Ameeta Kalokhe, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Emory University School of Medicine

Assistant Professor of Public Health

Department of Global Health


  • BS, University of Michigan, 2001
  • MD, Wayne State University School of Medicine, 2005
  • Residency, Emory University School of Medicine, 2008
  • Fellowship, Emory University School of Medicine, 2012


Dr. Kalokhe received her MD degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2005 and completed her residency in internal medicine (2008) and fellowship in infectious diseases (2013) at the Emory University School of Medicine. She also recently completed a Masters in Clinical Research, a Vaccinology T32 fellowship, and Fogarty Global Health Fellowship.

Dr. Kalokhe’s primary research interests include the assessment and prevention of gender-based violence and the evaluation of its health effects (i.e. HIV/STI risk). Her prior research measured the prevalence and effect of intimate partner violence on HIV care and safe-sex practices among HIV-infected crack cocaine users. Currently, she is working in collaboration with the National AIDS Research Institute in Pune, India to develop a culturally-tailored scale to measure domestic violence among married women in India.

Dr. Kalokhe is an attending physician at Grady Memorial Hospital. She teaches ‘GH 563 AIDS: Public Health Implications’ in the Rollins School of Public Health and helps coordinate didactic lectures for the infectious diseases fellows.


Emory Resident Award of Distinction for Volunteerism, Community Service, and Health Advocacy 2008

Emory Fellowship Award of Distinction for Teaching 2009

NIH Loan Repayment Award 2009-2011

NIH/Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute Postdoctoral Research Training Award 2009-2011

AIDS Vaccine Conference Scholarship 2010

CFAR Symposium on HIV Research in Women Junior Scholar Award 2010

SAFMR/SSCI Trainee Research Award 2011


Society of Hospital Medicine: member 2007 - 2008

Infectious Disease Society of America: member 2008 – present

American Federation for Medical Research: member 2009 – present

Society of Behavioral Medicine: member 2011 – present