Ayo Ogunbiyi - administrative specialist and research analyst

Ayo Ogunbiyi serves as GAMH’s Administrative Specialist and Research Analyst and concurrently holds the position of Research Analyst at the Center for Men’s Health Equity (CMHE) at Georgetown. She is a distinguished alumna of the University of Maryland, College Park, having earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral and Community Health and her Master’s in Public Health with a concentration in Health Equity. Ayo’s commitment to public health is evident through her impactful thesis work with the Maryland Department of Health, where she focused on reducing the prevalence of Diabetes.

Her professional journey also includes a significant role as a Program Associate at the world’s largest Education Research Association. Ayo brings a wealth of experience and a deep-rooted passion for social justice and health equity to her role at GAMH. With a solid foundation in research, administration, and a genuine dedication to making a positive impact, she is poised to contribute meaningfully to advancing GAMH’s mission.

Today's most shared health story: microplastics have been found in human testicles - the discovery might be linked to declining sperm counts . Scientists tested 23 human testes and 47 from pet dogs. They found microplastic pollution in every sample.

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Controversies in Men's Health will look at how men’s health needs are being met by HCPs, covering topics from mental health to the latest technologies for early diagnosis and what can be improved.

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In sub-Saharan African countries where homosexuality is legal, gay and bisexual men were twice as likely to have ever tested for HIV compared to countries where it’s illegal, according to a BMJ study

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