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Eniola Olatunji

Eniola Olatunji is currently a 3rd year PhD candidate at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management. He has research experience in applied and spatial econometrics, data management, health policy analysis, pharmacoeconomics, secondary data analysis, survey design and systematic reviews. His dissertation is focused on pharmacy access and its impact on patients health outcomes.

Eniola currently serves as an Instructor of undergraduate research and as a Teaching Assistant in the Bachelor of Science in Public Health program. He is leader/mentor for the Aggie Research Mentoring program and the Debakey Executive Research Leadership program, where he leads and facilitates research for undergraduates in the number one undergraduate research program in the US. Post graduation, Eniola will continue to seek opportunities to advance population health through research and teaching.