Jori A. Berger-Greenstein, PhD

Assistant Professor, Psychiatry

Jori Berger-Greenstein
(617) 414-2330
72 E. Concord St Instructional (L)

Biography

My graduate training included a specialization in Behavioral Medicine, which continues to be my primary area of interest. I have focused my clinical and research work in the area of HIV/AIDS, including primary and secondary prevention efforts, and am a Co-Investigator on a federally-funded NIMH R01 study, investigating the efficacy of an HIV prevention intervention for people with serious and persistent mental illness, in collaboration with Dr. Stephen Brady. I am particularly interested in the effects of trauma and PTSD on women and how these affect risk behaviors. Also of interest is mental health and biomedical ethics. I am active clinically, providing assessment and intervention in the Adult Behavioral Health Clinic at Boston Medical Center. I serve as the Curriculum Chair in the MHCBM Program, advise students, and teach a variety of our courses.

I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Bradley University in Peoria, IL, my master’s, and doctoral degrees from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Other Positions

  • Graduate Faculty (Primary Mentor of Grad Students), Boston University School of Medicine, Division of Graduate Medical Sciences
  • Active Staff Privileges, Psychology, Psychiatry, Boston Medical Center

Education

  • Bowling Green State University, PhD
  • Bowling Green State University, MA
  • Bradley University, BS

Publications

  • Published on 12/1/2007

    Berger-Greenstein JA, Cuevas CA, Brady SM, Trezza G, Richardson MA, Keane TM. Major depression in patients with HIV/AIDS and substance abuse. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 2007 Dec; 21(12):942-55. PMID: 18154491.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 1/1/2004

    Brief DJ, Bollinger AR, Vielhauer MJ, Berger-Greenstein JA, Morgan EE, Brady SM, Buondonno LM, Keane TM. Understanding the interface of HIV, trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance use and its implications for health outcomes. AIDS Care. 2004; 16 Suppl 1:S97-120. PMID: 15736824.

    Read at: PubMed

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