Dr. Ona Utuama is a family physician-hospitalist and public health researcher
She attended medical school in Nigeria, University of Benin, Nigeria, Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and Morehouse School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency.
For her public health career she has worked at the CDC, and attended UN General assemblies for her work in Africa.
She currently mentors Emory University public health graduate students and Family Physicians in Africa.
For the COVID-19 pandemic, she provides volunteer services as faculty for the Africa CDC workforce group.
She is married to a Physician-Epidemiologist and they have 3 boys, ages-3, 8, 14.