Carl V. Crawford, M.D.
Provider of world-class care at NewYork-Presbyterian
Locations and Appointments
Please contact the doctor's office to verify that your insurance is accepted.
- Blue Access
- Mediblue (Senior)
- Medicare Advantage
- Community Plan
About Carl V. Crawford, M.D.
Dr. Crawford received his undergraduate degree in 1996 from Georgetown University. He received his MD in 2001 from Yale University School of Medicine and completed a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellowship in Genetics and Molecular Biology in 1999. He subsequently completed internship and residency training in Internal Medicine in 2004 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Â Weill Cornell Campus. He spent the following year studying the effects of dietary components in cancer prevention under support from the NIH. He has completed his fellowship in GI in 2008 at Weill Cornell Campus.
Dr. Carl V. Crawford is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Attending Physician at the New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center in Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
Dr. Crawford completed his undergraduate studies in 1996 at Georgetown University with a degree in Biology. He received his medical degree in 2001 from the Yale University School of Medicine after completing a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellowship in 1998 there as well. He subsequently completed his internship and residency training in Internal Medicine in 2004 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell Campus. He spent the following year studying the mechanisms by which dietary components prevent solid tumors under a National Institutes of Health Research Training Grant. He then completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology and Hepatology in 2008 at the Weill Cornell Campus. He is also the recipient of the Louis and Rudin Foundation Grant for the Study of Enteric Pathogens, Dr. Crawford has a wide variety of interests including gastrointestinal tumors, bleeding and infections. One of his academic interests is the evaluation and management of enteric infections including Clostridium difficile. He is currently involved in fecal microbiota transfers (FMT) or fecal transplant for refractory cases of CDI. In addition, he is involved in the evaluation and treatment of small bowel diseases using Single Balloon Enteroscopy. He is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, the American and New York Societies of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and the American Gastroenterological Association.
- Fellowship 2 Leadership Grant, Salix Award, 2007
- National Institutes of Health - National Research Training Grant (T-32), Weill Cornell Medical College, 2004-2005
- Merck Book Award, Yale University School of Medicine, 2001
- Peter A. T. Grannum Award, Yale University School of Medicine, 2001
- Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Training Fellowship, Yale University School of Medicine, 1998-1999
- National Institutes of Health Short -Term Research Training Grants, Yale University School of Medicine, 1997, 1998
- Cum Laude, Georgetown University, 1996
- Theta Alpha Kappa.,Theology Honor Society, Georgetown University, 1996
M.D.Yale University School of Medicine2001
Assistant Attending PhysicianNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of Clinical MedicineWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
News & Media
Relationships and collaborations with for-profit and not-for profit organizations are of vital importance to our faculty because these exchanges of scientific information foster innovation. As experts in their fields, WCM physicians and scientists are sought after by many organizations to consult and educate. WCM and its faculty make this information available to the public, thus creating a transparent environment.