Tosin Ogunmayowa is a Graduate Intern for the Center for Biostatistics and Health Data Science and a PhD candidate in the Department of Population Health Science at Virginia Tech. His PhD research focuses on using multilevel modeling approach to understand the social and structural determinants of health inequity. His statistical experience includes data preparation, analysis, and visualization using R, SAS, and ArcGIS Pro, while his research experience includes preparation of manuscripts and grant proposals.
Ogunmayowa, O., & Baker, C. (2022). Neighborhood risk factors for sports and recreational injuries: a systematic review of studies applying multilevel modeling techniques. Inj. Epidemiol. 9, 6 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40621-022-00370-0.
Nicchitta, N, Ogunmayowa, O., Baker, C., & Atkinson, M. M. (2022). Sickle cell disease in southwest Virginia: Morbidity, acute care utilization, and the effects of social determinants of health in a mixed rural/urban medically underserved community. Authorea. March 30, 2022. https://doi.org/10.22541/au.164865137.74003196/v1
Jian, J., Yuan, X., Steele, M. K., Du, C., & Ogunmayowa O. (2020). Soil respiration spatial and temporal variability in China between 1961 and 2014. Eur J Soil Sci. 2020;1–17. https://doi.org/10.1111/ejss.13061
Dzantor, E. K., Adeleke, E., Kankarla, V., Ogunmayowa, O., & Hui, D. (2015). Using coal fly ash in agriculture: combination of fly ash and poultry litter as soil amendments for bioenergy feedstock production. CCGP, 7, 33-39. doi: 10.4177/CCGP-D-15-00002.1.
Dzantor E. K., Kankarla, V., Adeleke, E. & Ogunmayowa, O. (2015). Contending with the global food, energy and environmental insecurities: Biomass production in degraded lands could be one solution. Pp 261-271, In R. K. Behl, A. P. Singh, A. B. Lal, G. Haesaert (eds). Proceedings of the International Conference on New Approaches in Food Security and Value Addition: Technological and Genetic Options. February 17-19, 2014 ISBN: 978-93-81191-05-7.
Ogunmayowa, O. (2020). Quantifying the effects of watershed size and land development on stream nutrients. [Master’s Thesis, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA]. VTechWorks. https://vtechworks.lib.vt.edu/handle/10919/106543.
Ogunmayowa, O. (2015). Coupling bio/phytoremediation with switchgrass to biofuel feedstock production in mixed-contaminant soils. (ProQuest No. 10003158) [Master’s thesis, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing. https://digitalscholarship.tnstate.edu/dissertations/AAI10003158/.