Luyi Adesanya
Clinical Research Lead and Epidemiologist
Washington University in St. Louis

Luyi Adesanya

"Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.""

~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As a daughter of immigrants from Nigeria and Germany, Miss Luyi Adesanya is interested in the intersection of public health, supply chain + operations, and healthcare leadership on an international sector. Having completed her undergraduate degree at The University of Chicago and having worked at the National Institutes of Health prior to completing her graduate school training at Washington University in St. Louis, she is a leader in the field and is dedicated to improving health outcomes for marginalized and under-represented communities, both domestically and abroad.

As a Public Health Professional and Epidemiologist, Miss Adesanya has leadership within her organization as she continues to serve vulnerable communities by ensuring equitable public health strategies are implemented to promote and sustain community engagement within population health. With her humility and kindness, Miss Adesanya is a leader in the public health field as she is proactive in civic engagement throughout her community.

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