Dr. Charles D. Boison holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana, and a master’s degree from Troy State University, Alabama, USA. He obtained his doctorate from Walden University, Minnesota, USA, in Public health, with specialization in epidemiology in 2016.
While embarking on his doctoral program at Walden University, Dr. Boison did extensive research on the determinants of obesity-related health issues. These culminated in Dr. Boison’s desire to focus his research on the relationship between family income and obesity. It was this passion that gave birth to his book, “Relationship between Family Income and Obesity.”
Dr. Boison is an Active Duty Officer of the United States Public Health Service. Prior to being commissioned into the USPHS, he served in the U.S. Navy for seven years. He’s achieved several awards while in the U.S Navy and currently with the USPHS.
Dr. Boison is a Consumer Safety Officer/Investigator for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. He is the author of Spiritual Militants, which was published in Ghana in 1996. He has authored several public health-related articles while on Active Duty.
Dr. Boison is married to Lydia, and they are the parents of three children; Davina, Janelle, and Joelle.