Dr. Robert Too's career in Statistics started way back in 1990 when he joined Kenyatta University to pursue a BSc. Degree program in Double Mathematics, majoring in statistics. He joined the Ministry of Finance and Planning in 1995 and worked for the Kenya Bureau of Statistics for 10 years as a Statistician II. During this period at KNBS, he participated in the design and implementation of several health surveys and census programs including Multiple Indicator cluster Survey (MICS), Drugs and Substance abuse Survey, National Sample Survey & Evaluation Program NASSEP (IV), National Population and Housing census among other studies. It was while serving at the Bureau of statistics that he got a scholarship to join an Mphil Program in Biostatistics at Moi University and graduated in 1998. After completing his Masters Program, he went back to work for the Bureau of Statistics in the same capacity. He later got a scholarship to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Economic Policy Management at University of Ghana, Legon. In 2005, he joined Moi University as a Lecturer at the School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology and became the Head of department for 3 years (2017-2019). He was the Kenyan focal person for  CTC-A project (2015-2017) involving seven Universities of public health in Africa giving postgraduate scholarship to students to undertake research on Tobacco use and control in Africa. The project graduated a total of 20 students from the partnering institutions. He later moved to the School of Science and Aerospace Studies where he is currently teaching Biostatistics, mentoring students and conducting research. His area of research interest is Evaluation of intervention programs.