A Senior Lecturer and a Consultant Ophthalmologist and Glaucoma Specialist at the Department of Ophthalmology College of Medicine, University of Ibadan. Olusola is a clinician -scientist with clinical and research experience dedicated to the Epidemiology and Management of the Glaucomas’ in Nigeria. She was an active contributor to the 9th and 10th Global Consensus on Childhood Glaucomas and Glaucoma screening, as well as the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) Guidelines for Glaucoma eye care. In 2009, she received a Sandwich Fellowship award from the ICO and also received the AFER/ARVO Host Researcher Award in 2010. She has been a fellow of both the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria and the West African College of Surgeons with specialization in Ophthalmology and sub-specialization in Glaucoma. Further, Olusola had a clinical fellowship in Glaucoma from both the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and the Samsung Medical Centre South Korea in 2012. She obtained a certificate in Clinical Research after a one-year training at the Harvard’s Medical School, Boston in 2019. She holds a PhD in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Ibadan in 2021 and a Masters in Epidemiology and Medical Biostatistics in 2011. She was a member of the Board of the World Glaucoma Association (WGA) between 2015 -2019 representing Sub-Saharan Africa, now she is a member of the Council of WGA.. In 2019, she was given the prestigious Special Recognition Award by the World Glaucoma Association (WGA) for her contributions to the WGA Board of Governors. Currently, she is a co-investigator in the Eyes of Africa project: the Genetics of blindness, a multicenter study in Sub-Saharan Africa. Olusola is a committed teacher, a hard-working researcher and a passionate clinician. She is committed to constant personal and professional development. Her research inclinations include management of glaucoma, improving access of glaucoma patients to appropriate care, and genetics of glaucoma in Africans. With the recent completion of her PhD, she has developed an increased passion to better understand glaucoma and its management in the peculiar setting of Sub Saharan Africa and to proffer appropriate management options through rigorous high standard research. She hopes to achieve this through a post-doctoral fellowship which will give me an opportunity to do excellent research, publish in high impact journals and then translate my findings to improved practice through advocacy for health policy change.