Tolulope Oyetunde, MPH, MS
Research Program Manager, Center for Global and Population Health Research Penn Medicine, Department of Radiology
PUBH 5060 Methods for Public Health Practice, PUBH 5190 Foundations of Global Health, & the "Penn, Social Systems, & The Community" Asynchronous Fieldwork Course
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I am the Research Program Manager for the Center for Global and Population Health Research at Penn Medicine’s Department of Radiology. My work addresses global health disparities in oncology research. Working alongside an exceptional team based at Penn and Lagos, I manage the operations of the Radio genomic Breast Cancer Research study. Additionally, I am organizing a symposium to bring attention to the underrepresentation of African populations in cancer genomics research. Parallelly, I wear the hat of an Adjunct Faculty in the MPH program. I enjoy shaping the next wave of public health professionals through teaching and mentorship. You’d likely find me immersed in traveling, cooking, and grooving to Afrobeats in my leisure time.