Toluwani Osabiya

Toluwani Osabiya

Data Scientist
University of Leeds

Toluwani Osabiya initially studied an undergraduate degree in pharmacy. However, driven by an innate yearning for broader horizons, Toluwani delved into computer science and programming, and through this exploration, developed a true passion for data science. Following the completion of an undergraduate degree and the accumulation of clinical experience, Toluwani decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Data Science in the UK.

Toluwani is now a Data Scientist at the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA), working in collaboration with the ESRC Vulnerability & Policing Futures Research Centre and Connected Bradford. In this role, Toluwani is using his research skills to investigate and identify factors that predispose children to become ‘Looked After’. Toluwani is exploring possible relationships between various factors like deprivation and inequalities across ethnic and geographic lines. Toluwani’s work will be useful to the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council in identifying hotspots for intervention and policy-making in general.

Toluwani’s research interests include health analytics, the environment and net-zero.

Beyond the realm of professional pursuits, Toluwani Osabiya is an avid supporter of Arsenal Football Club. When not immersed in work or engrossed in a captivating book, Toluwani loves to engage in video games.