Ms. Oyedele joined the Office of Disease Prevention (ODP) as a Health Science Policy Analyst in September 2018. In this role, she supports the systematic monitoring of NIH investments in prevention research and promotes the use of the best available methods in prevention research.
Prior to joining the ODP, Ms. Oyedele was an Epidemiologist and the Director of Surveillance Reporting Services at Inflexxion, Inc. where she worked with the National Addictions Vigilance Intervention and Prevention Program (NAVIPPRO®), a nationally-based public health surveillance system for monitoring prescription drug abuse. Her responsibilities included quantitative analysis of prescription opioid and stimulant nonmedical use data and qualitative analysis of drug discussion content harvested from Internet discussion forums. Ms. Oyedele also has several years of experience as a clinical researcher where she managed all phases of multi-center clinical trials, epidemiological studies, and led cross-functional study teams.
Ms. Oyedele earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration in epidemiology and a Master in Medical Sciences from Boston University. She is also a graduate of Wellesley College.