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Oluwatoyin (Toyin) Adeyemi MD

Oluwatoyin (Toyin) Adeyemi MD

Attending Physician, Infectious Diseases, Cook County Health and Hospitals System (CCHHS); Associate Professor of Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago

Dr Adeyemi graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Medical center where she also served as Chief Medical Resident in 1999. She then completed her Infectious Diseases fellowship at the Rush University Medical Center/Cook County Hospital joint training program in 2001.  She has been on faculty at both institutions since 2001 where she is an Attending Physician in Infectious Diseases and Associate Professor of Medicine. She has provided primary care to adults living with HIV at the Ruth Rothstein CORE Center since 1999 and is the director of the CORE center hepatitis Clinic. In addition to patient care and teaching, Dr Adeyemi is actively involved in clinical research in the areas of aging with HIV, health disparities and hepatitis C infection and was recently appointed to the Illinois hepatitis C task force. She has authored and co-authored over 40 manuscripts published in peer reviewed journals and has presented over 50 abstracts at national and international conferences.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Liver Pathology in 301 Patients With HIV/AIDS