Ronica Mukerjee

Pronouns: they/she

Headshot of Ronica Mukerjee wearing earrings and a nose piercing.

Ronica Mukerjee DNP, MsA, AAHIVS is a family and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and acupuncturist with an HIV specialization. Dr. Mukerjee is currently an assistant professor at Columbia University and provides both hormonal care and psychiatric care primarily for queer and trans/gender expansive patients. Dr Mukerjee is passionate about border-police-prison abolition as well as racial, economic and health care justice in LGBTQIA+, refugees and migrant communities, for people with substance use disorders, and for people living with HIV. She is the creator of the Gender and Sexuality Health Justice concentration at Yale School of Nursing where she taught for four years. Dr. Mukerjee is senior editor of the textbook: Clinicians Guide to LGBTQIA+ Care: Cultural Safety and Social Justice in Primary, Sexual, and Reproductive Healthcare, published in February 2021 and co-editor of her upcoming book, All of this Safety is Killing Us: Health Justice through Prison, Police, and Border Abolition (North Atlantic Press, 2025), and has co-authored several articles as well as offered expert speaking on various topics.