Dr. Omolehinwa is a clinician with interest in clinical and translational research. Her research areas are related to improving oral health outcomes in patients with HIV and other comorbidities on dental health. Other areas of research interest include the use of mesenchymal stem cells to stimulate salivary gland repair after radioactive iodine therapy.
Dr. Omolehinwa teaches in the Medically Complex clinic, and is the current director of the Medically Complex Clinic (MCC), also overseeing the MCC Honors program and medically complex patient care fellowship.
Honors and Credentials
- Lester Burket Research Award for oral medicine residents conferred by the American Academy of Oral Medicine (2013)
- Diplomate American Academy of Oral Medicine
- Clinical instructor of Oral Medicine, University of Pennsylvania (2017-2018)
- Assistant Professor of Oral Medicine, University of Pennsylvania (2018- present)