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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Ayodele Samuel Jegede

 Department of Sociology, The Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Biography

Prof. Ayodele Samuel Jegede is a Professor teaching medical sociology/ anthropology and bioethics at the University of Ibadan. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Medical Sociology/Anthropology and MHSc degree in Medical Science. Prof. Jegede was a Fogarty Scholar at the Joint Centre for Bioethics, Institute of Medical Sciences of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada in 2005/2006.. Prof. Jegede received the following honors and scholarships: Foreign Guest Scientist Honor at the International Conference on Genetics of the Peoples of Africa and the Transatlantic African Diaspora at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, 2012; the Wellcome Trust scholarship for the Biomedical Summer School on “Public Health: Justice, Autonomy and the Common Good” in 2007; Fogarty Scholar at the Joint Centre for Bioethics, Institute of Medical Sciences of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto 2005/2006; the UNFPA Membership Scholarship of the IUSSP for 2005 to 2009;  CODESRIA Scholarship for the Youth and HIV/AIDS in Africa Training Institute in 2003;  Fellowship of the Salzburg Seminar session 400 on “New Trends and Innovations in Health Professions Education” in 2002; Leventis Scholar at the Centre for African studies, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London in 1995

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Health System Research, Socio-cultural Determinants of health & illness, Socio-cultural and Ethical Issues in Health Technology Delivery, and Research Ethics.

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