris Brown College in Atlanta, GA then attended Boston University to earn her medical degree in 2001. Her graduate medical training was in an Internal/Women's Health residency at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Dr. Lynch also obtained a Masters in Public Health in Health Education at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health. She held an initial appointment as Instructor of Medicine during her fellowship training in clinical research and in aging research at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Lynch has an interest in obesity-related research with interventions that target changing health behaviors. Performing community-based research with African American populations to understand and incorporate individual or cultural perspectives of health using qualitative research methods plays a crucial role in her research plans. Currently, her primary research interests focus on health disparities with particular interest in the African American community. Dr. Lynch's clinical interests remain in women's health, obesity and related conditions, and working with aging population.
Cheryl Lynch's Curriculum Vitae (PDF Format)*
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