Eleojo is a health geographer adept at analysing, modelling, mapping, and explaining the spatiality of public health (and related phenomenon) at multiple spatial scales, using various statistical and geospatial methodologies and software tools. He is also versed and experienced in mixed methods and qualitative research approaches. His works seek to uncover the role of location, place and context in shaping observed patterns, outcomes, relationships or causal mechanisms.
In conjunction with geographies of public health(care), Eleojo is attentive to socio-spatial aspects of associated SDG themes such as socio-economic deprivation, inequality, urbanization and their interconnections with pertinent environmental markers. With an avid interest in policy- and solution-oriented studies, he is keen to use his research practice for academic advocacy and social activism with a view to giving voice to disadvantaged or marginalized population subgroups.
Eleojo is presently a Research Fellow on the project ‘Artificial Intelligence and Multimorbidity: Clustering in Individuals, Space and Clinical Contexts (AIM-CISC)’, funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). Here, his role entails examining how multimorbidity clusters spatially using spatial analysis and machine learning methods. Before joining AIM-CISC, his previous roles include: Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow, and GIS Specialist at Cathie Group Limited.
Human Geography, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Socio-spatial analysis of small-area need and demand for primary healthcare services in Nigeria: A sequential mixed methods study., Newcastle University
26 Sep 2016 → 23 Sep 2020
Award Date: 4 Jun 2021
GIS and Remote Sensing, Master of Science, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Mar 2010 → Jan 2013
Award Date: 23 Dec 2013
Geographical Information Systems, Master of Science (with Distinction), University of Leeds
Sep 2011 → Aug 2012
Award Date: 21 Nov 2012
Geography (with Remote Sensing), Bachelor of Technology (not to be confused with BTEC)
Mar 2002 → Sep 2007
Award Date: 12 Dec 2007
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