Onesky Aupont (He/him/his) is a physician researcher with a long history of involvement in the development of infrastructure for clinical research, and the implementation of system interventions, quality improvement programs, community-based initiatives, and policies to facilitate the integration of innovations into medical management and population health.
In the past, Dr Aupont held faculty appointments at Boston University and Harvard Medical School. Prior to coming to ICH, he was with University of Massachusetts Medical School where he served as the Study Director of the National Children Study Center and led research in pediatrics and behavioral health.
At ICH, he is involved in the testing and development of analytical models, evaluations of practices and translational research for improving equity and community health. Dr Aupont is also supporting the Academic Council with the teaching mission of CHA.
He is a Fulbright Scholar who received his MD from the State University of Haiti and completed advanced training in public health, social policy, and health services research policy at Boston University and Brandeis University. Dr Aupont is fluent in French, Haitian Kreyol, and conversant in Spanish. Dr Aupont lives in MetroWest MA.