Enembe Okokon is a Nigerian physician who graduated in 1999 from the University of Calabar. He completed residency in Community Medicine in 2008. He did a Master's degree in General Toxicology and Environmental Health Risk Assessment in the University of Eastern Finland (UEF). He also has a PhD in Environmental Physics, Health, and Biology from the UEF. Enembe has participated in national and international research projects through his affiliation with Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare. His work has focused on themes of air pollution and noise epidemiology and exposure assessments. He has investigated risk relationships between traffic related noise and air pollution and clinical endpoints such as insomnia, anxiety, depression, respiratory disease and cardiovascular disease. His current work pertains to health risks imposed by climate change on urban populations. His interests include statistical modelling, data mining, and basic and advanced research synthesis.