Research & Publications
Dr. Oladele is Assistant Professor in the Section of General Internal Medicine, core faculty at the Equity Research and Innovation Center, and Center for Neuroepidemiology and Clinical Neurological Research at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Oladele's research focuses on social determinants of cardiovascular health disparities, with specific focus on the role of nutrition, healthcare quality, food, and built environments. She has expertise in the development of dietary assessment methodologies for African descent populations. Her research aims to generate evidence to support health policies and interventions to improve cardiovascular outcomes among racial/ethnic and immigrant populations domestically and globally. Dr. Oladele’s current work examines the role of food insecurity and ultra-processed food on disparities in hypertension incidence and control.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of South Florida, Epidemiology (2011)
- MPHUniversity of South Florida, Health Education (2001)
- BSFlorida State University, Health Education (1998)
Honors & Recognition
|Extramural Loan Repayment Program for Health Disparities Research||National Institutes of Health||2021|