Tiwadayo Braimoh has over 20 years of work experience spanning the pharmaceutical industry, public health, and health policy. He currently works with Medicines Patent Pool (MPP), Geneva, Switzerland where he leads on policy aspects of intellectual property licensing and technology transfer for COVID-19 globally and across disease areas for Africa.
He started off his career in the pharmaceutical industry as a medical representative, became a product manager and then a Business Development Manager. He left the industry in 2013 after nearly a decade to join Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) where he worked on public health programs to improve access to health products and with governments on access, health systems and health financing policies. His last role before joining MPP early 2022 was with the Ministry of Health, Rwanda where he worked with the leadership as a Senior Technical Advisor for Health Financing.
Tiwadayo, a Nigerian, holds an MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from London School of Economics and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and an MBA from the University of Lagos. He is also a Pharmacist and Fellow of the West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacists.