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My name is Oseni Abiri. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Masters of Public Health with Epidemiology specialization from Texas A & M Health Science Center, College Station. I am certified in Public (CPH). I am currently acquiring health informatics knowledge and skills through the University Texas at Houston in the applied informatics graduate certificate program. I am very excited about health informatics especially in the area of data security, mHealth, systems integration and interoperability. I have working experience in clinical care with various hospitals in Wisconsin and Texas, system analyst implementing EPIC eMAR system for the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation in Madison Wisconsin. I am currently working on renewing my EpicCare Ambulatory Care Analyst certification (one more class to go). I am also an Allan Rosenfield Global Health fellow attached to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-Nigeria Strategic Information Branch. I was responsible for leading the USG-PEPFAR funded data-driven site monitoring strategy for CDC-Nigeria in addition to supervising the implementation research to evaluate outcomes of HIV/AIDS patients on antiretroviral drugs. I was also part of the team (included members from WHO and Government of Nigeria Ministry of Health) that conducted informative assessment of PEPFAR supported facilities readiness for the national implementation of site level electronic medical record systems with a centrally located repository at the Ministry of Health