Current Position and Professional Functions
PhD Student in Health Services Research (HTA emphasis), Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto
Dr. Beate Sander
Education and Training
Adeteju received her Bachelor of Pharmacy (Distinction) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and MSc in Clinical Pharmacy from University of Lagos, Nigeria. Her research training is in health technology assessment, economic evaluation methods, clinical epidemiology and healthcare research, resource allocation ethics, decision modelling, clinical decision making and cost-effectiveness analysis.
Research Interests and Expertise
Adeteju is a foreign-trained pharmacist, an educator, and researcher. In her MSc research, she applied a focus-group interview approach to investigate stakeholders’ views on why child obesity is on the rise in an urban region of her country. Her primary research interest is in generating reliable scientific evidence on how the high rate of child mortality caused by vaccine-preventable diseases, can be reduced in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). She will use HTA to assess intervention strategies in order to generate evidence that helps facilitate the development of sound health policies in these regions. She has worked as a clinical pharmacist, lecturer and researcher at the University of Lagos for over five years before her enrollment into the PhD program at IHPME, University of Toronto.