Isaac Oluwafemi Dipeolu is an early career researcher with an academic background in education, social and behavioural sciences as well as public health. He holds a Master of Public Health degree (Health Promotion & Education) and joined the Department of Health Promotion and Education, Faculty of Public Health, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 2012. His doctoral thesis focused on text message reminders intervention for uptake of basic childhood immunisations by mothers of infants in Oyo State, Nigeria.
His research areas include Child and Adolescent Health, Behaviour Change Communication, Ethics of Public Health Research and Health Systems in developing countries. He has been involved in several research projects on HIV/AIDS and malaria within and outside the institution. He enjoys snookers, chess, table tennis, music and travelling.
In the long term perspective, he hopes to be a leading scholar of a new generation of researchers pioneering the development of innovative researches, proposing policies and evidence based preventive programmes that empower people to take appropriate health behaviours.