Tim T. Osazuwa, M.D. has been a behavioral health specialist for 11 years. He was awarded a WHO Postdoctoral Fellowship to the Addiction Research Foundation in Toronto, Canada.
Tim T. Osazuwa, M.D., MPH/TM has been a behavioral health specialist for 11 years. After practicing medicine for a decade in Africa, he was awarded a WHO Postdoctoral Fellowship to the Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto, Canada where he completed his postdoctoral studies. He worked briefly as a Medical Research Scientist and Consultant with the Toronto City Department of Public Health. His responsibilities entailed the provision of a range of services to outpatient and residential mental health as well as drug and alcohol patients such as lectures, seminars, individual group and family counseling. His responsibilities as Executive Director of African Health Organization (AHO) also include planning, directing, and implementing the policies and programs.
Dr. Osazuwa specializes in Infectious Disease, Addiction Medicine, Public Health, and Tropical Medicine. He taught HIV/AIDS, Drugs and Society, and Human Biology 101 Laboratory at Lincoln University Graduate Center in Philadelphia from 2011 - 2016. Dr. Osazuwa, a native of Nigeria in West Africa, also graduated from the Tver Medical Academy, Tver, Russian Republic in 1981. He completed the post graduate at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in 2008. As a medical journalist, he has written the Medical Science Column in North America for the Guardian Newspaper in Lagos, Nigeria reviewing medical research and scientific advances in Canada and the US. In addition, Dr. Osazuwa is a motivational speaker and regularly meets with students in colleges as well as professional groups in the public and private sector to impart knowledge and provide advice that may exert a positive influence on their lives. AHO was founded by Dr. Osazuwa, a medical doctor, and his late wife, Victoria S. Osazuwa, an award winning economic development expert.