Dr Adeniyi is a Medical Statistician, Health Data Scientist, Monitoring and Evaluation Expert and Public Health Scientist. He is experienced in practical research and teaching experience spanning Medical Statistics, Biostatistics, Behavioural Sciences, Survival Analysis, Categorical data analysis, Experimental Design, Probability and Applied Probability, Time Series, Epidemiology, Demography, Health Inequalities and Statistical Modelling and Inferences. He has applied these statistical concepts to a different area of health sciences through research into clinical and public health.
He holds a PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Ibadan Nigeria. Before that, he obtained a First-Class Honours degree in Statistics from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria and Master of Science in Medical Statistics from Lancaster University, United Kingdom, Master in Project Development and Implementation from the University of Ibadan and Masters of Arts in Monitoring and Evaluation, African Nazarene University, Kenya. He is a graduate fellow of the Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA) and an Affiliate of the African Academy Of Sciences. I have over 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals in the last five years and currently hold some research grants. I have attended several trainings in data science.
His research focus is in the application of Statistical, Epidemiology and Demographic techniques with a critical interest in disease modelling and survival analysis to improve human health and the world we live in. His research interest spanned the connection between human behavior and health outcomes. He has applied Bayesian modelling with a special interest in MCMC to diverse areas of clinical and public health research. He has taught and mentored several Undergraduate and Postgraduate students and also conducted research and surveys which centred on disease modelling and applications of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, project development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, curriculum development as well as data analysis, interpretation and reporting. He has participated in numerous National and International health programs including cross countries analysis of DHS dataset in sub-Sahara Africa and several peer-reviewed publications. He has also attended many local and international conferences in the last five years. He has collaborated with other scientists in clinical, public health, environmental health, population, demography and pure statistical research and scientific research through which he offered advises on methodologies and provided statistical consultancy for different organizations. His long-term research goal is to be a formidable Medical Statistician and Health data Scientist within a formidable health research team.
He is the Public Health Director, Sickle Cell Hope Alive Foundation.