Dr.Ebomoyi received his post-doctorate certificate from the World renowned, National Institutes of Health, MD, in genetic epidemiology and a PhD from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA; where he studied Public Health and Statistics. Currently, he is a professor of Epidemiologic Science at the Chicago State University Chicago Illinois. He successfully served as the Foundation chair of the Department of Health Studies. In Greeley Colorado, he served under Mayor Jerry Wones, as Air Quality Commissioner for the City of Greeley Colorado. His research interest includes Genetic epidemiology, Public health Genomics, WHO-championed primary health Care, behavioral interventions biostatistics and quantitative demography. Based on this research and scientific training, he received several awards and honors, such as: Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in science and Engineering and Who’s WHO among Executives & Professionals(2014), American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellowship and the teacher of the year in the following years, 2012-2011, 2010,2008, 2007 and The Favorite Professor published by Mortal Board, Inc., 2004.
International Health, Primary Health Care Services, Program Planning and Evaluation, Research Methods, Genetics and Genomic Epidemiology, Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, Ecological Aspects of Human Diseases, Nutritional Anthropometry, and Community Health Education, Student-Centered learning, Environmental Epidemiology and Health Disparities.