College of Health Professions
School of Health Sciences
Ph.D. Public Health
Dr. Osoba is a Contributing Faculty Member at the Walden University's School of Health Sciences. She supervises doctoral candidates and serves on University Research Review committees.
Dr. Osoba is an epidemiologist and a public health academic, who has worked in administrative health care roles, and taught at different universities in the UK and the USA for over fifteen years. She is currently a reviewer for the Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences.
A member of the American College of Epidemiology, Dr. Osoba has published research on various public health issues and healthcare topics. She has broad research interests in experience of carers of children with disabilities, learning disabilities and developmental disorders, international health, physical activity and public health.
She is dynamic and forward thinking about the future of online learning programs.
PhD, University of the West of England - Bristol, United Kingdom
MS, University of London - London, United Kingdom
Awards / Honors
Laureate International Universities Outstanding Contribution to Public Health Program (2012), Laureate Education, 2012
Lebina, L., Fuller, N., Osoba, T. F., Scott, L., Motlhaoleng, K., Rakgokong, M., Abraham, P., Variava, E., Martinson, N. A. (2016). The Use of Xpert MTB/Rif for Active Case Finding among TB Contacts in North West Province, South Africa.. Tuberculosis research and treatment.
Hyacinth, H. I., Adekeye, O. A., Ibeh, J. N., Osoba, T. F., Medeiros, R. Cervical Cancer and Pap Smear Awareness and Utilization of Pap Smear Test among Federal Civil Servants in North Central Nigeria. PLoS ONE.
Osoba, T. F., Gray, S., Duffield, J. (2006). The Development of an Epidemiological Case Definition for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). American Journal of Epidemiology.