Emmanuel Adamolekun graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science from the Prestigious Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria.
He is passionate about the role of Laboratory Medicine, Molecular Medicine, and Research in Global Health, Infectious Diseases prevention, Global Vaccination, and Health systems strengthening.
Emmanuel is a strong advocate for SDG 3 with a focus on health education and affordable healthcare for all individuals regardless of their age, gender, race, or status.
He is currently the Campus Team Lead at LEADMed Lab Africa where he focuses on identifying potentials in Medical Laboratory Science students who would work assiduously to learn the dynamics of leadership in strengthening the health systems in Nigeria and beyond. As a skilled health writer and Researcher, Emmanuel has co-authored a number of research publications. He has a vast research interest in Bioinformatics, Immunology, Genomics, and infectious diseases, he aspires to pursue a post-graduate study in Immunology of infectious diseases with a focus on vaccines for Neglected Tropical Diseases.