Dr. Sadiatu Sally Obi is a part time lecturer in AHRO University in the clinical research department. She is a staff of the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) out station Asaba, and the Delta State Ministry of Health, in the position of an assistant director (scientific). She is a certified public health epidemiologist, Parasitologist and Entomologist, a high level civil servant and scientist with over 20 years of experience in the government service, policy/regulations, legislative processes, training, and teaching, with a proven knowledge of medical research and statistical analysis with publications. She has passion for teaching and training evidenced by the excellent delivery performances in official and volunteer presentations in conferences, seminars, workshops, and training of research assistants. Dr. Sadiatu Sally Obi earned her doctorate in public health epidemiology in 2021 from Walden University Minneapolis, USA with a distinction grade (CGPA of 3.92/4.0). Her dissertation was on asymptomatic malaria infection and pregnancy outcome among parturients in Delta State, Nigeria. Her Master of Science (MS) degree was on public health Parasitology and Bachelor of Science (BS) was on Parasitology and Entomology (biological sciences), both from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria.