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Christianah Oki is a parasitologist and a project officer at One Health and Development Initiative (OHDI), a nonprofit organization in Nigeria that promotes education, advocacy, research, and solutions on correlated issues of human, animal, and environmental health through the integrated One Health approach. She researches and writes informational articles and opportunities on related issues of Conservation, Wildlife, and Climate Change while contributing to the ideation, fundraising, and implementation of relevant conservation projects in the organization
In this episode, She talks about her journey into science, her early beginnings, university life in Nigeria and how she got a Bsc in Biology after being rejected for a medicine course despite passing well to an MSc in Parasitology.
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