MaryBeth Culp, MPH

Senior Associate Scientist, Surveillance Research

MaryBeth Culp, MPH, joined the Surveillance and Health Services Research Program at the American Cancer Society in 2018 as a Senior Associate Scientist. Her main responsibilities include data analysis and manuscript writing using cancer surveillance data.

Culp’s research focuses on global patterns in breast and prostate cancers as well as changes in prostate cancer incidence and mortality within the United States.

Previously, Culp worked as an ORISE Fellow in the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention where she focused on data quality analyses as well as skin cancer research.

Prior to working in cancer research, Culp participated in the 2014 CDC Ebola response as a contractor helping to coordinate training for healthcare professionals prior to their deployment to Ebola Treatment Units in Africa.


  • MPH in Epidemiology, University of Georgia, 2014
  • BS in Biology, Colorado State University, 2009

See MaryBeth Culp's complete list of publications on PubMed