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John Ifejube


John Ifejube is an epidemiologist with a background in geospatial sciences. He has been involved in various research that revolves around the spatial distribution of health outcomes.

John is passionate about the use and development of analytical tools that help us understand the complex interplay between the environment and health which can help to mitigate health risks for vulnerable populations. He received his master’s degree in Spatial Engineering from the University of Twente. In the past few years, he has utilized relevant spatial and non-spatial information to analyze infectious diseases such as Lassa fever, cholera, and leptospirosis in tropical countries.

His work at KIT is focused on conducting research through spatial data management of diseases and evaluation of health systems. He also contributes to expanding the relevance and impact of KIT’s Centre for Applied Spatial Epidemiology (CASE).