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Prof AkinwusiProf. Akinwusi Patience Olayinka
Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences
Dean’s Office, Faculty of Clinical Sciences

Email: pat.akinwusi@uniosun.edu.ng

She has B.Sc (Hons) Health-Sciences 1980, MBCHB 1983 (both from the University of Ife, now Obafemi  Awolowo University Ile- Ife), FWACP Oct 1993, FAHA 2015, FESC 2016.  She worked as Medical officer/ Consultant physician/ Cardiologist with Oyo/ Osun State Hospitals Management Board and as a Resident Doctor with OAUTHC, Ife at various times; LAUTECH (2001-2010), served there as Ag Dean and Provost CHS and Osun State University (2010 till date). Has 2 TETFund grants.

Teaching-Physiology Courses.  Research-> 60 publications, others on-going. Service – Dean, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, Senate representative in Council till 25/06/2017, Chairman, University Staff Disciplinary Committee, Advocate for good Cardiovascular Health, Chairman Health Research Ethics Committee, Editorial board member of Uniosun Journal of Sciences and Research Journal of Health-Sciences. External examiner to OAU, Examiner West African College of Physicians, Reviewer to many local and international Journals.

Has over 60 publications in the areas of Extensive use of echocardiography to detect the pattern of anatomic and functional changes in hypertensive Nigerians, relationship of these changes to their exercise capacity using six minute walk test, bicycle ergometer or treadmill.Pattern of cardiovascular function and Electrocardiographic changes in normal pregnancy in Nigerians and during  oesophagogastroduodenoscopy. Also on Cardiovascular epidemiology and chronic Non-Communicable Disease Prevention. Has 2 ongoing TETFund Research Grants....


Prof AlebiosuProfessor ALEBIOSU Christopher Olutayo, BSc, MBChB, FWACP
Department of Medicine
Email: olutayo.alebiosu@uniosun.edu.ng

 Professor ALEBIOSU Christopher Olutayo  is a Consultant Physician and a fellow of the West African College of Physicians, with research interests in Hypertension, Diabetes and Nephropathy. He had his BSc & MBChB degrees from the Obafemi Awolowo University (1978-1985) and his postgraduate medical training at the University College Hospital, Ibadan (1999). He was appointed Dean Clinical Sciences in October, 2100, thereafter appointed Provost, College of Health Sciences, Osun State University from 2011August to September 2016. He was a member of the Governing Council of the University from 2012 to 2017. He is the Editor in Chief of both the Research Journal of Health Sciences, and the Uniosun Journal of Sciences. He is the current Provost, Postgraduate College Osun State University.

I coordinate all meetings of the PG School Board. I also exercise general superintendence over academic and administrative matters of the PG College. I am expected to present to convocation for the conferment of degrees, persons who have qualified for degrees of the University at examinations held in the branches of learning for which responsibility is allocated to the PG College.

My research activities focus mainly on male reproductive toxicity. In the last decade, I have investigated the effects of some pharmacological agents such as antimalarial agent, oral contraceptives, antidepressant and additives alongside their mechanisms of action with implication for fertility/infertility in both in vivo and in vitro experimental models. 
My studies established that Nicotine, Norgestrel, Quassin, Arthemeter and Amitriptyline inhibited sperm functions in animal and human studies. Inhibition of testicular steroidogenesis was the major focus of their actions. They also impacted negatively on male reproductive functions through hypothalamao-hypophyseal- gonadal axis. This could be a major factor among others, attributed for the decline in sperm quality and quantity and thus declined fertility potential in man over the last century.


 

HassanDr. HASSAN, Mustapha Busuyi
Senior Lecturer, Department of Surgery
Room 2-23, CHS Building, UNIOSUN

Email: mustapha.hassan@uniosun.edu.ng

Dr. Mustapha B Hassan, is a Senior Lecturer, College of Health Sciences, Osun State University, Oke Baale, Osogbo, Nigeria and Visiting Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon to State Hospital, Ilesa under a special arrangement between the University and the State Government of Osun.

Dr. Mustapha B Hassan received his MBBS degree in 1994 from the University of Lagos and his FMCOph in 2004 from Nigeria Postgraduate Medical College followed by FWACS in 2005 (Ophthalmology) from the West Africa College of Surgeons. He joined Osun State University in 2010 as a Lecturer I and is currently a Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology, Surgery Department of the College of Health Sciences and a Visiting Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon to State Hospital, Ilesa under a special arrangement between the University and the State Government of Osun.

He is presently engaged in teaching Gross Anatomy, Embryology as well as Histology to 200, 300 and 400 level students in the College of Health sciences. He has put in 7 years in the service of the University in addition to several years of teaching Nursing and Medical students in the public service of Osun State as well as medical students in LAUTECH. He is also engaged in several research projects and administrative duties as member/chairman of University and College Committees.

He is currently engaged in the following research works:

1. Cow Horn Injury of the Eye - A case report and Review of Literature.

2. Patterns of Ocular surgery done at a Secondary Eye Care facility in Osogbo.

3. Measles and its complications on the Eye.

4. Diabetic Eye Diseases in a Secondary Eye care centre

5. Pattern of Eye disorders in a University community and in a cohort of Boarding Secondary School students.

 He also has Published 16 articles in various local and international scientific Journals and has numerous oral presentations at Scientific Conferences – both local and international. 

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