Dr. Akinsola graduated from the University of Ilorin Medical School in Nigeria and has been practicing medicine since 1997. He received his pediatric training at the University College Hospital (UCH) in Nigeria and the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in New York.
Today, he uses his clinical skills and technologically advanced investigative support to provide high-quality care for his patients. Dr. Akinsola is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Along with his specialized training, he holds a Master’s in Epidemiology. Dr. Akinsola participated in research work and vaccine development at the Medical Research Council Laboratories (UK) in Gambia. One of his studies ultimately led to the development of a new meningitis vaccine that dramatically reduced the incidence of the disease in Asia and Africa. Much of his work has been published in the world’s best medical journals.
Working in research has helped Dr. Akinsola develop heightened attention to detail that he currently applies to treating patients. Having worked in an array of multicultural environments, he is also able to relate to many different cultures and maintains a warm, welcoming office.
Since moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 2012, Dr. Akinsola has worked as a pediatrician for both private and corporate institutions. He is currently on staff at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Northside Hospital. When he’s not working with patients, he’s active in his church community and involved in various missionary activities. His hobbies include reading, playing tennis, and traveling.
Dr. Akinsola speaks fluent English, French, Yoruba, and can communicate in medical Spanish. He is married to Bolanle Akinsola, a pediatric emergency medicine physician, and they are blessed with two children.
“Research is dear to my heart as with any indication, it is an advancement in health care overall. I am excited and look forward to a wonderful relationship with Tekton Research.” –