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Dr. Oluwakemi Olukoya Dosumu

Founder & CEO, Preval Healthcare & Consulting Services

Nigeria

Dr. Oluwakemi Olukoya Dosumu is a Reproductive Medicine/Fertility/IVF Physician and Epidemiologist. She is the Founder/CEO of Preval Healthcare & Consulting Services and Director of Preval Healthcare & Consulting Fertility Solutions, Lagos. She is also a Member of Faculty/ Head of Medical Program, Center for International and Advanced Professional Studies (CIAPS), Lagos. She obtained her MBBS and MPH degrees from College of Medicine, University of Lagos and Boston University respectively. She did further clinical training in Obstetrics & Gynecology from Boston Medical Center, USA and St George’s Hospital, London. She began her career in Reproductive Medicine at a young age with Medical ART Center (MART), with a keen focus on solving reproductive health needs. There she worked with the founder/pioneer of IVF in West Africa and later advanced to becoming the Head of Research, whereby she produced novel studies in reproductive medicine and IVF. She furthered her research experience by working as a Data Analyst with Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Her passion and clinical practice centers around solving reproductive health, fertility needs and providing exceptional & safe obstetrics and gynecology care. She is a Member of American Society and Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and Association of Fertility and Reproductive Health (AFRH), Nigeria (she serves as National Committee Member for Research and Publication). She has peer reviewed for several international journals and currently on the Editorial Board of three international journals in the US. She has published novel research studies in field of reproductive medicine & health, maternal & child health etc. Her current research is on issues of recurrent implantation failure, genetics, reproductive medicine/IVF and health care services.