Carol Oladele, PhD, MPH

Instructor; Director, Patient-Reported Experiences of Discrimination in Care Tool Project

Departments & Organizations

Internal Medicine: General Internal Medicine

Center for Neuroepidemiology and Clinical Neurological Research


Dr. Oladele is Instructor 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. Her background is in health education and epidemiology.  Dr. Oladele research focuses on social determinants of cardiovascular disease and health disparities, with special emphasis on the role of nutrition and the food environment. She has expertise in the development of dietary assessment methodologies for African diaspora populations. Her research aims to improve health outcomes among vulnerable and immigrant populations through quality measurement and conducting observational studies. Dr. Oladele’s current work examines the role of food insecurity and food environment characteristics on racial disparities in hypertension incidence and control.

Education & Training

PhD University of South Florida, Epidemiology (2011)
MPH University of South Florida, Health Education (2001)

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Carol Oladele, PhD, MPH