Adesuwa Olomu

Adesuwa  Olomu
  • Blanch B. and Frederick C. Swartz Endowed Professor
  • Established through a gift from Dr. Frederick C. and Mrs. Blanch B. Swartz
  • Medicine


Dr. Ade Olomu MD, MS, FACP, is the Blanch B. & Frederick C Swartz Endowed Professor of Medicine. Dr. Olomu is a health services researcher and director of the Office-GAP Program, designed to improve cardiovascular disease (CVD) outcomes for diabetic and CVD patients.

Dr. Olomu attended medical school at the University of Benin in Nigeria, did her residency in internal medicine at Michigan State, and completed a fellowship in the gastroenterology and liver unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England. She also has a master’s degree and a Certificate of Epidemiology and Biostatistics from Michigan State.

Dr. Olomu is nationally and internationally recognized for her scholarly activities and has won multiple local, national and international awards. She is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Olomu have been a PI on projects funded by NIH, BCBSM Foundation, Agency for Health Care and Research Quality (AHRQ) Career Development Award, and Michigan Health Endowment Fund. She is a fellow of the Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM). Dr. Olomu has mentored many students, resident doctors, and junior faculty over the years. She has published her research work in several reputable peer review journals and written many book chapters.