Dr. Mayowa Osundiji completed his medical degree from University of London, St Bartholomew's and Royal London Hospital. He is certified in United States by Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. His PhD degree was from University of Cambridge, where he won Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation as well as Cambridge Commonwealth Trust scholarships. Dr. Osundiji won the inaugural Promega United Kingdom Young Life Scientist Award during his PhD studies and was presented a unique trophy. He completed postdoctoral research fellowship at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, where he won Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation postdoctoral fellowship award. Dr. Osundiji is a Fellow of American Association for Clinical Chemistry. His clinical interest area is medical genetics, genomics and biochemical genetics.
University of London Medical Degree (MBBS), 2015
University of Cambridge PhD Degree, 2008
University of Essex Master’s Degree in Biotechnology (Distinction Grade), 2005
Dr. Osundiji teaches Clinical Biochemistry 1: Macronutrients, Human Metabolism and Energy and Clinical Biochemistry 2: Vitamins and Minerals.
Dr. Osundiji has 11 publications with a focus on diabetes.