Public health physician and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH). Prior to joining Kirby Institute as PhD Student, I led clinical data operations at 54Gene, focusing on molecular genetics research and diagnostics for several disease pathologies. My work was targetted at bridging the disparity gap in genomics data and delivering on the promise of precision medicine for the African population through multi-sectoral collaborations with key stakeholders. My experience was directly applied in the Covid-19 pandemic where I managed one of the largest SARS-Cov-2 clinical and genomics databases in Nigeria; collaborating directly with the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), state governments and the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 on operational, policy and disease control efforts. Currently, my research focuses on justice, health and mortality outcomes in young people involved with the justice system in New South Wales using linked data.