Oni J. Blackstock, M.D.
Oni Blackstock, MD, MHS, is a primary care physician and researcher.
Dr. Blackstock's clinical activities are focused on providing general and HIV primary care at one of Montefiore's federally qualified health centers. Related to her clinical work, Dr. Blackstock's research interests lie in improving engagement in care and health outcomes for persons, particularly, women, with or at risk for HIV. She is currently funded by a K23 Mentored Research Career Development Award from NIMH to develop and test a group-based antiretroviral adherence intervention for HIV-positive women. She also has an interest in community-based participatory research and advocacy.
Prior to joining the DGIM, Dr. Blackstock received a Masters of Health Sciences Research from Yale Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program. While at Yale, she worked at the West Haven campus of the VA Connecticut Healthcare System, caring for patients in the Women's Health Clinic and conducting research focused on at-risk female veterans. She received her undergraduate and her medical degrees from Harvard. She completed her primary care Internal Medicine residency and ambulatory chief residency here at Montefiore/Einstein, as well as an HIV clinical fellowship at Harlem Hospital prior to her work at Yale.
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