Enyi Anosike received his primary medical education from the college of Medicine of the University of Nigeria, completing his studies in 1998.
Followed shortly from this, he commenced post graduate medical training and experience in Community Psychiatry in S.E England whilst developing a parallel career in Public Health Medicine which saw him obtain a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2004), as well as a Master of studies degree in Public Health Medicine from Homerton College, University of Cambridge (2007).
Keen to further his training in a manner particularly useful to low and medium income countries, he sought further study in Health systems development, Quality Management, and health projects Monitoring and Evaluation from the International Health department of the Institute of Public Health, University of Heidelberg Germany.
Enyi Anosike is actively involved in work in Mental Public Health, providing strategic support through an NGO Amaudo UK, of which he is a trustee and chair of project committee, to a Residential and Rehabilitation Community Psychiatry project in South Eastern Nigeria.
He is also actively engaged in research, curriculum development and health worker training for Community Health nurses and village health workers.
As well as his work in Public Health, Enyi continues to find the time to work as a clinician, actively managing patients in community care facilities in deprived areas of North- Western England.