Tolulope Sajobi

Assistant Professor

Community Health Sciences

Contact information


Office: 403.210.8586

Research and teaching

Research areas

  • patient-reported outcomes
  • biostatistics
  • risk prediction models for indication of health services utilization
  • clinical trials


Dr. Tolu Sajobi is Assistant Professor and Biostatistician in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary. His research program focuses on robust statistical methods for behavioral and patient-reported outcomes, clinical and population-based risk prediction methodologies, and innovative methodologies for randomized controlled trials. He collaborates widely using biostatistical methods to address important health-related research questions in chronic disease populations.


  • Li G*, Sajobi TT, Menon K, Korngut L, Lowerison M*, James M, Wilton SB, Williamson T, Gill S, Drogos LL*, Smith EE, Vohra S, Hill MD, Thabane L. Registry-based randomized controlled trials: advantages, challenges and areas for future research. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2016; in press.
  • Tyndall AV*, Argourd L, Sajobi TT, Davenport MH, Forbes SC, Gill SJ, Parboosingh JS, Anderson TJ, Wilson BJ, Smith EE, Hogan DB, Hill MD, Poulin MJ. Cardiometabolic risk factors clustered around metabolic syndrome and apolipoprotein E 2 genotype predict cerebrovascular health in older adults: results from the Brain in Motion study. Physiological Reports 2016; 4(8):e12733. 
  • Liang Z, Awosoga O, Santana M, Southern D, James M, Wilton SB, Sajobi TT. Response shift in coronary artery disease: Results from the Alberta Provincial Project for Outcome Assessment in Coronary Heart Disease Study. Quality of Life Research 2016; 25(Suppl 1): 127-127.
  • Menon BK, Sajobi TT, Zhang Y, Rempel JL, Shuaib A, Thornton J, Hosp B, Williams D, Roy D, Poppe AY,Jovin TG, Sapkota B, Baxter BÍž Krings T, Silver FL, Frei DF, Fanale C, Tampieri DI, Teitelbaum J, Lum C, Dowlatshahi DD, Eesa M, Lowerison MW*, Kamal N, Demchuk AM, Hill MD, Goyal M; ESCAPE Investigators. Analysis of workflow and time to treatment on thrombectomy in the ESCAPE ESCAPE randomized controlled trial. Circulation 2016; E133(23):2279-86.