Dr. Bibilola Ladipo-Ajayi is a licensed pharmacist specializing in precision medicine through the use of advanced genetic technology. She lives in the Houston, Texas area with her family and works with patients to help them reduce their dependence on pharmaceutical medications. She is a fellowship-trained Doctor of Pharmacy and enjoys consulting with patients and their healthcare professionals to help patients safely transition to a holistic lifestyle.
Education and Training
Texas Southern University Pharm D 2010
Bibilola Ladipo-Ajayi, PharmD's Expert Contributions
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Society of Consultant Pharmacists
- Med Communications Drug Information Fellowship (Effective Management of Medical Information Content for the Pharmaceutical Industry)
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