Dr. Adetoun Mustapha

Dr Adetoun Mustapha is a multi-skilled professional with over 28 years’ experience in Health, Safety and Environment, Commercial, Continuous Improvement, Transformation and leadership roles in the energy industry, academia and research. She is Deepwater Projects Portfolio Manager for SNEPCO, an adjunct research fellow at the Nigerian Institute for Medical Research and an honorary research associate at the Imperial College London. She has served as Energy Efficiency consultant in Kyrgyzstan with the United Nations Volunteers and as a trainer in Kenya with UNESCO-Earthwatch Institute. She is a global player in environmental epidemiology research with focus on public health challenges in developing countries such as air pollution and respiratory health, built environment, social determinants of health, climate change and ethics.

She is engaged in international collaborations on global health and implementation science. She is a co-Principal Investigator in the Nigerian Environmental Epidemiology Accelerated Research (NEEAR) Program supported by Washington University in St. Louis, USA. She has been a keynote speaker and panellist in several international conferences and professional meetings. She is an assessor for postgraduate scholarships and research grants. She teaches graduate level Environmental Health courses and mentors young professionals. She has published 36 journal and conference papers and 25 environmental articles. She is serving on the editorial board or as a reviewer for several international environmental health related journals. She is the Councilor for Africa in the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Global Council, the inaugural Chair of ISEE Africa chapter and Vice President of British Chevening Scholarship Alumni Association of Nigeria. She has been a recipient of several national and international awards and recognitions including University of Lagos Scholarship for Best Student, Federal Government of Nigeria Postgraduate Scholarship, British Chevening Scholarship, Commonwealth Postgraduate Scholarship and ISEE Rebecca James Baker Memorial Prize. She has B.Sc (Hons) (1990) and M.Sc (1992) in Microbiology from University of Lagos, Master of Public Health(1999) from University of Wales, Cardiff and PhD (Environmental Epidemiology, 2009) from Imperial College London. She has accreditation for Advanced Environmental Auditing (ISO 14001) and Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS 18001). She is a trained Lean Six-Sigma black-belt and certified Scrum Fundamentals and Agile Master.


  • Plenary session 2

    Each of the plenaries in UCBR will address specific areas of the theme of the conference. I is expected that participants will  reflect on the presentations, ask questions, discuss next steps and celebrate good work and positive learning outcomes.