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Nwaopara AO , B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D, is a Professor of Human Anatomy presently lecturing and researching at the Dept of Human Anatomy, Edo University Iyamho, Edo State. He made great impact while at Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma and the Ondo State University of Medical Science He is skilled in Innovative Scientific thought processing
Chukwuemeka R Nwokocha, Ph.D., in Med Physiol, & Ph.D. in Env Health Biology, Professor @ the Dept of BMS, the Uni of West Indies at Mona. Research Interest is in Cardiol/Toxicol, Aromatic Plants, Plant Medicine, Healing Herbs/Plants, The recent publication is ‘The Role of NADP(H) Oxidase Inhib and Its Implications in Cardiac Dis Mgt with Plant Products.
Sadiq Yusuf Ph.D. is a Professor in Human Physiology and the VC, Uganda Technology, & Management University, (UTAMU). Professor Sadiq Yusuf is talented in software engineering and the use of advanced tech to deliver medical education. Interested in Cardiovascular and Neuro Physiology using Drosophila melanogaster as a model
Okonkwo Onyeka Chukwudi, BMR (Physiotherapy), BMR(Physiotherapy) UNN, M.Sc.Human Physiology, Unijos, Jos, Ph.D. Human Physiology ABSU, Abia state, Nigeria. Senior Lecturer and Researcher at the Department of Human Physiology Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria. He is interested in Lipids profile, hypoglycemia, pains, Blood, toxicity and HIV infection, and AIDS Research and innovations
Ahmad Adekilekun TIJANI is a holder of MBBS, MSc (Anatomy), and Ph.D. (Anatomy). He is currently Professor of Anatomy and Director of Higher Degrees and Research at Kampala International University W/C, Ishaka-Uganda. He has published several journal articles in Microscopic Anatomy and Anatomical/Medical Edu, a number of chapters in books, and has edited and authored books.
AKINLOLU, Abdulazeez Adelaja (Ph.D.) is a Reader/Associate Professor of Human Anatomy at the Anatomy/Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences University of Medical Sciences Ondo, Nigeria. He is skilled in Molecular and Stem Cells Biology, Neuroscience, Human Genetics, Medical Genetics, Forensic Science, and Drug Discovery from plants’ sources
Peter Ekanem, BSc, MSc, MBA, Ph.D., is a Professor in Human Anatomy at the College of Health Sciences, Mekelle University. Mekelle, Ethiopia. Prof Peter was formerly at KIU Uganda and Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria. He is a Neuro-Anatomist skilled in the proteomics of the Hippocampus. He is interested in drosophila and aloe research for better insight into the body structure
ANN MONIMA LEMUEL, B.Sc, M.Sc, a core Anatomist and Assistant Lecturer at the Dept of Human Anatomy, Kampala International University since 2018. Her current research interest is in reproductive biology. Her latest publication is, Community Drivers, Affecting Adh to WHO Guidelines Against COVID-19 Amongst Rural Ugandan Market Vendors published in Frontiers in Public health
Samuel Sunday Dare, B.Sc, M.Sc Is a Lecturer of Human Anatomy at KIU, Uganda. Samuel does research in Neuroscience, Genetics Anthropology, and Anatomy. The current project is ‘Antiseizure activity of Annona senegalensis on Drosophila Melano. using behavioral analysis, molecular biology, and histology techniques. He is now the school of Medicine at Kabale University Uganda
Shamaila Saleem. MBBS from FJMC & Ph.D. in Physiology from the University of Lahore.WORKING as Associate Professor in Sahara Medical College, Narowal. Worked as Assistant Prof. In UOL Lahore Pakistan and as Lecturer in Qassim College of Medicine and Dentistry KSA. My skills are RNA transfection, Genomics, Western Blotting, Endocrinology, Stress markers analysis, Schizophrenia, etc
Ssempijja Fred, DCM, BMLS, MSc, (KIU) is an Anatomist with an interest in human Anatomy, human and zoonotic medicine and health sciences, life sciences, and biomedical research, project management, and implementation, environmental toxicology, as well as Life sciences, I have worked and contributed to generate information to influence policy for the control of COVID-19 community transmissions in Uganda.
Sunday Abba, B.Sc, M.Sc is a Lecturer in Human Anatomy at the Kogi State University, Abocho, Nigeria. He has lectured Human Anatomy at KIU Uganda and Makelle University, Ethiopia. His research focuses on the impact of neurotoxins eg mercury and Nutmeg on the brain regions responsible for learning and memory and the Anatomy of cells under the influence of neurotoxins on the viability, & regenerative tendencies
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