Dr. Ogbuoji is an Assistant Research Professor at DGHI and Deputy Director at the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health at DGHI. His primary research interest is in making health systems work better for the poor. At the center, he investigates the health and economic effects on the population when countries transition out of receiving development assistance for health. Part of this work includes estimating the benefits from financing global public health goods that benefit low- and middle-income countries and evaluating innovative approaches for domestic resource mobilization for health. Dr. Ogbuoji holds a medical degree (MBBS) from University of Ibadan, a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree and certificate in international health policy and financing from Johns Hopkins University, and a Doctor of Science (ScD) in Global Health from Harvard University.
Manne-Goehler J, Ogbuoji O, Bärnighausen TW. Converting HIV programmes into chronic-care platforms. The Lancet Hiv. 2020 Sep;7(9):e600–1.
Oladele TT, Olakunde BO, Oladele EA, Ogbuoji O, Yamey G. The impact of COVID-19 on HIV financing in Nigeria: a call for proactive measures. Bmj Global Health. 2020 May;5(5).
Bharali I, Mao W, Huffstetler H, Hoole A, Perera P, Ogbuoji O. Perspectives on transitions away from donor assistance for health: a discrete choices experiment in Sri Lanka. The Lancet Global Health. 2020 Apr;8:S25–S25.