Gbenga Adebayo is a doctoral student of the Community Health and Epidemiology Department, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan. He started his academic career with a bachelor degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2006 in Nigeria. Having worked as a primary health physician in Nigeria, he decided to enroll in the Master of Public Health program at School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan which he successfully completed in 2014. He joined the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture as a research assistant in 2013 and he is a recipient of the Founding Chair Scholarship and other departmental scholarships. His research experience and interests are in the area of population health and occupational health research. He is currently evaluating the use of needle-less injector and risk for upper limb disorders among swine farmers for his PhD thesis.