Doctor Kayode Sotonwa’s Research Experience
Doctor Kayode Sotonwa has had an expansive and varied career in his 25 years as a doctor of internal medicine. During his long career he has been given the opportunity to explore the world of medicine, not just in the United States but throughout the world, learning how cultural elements impact medicine throughout the globe. Through these experiences he has developed a love of research, and has enjoyed studying the newest innovations in medicine. Additionally these opportunities have given him the ability and knowledge to teach medicine and encourage young minds to explore medicine to create a better and brighter future. He has taught undergrads and graduate students alike, as well as both medical and pharmaceutical residents, lectured at conferences, and aided different programs that prepare young people for their careers as physicians.
However, throughout Doctor Kayode Sotonwa’s very fulfilling career as both a practicing physician and a teacher, he has not lost his love of research and additionally has spent a great deal of his career participating in a number of different research programs and projects to help further the world of medicine. From 2004 to 2007 Doctor Sotonwa was a member of the Bay Pines VAMC Research and Development Committee. Here he was in charge of ensuring that members of the team were performing the proper quality of research and ensure that they were following government research protocol as well.
Doctor Kayode Sotonwa has been and is still an active member of many research committees as well. During the same period of time that he was working with the Bay Pines VAMC, he was also a member of the Quality Control Committee, starting in 2003. During this time he reviewed physicians that were employed by VAMC to ensure that they were performing on the same level of United States physicians. Doctor Kayode Sotonwa believes that quality research is key to creating promising medical solutions around the world and is still committed to helping facilitate positive research today.