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research overview Dr. Oyetunji is the Thomas Holder/Keith Ashcraft Endowed Chair in Pediatric Surgical Research at Children’s Mercy Hospital Kansas City, and a Professor of Surgery at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. He is the Program Director for the Surgical Scholar Program and the Director of Health Outcomes Research in the Department of Surgery. He is a member of multiple surgical societies including the Association for Academic Surgery, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group and Society of Black Academic Surgeons. He currently serves on national committees for some of these organizations. His research focuses on surgical quality improvement, surgical innovations, healthcare disparities and global surgical care delivery. Dr. Oyetunji is particularly interested in the dissemination of evidence-based clinical protocols and studies factors that drive the deviation in care from evidence based standard, and as vehicles for disparity and unnecessary healthcare cost. Another area of interest for Dr Oyetunji is surgical process and device innovation with the overarching goal of simplifying surgical care delivery without compromising quality.

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