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Date: Feb 18, 2013

This winter, the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit welcomed a new faculty member. Dr. Olakunle (Kunle) Alonge is an Assistant Scientist in Health Systems and will be managing a large drowning injury study in Bangladesh for JH-IIRU.

Dr. Alonge just completed his PhD in Health Systems and was trained as a physician in Nigeria. He brings great experience working in the developing world on research, in-depth understanding of evaluation methods, and a high energy level that is essential for our work. In addition to his work in Bangladesh, Dr. Alonge will help with the overall growth JH-IIRU and the Health Systems Program.

We are truly excited to have him join our community and look forward to working with him.

Please join us in welcoming Kunle!

 

This winter, the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit welcomed a new faculty member. Dr. Olakunle (Kunle) Alonge is an Assistant Scientist in Health Systems and will be managing a large drowning injury study in Bangladesh for JH-IIRU.

 

Dr. Alonge just completed his PhD in Health Systems and was trained as a physician in Nigeria. He brings great experience working in the developing world on research, in-depth understanding of evaluation methods, and a high energy level that is essential for our work. In addition to his work in Bangladesh, Dr. Alonge will help with the overall growth JH-IIRU and the Health Systems Program.

We are truly excited to have him join our community and look forward to working with him.

Please join us in welcoming Kunle!

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