Bankole Falade is a scientist, journalist and social psychologist with teaching and research interests in science and health communication; science, religion and public life; media and communication studies, text mining and survey research.

He is a Visiting Fellow of the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Sciences (DPBS), London School of Economics and Political Science where he was awarded a Masters in Social and Public Communication and a PhD in Social Psychology. Post PhD at the LSE, he taught the MSC course, ‘The Social Psychology of Health Communication’ and was co-director of the MSc Health, Community and Development Programme at the DPBS. He also lectured on a number of other courses at the MSc and undergraduate levels in Societal Psychology, Social Psychology of Communications and Methods for Social Research. He was also at the University of Bielefeld, Germany as a post-doctoral researcher.

Bankole is currently on the advisory board of the International Research Network of the Centre for Science Knowledge and Belief in Society based in Newman University, United Kingdom. He is also the data editor of the Cultures of Science Journal of the National Academy of Innovation Strategy, China Association for Science and Technology. He is actively engaged with international networks of researchers, MACAS on text mining of big data.

His publishing profile is on ORCID