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A qualitative evidence synthesis of contextual factors contributing to female overweight and obesity over the life course in sub-Saharan Africa
Published in PLoS One, 2019
Country-level analysis of the association between maternal obesity and neonatal mortality in 34 sub-Saharan African countries
Published in Annals of Global Health, 2019
Is the positive association between middle-income and rich household wealth and adult sub-Saharan African women’s overweight status modified by the level of educational attainment? A cross-sectional study of 22 countries
Published in BMC Public Health, 2020
In this talk, I discussed the analytical framework that we developed to predict the impact of the Nigeria’s National Malaria Elimination Programme’s proposed intervention strategy on malaria morbidity and mortality on each of the 774 local government areas. Our framework was built on EMOD, an agent-based model of Plasmodium falciparum transmission, and incorporates survey, routine, and programmatic data. Watch the recorded talk
Malaria transmission in Nigeria is heterogeneous at lower spatial scales, and understanding the drivers of transmission can inform decisions on where interventions should be prioritized. In this joint talk with Chilo Chiziba, we discussed our statistical modeling work aimed to identify factors associated with high levels of malaria transmission within urban and rural areas. See event announcement
Graduate course, Northwestern University, Department of Preventive Medicine, 2020
As a guest-lecturer, I facilitated a graduate student case on the implementation of malaria rapid diagnostic tests in Swaziland (Eswatini) to improve malaria case management and strengthen the national malaria surveillance system as part of the National Malaria Control Program’s malaria elimination strategy. My lecture received the highest student engagement scores for the course quarter and I was given a letter of commendation by the Course Director. Letter of commendation can be viewed