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Student is 1st author on new publication

Congratulations to Oluwafemifola Oyedeji!

Public Health PhD student Oluwafemifola “Femi” Oyedeji has been listed as the first author on an article recently published by  MDPI Publications.  The article, titled “Pharmacists’ Perceived Barriers to Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination: A Systematic Literature Review” is open source and available for free download.

Femi began her studies at the University of Tennessee in our Master of Public Health (MPH) program, where she earned a degree with a concentration in Health Policy and Management.  After graduation, she was admitted to the Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health Sciences (PhD) program, where she studies under the guidance of Dr. Kristina Kintziger.

During her MPH studies, Femi was selected to be one of the Featured Master’s Students on our website.  Visit that page for more information about Femi and her educational/research goals.