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Olubukunola Oyedele

Director of Systems, Epidemiology, and Education

Olubukunola Oyedele, PhD is a public health researcher with over 10 years of experience in

Epidemiology, Public Health Education, Project Management and Mental Health research.

She is currently the Director of Systems, Epidemiology, and Education at 54gene where she

oversees a team responsible for the collection, analysis, visualization, management and sharing

of phenotypic and clinical data. Dr. Oyedele has also worked with public agencies including The

Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey and the Houston, New York City and New

Jersey Department of Health.

She is a proud graduate of UMICH-Dearborn where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree. She

obtained her MPH from the University of Toledo and PhD in Public Health from Rutgers

University. In her spare time, Dr. Oyedele is a youth mentor and soon to be podcast host of The

World Without People.


Olubukunola Spoke on DEI In Public Health: Strategizing toward balanced mental health

Olubukunola Oyedele
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