Toyin O. Akomolafe designs, conducts, manages data for, analyzes, reports, and disseminates multi-site/country research studies across all IntegratE project divisions. She identifies research questions and carries out studies to inform program implementation; contributes to study protocol development and ensures compliance; and oversees study implementation, recruitment, and training of field research assistants. Akomolafe ensures the smooth running of research studies and fieldwork by developing systems to track studies, investigators, and ethical review boards. She analyzes data and produces reports of preliminary findings, and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications. She also develops learning briefs and disseminates results at periodic learning review meetings, workshops, and multi-stakeholders’ meetings.
Akomolafe’s expertise is in maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) (routine immunization and nutrition); reproductive health and family planning; malaria; gender equality; disease surveillance; health-system strengthening; and primary health care (PHC).
Akomolafe holds a doctorate of public health with emphasis in community health behavior and education from Georgia Southern University.