Adeola Olufunmilade, M.P.H. & Arlene Remick, M.P.H.

Adeola Olufunmilade, M.P.H.: A hashtag that describes my tenure at IQ Solutions: #researchdiscovery

Arlene Remick, M.P.H.: A hashtag that describes my tenure at IQ Solutions: #Partnerships

Adeola Olufunmilade, M.P.H.

The strongest talents that I bring to bear to the team include, but are not limited to, the following: great attitude/work ethic, analytical and statistical skills, dependability, resourcefulness, attention to detail, effective organization, excellent writing and reporting, and proofreading abilities.

I am a flexible individual who enjoys learning new skills and quickly adapts to organizational changes. It is exciting to have the opportunity to work in teams creating a template for machine learning that would become the acceptable mode/standard in the area of prevention research. It is also interesting to bring an orientation to detail to this project to ensure consistency in the work.

The biggest inspiration for me is being a part of the broad public health field, which involves being a part of the processes that translate into improving the well-being of large populations and advancing health globally.

Arlene Remick, M.P.H.

I bring experience in program development and implementation, partnership engagement, outreach and promotion, materials development, and formative research. At IQ Solutions, I have the opportunity to collaborate with partners to develop programs that are relevant and impactful. 

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African American couple with physician.

SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Causes of Infant Death

The American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Sudden Infant Death recently released updated safe infant sleep recommendations, titled “SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Updated 2016 Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment.”

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