Universität Erfurt

Collins G. Adeyanju, M.P.P.

Since 2018 Member of the Center of Empirical Research in Economics and Behavioral Sciences CEREB


Before commencement of his doctoral programme, he has previously worked with both the Federal Government of Nigerian and public health sector in Nigeria and Germany. His public health exposure infuse both impact evaluation of donor-funded public health intervention projects; and using behavioural science tools to understand health seeking behaviour and decision making among pregnant women in Nigeria. Currently, he provides academic and research support to Prof. Cornelia Betsch, in addition to teaching ‘Introduction to Global Public Health’ class for Master Students of Health Communication at the University of Erfurt. He holds a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt.

Research interests

Global Public Health; Socio-Behaviour of Vaccine Hesitancy in Sub-Sahara Africa; Health Behaviour and Health Communication Promotion among Vulnerable Groups; Public Policy and Decision-Making; Sub-Sahara Africa Region

Dissertation project

Behavioural insight of vulnerable groups towards vaccination decision-making in Sub-Sahara Africa


Adeyanju, C. (under review). Rights of Women to Inheritance in Igbo Land (Nigeria): Role of Constitutional Litigation.

Adeyanju, C. (under review). Gender-based Violence as a Tool in the Boko Haram Conflict.

Adeyanju, C. (under review). Instability in West Africa: The Role of Transnational Organized Crime.

Adeyanju, C. & Ibeh, C. (2014). Food Security: A Tool for Foreign Policy. Africa Peace Review, Vol. 17; 82-97; A Publication of Centre for Strategic Research and Studies of National Defence College Nigeria.

Adeyanju, C. (2014). Politics of Ethnicity in Nigeria: The Way Forward. Foresight for Development Publication.

Adeyanju, C. (2013). Growing Africa’s Influence in Global Sphere. Africa Peace Review, Vol. 16; 198-216; A Publication of Centre for Strategic Research and Studies of National Defence College Nigeria.



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