Norma Ojehomon

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Student, Medical Anthropology & Global Health, Case Western Reserve University
  • M.P.H., Epidemiology, Boston University School of Public Health, 2008
  • B.S., Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology, Emory University, 2005

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Infectious Disease
  • Nutrition
  • Health Disparities

SPECIAL SKILLS

  • Knowledge of USAID and PEPFAR reporting requirements and data platforms
  • Program management (both acquisition and assistance)
  • Lower-level intermediate French language
  • Upper-level intermediate Korean language

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Oladele E.A., Badejo O.A., Obanubi C., Okechukwu E.F., James E., Owhonda G., Omeh O.I., Abass M., Negedu-Momoh O.R., Ojehomon N., Oqua D., Raj-Pandey S., Khamofu H., and Torpey K. (2018). Bridging the HIV treatment gap in Nigeria: examining community antiretroviral treatment models. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 21(4), e25108. [Journal Article]
  • Bartfield, J., Ojehomon, N., Huskey, KW, and Wee, CC. Preferences and Self-Efficacy for Diet Modification among Primary Care Patients, Obesity (2010) 18, 430–432. [Journal Article]
  • Ojehomon, N., Disadvantaged from Birth: Why the Initiative to End Racial and Ethnic Disparities is Failing Miserably. (2007) [Blog]

PRESENTATIONS

  • Onovo A., Odusote T., Nongo D., Mukadi Y., Roxo U., Ojehomon N., Williams D., Badiane K., Kang H. Identification of geo-spatial hotspots of TB/HIV co-infection distribution in USAID/PEPFAR supported LGAs in Nigeria: using GIS for intensified case findings (2017) Abstract accepted for oral presentation at the 48th World TB Union Conference in Guadalajara, Mexico.
  • Etsetowaghan A.A., Nwokedi N., Ojehomon N., Evaluating the effect of PMTCT-focused structured SMS messaging and calls in improving service uptake in Suleja, North Central Nigeria, (2017) Poster presented at the 10th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health in Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Ojehomon N., Diet and Weight Preferences in Primary Care, presented at the Fall 2007 Epidemiology Practicum Session at Boston University School of Public Health, Boston MA

 

CURRICULUM VITAE