Titilola Labisi, PhD, MHA, MPH

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Division of Behavioral Research

626-564-3108

Titilola.X.Labisi@kp.org

Biography

Dr. Labisi is a public health researcher and a post-doctoral research fellow in the Division of Behavioral Research of the Department of Research & Evaluation. Her research interests include community-engaged research, health disparities, and health behaviors regarding sex, diet, and physical activity.

Before joining Kaiser Permanente in 2022, Dr. Labisi was a pre-doctoral research fellow at the University of Nebraska Medical Center Specialty Care Center, an HIV surveillance coordinator at the Missouri State Department of Health and Senior Services, and an HIV services linkage- to-care coordinator at the New Mexico State Department of Health. For her dissertation, Dr. Labisi applied a mixed methods approach to assess and explore the perceived risk of COVID-19, biopsychosocial impact, lived experiences, and COVID-19 pandemic coping mechanisms among people living with HIV and pre-exposure prophylaxis in Nebraska. Her background and expertise includes qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research methods.

 

Areas of Focus

  • Community engaged research
  • Health disparities
  • Health behaviors: sexual, diet, and physical activity

Education

PhD, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska
MHA, Health Administration
Missouri State University
Springfield, Missouri
MPH, Public Health
Missouri State University
Springfield, Missouri

Honors and Awards

  • University of Nebraska Medical Center Graduate Studies Breakthrough for the Future Award, 2022
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Public Health Dean’s Office Travel Award, 2021
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center Social Justice Research Impact Grant Award, 2021