Michelle Collins-Ogle, MD, FAAP, is Attending Pediatrician, Infectious Diseases and Adolescent Medicine at Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. She is also an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at our Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her clinical focus is on the implementation of strategies to promote care for infants, children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS. She also has a special interest in models focused on treatment of HIV and other co-infections in young LGBTQ+ adolescents and transgender youth of color.
In 1982, Dr. Collins-Ogle received her Bachelor of Science in biology at the University of Michigan. She then attended Wayne State University School of Medicine, where she received her Doctor of Medicine in 1986. She began her postgraduate training in 1986 and spent the following five years at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan completing an internship, residency and fellowship.
Dr. Collins-Ogle’s research focuses on different modes of delivery of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis in adolescents and youth. She also works with the pediatric and adult infectious disease teams at Montefiore to better understand sexually transmitted infections’ impact in adolescents and susceptibility to HIV acquisition. Her work has been published in many peer-reviewed journals and books and has been presented nationally.
In 2015, she received the Linda Bell Award for Advocacy in HIV/AIDS presented by the North Carolina Community AIDS Fund. The following year, she received the Emerald Award for Contributions in Health and Human Services from LINKS, Inc. Dr. Collins-Ogle was selected to serve on the President's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS for the Obama administration 2014-2016.
Dr. Collins-Ogle is a member of a number of professional societies, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of HIV Medicine and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.