Dr. Greenup is an Associate Professor of Surgery and Population Health Sciences at the Duke School of Medicine and Duke Cancer Institute. She is the founder and co-director of the Duke Breast Cancer Outcomes Research Group, and Core Faculty for the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy.
She earned her undergraduate degrees in Zoology and Psychology at the University of Wisconsin, where she later completed a Masters in Public Health. She attended the Medical College of Wisconsin for Medical School and General Surgery Residency, and went on to complete a Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In 2016, she received the National Institutes of Health Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) Award to evaluate how financial costs and burden relate to preference-sensitive decisions for breast cancer surgery. In 2017, she was named the American College of Surgeons & American Society of Breast Surgeons Health Policy Scholar. More broadly, her research focuses on aligning patient-centered care with high quality, lower cost treatment.
Dr. Greenup serves on several national committees, including the Alliance in Clinical Oncology Ethics and Value Committees, the American College of Surgeons Cancer Care Delivery Task Force, the American Society of Breast Surgeons Legislative Committee, and the Editorial Board for the Annals of Surgical Oncology.
Education and Training
- Breast Surgical Oncology Fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital, 2011 - 2012
- Internship/General Surgery Residency, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2004 - 2011
- M.P.H., University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2009
- M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, 2004
In the News
- For Some Women With Breast Cancer, Cost Influences Decisions About SurgerySeptember 6, 2019
- How Treatment Costs Affect Decisions for Breast Cancer SurgeryAugust 6, 2019
- Breast Cancer Patients Prefer Knowing Costs Prior to Starting TreatmentSeptember 24, 2018
- Risk-Reducing Mastectomy Questioned for BRCA Mutation Carriers with Prior Ovarian CancerJuly 11, 2017
- Researchers Find Evidence-Based Radiation Treatment After Lumpectomy, Leads to High-Quality, High-Value CareMarch 15, 2017
- Comparison of Operative to Medical Endocrine Therapy (COMET) for Low Risk DCIS
- Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health
- Comparing the Effectiveness of Guideline-concordant Care to Active Surveillance for DCIS: an Observational Study
- A Shared-Decision Tool to Improve Communication About Breast Reconstruction
- TBCRC 029: Male Breast Cancer
- A Novel Optical Spectral Imaging System for Rapid Imaging of Breast Tumor Margins