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Adejumoke is an international PhD student from Nigeria. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Animal Physiology from the Federal University of Agricultural Abeokuta in Nigeria, in 2011. She worked as an animal physiologist at the Ministry of Animal Health and Livestock Development, Zamfara state in 2012.
In 2015 she completed her MSc public health degree from the University of Bedfordshire, where she conducted a comparative study on UK-based Nigerians and English attitudes towards individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. She was awarded the public health prize for her academic achievements.
She is currently studying for her PhD at the Institute of Health Research. Her study under the supervision of Dr Chris Papadopoulos and Dr Yannis Pappas aims to examine the general awareness of autism among Nigerians, and to assess the cultural perceptions and understanding of autism. Adejumoke is interested in public stigma associated towards mental health problems and disabilities (particularly autism).