Current Scholar

Adedotun Ogunbajo

PhD Student, Behavioral & Social Sciences
Adedotun Ogunbajo
Academic Institution: Brown University Location: Providence, Rhode Island Cohort Start Year: 2016
Research Topics: Addiction and Substance Use, Behavioral and Mental Health
Populations Served: African-American/Black, Immigrants and Refugees

FOCUS
Adedotun’s research interests are on issues related to health disparities and inequity, specifically HIV prevention and treatment, mental health, and substance use in racial and sexual minority communities both in the United States and across the African continent. He is also interested in the determinants of health outcomes among African immigrant communities in the United States. Upon completion of the doctoral program, Adedotun plans on pursuing a post-doctoral fellowship and subsequently starting a career as an academic researcher.

MORE ABOUT ADEDOTUN
Adedotun Ogunbajo is a first-year doctoral student at Brown University who holds a BS and MHS from Johns Hopkins University and a MPH in Social & Behavioral Science from Yale University. Adedotun was born in Lagos, Nigeria and lived there until 2004, when he moved to the United States with his parents and two brothers.

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