Malik Olatunde Oduoye is one of GMEC's Student Liaison Co-chairs. He is a final year medical student at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. He is a writer, blogger, public speaker, and One Health advocate. Malik is passionate about lifestyle medicine, Public Health, and academic research.
As a medical student, Malik holds key positions and memberships in students organizations, leadership organizations and Public Health. Prominent ones are; Monitoring and Evaluation officer of the Federation of African Medical Students Association- Standing committee on population activities (FAMSA-SCOPA), campus representative of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH), West-African Regional Coordinator of Oli Health Magazine Organization (OHMO).
As a young man, Malik holds ambassadorial positions at the Leaders of Africa, an independent and non-partisan collaborative that shares the experiences of thought leaders, the International Journals for Medical Students (IJMS), and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Nigeria.
Malik plans to pursue his medical profession in Europe or Asia as a future Public Health Physician after completing his undergraduate studies in Nigeria.