Betha Igbinosun is a post-doctoral fellow with the Center for Innovation in Global Health at the O’Neill Institute.

Her research explores the legal, institutional, and normative framework for strengthening health systems in developing countries, particularly within sub-Saharan Africa. It identifies regulatory, financing, governance, and other challenges within these health systems and makes reform proposals.

Igbinosun holds a Bachelor of Laws degree with First Class honors from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and a Qualifying Certificate (B.L.) with First Class honors from the Nigerian Law School. She also obtained a Master of Laws degree from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and recently completed her doctoral degree at the same institution.


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