Tosin is a research fellow in the Health Economics Unit (HEU). He has developed an interest in economic evaluation of clinical trials and their wider implication on healthcare policies. Tosin is also interested in application of financial incentive structure in health systems.
Tosin qualified with MBBS in 2010 from University of Ilorin. Having graduated, he began his career at the University’s Teaching Hospital (UITH) where he worked in various clinical capacities, including as research clinician on two RCTs that assessed the effectiveness of malaria prophylaxis and treatment in children.
In 2013, he joined a management-consulting firm as a health systems specialist to design and implement healthcare programs in Nigeria. In this capacity, he helped to initiate a program that engaged private-for-profit hospitals to improve access to comprehensive HIV care. It was here that that he developed an interest in health economics.
Tosin obtained an MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy from the University of Birmingham in 2014 and went on to join the HEU in January 2015.