Nigeria wins World Championship-2018 in Cellular Pathology

Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor from Nigeria wins World Championship - 2018 in Cellular Pathology


  



 

Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor

are

The Pride of Nigeria



World Champions Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor are most important assets for Nigeria, recognized by International Agency for Standards and RatingsWorld Champions Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor is recognized as Father of modern Cellular Pathology. The purpose of the award is to identify brilliant scientists and academicians around the world through World Championship. The World Championship is organized by International Agency for Standards and Ratings at international level. Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor, (World Champions and Fellow, Directorate of Cellular Pathology, IASR) plays a vital role in advancement of scientific knowledge in Cellular Pathology. World Championship-2018 in Cellular Pathology acknowledges the outstanding international contributions and is selected based on international meritorious competition. IASR extends best wishes for your endeavours enlightening scientific domain with your efforts. Your research article is winner among 5964 nominations from 94 countries, screened for the World Championship-2018 in Cellular Pathology. IASR recognizes Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor among World's 500 Most Influential Experts in Cellular Pathology for the Year 2018 on Earth.



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Clinical Pathology 

Image Analysis 

Molecular Pathology

Mouse Embryo Phenotyping 

NTP Laboratory Animal Medicine Program 

NTP Pathology

Pathology Support


What is Cellular Pathology?

Cellular pathology is the study of disease in organs, tissues and cells. Histopathology and cytopathology are key diagnostic tests in the initial detection and diagnosis of cancer and other diseases supported by modern molecular techniques. Consultant cellular pathologists are able to provide information on prognosis and help to appropriately direct therapies in post diagnostic treatment. The cervical cytology screening program detects latent disease in well women and plays an important part in cancer prevention.


World Champion Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor


NAME: Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor

DATE OF BIRTH: November 02, 1945

PLACE OF BIRTH & ORIGIN: Ohovbe Quarters, Ikpoba-Okha LGA, Edo State. 

MARITAL STATUS: Married to my wife (Rhonda Nike Agbonlahor

  and Blessed with five children. 

(i)   Prof. Mrs. Faith Efosa Oviasogie (UNIBEN)   

(ii)  Arch. Mrs. Joy Osaretin Baderin (AD,FMoND)

(iii) Adesuwa Agbonlahor     

(iv) Edosa Agbonlahor     

(v)  Christian Agbonlahor     

NATIONALITY: Nigerian 

CURRENT ADDRESS: Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical 

Centre, N0 121, Old Benin -Agbor Road,

  Ohovbe-Ogbeson Quarters, Ikpoba Hill,

   Benin City, Edo State.


WEBSITE www.lahor.ng 

PRIMARY SPECIALIZATION: Medical Microbiology 


PRESENT OCCUPATION: Professing Medical Microbiology &                               

   Consultant Medical Laboratory Scientist.       


13      COMPLETED MAJOR ASSIGNMENTS: 

Vice Chancellor, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Nigeria 

  (03-06-99 to 03 - 06  - 2004)

Chairman, Medical Laboratory Science  Council of Nigeria 

  (2004-2007; 2009 – 2011)

Member, APC National Screening Committee of 2015 Presidential Candidates  –Dec., 2014 

Member, Board of Management, UNTH, Enugu  -   April, 2005 – 2007

Member, Ministerial Committee on Intramural Professional Practice -     July, 2005

Member, Presidential Committee of Experts on Inter-Professional 

Relationships in the Public Health Sector.         -   September, 2013 

Chairman, Edo State Teachers’ Screening/Recruitment Committee     -  October     2014 

Chairman, Edo State Staff Verification Committee in Tayo Akpata University of Education, Ekiadolor and its Campuses.     -        2015 

Chairman, Edo State Screening Committee of Political Appointees (Commissioners, SSAs, SAs, etc) from March to May, 2017.  


EDUCATION:

i. St. Matthew’s Primary School, Benin City - 1952 – 1958

ii. Holy Trinity Grammar School, Sabongidda-Ora - 1960 – 1964 

iii. Paddington Technical College, London  - 1970 – 1972 

iv. Paddington Technical College, London  - 1975 – 1976 

v. College of Medicine, University of Lagos  - 1979 – 1983 


14b ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS 

   i. AIMLS (London, 1972) - (Higher National Diploma in Medical

  Microbiology Awarded by the Institute

   of Medical Laboratory Sciences, London)


  ii. FIBLS (London, 1976) - (Postgraduate Special Fellowship in

  Medical Microbiology of the Institute

  of Biomedical Laboratory Science,

  London).


  iii. M.Sc. (Lagos 1981) - (Medical Microbiology)


  iv. Ph.D. (Lagos, 1984) - (Medical Microbiology)


  v. FRCPath (London, 2003) - Fellowship of the Royal College of

  Pathologists (London).

  vi.     FAS (Nigeria, 2014)                     -          Fellow, Nigerian Academy of Science


15. TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

I have for about 40 years taught and examined Medical Microbiology courses on part-time and full-time basis in the following tertiary institutions:


  A. Part-time (at HND Level):

i. Federal College of Medical Health and Husbandry,

National Vet. Res. Institute (NVRI), Vom - 1972 – 1980 


ii. Federal College of Medical & Veterinary

Laboratory Sciences, NVRI, Vom - 1972 – 1980   

B. Part-time (at University level):

i. College of Medicine, University of Lagos-tutorials 

and practical to Medical Students  - 1981 – 1983 


ii. University of Jos-lectures and practicals to Medical

  Students as visiting Senior Lecturer            - July & August 1987

iii. Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences,

University of Sokoto (Adjunct Lecturer)           -   2006 – date


C. Full-time (University Appointment):

i. Appointed Senior Lecturer, Bendel State University 

(now Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma) - 1985 – 1988 


ii. Appointed Professor of Microbiology, Bendel State University 

(now Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma)   -     June 14th, 1988


iii. Appointed Vice-Chancellor, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma –3/6/99-2/6/04

iv. Appointed Igbinedion University Consultant  - 1/09/04 – 31/12/05


v. Appointed Executive Director, IUO

International Education Centre -          1/01/06 – 31/08/06



vi. Back to Ambrose Alli University 

Ekpoma (Dept. of Microbiology)  - 1/09/06 – 30/09/08

Vii Voluntarily retired from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma -  30/09/08

Viii Appointed as Professor of Medical Microbiology on contract

   at the Niger Delta University, Department of Medical Laboratory

   Science, Bayelsa State.   - 02/10/08 - date 

16a RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE 

i.  National Veterinary Research Institute, Vom (1965-1969) where I worked as Animal Vaccine Production Technician and in Microbiology Research Laboratories.

 

ii. Central Middlesex Hospital, London (1970-1972) where I worked in the Diagnostic and Public Health Laboratories of the Department of Microbiology and Public Health. 

 

iii. National Veterinary Research Institute, Vom (1972-1975) where I worked in the Diagnostic and Investigation Laboratories carrying out Public Health Services and Research into the Aetiology and Epidemiology of Animal and Human Infectious Diseases.


iv. St. Georges Hospital, Toothing, London (1975-1977) where I worked in the Diagnostic and Public Health laboratories of the Department of Microbiology and Public Health


v. Returned to NVRI, Vom (1977-1979) where I involved with Routine Diagnostic and Researchers into animal and human zoonotic diseases. 


vi. Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, College of Medicine, University of Lagos for post-graduate training (1979-1983).


vii. Returned to NVRI, Vom (1983-1984) where I carried out researches into zoonotic diseases and occasionally acted as the Head of the Diagnostic and Investigation Division. 


viii. Appointed Senior Lecturer (1985) in Bendel State University, Ekpoma (now Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma).


ix. Appointed Professor (1988) by Bendel State University, Ekpoma 

16b FURTHER RESEARCH EXPOSURE AT INTERNATIONAL CENTRES 

i. Veterinary Laboratory, Weybridge, Surrey, England: Experience on Human and Animal Brucellosis, October, 1976 – February, 1977.


ii. International Centre for Diarrhoeal Diseases Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR, B): Investigations into the Enterotoxigenicity and Entroinvasiveness of Diarrheagenic Bacteria, October, 1981 – December, 1981.


iii. Professor Wauter’s Laboratory, University of Brussels (University De Catholique), Brussels, Belgium: Experience on Plasmid Analysis, Pathogenicity and Virulence Studies on Yersinia enterocolitica. April – July, 1983.

17. ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGERIAL EXPERIENCES IN THE UNIVERSITY 

i. Head of Microbiology Unit, Department of Biological Sciences,      

   Bendel State University, Ekpoma  - 1985 - 1988 


ii. Sub-Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences,

Bendel State University, Ekpoma - 1986 - 1988

iii. Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences,

Bendel State University, Ekpoma  - 1988 - 1992  


iv. Chairman, Pre-Degree (Sciences) Committee, 

Bendel State University, Ekpoma - 1986 - 1988

v. Chairman, Faculty Board of Natural Sciences 

Bendel State University, Ekpoma - 1988 - 1992

vi. Chairman, Faculty Board of Basic Medical Sciences,

Edo State University, Ekpoma - 1993 - 1996


vii. Chairman, Committee of Deans of Edo State University,   -      January,  1991

Ekpoma.       to August, 1992

viii. Chairman, Committee of Deans of Sciences of Nigeria 

State-owned Universities - 1991 - 1992


ix. Chairman, University Ceremonial Committee  - 1992 - 1996


x. Member, Joint Council-Senate Committee on Selection/ -  November, 1988

Appointment of Vice-Chancellor for Bendel State, Ekpoma  to December, 1988


xi. Member of Senate, Bendel (Now Edo State University, Ekpoma) - 1986 - 2008


xii. Member of Governing Council, Bendel State (now Edo State)

University, Ekpoma - 1986 - 1987


xiii. Member, Bendel State (now Edo State) University 

Finance and General Purposes Committee - 1989 - 1997


xiv. As a Chairman, Committee of Deans I occasionally acted -       January, 1991

for the Vice-Chancellor in his absence      to  August, 1992


xv. Dean, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences,  - April, 1993

Edo State University, Ekpoma, Nigeria          to July, 1996


xvi. Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) -         January, 26th  

  Edo State University, Ekpoma, Nigeria                          1994 to May                         

              31st, 1997

xvii. As DVC, I occasionally acted for the VC in his absence  - 1994 - 1997

xviii. Vice-Chancellor, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma -      June 3rd , 1999

        to June, 2, 2004

xix. Appointed Administrative Consultant to -         Sept. 1st 2004

  Igbinedion University, Okada.                  to Sept. 1st 2006 



xx Appointed Contract Professor to Department of Medical 

Laboratory Sciences, Niger Delta University,

   Wilberforce Island  - 2008


18. OTHER NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS: 

i. Member, Bendel State Health Advisory Committee   - 1990 - 1991

ii. Member, Bendel State Science and Technology Advisory Committee - 1990 - 1992

iii. Member, Edo state University Edict Drafting Committee   -     Oct-Dec, 1991

iv. Member, Governing Council, College of Education, Ekiadolor   -      1992 - 1993

v. Member, Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital Management Board  - 1993 - 1994

vi. Financial Secretary, Nigerian Society for Microbiology   - 1994 - 1986

vii. National President, Association of Medical Laboratory 

Scientist of Nigeria. - 1988 - 1996

viii. National President, Biotechnology Society of Nigeria  - 2003 - 2006

ix. Appointed by the Federal Ministry of Health to serve in the 

Sexually transmitted Diseases Guidelines Drafting Committee  - Sept., 1995

x. Leader of the 3-man team appointed jointly by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Federal Ministry of Health to write the manual Entitled “Biosafety Guidelines for Laboratory Staff and other Health Workers in contact with dangerous pathogens with emphasis on HIV 


xi African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM) Ambassador  

for Nigeria  -    October, 2012 to date  


xii Member, National Committee on the control of Lassa fever in Nigeria -    2016


xiii. Member, International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Science (IFBLS)

   Advisory Committee for Medical Microbiology.  -       2016


xiv APC Leader, Edo State (Ward 3, Ikpoba Okha LGA). 


19.  ACADEMIC  DISTINCTIONS/HONOURS  

i. British Council Scholarship to undertake the AIMLS Programme in London  1970-1972 

ii. Federal Government Fellowship Award for FIMLS Programme in London    1975-1977

iii. Federal Government Scholarship for Ph.D. Programme             1982-1984

iv. External Examiner to Rivers State University of Science and Technology:

  B.Sc. Microbiology.               1984-1985, 1992

v. External Examiner to Department of Medical Microbiology and    M.Sc. 1989-1991

Parasitology: B.Sc. Microbiology    Ph.D. 1989-1990

vi. External Examiner, University of Nigeria, NSUKKA (DVM – Final

Microbiology, 1990, 1991 and 1992 and BMLS Programme of

Microbiology, Enugu Campus)    1991, 1992, 1993

vii. Served as Leader of the NUC Accreditation Team (1990/91)

  for Science Programmes at the River State University of 

   Science and Technology, Port-Harcourt     

viii. External Examiner, University of Benin, Department of Microbiology

  for B.Sc, MSC & Ph.D. Programmes between 1990 and 2008.

ix. External Examiner, Obafemi Awolowo University, M.Sc. Microbiology (1991).

x. External Examiner, University Calabar for M.Sc & Ph.D. programmes (1994 to 2003)

xi. External Examiner, University of Port-Harcourt Ph.D. (1992 to date)

xii. External Assessor, Institute of Medical Laboratory Sciences Professional Examination

  in Bacteriology (1982 to 1998).

xiii. External examiner, University of Ibadan, Ph.D. (1996). 

xiv. Editor-in-Chief, the Journal of Medical Laboratory Sciences (1991 to 2000).

xv. Reviews articles for several learned scientific journals 

xvi. Have continued to serve as external assessor of academic Publications for Professor and Readership Appointments for almost all Nigerian Universities where Medical Microbiology is offered.


xvii. Served as Consultant to World Health Organization (WHO) and the Federal Ministry of Health on Dangerous Microbial pathogens. 


xviii. Member, NUC accreditation visitation teams to Rivers State University of Science & Technology in 1989 (where I lead the term) and University of Uyo, Abia State University and Imo State University (all in 2002).


xix. “MAN OF THE YEAR 2002 AWARD” by the American Biographical Institute. 

xx. Positively assessed academically and professionally as a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologist (FRCPath, London, 2003), given the quantum and quality of my peer-reviewed publications.  

20. INAUGURAL LECTURE

D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1998): Mankind Exploited, Microbes Revolted and their Maker Intervened: Being the 9th Inaugural Lecture of the Edo State University, Ekpoma, Nigeria, pp 1-42


21. DEGREE PROJECTS SUPERVISED

 a. Ph.D. Projects: 

To date, I have supervised Fourteen Ph.D. students who have been awarded their degrees. 

  They are:

i. Dr. (Mrs.) E.O. Igunbor: “Studies on occurrence and characteristics of Yersinia species Isolated from Bendel State of Nigeria” – Ph.D. thesis, University of Benin, 1991.


ii. D. Roland N. Ndip: “Immunological Studies of Plesiomonas shigeloides Isolated in Nigeria”- Ph.D. thesis, Edo State University, Ekpoma, 1994.


iii. Dr. Reuben A.U. Nwobu: “Studies on the Pathogenicity of Clinical Isolates of Candida species” – Ph.D. thesis, Edo State University, Ekpoma, 1994.


iv. Dr. E.O. Abulu: “Prenatal and Foetal Exposure to aflatoxin” – Ph.D. thesis, Edo State University, Ekpoma, 1995.


v. Dr. J.A. Ogunbanjo: “Studies on the Effect of Anti-Protozoal Drug on species of Trypanosomes” – Ph.D. thesis, Edo State University, Ekpoma, 1997.


vi. Dr. Ben Owhe-Ureghe: “Immunological and Antimicrobial susceptibility studies on local isolates of Yersinia species” – Ph.D. thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 1999.

 

vii. Dr. Roseline Ekiomado Uzeh (Mrs.): “Microbiological and Nutritional Studies on Fermented magi (Hibiscus asper Hook, F.)” – Ph.D. thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2000.


viii. Dr. Johnson B. Uhunmwangho: “Isolation and Characterization of Mycobacterial Organisms in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria” – Ph.D. thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2002.


ix. Dr. O.N. Adeyanju: “Studies on the ABO/Rhesus Blood groups, Genotypes, Haematological Parameters and Plasmodiasis in Primary and Secondary School Children in and around Vom in Plateau State of Nigeria” – Ph.D. thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2005


x. Dr. Y. M. Tatfeng: “Host Immunological Determinants and Epidemiology of PFCRT K76T and PFMDRI 86Y mutant genes in Malaria Infection in Edo State, Nigeria” – Ph.D.  Thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2006.


xi. Dr. Lawrence Okoror:“Geographical/Seasonal Distribution And Characterization of Chlamydia In Nigeria” – Ph.D. thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2008.


xii. Dr. Azukaego Thomas Hughs Mokogwu: “Studies of the Occurrence and Exposure to some Mycotoxins in parts of Middle Belt of Nigeria” – Ph.D. thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2008.


xiii. Dr. Mrs. Helen A. Obiazi: “Phenotypic and Molecular Characterization of Salmonella Species Isolated from Clinical and Environmental Sources in Parts of Edo State.” Ph.D Thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2010.


xiv. Dr. Samuel O. Jemitola: “The Influence of Host Blood on Susceptibility and Transmission Potentials of a Glossina Species, Infected with Trypanosomes” – Ph.D Thesis, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, 2010.


b. M.Sc. Project: 

About Thirty M.Sc. graduate projects have so far been completed under my supervision


c. B.Sc. Project

Over 140 B.Sc. undergraduate projects have also been supervised by me.

22. MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETIES/DATE ADMITTED

i. Member, Nigerian Society for Microbiology, (1977)

ii. Fellow, Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria, (1977)

iii. Fellow, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, London, U.K., (1977).

iv. Member, Science Society of Nigeria, (1980).

v. Member, American Society of Microbiology, Washington, D.C. U.S.A (1980)

vi. Fellow, Royal Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London, U.K., (1980).

vii. Member, European Society for Clinical Microbiology, (1987).

viii. Member, Nigeria Society for Immunology, (1990).

ix. Member, New York Academy of Science, (1997).

x. President, Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (2002).

xi. Fellow, Royal College of Pathologists, London (2003).

xii. Foundation Member of African Society for Laboratory Medicine (2010).

xiii. Fellow, Nigerian Academy of Science, FAS (2014).


23. CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS

(a) Development and Deployment of Recombinase Polymerase Amplification (RPA) Assay as a Real-Time and Cost-Effective Molecular Tool for Detection of Lassa Virus In Low-Resource Laboratories.

(b) Distribution and typing of rodents in six geopolitical zones of Nigeria for Lassa viral carriage.


(c) Identification and Characterization of Genetic Determinants of Lassa Virus Susceptibility and the Development, Validation and Deployment of Diagnostic Tools for Lassa Fever Virus – a multicentre proposal being jointly implemented by Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre, Benin City, Department of Organismic and Biology, Harvard University, USA, the Malaria Research Laboratories, IMRAT, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan and Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital, Irrua, Nigeria.  


(d) Molecular Diagnostics and Human DNA Profiling.


24. SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS 

A.  BOOKS: (i)   Questions and Model Answers in Medical Bacteriology (1990): Revised

          2nd edition (1996). Agbonlahor, D.E. Adegbola, R.A. – editors pp. 1-201 

           (ii)  My Fathers & I: A Biotrip of Divinations. D.E. Agbonlahor (2010).

                                   Dennike Media. PP. 1-260.  

(iii) Evolution of Medical Laboratories Science Profession in Nigeria (2014).

         D.E. Agbonlahor (Consultant/Editor in Chief). Printed by Goldpoint

         Communication.


B.  LEARNED JOURNAL PUBLICATION 

1. A.E.J. OKOH; I. ALEXIEV & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1979). Brucellosis in dogs in Kano, Nigeria, Trop, Anim. Health Prod. 10: 219 – 220.

  2. D.E. AGBONLAHOR & ADAM (1979). Bovine Abortion due to Pseudomonas  fluorescence Ni. J. Me. Lab. Techn. 4(20): 22-25.


3. A.A MANKINDE & D.E. AGBONLAHOR. (1979). A Case of Cutaneous Nocardiosis in a calf. Nig. Vet. J. J.8(2): 78 – 76


4. T.O. ODUGBEMI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, S.A. ALEYE & U.G. OLERI (1980). Studies on haemolytic and antimicrobial properties of Esecherichia coli. Strains isolated from clinical specimens in Lagos J. Pharm. Med. Sci. 4(5): 237 – 240. 


5. TI.O. OSIYEMI & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1980). Incidence of protozoan blood parasites in Livestock in Northern Nigeria Trop. Hlth Prod. 12: 155. 

6. A.A. MAKINDE & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1980). Isolation of a pseudomonad Q from an ovine liver abscess Nig. Vet. J. 9: 53-56.


7. O. OGUNBI, O.O. HUNPONU-WUSU, A.O. COKER, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, R. C. UZOMA, O. OGUNDTADE & E.O. SOKANKE (1980). Bacterial and Viral Agents Associated with Diarrhoeal Diseases in Lagos-Nigeria. Global Impacts of Appli. Microbiol (GLAM VI). (In Emejuaiwe, Ogunbi & Sanni – Editors). Academic press, 427-434


8. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, T.O. ODUGBEMI & Q. LASI (1981). Isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica from stools of acute gastroenteritis cases in Lagos, Nigeria East African Med. J. 58(7): 520-524.


9. A.E.J. OKOH, D.E. AGBONLAHOR & M. MOMOH (1981). Toxoplasmosis in Nigeria – A Serological Survey. Trop. Anim. Hlth. Proc. 13: 137-143. 


10. A.O. ADENUGA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR & T.O. ODUGBEMI (1981). Pasteurella multocida meningitis: a case report. Central Afr. J. Med. 27(2): 29 – 30.


11. A. OYEJIDE, T.L.I. OSIYEMI & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1981). Human Escherichia coli O. Serogroups in associations with piglet diarrhea. Nig. Vet. J. 19(1) 3-6.


12. T.I.O. OSIYEMI & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1981). The carrier rate of Salmonella, in healthy cattle and pigs in Jos municipal abattoir. Nig. Vet. J. 10: 18-22.    



13. D.E. AGBONLAHOR & T.O. ODUGBEMI (1982). Enteropathogenic, enterotoxigenic and enteroinvasive Escherichia coli isolated from acute gastroenteritis patients in Lagos, Nigeria. Trans Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 76(2): 265-267. 


14. D.E. AGBONLAHOR & T.O UDUGBEMI & O. OGUMBI (1982). Differential and selective medium for the isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica from stools J. Clinic Microbiol. 15(4): 599-602.


15. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, R.A.O. SHONEKAN, W.H. KOZAK, & A.O. COKER (1982). Aeromonas food poisoning in Nigeria, a case report. Central Afr. J. Med. 28(2): 26-38.


16. T.I.O. OSIYEMI & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1982). The isolation of Salmonellae from indigenous fowls in Jos area in Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 30: 105-106. 


17. A.E. SAMADI, K. WACHSMUTH, M.L., HOQ M. MAHBUD, & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1982). An attempt to detect Yersinia enterocolitica infection Dacca, Bangladesh. Trop. and Geog. Med. 34(2): 151-154.


18. T.I.O. OSIYEMI & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1982). Salmonella in guinea Pigs (cacia parcellus) reared in VOM, Nigeria: Nig. Vet. J. 11 (2): 108 – 109. 


19. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, T.O. ODUGBEMI (1982). Invitro antimicrobial sensitivities of Yersinia enterocolitica isolates in Lagos, Nigeria. Nig. Med. J. 12(2): 175-179.


20. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, T.O. ODUGBEMI & O. OGUNBI (1983). Isolation of species of Yersinia from patients with gastroenteritis in Nigeria. J. Med. Microbiol 16: 93-96.  


21. T.O. ODUGBEMI, A.A. AKINRINLUDE & D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1983). Invtro ACTIVITY OF DISINFECTANTS ON Candida albicans: Implication in the management of recurrent local candidates. Afri. Ann. Med. 1(2): 62-66.


22. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, T.O. ODUGBEMI & P. UDOFIA (1983). Differentiation of Gram-positive and Gram-negative Bacteria and yeast using a modification of “String” Test. Am. J. Med. Techn: 49(3): 177-178. 


23. T.I.O. OSIYEMI & D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1983). Salmonella isolates from the environmental of Jos Municipal Abbatori. Nig. Vet. J. 12(1): 83:84.


24 A.O. COKER, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, O. OGUNBI, A. AHMED AND O. SOLANKE (1983). Oral rehydration of the infants Pediatrics 29: 124 -127. 


25. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1983). The role of Aeromonas in acute diarrhea diseases in Nigeria. Central Africa J. Med. 29(7): 142-145.


26. O. DOSUNMU-OGUNBI, A.O. COKER D.E. AGBONLAHOR, E.O.SOLANKE AND KI.C. UZOMA (1983). Local pattern of acute enteric infections in man-Lagos, Nigeria. International Symposium on Enteric Infections in man and animals. Standard Vol. 53: pp. 277-283. (K. Karger, Basel, 1983).


27. B.A. ONILE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR & T.O. ODUGBEMI (1984). Genital ulcer diseases: Clinical and Laboratory diagnosis of chancroid. The Nig. Practitioner 7(1): 13-17.

28 D.E. AGBONLAHOR, M.A. MOMOH, J. IBU, E.M.L. UCHE, B. DAWUL, J. BADUNG & DOSUMU OGUNBI (1984). The Characterization of diarrhoeagenic Escherichia coli isolated from calves around Jos Plateau, Nigeria. Proceedings of the National Conference on Diseases of Ruminants, pp. 156-167.


29. J.K.P. KWAGA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, L.H. LOMBIN, A.A.: ADESIYUN and A.O. OLATUNDE (1984). Isolation of species of Yersinia from cattle and milk round Zaria: A preliminary report, proceedings of the national Conference on Diseases of Ruminants, pp. 149-154.


30 A.A. ADESIYUN, L.H. LOMBIN, J.KP. KWAGA and D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1984). Some features of the first isolates of Yersinia enterocolitica serogroup o.8 from piglet in Nigeria. Nig. J. Microbiol 4: 97-100.


31. T.I.O OSIYEMI, S.M.A. SYNGE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and T. AGBAVWE (1985). The prevalence of Texoplasm gondii antibodies in man in Plateau State and meat animals in Nigeria. Trans Roy, Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 79: 21-23.


32. LH. LOMBIN, A.A. ADESIYUN, D.E. AGBONLAHOR and J.K.P. KWAGA (1985). Isolation of Yersinia species from pigs in Nigeia. Vet. Records 117-364.


33. AGATHA ANI, M. TAKHASHI, H. SAIDA, W.H. KOZAK, V. KUMAR, R.A.O. SHONEKAN and D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1985). Aetiology of acute diarrhea diseases seen in Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, Nigeria: A preliminary Report. Nig. J. Food Agric 1(3): 151-156.


34. L.H. LOMBIN, A.A. ADESIYUN, M. HARUNA, J.K.P. KWAGA AND D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1986). A SURVEY FOR Yersinia enterocolitica water from ponds streams and wells in Northern Nigeria. Microbiological (Italy), 9: 95-100.


35. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1986). Characteristics of Yersinia intermedial – like bacteria isolated from patients with diarrhea in Nigeria. J. Clin. Microbiol. 23(5): 891-896.


36. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, T.O. ODUGBEMI & DOSUMU-OGUNBI (1986). Prevalence of antibodies to human serogroups of Yersinia enteroclitica in blood donors in Nigeria. Cent. Afr. J. Med. 32(9): 217-220.


37. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and D. D. MAMUAD (1986). Multiple drug resistant Citrobacter freundii infection mimicking typhoid fever. Cent. Afr. J. Med. 32(4): 107-109. 


38. A.A. ADESIYUN L.H. LOMBIN and D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1986). Prevalence of antibodies to Yersinia enterocolitica serogroup 0:3:0:12, 26 in domestic animals in Nigeria. British Vet. J. 142: 381-388.  


39. A.A. ADESIYUN, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and J.K.P KWAGA (1986). Occurrence of Virulence Markers in Species of Yersinia isolated from animals in  Nigeria. Vet. Microbiol. (Netherlands). 12: 289-294.


40. T.O. ODUNGBEMI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and P.E. EKE (1986). Evaluation of the sensitive microdilution method for determination of minimal inhibitory concentration.  Nig. Med. Lab. Tech 5: 41-45. 


41. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.A. ADESIYUN, J.K.P. KWAGA, and LOMBIN (1986). Colonial, Biochemical and Serological Characteristics of Yersina species isolated from animals in Nigeria, Rev. Elev. Med. Vet. Pays (France) 38(49): 419-422. 


42. J.K.P. KWAGA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.A. ADESIYUN, AND L.M. LOBIN (1986). The sensitivity to antimicrobial agents of species of Yersinia isolated from cattle and pigs in Nigeria Vet. Microbial. (Netherlands) 12: 383-388 


43. J.K.P. KWAGA, A.A. ADESIYUN, L.M. LOMBIN, S.M. MIJINYAWA, and D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1986). Culture and serological studies of Yersinosis in Camels in Nigeria. Canadian Vet. J. 28: 42.


44. J.K.P. KWAGA, G.G. KWANASHIE, A.A. ADESIYUN, L.M. LOMBIN & D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1986). The isolation of Yersinia species from polo horses in Northern Nigeria. Nig. Vet. J. 15:96.


45. A.A. ADESIYUN, LOMBIN, O.A. OLATUNDE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and J.K.P. KWAGA (1987). Survival, growth and production of heat stable enterotoxin by Yersinia entercolitica and Yersinia intermedia in sterile milk and fermented milk (Nono), J. Food agric. 1(13): 151:156.


46. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.O. COKER & TOLU ODUGBEMI (1987). Antimicrobial susceptibilities to diarrhoegenic. Compylobacter jejuni and Yersinia entercolitica Cent. Afr. J. Med. 33(60): 149-153.


47. T. OKOROAFOR, A.A. ADESIYUN & D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1988). Prevalence and characteristics of Yersinia enterocolitica, strains isolated from pigs in Jos , Nigeria. British Vet. J. 144: 131-138. 


48. A.O.EZEH and D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1988). Candida topicalis skin infection: A follow-up cases Central Africa J. Med. 34(5): 155-158. 


49. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, M. PARVEZ, O.I. EGUAVOEN (1988). Antimicrobial and antifungal, activities of leaf and flower extracts of Aspilla (Africanan) Latifolia Oliv. Et Hiern, Nig. J. Biotechnology 6: 122-123. 


50. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1991). On the socio-politics and Mysticism of Lassa Fever outbreaks in Nigeria. J. Med. Lab Sci. 1(1): 1-7.

51. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, S.L. OYETUNDE and A.G. LAMORDE (1991). Studies on he Virulence of Yersinia spp. In hen and Embryonated Egg Models. Annals of Nat. Sci. 1(1): 51-66.

52. C.L. OBI, F.I. ESUMEH, M.C. OBI, C.C. KESHA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, et al (1992) Antimicrobial Susceptibility patterns at Lagos isolates of Neisseria  gonorrhoea. J. Med. Lab. Sciences 2: 48-52.


53. C.L. OBI, F.I. ESUMEH, M.C. OBI, C.N. KESHA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1992). Resistance of Hospital isolates of Coagulase positive and coagulase negative staphylococci to antiseptic J. Med. Lab. Sciences 2:  57-61.   


54. U.B. OWHE-UREGHA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and A.O. EKUNDAYO (1993) Bacteriology of some ready-to-eat food marketed in Ekpoma, Nigeria. Nig. Food J. 11: 45-52.

55. C.L. OBI, C.E. ANYIWO, S.N. NATTU, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, F.I. ESUMEH and A. KAPPAS (1993). A comparison of Human Immunodeficiency (HIV) sero-positivity and Hepatitis B. Surface antigenemia (HbsAg) among the same group of apparently Healthy Pregnant Women in Lagos, Nigeria. A preliminary Report. Viral Immono. 6(1): 43-47.  


56. R.O. NWOBU, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, ET AL (1993). The bacteriology of Osteomyelitis Cases seen in Lagos, Nigeria J. Med. Lab. Ci. 3: 37-40. 

57. C.I. OBI, S.C. NWOKOLO, I. ONYESON, J. EKPOKE, R.N. NDIP, E.O. IDUMBOR, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and A.O. EKUNDAYO (1993). Seeming Ineffectiveness of the use of Lectins as Epidemiological Makers for Streptococcus Pyogenes Infections. J. Med. Lab Sci. 3: 49:52.


58. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, S.M. OSUOHA AND I.A. SALIU (1993). Biosafety Guidelines for Laboratory Staff and other Health workers in contact with dangerous pathogens with emphasis on HIV. A manual published by the Federal Ministry of Health Nigeria in Collaboration with the World Health Organization, pp. 1-69. 


  59. E.O. IGUMBOR, OGBIMI, A.O., D.E. AGBONLAHOR, OBI C.L. (1993). Evaluation of the pathogenicity and virulence of Yersinia spp. Isolated in Edo and Delta States of  Nigeria, East Afri. Med. J. 70(12): 803-806.


60. E.O. IGUMBER, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.O. OGBIMI, A.O. EKUNDAYO, J.O. IKE, V. EKUN, F.I. ESUMEH and C.L. OBI (1994). Prevalence of Yersiniosis in Domestic and Wild Animal Populations of Southern Nigeria. J. Med. Lab. Sci. 4:66 – 70. 


61. E.O. IGUMBOR, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.O. OGBEMI, R.N. NDIP (1994). Carriage of Yersinia species by Snails (Achachatina marginata): An epidemiological Survey, Central Afr. J. Med. 40(4): 102-104.


62. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, IMOYERA, P.I. IGUMBOR, E.O. AKHABUE, E.E. EKUNDAYO, A.O. ORHUE, P. OBASUYI, G.O. SOUIDE, M.I. and AGBONLAHOR F.E. (1994). The Bacteriology of Edible African Giant Land Snails (Archachatina maginata): J. Med. Lab. Sci. 4: 26-33. 


63. R.N. NDIP, C.I. OBI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, FAITH E. AGBONLAHOR and J. EPOKE (1994). Prevalence of Plesiomonas shigelloides in Edo and Cross River States of Nigeria; J. Med. Lab. Sci. 4: 44-48.  


64. P. OBOH, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and A.O. EKUNDAYO (1995). Antimicrobial activities of extracts of lime Citrus renitifolia Nig. Annual Nat. Sci. 2: 1-8. 


65. R.N. NDIP, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, C.L. OBI, EUNICE IGUMBOR, LUCY AYAMBA and FAITH E. AGBONLAHOR (1996). Lectins as Diagnostic tools: Reactivities of five plant agglutinins with whole cells of Pleasimonas Shigelloides. J. Med. Lab. Sci. 5: 93-95. 


66. S.A. IKURIOR and D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (1996), Componential and bacterial population changes in refrigerated milk types. J. Med. Lab. Sci. 5: 42-48.


67. M.I. OSUIDE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, O.F. IMARENZOR and E.M. ODENEMA (1996). Carriage of staphylococcus aureus among students of Edo State University, Ekpoma, Nigeria. J. Med. Lab Sci. 5: 65-68.


68. E.O. ABULU, N. URIAH, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, J. ABAI, and P.A. OBOH (1996). Seasonal variation of Aflatoxin foods and body fluids, J. Med. Lab. Sci. 5: 77-81.


69. R.N. NDIP, C.L. OBI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, R.O, IGUMBOR, I.B. ENWEANI and L.M. AYAMBA (1996). Importance of Anti-Plesiomonas antibody in the Protection of rats against infection by Pleasiomonas shigelloides. Afri. J. Health Sci. 3(3): 91:95. 


70. R.N. NDIP, C. L. OBI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, R. O. IGUMBOR, I. B. ENWEANI and L. M. AYAMBA (1996). Anti-Plesiomonas Shigelloids. Agglutinating and complement-fixing antibody in normal individuals and diarrhea patients in Edo State, Nigeria. J. Diarrhea Dis. Res. 14(1): 41-43. 


71. I.B. ENWEANI, C.C. OZAH, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and R.N. NDIP (1996). Dermatophytosis in school children in Ekpoma, Nigeria, Mycoses, 39: 303-305. 


72. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, S.O. EKE, A.O. EKUNDAYO, E. OGA, F.E. AGBONLAHOR, and J.O. IHENYEN (1997). The Microbial burden of ready-to-eat, Garri processed from cassava roots Mannihot utilisima and Mannihot esculenta. J. Med. Lab. Sci. 6: 30-33.  


73. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, M.O. AGHAHOWA, O. IDUKPAE, F.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.O. EKUNDAYO, F.E. EMELE, M.I. OSUIDE, R. OMOREGIE, N.F. ONYEMELUKWE and G.C. OKARA (1997). Baseline Typhodal Antibody Levels in Apparently Healthy Nigerian. Nig. Qt. J. Hospital Med. 7(3): 242-245.


74. F.E. EMELE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR and C.I. EMOKPARE (1997). Antimicrobial Activity of Euphobia hirta leaves collected from two geographically dissimilar regions of Nigeria. Nig. J. Microbiol. 11: 5-10.


75. R.A. NWOBU, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and T.O. ODUGBEMI (1997), Adherence of Candida albicans to human vaginal epithelial cells. East Afr. Med. J. 74(60): 64-66.


76. A.A. EWANG, R.N. NDIP, E.O. AGBOR, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, L.M. AYAMBA, and L.M. EBAH (1998). Trichomonas vaginalis in male urethritis: A two year prevalence study and re-appraisal of current diagnostic methods in Tiko, Cameroon, J. Med. Sci. 7: 21-24.  


77. R.A.U. NWOBU, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and T.O. ODUGBEMI (1998). Resistogram Typing of Candida species in a Lagos Hospital, Nigeria. J. Med. Lab Sci. 7: 128-14.  


78. F.E. EMELE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and C. AHANOTU (1998). Euphorbia hirta leaves and Musa sapientum fruits in culture media for fungi. Mycoses 41: 529-533. 


79. R.N. NDIP, C.L. OBI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, B.U. OWHE-UREGHE L.M. NDIP and I. B. ENWEANI (1999). Serum bactericidal activity against Plesiomonas shigelloides: Role of ABO blood group. J. Sci. Engr. Technol. 6: 1556-1564.


80. J.A. OGUNBANWO, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A. ADAMU, P. DALYOP, S.O. ELESHA and A.F. FAGBENRO-BEYIOKU (2001): Effect of Anti-protozoal drugs and Histopathological Studies on Trypanosome species. FEMS Immumol Med. Microbiol. 30: 73-83.  

81. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, J. J. ABDULIAHI, G.O. NWOBU, J. NJAB, C. ONDODO, O. R. OGIEVA, K. I. J. OKOYE and A. J. ONAJA (2003). The effect of herbal extract (Winniecure) on CD4+ T-lynphocyte counts of asymptomatic HIV-Seropositive individuals. J. Appl. Basic Sci. 1(1 & 2): 3-7.


82. F.E. OVIASOGIE, N. N. EGHAFONA, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, O.J. ENABULELE, P.O. ORHUE AND G.O. NWOBU (2003): Use of commercial and locally prepared antigens in the diagnosis of enteric fever. J. appl. Basic Sci. 1(1 & 2): 22-26. 


83. J. J. ABDULAHI, M.I.J. OKOYE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, G.O. NWOBU, J. E. NJAB, C. NDOBO, R.O. OGIEVA, O.O.G. LAMIDI and A.G. ONOJA (2003). Assessment of Liver and Renal Functions of Asymptomatic Human Immuno Deficiency Virus (HIV)- Seropositive Individuals on Winniecure (Herbal) Therapy. J. Med. Lab Sci. 12(2):     36-41.  


84. Y.M. TATFENG, M. AGBA, G.O. NWOBU AND D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (2003). Candida albicans in urinary tract or in seminal sac. On-line J. Health & Allied Sciences. 2(4): 5-6 


85. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, P.A. AKOMEAH, J.K. MENSAH, F.I. ESUMEH AND A. OGHOLAJA (2004). Petroleum hydrocarbon degrading capabilities of Microbial Isolates from Ripe Pawpaw Fruit. Nig. Ann. Nat. Sciences 5(1): 1-15.


86. J. J. ABDULLAHI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, J.E. NJAB, MC. P.I.J. OKOYE, L.C. ONDOBO, O. R. OGIEVA, G.O. NWOBU, Y. NDEJI, M.A. MOMOH, O.O. LAMIDI and A.J. ONOJA (2004). Effect of a herbal extract (Winniecure) on HIV-1 plama viral load. J. of the Cameroon Aca. Of Science. Vol 4(2): 141-145.  


87. EZEGBUDO C.N. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, NWOBU GO IGWE, CU, AGBA M.I. AND OKPALA O. (2004). The seroprevalence of Hepatiti’s B, surface antigen and human Immunodeficiency Virus among pregnant women in Anambra State Nigeria. Shiraz E- Med. J. 5(2): 4-7.   


88. F.E. EMELE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, M.N. OKOROMA and A.A. FADAHUNSI (2004). A Comparative study of vaginal candidasis in two dissimilar regions of Nigeria-Sokoto and Ekpoma. J. Appl. Basic Sciences. 2 (1 & 2): 29 – 32. 


89. R.A. AGUNLEJIKA, O. FATUROTI, S.S. ARIYIBI, F.I. ESUMEH and D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (2004). Bacteriological quality of selected brands of packaged water ‘pure water’ in Ili-Ife, Nigeria: Public Health Implications. Nig. Ann. Nat. Sciences. 5(2): 53-57.  


90. J.J. ABDULAHI, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, G.O. NWOBU, J.S. DAVID, J.E. NJAB, A.J ONOJA and M. I. J. OKOYE (2004). Evaluation of the Sensitivity and Specificity of Rapid Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) 1 and 2 Test Kits  Commonly Used in  Nigeria.  J. Med. Lab. Science 13(1): 11 – 16. 


91. D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (2004) Strategies for the Reactivation of Human Vaccine Laboratories in Nigeria. J. Med. Lab. Science 13 (1): 1 – 4.

92. OKOROR L.E, AGBONLAHOR D.E, ESUMEH F.I, UMOLU P.I, and P. ORHUE (2004). Seroepidemiological survey of Chlamydia psittaci in poultry farmers in Edo State Nigeria. Proceedings of the 24th annual conference of the Biotechnology Society of Nigeria.  14-23.


93. J.J. ABDULAHI, M. I. J. OKOYE, J.E. NJAB, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and G.O. NWOBU (2005). Sustainable undetectable plasma viral load after treatment with Winniecure (herbal extract). J. of Appl. and Basic Sci. 3(1&2): 37-40.


94. J.J. ABDULAHI, M. I. J. OKOYE, J.E. NJAB, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and G.O. NWOBU (2005). Preliminary characterization of Winniecure a herbal extract used for the management of HIV/AIDS. J. of Appl. and Basic Sci. 3(1&2): 25-28.

95. S.C., UZOARU, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, C.P., ALOAMAKA, A.A., TURAY, A., AIGBIREMOLEN, T.P., PROPH, P.C., ONYEBUAGU, T., ERHABOR, IGWE and E. AGWU. (2005) Effects of Triphasic Exercise on Blood Rheology and Pathophysiology. J. Med. Lab. Science 14(2):    13 – 22.  


96. G.O. NWOBU, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, A.A., TURAY, C.P., ALOAMAKA, and J.O. ISIBOR (2005) Chlamydia Trachomatis Infection Among Apparently Healthy Students of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo state, Nigeria. J. Med. Lab. Science 14(2): 62-67.  


97. TATFENG. Y. M, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, NWOBU .G. O. OKADUA M., AGBA M. I. A and AGWU .E. (2005). Effects of Lamivudine Nevirapine and stavudine on the CD4 count of HIV patients attending University of Benin Teaching Hospital; Kuwait Medical Journal 37(2): 86 -  90. 


98. L. E. OKOROR, F. I. ESUMEH, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, P. I. OMOLU (2005). Lassa virus: Seroepidemiological survey of rodents caught in Ekpoma and Environs: Trop. Doctor, 35: 16 – 17.


99. EMELE F.E., IGUMBOR E.O. and D.E. AGBONLAHOR. (2006), Antimicrobial susceptibility profile of isolates of Aeromonas hydrophila from different sources: Use of amylase activity as end-point indicator. J.of Biomed. Investigation.4(2):49-53.


100. F. I. ESUMEH, R.N. OSAGIE, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, and A.R. AKPE (2007). Antibacterial Property of Aloe Vera Plant Extract .Pak. J. Sci. End. Res. 50(3): 124 – 127. 


101. OKOROR L.E, AGBONLAHOR D.E, ESUME F.I, and UMOLU P.I (2007) Prevalence of Chlamydia in patients attending gynaecological clinics in South Eastern Nigeria. African Health Science 7(1):18-24.



102. DENNIS EDO AGBONLAHOR, TATFENG YOUTCHOU, OVIASOGIE FAITH, OMOLU PATRICIA INOIGBE, TCHOUGA KEMAJOU SAMUEL, YAH SUH CLARENCE. (2008). High prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum Pfmdr1 86Y mutant gene in sickle cell disease in Nigeria, J. Microbiol Immunol Infect 41:393-396.

      

103.          TATFENG. Y. M, D.E. AGBONLAHOR, K.S TCHOUNGA, P.I. OMOLU, M.OKODUA,C.S. YAH, A. ADEOLU.(2008) Chloroquine prophylaxis associated with high prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum Pfcrt K76T mutation in people with sickle-cell disease in Benin City, Nigeria. J vector Borne Dis 45: 51-55


104. TATFENG. Y. MIRABEAU and D.E. AGBONLAHOR. (2008). Proinflammatory cytokines and haematological indices in HIV seropositive adults with uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria. Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine, Vol.36:1-5. 


105. AGBONLAHOR D.E., OKORO L.E, ESUMEH F.I (2009). Seroepidemiological survey of Chlamydia in North West zone of Nigeria. Asian Pac J. Trop Med. Vol 2 (4) : 1-8


106. MIRABEAU YOUTCHOU TATFENG, DENNIS EDOKPAIBE  

AGBONLAHOR, ADESOLA OLUFUNMILAYO OLALEKAN, FAITH OVIASOGIE AND JONATHAN ISIBOR (2009). Chloroquine resistance molecular markers in Falciparum malaria in Edo State. Tropical Medicine and Health. Vol. 37 (2) 37:41.


107. OBASOHAN, E.E., AGBONLAHOR, D.E. and OBANO, E.E. (2010).        

Water Pollution: A review of microbial quality and health concerns of water, sediment and fish in the acquatic ecosystem. African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 9 (4): 423-427.


108. UHUNMWANGHO E. J., AGBONLAHOR D.E., OSADOLOR H. H and IROMEARE O.V. (2010). Rate of smear positive acid fast Bacilli among suspected tuberculosis patients in a Nigerian Hospital. Vol. 6 (2): 86-88.



109. MIRABEAU Y TATFENG, AGBONLAHOR D.E., and MARIE .A. ABOUO (2010). T-Helper 4 and cytotoxic T-lymphocites, Interleukin-4 and 10 in HIV-Seropositive Patients with uncomplicated Plasmodium faciparum malaria. Trop. Med. & Health. Vol. 38 (4): 139-142.


110. MIRABEAU TATFENG and DENNIS EDO AGBONLAHOR (2010). Age-Related cytokine profile in uncomplicated Plasmodium malaria infection,  Colombia Medical. Vol. 41 (4): 224 – 227.


111 MIRABEAU TATFENG, DENNIS EDO AGBONLAHOR and O. F. AMEGOR (2010). Measurement of some Th1, Th2 cytokines and white cell count in childhood haemoglobinopathies with uncomplicated malaria infection,    R. Ci. Med. Boil, Vol. 9(1): 13 – 16.

112 OSARO ERHABOR, AGBONLAHOR D.E. et al., (2011). Challenges associated with the effective management of HIV infection in a low income setting in Sub Saharan Africa, a case study of Nigeria: In HIV-INFECTION: Impact, Awareness and Social Implications of Living with HIV/Aids (Eugenia Barros – Editor) pp. 156 – 182. Intechweb.org.


113 AGBONLAHOR D.E, HAPPI C. IGERE B, OVIASOGIE F.E, ABBEY S, TATFENG Y.M, FOLARIN, O.A, EHIAGHE J.I, OMOLE E., AND AMENGIALUE E. (2013). Resolution of Disputed Parentage, Employing Traditional Serologic Markers and DNA Short Tandem Repeats Multiplex System in Nigeria. J. Med. Lab. Science, Vol. 22 (1) 27 – 33.    


114 EHIAGHE, F.A., EHIAGHE I.J., AGBONLAHOR D.E, OVIASOGIE F.E., ETIKERENTSE S.M.O., NWOBU R.A.U., AKINSHIPE B.O., IKUSEMORE A.I., ALADENIKA S.T. AND ENWA F.O. (2013). Plasmid profiling and Curing Analysis of Fluroquinolone Multidrug Resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Benin City, Nigeria. Open Journal of Med. Microbiology, Vol. 3  201-205.


115. EHIAGHE F.A., AGBONLAHOR D.E., OSITADIMA M.I. DIGBAN K., JOY IMUENTINYAN EHIAGHE, OVAISOGIE F.E. (2013). Serum immunoglobulin E level of children infected with intestinal parasite in Okada, Nigeria. Open Journal of Immunology. Vol. 3 123-126.


116. EHIAGHE F.A, AGBONLAHOR D.E, TATFENG Y.M, ONIKEPE F. OVIASOGIE F.E., AND EHIAGHE J. I. (2013). Serum C reactive protein level in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients attending diabetic clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Diabetes Mellitus. Vol. 3 168-171.


117. EHIAGHE F.A, AGBONLAHOR D.E, ETIKERENTSE S.M.O, OSADOLOR H.B (2013), Effect of exercise induced Stress on Serum Cortisol Level and CD4 Cell Count in Rats. African Journal of Cellular Pathology. Vol. 1  (1) 14-18.


118. OVIASOGIE F.E. AND AGBONLAHOR D.E. (2013). The burden, antibiogram and pathogenicity of bacteria found in municipal waste dumpsites and on waste site workers in Benin City. Journal of Medicine & Biomedical Research. Vol. 12 2.  115 – 130


119. OVIASOGIE F.E. ENABULELE O.I. AND AGBONLAHOR D.E. (2013). Vertical transmission of bacterial pathogens from municipal waste dumps to waste site workers; Role of molecular and phenotypic profiling of isolates. Journal of Medicine & Biomedical Research. Vol. 12 2. 48 – 61.

120. OVIASOGIE, F.E., AGBONLAHOR, D.E., OSAGIE, E.A., AND IGERE, B. (2014). Genetic and phenotypic characteristics of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates from handrails, mobile phones and automated teller machines (ATM) in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Med. Lab. Sci. Vol. 23 1: 51 – 58.


121. EHIAGHE FA, AGBONLAHOR DE, EHIAGHE IJ, ENITAN SS, IKUSEMORO IA (2014). Hemorheological Alterations in normal pregnancy. African Journal of Cellular Pathology. Vol. 2:1: 14 – 18.


122. MATTHEW H. STREMLAU, KRISTIAN G. ANDERSEN, ONIKEPE A. FOLARIN, JESSICA N. GROVE, IKPONMWONSA ODIA, PHILOMENA E. EHIANE, OMOWUNMI OMONIWA, OMIGIE OMOREGIE, PAN-PAN JIANG, NATHAN L. YOZWIAK, CHRISTIAN B. MATRANGA, XIAO YANG, STEPHEN K. GIRE, SARAH WINNICKI, RIDHI TARIYAL, STEPHEN F. SCHAFFNER, PETER O. OKOKHERE, SYLVANUS OKOBENIN, GEORGE O. AKPEDE, DANNY A. ASOGUN, DENNIS E. AGBONLAHOR, PETER J. WALKER, ROBERT B. TESH, JOSHOUA Z. LEVIN, ROBERT F. GARRY, PARDIS C. SABETI, CHRISTIAN T. HAPPI. (2015). Discovery of Novel Rhabdoviruses in the Blood of Health Individuals from West Africa. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. Vol. 9 (3): e0003631.doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0003631. 1/17 -17/17.


123. ORHUE O.P., OIKHALA O.G., AGBONLAHOR D.E. EKUNDAYO A.O. OVIASOGIE F.E. (2015). Comparative In-vitro Activity of Cefuroxime and Augmentin on Staphylococcus Aureus Isolates from Nostrils of Healthy Undergraduate Students of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma. Amirican Journal of Bio and Life Sci., Vol. 3, No. 4: 122-126. 


124. ORHUE O.P., OIKHALA O.G, AGBONLAHOR D.E., EKUNDAYO A.O, OVIASOGIE F.E, (2015). Antibiotic Potential of cefuroxime (a Second-Generation Cephalosporin Antibiotic) on nasal Staphylococcus aureus Isolates. Open Science Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacology. Vol. 3, No. 4, 2015: 33 – 38.   


125. ORHUE O.P., OIKHALA O.G., AGBONLAHOR D.E. EKUNDAYO A.O., OVIASOGIE F.E. (2015) Minimum inhibitory concentration of augmentin on nasal Staphylococcus aureus isloates among undergraduate students. Inter. Journal of Microbiology and Application. Vol. 2, No 3, 2015: 65 – 70. 


126. EHIAGHE F.A, ONYENEKWE C.C, AKPOSILE C.O., OKOYE C., MARUF F.A., AGBONLAHOR D.E, UWABOR C.I., EHIAGHE I.J., OGBU E.C. (2016). The Expression Pattern and Role of Interferon Gamma Genes in Exhaustive Exercise. Journal of Advances in Biology. Vol. 9, No. 3: 1903 -1910.


127. EHIAGHE J., NWOBU R.A.U, EHIAGHE F.A, AGBAKOBA N.R, AGBONLAHOR D.E, UWABOR C.I (2016). Plasmid profiling of Multidrug Resistant Bacteria Isolates from Surgical Site Infection in Nigeria. Am. J. Biotechnol. Mol. Sci., Vol. 5(1): 23-32.


128. EGHIAGHE FRIDAY ALFRED, AKINSHIPE BENSON OLU, EHIAGHE IMUETIYAN JOY, JOSIAH SUNDAY, AGBONLAHOR D.E. AND ETIKERENTSE MARTINS (2017). The levels of C-Reactive Protein, Malondialdehyde and Absolute Lymphocyte Counts in Pre and Post-Acute Exercise. Journal of Sports Med. & Doping Studies. Vol. 7. (1): 1 – 4.


129. EHIAGHE JI, OVIASOGIE, FE, NWOBU RAU, AGBONLAHOR, D.E, EHIAGHE FA, UHUNMWANGHO, J, EREMWANARUE, OA, UWABOR CI, ITOTA IR, OGBU EC (2017). Molecular Detection of Antibacterial Resistance Genes In Phenotypically Characterized Multidrug Resistant Pathogens Isolated from Surgical Wound Infections in Two Nigerian Teaching Hospitals. Journal of Medical Laboratory Science. Vol. 26 (1) 63 – 75. 


130. AGBONLAHOR D.E, A. Erah, I.M. Agba, F.E. Oviasogie, A.F. Ehiaghe, M. Wankasi, O.A. Eremwanarue, I.J. Ehiaghe, E.C. Ogbu, R.I. Iyen, S. Abbey, M.Y. Tatfeng & J. Uhunmwangho (2017). Prevalence of Lassa virus among rodents trapped in three South South States of Nigeria. J. Vector Borne Dis. pp 146 - 150 


131. F.A. EHIAGHE, C.C ONYUNEKWE, I.J. EHIAGHE, C.O. AKOSILE, and D.E. AGBONLAHOR, (2017). The role of cortisol and interleukin-10 gene expression patterns in exhaustive exercise. Int. J. of Biol. Chem. Sci. Vol. 11(3) 947 – 957.   


132. D. E. AGBONLAHOR, J. I. EHIAGHE, O. A. EREMWANARUE, A. F. EHIAGHE, F. E. OVIASOGIE, R. I. IYEN, E. C. OGBU, P. E. IKHIUWU, M. O. OSEJI, S. ABBEY and M. S. TATFENG. (2018). A primal Incrimination of Cedecea davisae with post-prostatectomy urinary tract infection in Nigeria.  Int. J. Biol. Chem. Sci., Vol. 12(2). pp. 676-688. 


C. DEGREE THESIS 

1. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1981). A Study of bacteriological agents of acute gastroenteritis seen in Lagos University Teaching Hospital with species emphasis on Yersinia enterocolitica, M.Sc. thesis, University of Lagos.


2. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1984). Studies on the pathogenicity of Yersinia enterocolitica and Yersinia enterocolitica – like bacteria. Ph.D. thesis, University of Lagos.


25. MAJOR WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/PUBLIC LECTURES.


i. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1977). Current serological methods for the laboratory diagnosis of brucellosis: A paper presented at the 3rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Medical Laboratory Techns. Held in Port-Harcourt, September, 1977. 

 

ii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1978). A comparative study of C. Reactive protein and Erythrocyte sedimentation rate in the diagnosis of inflammatory processes. 4th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Assoc. Med. Lab, Techn. Held in VOM., Sept. 1978. 


iii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1980). Yersiniosis in Nigeria. A poster presentation at the International Conference on the Global Impacts on applied microbiology GIAM VI, held in University of Lagos. September, 1980.


iv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1981). The Isolation and Characterization of Yersinia enterocolitica from acute gastroenteritis case in Lagos, Nigeria. A paper presented at the 7th Annual Scientific Conference of the Nigeria. Assoc. Med. Scientists held in Calabar, October, 1981.


v. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1982). A new selective and differential medium for the isolation of Yersinia enterocolitica from stool. A paper presented at the 15th World Congress of the International Society for Med. Lab. Technologists in Amsterdam, June, 1992.


vi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1983). Characterization and Pathogenicity of Nigeria isolates of Yersinia species. A paper presented at the annual Scientific Conference of the Nigeria Society for Microbiology held in Port-Harcourt, November, 1983.


vii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1984). A participant at the International Workshop on Microbial type culture collection Nigeria, held at Imo Concord Hotel, Owerri, Nigeria, 1 october, 1984).


viii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1985). A resources staff and participant at the International Workshop on enteric pathogens and DNA labeling organized by the African biosciences Network and the University of Lagos, held at the College of Medicine, UNILAG in December, 1985.


ix. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1986). Yersinia in man and animals in Nigeria: the current state of the art. A paper delivered at the annual conference of the Nigeria Society for Microbiology held at the University of Calabar, November 1986.


x. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1987). Characteristic of a diarrhoeagenic bacterium biochemically mimicking Yersinia intermedial. A paper presented at the 3rd European Congress of clinical Microbiology, held at the Hague, Netherlands, 11-14 may, 1987.


xi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1987). Biotypes of Campylobacter species isolated from apparently healthy chickens in Bendel State of Nigeria. A paper delivered at the Annual Scientific Conference of Nigeria Society for Microbiology held in September at the University of Benin Auditorium.


xii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1988). Horizons in the practice of Medical Laboratory Sciences being a keynote address delivered at the 13th Scientific Conference of the Association of med. Lab. Scientist of Nigeria held at the University of Jos auditorium on 6th October, 1988.


xiii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1989). Lassa Fever Outbreaks in Nigeria: The Ekpoma Experience. Being an invited public lecture delivered at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital held on June 9, 1989. 


xiv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1991). Studies on the Pathogenicity of Yersinia spp. Using the Hen and Embryonated Egg Models. A paper presented at the 5th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology held at Oslo, Norway, September 1991.


xv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1995). The role of the Paramedical services in Health care Delivery services. An invited lead paper delivered at the seminar series for the Senior Executive courses No. 17 at the Nigerian Institute for Policy and Strategic studies, Kuru, Nigeria, October 19, 1995.


xvi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1995). Lassa fever outbreaks in Nigeria: Two and a half decades after. A paper delivered at the 19th Annual Conference of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria, held in the University of Maiduguri, Nigeria, October 19, 1995.


xvii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1995). Microbes, Man and Our Creator. Being an invited 5th Prof. Osunkoya memorial Guest Lecture delivered at the 21st Annual Scientific Conference of the Nigerian Society for Immunology on 20th November, 1995, at Nnewi, Nigeria. 


xviii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1999). Science in health and in Disease Control. Being an invited Guest Lecture delivered at the Annual Scientific Conference of the Science Association of Nigeria at the Delta State University, Abraka, in April, 1997.



xix. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1997). Quality Control in Medical Microbiology laboratories, being a guest lecture delivered at The Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Workshop organized by the IMLT of Nigeria at the Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba-Lagos in June, 1997.


xx. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1997). Typhoid fever, being an invited guest lecture delivered at the 21st Annual Scientific Conference of the Association of Med. Lab. Scientist of Nigeria held at the Conference Centre Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife on 8th October, 1997.


xxi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1998). Participant at the 1st International Conference on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in Nigeria held at Sheraton Hotel, Abuja (15th to 17th December , 1998). 


xxii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (1995). Waste Generation and Characterization in hospitals and Health Institutions, being a paper delivered as an invited consultant at a national Workshop on “Strategies for the management of Hospital Waste in Nigeria” at Sheraton Abuja by Federal Ministry of Environment and federal Ministry of health in collaboration with NIGCAMED (June 2000).


xxiii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2000). Invited Consultant to the Nigerian house of representative health Committee’s open hearing on “Claims of cure of HIV/AIDS by some Nigerians.” August, 2000.


xxiv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2000). A member of the Nigerian delegation of Vice-Chancellor’s and Commissioner’s of Education from the South East and South zones of Nigeria who met with representatives of British Universities, U.K. to work out modalities for Higher Educational Linkage between the two groups under the auspices of the Association of British Universities committed to widening participation in Higher Education (HIPACT), July 2000.


xxv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2002). Presented an invited Guest Lecturer on “proper laboratory Diagnosis of Typhoid” at the Nigeria Institute for medical Research, Lagos in July 2002. 


xxvi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2002). Addressed a congress of Edo people in the United States of America on the State of the Arts at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in San Francisco August, 2002. 


xxvii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2003). Presented an Invited Guest Lecture on “Development and management of Allied Professional Staff” at the Conference of Chairman and Chief Executive of Tertiary Hospitals in Nigeria at Merit House conference Centre, Abuja on 1st December, 2003. 


xxviii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2003). Attended the International Congress of Vice Chancellors of African Universities in Mauritius – March 2003.


xxix. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2003). Attended International Workshop on Computerization of the University systems held a the University of IOWA (June 2003),


xxx. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2004). (2004). Attended the Royal College of Pathologists’ Honours Award Ceremony in London (May 2004) where I was awarded the fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologist.


xxxi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2004). (2005). Attended the International congress of Vice-Chancellors of African Universities in Cape Town, South Africa (Feb 2005) where I represented the VC, Igbinedion University, Okada, Nigeria. 


xxxii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2005). I lead a team from Igbinedion University, Okada to a number of Institutions in Sweden including the University of Upssala for Educational Partnership Programmes (May 14 – 28, 2005). 


xxxiii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2006). Attended the World Congress of the International Federation of Medical laboratory Scientists in Soel, South Korea (September 2006).   



xxxiv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2007). Attended two International Congresses in United Kingdom. 

(a) International Congress of Biomedical Scientists at Birmingham, UK. (Sept. 2007).

(b) Annual Congress of the Royal College of pathologists. London (October, 2007).


xxxv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2008). Served as a resource person at the workshop on “Application of Molecular Biology Techniques in the Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases” in Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre, Benin City, May, 19-23rd, 2008.


xxxvi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2008). I organized Workshops/Seminars on “Diagnosis of Typhoid fever in Nigeria” on June 12th 2008 at NVRI, VOM, 16th June, 2008 in Benin City and 26th June, 2008 in Ibadan where I delivered a paper titled Serodiagnosis of typhoid fever: The value of  Widal Test.



xxxvii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2009). Served as a resource person at the Workshop on “The Practical Use of PCR for the Rapid Diagnosis of Lassa fever, Typhoid fever, Malaria fever and HIV/AIDS” in Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre, Benin City. June 26th – July 4th 2009. 

xxxviii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2009). Attended International Congress of Biomedical Scientist in Birmingham, UK (September 2009).


xxxix. D.E AGBONLAHOR (2010). Served as a resource person at the workshop on “DNA Finger Printing and Gene Amplification for Diagnosis of Diseases in Human, Animals and Plants in Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre, Benin City. July 18th – July 24th 2010.


xl. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2010). Attended The World Congress of the International Federation of Medical Laboratories Scientist in Nirobi, Kenya. (June 2010).


xli. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2011). Attended the Launch of the African Society for Laboratory Medicine in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (March 14th – 16th 2011).


xlii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2011). Attended the International Symposium on the Training and Practice of Medical Laboratories Sciences in Africa. In Johannesburg, South Africa. (May 2011).   


xliii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2011). Attended International Congress of Biomedical Scientists in Birmingham, UK (September 2011).


xliv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2012). Attended the 1st International Conference of the African Society of Laboratory Medicine at Cape Town, South Africa. (December, 2012). 


xlv. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2013). Delivered the 10th invited guest lecture series of the College of Medical Sciences, University of Benin, titled: “Lassa Fever: A 44-year Old Deadly Public Health Burden in Nigeria.” (February, 2013).


xlvi. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2013). Being an invited guest lecture on the occasion of a Stakeholders seminar aimed at Profiling solution to the Menace of Cultism in tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. Organized by the University of Benin in Collaboration with Bridget Edowaye Sorae Foundation. (August 2013).


xlvii.  D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2014) Being an Invited Guest Lecture at the West African Sub-Regional Workshop on Emergency Preparedness and State of Infectious Disease Outbreak Response in the West African Sub-Region: Issues and Challenges (February, 2015).


xlviii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2015). Being an Induction Lecture Delivered on the Occasion of Niger Delta University First Induction Ceremony for its Pioneer B.MLS Graduating Class on Tackling Ebola Virus Disease: The Role of the Medical Laboratory Scientist. (April, 2015).


xlix. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2016). Being an Invited Distinguished University Guest Lecture delivered to the Niger Delta University Community held on 5th February, 2016 at University Auditorium, Amassoma. Titled: “Lassa Fever Outbreaks In The Past 47 Years In Nigeria: The Beat Goes On.”


l.          D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2016). Being an Invited Distinguished University Guest Lecture Delivered to the University of Benin Community on 12th February, 2016 

at Akin Deko Auditorium, Benin City. Titled: “Combatting Lassa Fever in Nigeria: A National Health Challenge.”


li. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2016). Attended the 32nd International Biomedical Laboratory Congress in Kobe, Japan. (31st August to 4th September, 2016).


lii. D.E. AGBONLAHOR (2016). Chaired a Plenary section at the 52nd Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) Conference in Jalingo, Taraba State (3rd to 6th October, 2016).


26. ENVIRONMENTAL POLUTION STUDIES 

I led AAU Consultancy team to write proposals, defended and participated in the execution of Environment Baseline and Impact assessments for Shell Petroleum Development Company. Some of these projects included:

(a) Baseline Ecological Studies at Umuru in S.P.D.C. Western Location, Warri, Nigeria (1988/89).


(b) Baseline Ecological Studies as Kolokolo in S.P.D.C. Western Location, Warri, Nigeria (1989/90)


(c) Baseline Ecological Studies at Belema in S.P.D.C. Eastern Location, Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. (1991/92).


(d) Environmental Impact Assessment at Eriemu in S.P.D.C. Eastern Location, Warri, Nigeria (1992/93).



27. HOBBIES


(a) Plays Table Tennis 

(b) Watching football, table tennis and lawn tennis tournaments. 

(c) Listening to good music.


World Champion, Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred

(BMLS, AMLSCN, MSc, PGDE TRCN, PhD)

                                                                                                          

NAME:                                   Dr. EHIAGHE Friday Alfred

DATE OF BIRTH:                June 1st, 1979

PLACE OF BIRTH:             Benin City, Edo State

MARITAL STATUS:            Married with children

NATIONALITY:                     NIGERIAN

TOWN                                    IGBANKE

LGA                                        ORHIONMWON

STATE OF ORIGIN                EDO

CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS:         Department of Hematology/ Immunology, Igbinedion University Okada, Nigeria

SPECIALTY:                            Hematology/ Immunology


ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION WITH DATES

·        PhD in Immunology, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra state, Nigeria (2016)

·        TRCN (Nigeria) (2014)

·        Post Graduate Diploma in Education (Upper Credit), Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria (2013)

·        MSc in Immunology, Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State, Nigeria (2011)

·        National Youth Service Corp (2010)

·        BMLS in Hematology and Immunohematology (Second Class Upper Division) , Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria (2005)

·        AMLSCN (RA:11406) in Hematology and Immunohematology (Nigeria) (2005)

·        West African Examination Council (1998)

·        Primary School Living Certificate (1991)

 

ACADEMIC AWARD WON

·        Best Scholar in Hematology and Immunohematology at University of Benin Teaching Hospital / Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria (Nigeria) (2005).

 

·        Best Scholar in Immunology at Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State, Nigeria with a CGPA of 65.3 (2011).

 

WORKING EXPERIENCE                                                      

 

·        Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the Department of Microbiology, College of Applied and Natural Sciences, Well-Spring University (2017- Date).

 

·        Senior Lecturer in the Department of Microbiology, College of Applied and Natural Sciences, Well-Spring University (2016).

 

·        Visiting Chief Medical Laboratory Scientist and DNA/ RNA Analyst with Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria (2012- date).

         

·        Senior Medical Laboratory Scientist (Immunologist /Hematologist) in the Department of Hematology and Department of Medical Laboratory Science, Igbinedion University, Okada (2017- date).

 

·        Medical Laboratory Scientist II  in the Department of Hematology, Igbinedion University, Okada 2009-2016

 

·        Medical Laboratory Scientist II in the Department of Hematology, Igbinedion University Teaching Hospital, 2008.

 

THESIS IN RESPECT OF MY DEGREES

 

·        BMLS Research Project Title: Some Hematological changes in type II    Diabetes Mellitus in Benin City, Nigeria.

 

·        MSc Research Project Title: Serodiagnostic Potentials of Four Tuberculosis Test Kits used in Benin City, Edo State.

 

 

·        PhD Research Project Title: Some Lymphocytic Gene Expression and Hormonal changes associated with Acute Exercise Amongst Young Male Undergraduates in Nnewi, Nigeria.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL/ SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES TO WHICH I BELONG:

·        Member, Association of Medical Laboratory Scientist of Nigeria

·        Member, Nigeria Society for Immunology

·        Member, Nigeria Society for Hematology

·        Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria

 

SPONSORSHIP TO INTERNATIONAL CENFERENCE/ WORKSHOP

 

NAME OF CONFERENCE/THEME: Molecular Applications of Genetic Analyzer for Forensic and Parentage DNA Testing.

SPONSOR: Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

ROLE IN THE WORKSHOP: Facilitator

DATE/PLACE: 4th – 10th August, 2013 at Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

 

NAME OF CONFERENCE/THEME: Medical Laboratory setting in an era of multiple choices.

SPONSOR: Igbinedion University, Okada

ROLE IN THE WORKSHOP: Participant

DATE/PLACE: 7th – 8th August, 2015 at Uchenna Okolo Conference Centre, Asaba.

 

NAME OF CONFERENCE/THEME: DNA Fingerprinting and Molecular Identity Testing of Humans, Animals, Plants and Infectious Microbes.

SPONSOR: Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

ROLE IN THE WORKSHOP: Facilitator

DATE/PLACE: 13th – 19th August, 2013 at Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

 

NAME OF CONFERENCE/THEME: Introductory Phylogenetics Workshop.

SPONSOR: Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

ROLE IN THE WORKSHOP: Participant

DATE/PLACE: 25th – 29th January, 2016 at Bioscience Centre, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan.

 

NAME OF CONFERENCE/THEME: Evolving Healthcare System in Sub-Saharan Africa: Prospects and Challenges.

SPONSOR: Igbinedion University, Okada

ROLE IN THE WORKSHOP: Participant

DATE/PLACE: 20th – 23rd August, 2016 at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Auditorium, Awka.

 

NAME OF CONFERENCE/THEME: Molecular Diagnostics and Bioinformatics Workshop.

SPONSOR: Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

ROLE IN THE WORKSHOP: Facilitator

DATE/PLACE: 11th – 17th June, 2017 at Lahor Research Laboratories and Medical Centre.

 

 

ARTICLES THAT HAVE ALREADY APPEARED IN LEARNED JOURNALS

1.     Akinshipe, B.O., Ehiaghe, F.A., and Aladenika, S.T. (2011). Assessment of the level of awareness and knowledge of Chlamydia trachomatis infections amongst youths in Okada Community, Nigeria. International Journal of Biomedical Health Science. 7:157-165.

         

2.     Ehiaghe, F.A., Ehiaghe, I.J., Tatfeng, Y.M. and Ize-Iyamu, J.A. (2011). Serodiagnostic potentials of four tuberculosis test kits in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Biomedical Health Science. 7:289-294.

 

3.     Ehiaghe, F.A., Ehiaghe, I.J., Akinshipe, B.O. and Ize-Iyamu, J.A. (2011). Prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria amongst pregnant women attending Antenatal Clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. International Journal of Biomedical Health Science. 7:315-321.

4.     Ehiaghe, I.J., Ehiaghe, F.A., Akinshipe, B.O. and Ilobanafor, R. (2011). Fluoroquinolone efflux pumps of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Nigeria Society of Experimental Biology.11:285-293.

5.     Enitan, S.S., Ajeigbe, K.O., Josiah, S.J. and Ehiaghe F.A. (2012). Hematological and hepatocellular effects of Allium sativium and Allium cepa in rats. European Journal of Medicinal Plants. 2(4):290-307.

6.     Aladenika, S., Tatfeng, M., Nwobu, G., Osakue, E., Ehiaghe, F.A., Ehiaghe, J.I., Okwu, M.U. and Ikusemore, A.I.(2012). Sensitivity and Specificity of five Malaria rapid diagnostic kits used in South-South region of Nigeria. Open Journal of Clinical Diagnostics. 2:70-75.

7. Ehiaghe,F.A.,Ehiaghe,I.J.,Aladenika,S.T.,Etikerentse,S.M.O., Ikusemoro,A.I.,Oladeinde,B.H.,Osakue,E.O.,Enitan,S.S.,Fadairo,J.K. (2013). The characteristics of pulmonary tuberculosis amongst patients attending chest clinic, including age sex, occupation and Hemoglobin concentration in Benin City, Nigeria. Open Journal of Clinical Diagnostic.3:14-18.

8.     Ehiaghe,F.A.,Ehiaghe,I.J.,Ifeanyichukwu,O.M.,Ikusemoro,A.I.,Ize-Iyamu,J.A.,Ize-Iyamu, L.O. (2013). Socio-economic status and hemoglobin concentration of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients attending a diabetic clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. Open Journal of Pathology. 3: 139-143.

9.     Ehiaghe,F.A.,Ehiaghe,I.J.,Agbonlahor,D.E.,Oviasogie,F.E.,Etikerentse,S.M.O.,Nwobu,R.A.U.,Akinshipe,B.O.,Ikusemore,A.I.,Aladenika,S.T., Enwa ,F.O. ( 2013). Plasmid profiling and curing analysis of fluoroquinolone multidrug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Benin City, Nigeria. Open Journal of Medical Microbiology.3: 201-205.

10.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Ehiaghe, I.J., Igere, E.B., Iyen, I.R. (2013). The Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Acalypha wilkesiana supplementation and exercise training on Hematopoietic system in Rats. American Journal of Plant Science.4: 1834-1838.

11.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Etikerentse, S.M.O., Osadolor, H.B. (2013). Effect of exercise induced stress on serum cortisol level and CD4+ T cell count in rats. African Journal of Cellular Pathology. 1:14-18.

12.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Tatfeng, M.Y., Onikpe, F., Oviasogie, E.F., Ehiaghe, I.J. (2013). Serum C reactive protein level in type 2 diabetes mellitus attending diabetic clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Diabetes Mellitus.3: 168-171.

13.             Enwa, F.O., Anie, C.O., Adonu, C.C., Ehiaghe, F.A. (2013). Comparative study of Chromoleana odorata and Bulchholzia coriacea for both antibacterial activity and photochemistry. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.2:4269-4277.

14.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Tatfeng, Y.M., Ehiaghe, I.J., Uhuonrenren, O. (2013). Hemoglobin concentration of intestinal parasites infested children in     Okada, Edo state, Nigeria. Open Journal of Epidemiology.3: 149-152.

15.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Ositadima, M.I., Digban, K., Ehiaghe, J.I., Oviasogie, F.E. (2013). Serum immunoglobulin E level of children infected with intestinal parasite in Okada, Nigeria. Open Journal of Immunology. 3:123-126.

16.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor D.E., Amegor, F.O., Ehiaghe, I.J.( 2014).The effect of prolonged aerobic exercise on salivary secretion of immunoglobulin A and serum cortisol level in young male adult in Okada, Nigeria. Journal of Advances in Biology. 3: 204-209.

17.             Enitan, S.S., Misan, O., Uhunmwangho, S.E., Akele, Y.O., Ehiaghe, F.A., Enitan, C.B. (2014). Antibacterial activity of methanolic leaf extract of Plukenetia conophora Mull. Arg.against selected bacteria isolated from urinary tract infection. International Journal of Microbiology and Application.1:1-10.

18.             Ehiaghe, F.A. (2014). Iron status of pregnant women attending an antenatal clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Advance in Biology.3:209-212.

19.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Ehiaghe, I.J., Osakue, E., Aladenika, S., Iyen, R., Osakue, O.  (2014). Teachers’ perception of punishment as control methods for secondary school students in oredo local Government area of Edo State. Journal of Social Science Research.3: 270-273.

20.             Ehiaghe, I.J., Ehiaghe, F.A., Osakue, E., Aladenika, S., Iyen, R., Osakue, O.,Iyen,I.R.(2014).The contribution of Government and Non Governmental Organization support for Education in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Social Science Research.3: 264-269.

21.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Ehiaghe, I.J., Enitan, S.S., Ikusemoro, I.A (2014). Hemorheological alteration in normal pregnancy. African Journal of Cellular Pathology.2:14-18. 

22.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Enwa, O.F., Akinshipe, B.O., Ikusemoro, A.I. (2014). Reticulocyte assessment as biomarkers for bone marrow erythropoietic function in pregnant women attending clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Advances in Biology.1:318-321. 

23.             Ikusemoro, A.I., Halim, N.K.D., Awodu, O.A., Ehiaghe, F.A., Isoa, E.M., Ehiaghe, I.J. (2014). Iron status of multiple transfused sickle cell anemia patients attending a sickle cell clinic in Benin City, Nigeria. Open Journal of Pathology.4: 25-31.

24.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Digban, K.A., Ehiaghe, I.J. (2014). Effect of Stress of Examination on serum cortisol level and CD4+ T cell count in male undergraduates at Igbinedion University, Nigeria.  African Journal of Cellular Pathology. 2:19-23.

25.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Ehiaghe, I.J., Ositadima, M.I. (2014). Elevation of human chorionic gonadotropin hormone and fibrinogen concentration as an immunoprotective mechanism during pregnancy. Journal of Advances in Biology. 3:253-256.

26.             Ehiaghe, F.A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Ositadima, M.I., Ehiaghe, I.J., Osadolor, H.B. (2014). Effect of academic stress on serum cortisol level and CD4 count in young male postgraduate students in Okada, Nigeria. International Journal Biological and Chemical Science.8:1249-1253.

27.             Itodo, G.E., Enitan, S.S., Samanu, V.O., Ehiaghe, F.A., Akele, Y.R., Olanyanju O.A. (2015). Effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy               (HAART) on CD4+ cell count and liver enzymes in HIV infection at Lokoja, Nigeria. African Journal of Cellular Pathology.4:34-41.

28.             Chukwu, B.A., Liman, N.A., Enudu, T.O., Ehiaghe, F.A. (2015). The effect of economic recession in textile manufacturing industries in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Business Management. 7: 43- 54.

29.             Ehiaghe, F.A. (2015). Some physiochemical changes associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus in Benin City, Nigeria. International Journal Biological and Chemical Science.9: 2610- 2616.

30.             Ehiaghe, F.A. (2015). Effects of ageing on some biophysical parameters amongst males in Benin City, Nigeria. International Journal Biological and Chemical Science.9: 2666- 2670.

31.             Ehiaghe, I.J., Ehiaghe, F.A., Nwobu, R. A. U., Nwiyi, O. P. (2016). Prevalence and multidrug antimicrobial susceptibility of bacterial isolates obtained from surgical site in Nigeria. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 5: 708- 715.

32.             Ehiaghe, F. A., Onyenekwe, C. C., Akosile, C.O., Okoye, C., Maruf, F. A., Agbonlahor, D.E., Uwabor, C. I., Ehiaghe, I. J., Ogbu, E.C. (2016).The expression pattern and role of interferon gamma genes in exhaustive exercise. Journal of Advances in Biology. 9: 1903- 1910.

33.             Ehiaghe, F. A., Onyenekwe, C. C., Akosile, C. O., Ehiaghe, I.J., Oyeyemi, A. W., Ifeanyichukwu, M. O. (2016). Some lymphocytic gene expression patterns associated with acute exercise in young male undergraduates. American Journal of Biotechnology and Molecular Sciences. 5: 8-22.

34.             Ehiaghe, J. I., Nwobu, R. A. U, Ehiaghe, F. A., Agbakoba, N. R., Agbonlahor, D. E. Uwabor, C. I. (2016). Plasmid profiling of multidrug resistant bacteria isolates from surgical site infection in Nigeria. American Journal of Biotechnology and Molecular Sciences.5: 23-32.

35.             Augustina, I. I., Ehiaghe, F. A., Marcellinus, N. U. (2017).                    Some hematological and biochemical changes associated with blood transfusion in sickle cell anemia patients. Journal of Molecular Immunology.7: 1-3.

36.             Ehiaghe, F. A., Akinshipe, B. O., Ehiaghe, I.J., Josiah, S., Agbonlahor, D. E., Etikerentse, M. (2017). The levels of C-reactive protein, malondialdehyde and absolute lymphocyte count in pre and post-acute exercise. Journal of Sport Medicine and Doping Studies.7: 1-4.

37.             Ehiaghe, J. I., Oviasogie, F. E., Nwobu, R. A. U., Agbonlahor, D. E., Ehiaghe, F. A., Uhunwongho, J., Eremwanrue, O. A., Uwabor, C. I., Itota, I. R., Ogbu, E. C. (2017). Molecular detection of antibacterial resistance genes in phenotypically characterized multidrug resistant pathogens isolated from surgical wound infections in two Nigerian Teaching Hospitals. Journal of Medical Laboratory Science. 26: 63-75.

38.             Digban, K., Ehiaghe, F. A. (2017). The levels of serum C - reactive protein and creatine kinase-MM in human immunodeficiency virus seropositive subjects co-infected with plasmodium falciparum. International Journal of Immunology. 5:37-40.

39.             Akinshipe, B. O., Ezeani, P.O., Digban, K.A., Ehiaghe, F. A., Adedeji, E.B., Ehiaghe, I. J. (2017). Immunodiagnostic potential of an in-vitro interferon-gamma release assay for latent tuberculosis infection among apparently healthy individuals in Okada Community, Nigeria. International Journal of Immunology. 5: 41-48.

40.             Ehiaghe, F. A., Digban, K. A., Ehiaghe, I. J. (2017). Heat shock protein 90 alpha genes are up-regulated by acute exercise. Advances in Biochemistry.5: 57-60.

41.             AgbonlahorD.E, Erah, A., Agba, I. M., Oviasogie, F. E., Ehiaghe, F.A., Wankasi, M., Eremwanarue, O.A., Ehiaghe, I.J., Ogbu, E. C., Iyen, R. I., Abbey, S., Tatfeng, M.Y., Uhunmwangho, J. (2017). Prevalence of Lassa virus among rodents trapped some south-south states of Nigeria. Journal of Vector Borne Disease. 54: 30-34.

42.            Ehiaghe, F. A., Onyenekwe, C. C., Ehiaghe, I.J., Akosile, C. O., Agbonlahor, D. E. (2017). The role of cortisol and interleukin-10 gene expression in exhaustive exercise. International Journal Biological and Chemical Science. 11: 947-957.

43 Ehiaghe, F. A., Onyenekwe, C. C., Ifeanyichukwu, M., Ehiaghe, I.J., Akosile, C. O., Ibeh, N. C., Ukibe, N. R., Osakue, N., Ekpe, E. C. (2017). The expression patterns of some pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokine genes pre and post acute exercise. International Journal of Immunology.5: 74-79.


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 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Endoscopic Treatment


 Dr. Hyun Woo Kang from Korea wins World Championship - 2018 in Nutrition Research (Functional Food)


   Dr. Yeting Zhou and Dr. Dao M Tong from China win World Championship -2018 in General Surgery (Acute Vertigo Syndrome)


 Prof. Dr. Ludmila Fialova from Czech Republic is World Champion - 2018 in Educational Research (Health Education)


  Dr. Jubilee Purkayastha from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology



 Dr. Abosede Adebola Otemuyiwa from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Semiotics


 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Urology (Electrocoagulation)


 Dr. Félix Fofana N'ZUÉ from Côte d’Ivoire is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in International Finance (Gross Domestic Product Ratio)


 Dr. Zheng-Chuan Wang from China is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Physics (Spintronics)


 Dr. Ballagere Puttaraju Harini from India is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Biodiversity (Molecular Genetics)


 Dr. Nilfer Sahin from Turkey is the conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biomedicine


Sek. Men. Keb. Pendeta Zaaba, Negeri Sembilan Sek. Men. Keb. Tunku Ampuan Durah, Negeri Sembilan IIUM, Kuantan Campus UNITAR, Kelana Jaya IIUM, Kuantan Campus ICCE, IIUM, Gombak Campus Dr. Saadi bin Ahmad Kamaruddin from Malaysia is conferred with National Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Evolutionary Algorithms)


 Dr. Bernard Omwoyo Moenga from Kenya is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Participatory Epidemiology


 Dr. N.D. Zargar from India wins World Championship - 2018 in Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis)



 Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Sofi from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Rheumatology (Molecular Biology)


Dr. Dickson Adom from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Research (Ecosystem Conservation)


 Dr. Kenichi Meguro from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology



  Dr. Jack Uzezi Gladys from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Educational Research (Peer Group Activities)


  Dr. Mitra Akbari and Ramin Elmi from Iran are conferred with World Championship -2018 in Medical Science (Immunology)


Dr. Aaron TetteyAsare from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Plant Breeding


  Dr Badade Zunjarrao Ganpat from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biochemistry (Oxidative Stress)


 Shah Imran Ahmed from Bangladesh is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Sociology and Anthropology (Parenthood)


 Dr. Eng. Satoshi TAKEI from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Nanotechnology


 Dr. F.Özge MAVİŞ SEVİM from Turkey is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Education (Corrective Feedback)


 Dr. Maryam Hassana Ati from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Morphology (Crop Production)


  Dr G. Sreenivasan from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Power Quality)


 Dr. Rustam Effendi-YS from Indonesia is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Colorectal Cancer (Molecular Biology)



Dr. Shashi Khare from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Microbiology (Drug Resistance) 


 Dr. Justin R. Nayagam from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Plant Biotechnology) 


 Dr. Manoj Gupta from Singapore is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biomedical Science


Dr. Bakulranjan Jana from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Physico –chemical Characters)


 Dr. Sanit Srikoon from Thailand is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Learning


 Prof Swapna Chaudhuri from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Oncology (Molecular Immunology)

Mr. Mohammedsaeed Ganjoor from Iran is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Genetics (Aquaculture)


 Dr. Yasuko Fukaya from Japan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Nursing (Clinical Communication)


 Prof. Dr. B.M. Patil from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Proteomics (Mutation)


  Prof., MD Tarık Kıvrak from Turkey is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Cardiology (Pulmonary Atherosclerosis)


Dr. Diouf cheikh from Senegal is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Surgery (Laparoscopy) 


Dr. (Ms) Swapnali Hazarika from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Membrane Science


Dr. Ubogu Monday from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biological Science


 Dr. Halima Zugher Hussein from Iraq is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Agriculture (Detoxification)


 Dr. Kendre Govind Manikrao from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Pediatrics (Antiretroviral Therapy)


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Where can we find transformation of universities by intellectual celebrity World Champions"Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor"?
The Legend celebrities "Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor" are influencing all Academic Universities in Nigeria with world class achievements -
Bestower International University
Adekunle Ajasin University
Abia State University
Adekunle Ajasin University
Joseph Ayo Babalola University
Redeemer's University Nigeria
Afe Babalola University
Akwa Ibom State University (formerly Akwa Ibom State University of Science and Technology)
American University of Nigeria
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University
Adamawa State University
Achievers University
Ahmadu Bello University
Al-Hikmah University
Ambrose Alli University
Anambra State University formerly Anambra State University Of Science And Technology
Ajayi Crowther University
Bayero University
Babcock University
Bells University of Technology
Benson Idahosa University
Benue State University
ECWA Bingham University
Bowen University
Bukar Abba Ibrahim University
CETEP City University
Caleb University
Caritas University
City University
National Open University of Nigeria
City University of Technology
Covenant University
Crawford University
Crawford University
Crescent University
Cross River University of Technology
Delta State University, Abraka
Ebonyi State University
Evangel University, Akaeze
Elizade University
Fountain University, Osogbo
Federal University, Dutsin-Ma
Federal University of Technology Akure
Federal University Ndufe Alike, Ikwo
Gregory University
Godfrey Okoye University
Igbinedion University
Koladaisi University
Oduduwa University
Landmark University
Michael and Cecilia Ibru University
Lagos State University
Nigerian Turkish Nile University
Taraba State University
University of Benin
University of Calabar
University of Ibadan
Umaru Musa Yar'adua University Katsina
University of Lagos
University of Port Harcourt
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Veritas University (Catholic University of Nigeria) Abuja
Bestower International University, Benin Republic, Cotonou
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko
Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti
Caritas University, Enugu
City University, Yaba, Lagos State
Citygate University, Ibadan
Cross River University of Technology, Calabar
Crownhill University, Ilorin, Kwara State
Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu
Federal University, Birnin Kebbi, Kebbi State
Federal University Gashua, Yobe State
Federal University Gusau, Zamfara State
Federal University of Dutse (FUD)
Federal University of Petroleum Resource Effurun
Federal University of Technology Minna
Federal University of Technology Owerri
Free University of Nigeria (FUN), Proposed online, first 100% tuition-free university in the world. Lagos. Nigeria
Gombe State University, Gombe
Gombe State University of Science and Technology, Kumo
Ibrahim Babangida University, Lapai
Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Niger State, Lapai
Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (Rivers State University of Education), Port Harcourt
Imo State University, Owerri
Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu
Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji
Kaduna State University, Kaduna Kaduna State
Kano State University of Science and Technology, Wudil
Kebbi State University of Technology Aliero
Kogi State University, Ayigba, Kogi State
Koladaisi University, Ibadan, Oyo State
Kwara State University, Malete, Kwara State
Koladaisi University Ibadan, Oyo State
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso
Lagos Business School, Lagos
Lead City University, Ibadan
Madonna University (Ihiala), Okija
Michael Okpara Federal University of Agriculture, Umudike
Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola
Michael and Cecilia Ibru University, Agbara-Otor, Ughelli North, Delta State
Mountain Top University, Ogun State [2]
Nasarawa State University, Keffi
National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos
Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State
Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
Northwest University, Kano
Novena University, Ogume, Delta State
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife
Obong University, Obong Ntak, Akwa Ibom
Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu, Osun State
Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State
Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa
Osun State University, Osogbo
Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos
Paul University, Awka Anambra
Ritman University, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State
Rivers State University, Port Harcourt
Redeemer's University, Off, Gbongan – Oshogbo Rd, Ede
Renaissance University, Agbani
Rhema University, Aba Abia State
Salem University, Lokoja Kogi State
Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa Edo State
Sokoto State University, Sokoto
Sule Lamido University, Kaffin Hausa, Jigawa State
Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State
The University on Idemili, Alor, Anambra State
University of Abuja, Gwagwalada
University of Ado Ekiti, Ado Ekiti
University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Abeokuta
University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Makurdi, Benue State
University of Ibadan, Ibadan
University of Ilorin, Ilorin
University of Jos, Jos
University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri
University of Mkar, Mkar-Gboko, Benue State
University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State
Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, Sokoto State
Wesley University, Ondo
Western Delta University, Oghara, Delta State
Yaba College of Technology, Yaba , Lagos State , Nigeria
Bauchi State University, Gadau, Bauchi State
Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic Bauchi

Where can you find impact of grand leadership of world champions Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor in Nigeria?
"Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor" The Iconic Superstars in Cellular Pathology have established new milestones in all Nigerian Cities -

Name

2018 Population 

Lagos

9,000,000

Kano

3,626,068

Ibadan

3,565,108

Kaduna

1,582,102

Port Harcourt

1,148,665

Benin City

1,125,058

Maiduguri

1,112,449

Zaria

975,153

Aba

897,560

Jos

816,824

Ilorin

814,192

Oyo

736,072

Enugu

688,862

Abeokuta

593,100

Abuja

590,400

Sokoto

563,861

Onitsha

561,066

Warri

536,023

Ebute Ikorodu

535,619

Okene

479,178

Calabar

461,796

Uyo

436,606

Katsina

432,149

Ado-Ekiti

424,340

Akure

420,594

Bauchi

316,149

Ikeja

313,196

Makurdi

292,645

Minna

291,905

Efon-Alaaye

279,319

Ilesa

277,904

Owo

276,574

Umuahia

264,662

Ondo

257,005

Ikot Ekpene

254,806

Iwo

250,443

Gombe

250,258

Jimeta

248,148

Atani

230,000

Gusau

226,857

Mubi

225,705

Ikire

222,160

Owerri

215,038

Shagamu

214,558

Ijebu-Ode

209,175

Ugep

200,276

Nnewi

193,987

Ise-Ekiti

190,063

Ila Orangun

179,192

Saki

178,677

Bida

171,656

Awka

167,738

Ijero-Ekiti

167,632

Inisa

164,161

Suleja

162,135

Sapele

161,686

Osogbo

156,694

Kisi

155,510

Gbongan

139,485

Ejigbo

138,357

Funtua

136,811

Igboho

136,764

Buguma

135,404

Ikirun

134,240

Abakaliki

134,102

Okrika

133,271

Amaigbo

127,300

Lafia

127,236

Gashua

125,817

Modakeke

119,529

Bama

118,121

Ilobu

118,089

Jalingo

117,757

Okigwe

115,499

Offa

113,830

Esuk Oron

112,033

Nsukka

111,017

Nguru

111,014

Hadejia

110,753

Ijebu-Igbo

109,261

Uromi

108,608

Birnin Kebbi

108,164

Pindiga

106,322

Azare

105,687

Nkpor

103,733

Ikere-Ekiti

103,054

Lafiagi

102,779

Kontagora

98,754

Kuje

97,367

Yola

96,006

Biu

95,005

Olupona

95,002

Lere

93,290

Wukari

92,933

Igbo-Ora

92,719

Emure-Ekiti

90,645

Isieke

89,990

Ifo

88,272

Igede-Ekiti

87,282

Effium

86,945

Idanre

86,468

Potiskum

86,002

Keffi

85,911

Makoko

85,840

Epe

84,711

Gamboru

84,672

Ogaminana

84,373

Ihiala

83,265

Ipoti

82,113

Lalupon

81,130

Ughelli

79,986

Bende

79,618

Oke Mesi

79,563

Kafanchan

79,522

Ikom

79,103

Agulu

79,021

Daura

78,277

Numan

77,617

Kagoro

77,008

Ode

75,463

Igbo-Ukwu

75,224

Aramoko-Ekiti

74,491

Igbara-Odo

74,121

Ozubulu

73,812

Aku

73,742

Oyan

73,622

Jega

73,495

Asaba

73,374

Ohafia-Ifigh

73,355

Afikpo

71,866

Apomu

71,656

Fiditi

71,461

Orita Eruwa

71,027

Eha Amufu

70,779

Malumfashi

70,709

Kaura Namoda

69,725

Enugu-Ukwu

68,785

Idah

68,703

Obonoma

68,584

Agbor

67,610

Ezza-Ohu

67,414

Uga

64,179

Nkwerre

62,973

Auchi

62,907

Lokoja

60,579

Ekpoma

59,618

Ijebu-Jesa

51,730

Kabba

49,869

Ilaro

46,999

Damaturu

46,000

Argungu

45,584

Gumel

42,742

Geidam

41,367

Talata Mafara

39,045

Gummi

38,744

Otan Ayegbaju

37,783

Ogoja

37,466

Katsina-Ala

36,722

Itu

36,358

Kumo

35,712

Oke Ila

35,000

Pankshin

31,516

Nasarawa

30,949

Kachia

30,893

Dikwa

29,026

Moriki

28,735

Patigi

28,285

Wamba

27,137

Baro

26,821

Okuta

26,589

Birnin Kudu

26,565

Badagry

26,383

Ogwashi-Uku

26,137

Eket

25,569

Kamba

25,568

Daura

25,289

Takum

24,822

Igbeti

24,690

Zungeru

24,447

Zuru

24,338

Yenagoa

24,335

Tegina

24,037

Awgu

23,175

Wudil

23,066

Nafada

22,920

Ibi

22,757

Sofo-Birnin-Gwari

22,380

Dutsen Wai

22,062

Kaiama

21,897

Ubiaja

21,782

Otukpa

21,686

Oguta

21,639

Damboa

21,571

Jebba

21,488

Garko

21,141

Mokwa

21,128

Gaya

20,959

Tambuwal

20,932

Elele

20,620

Monguno

20,297

Kwale

20,226

Gembu

19,881

Obudu

19,668

Gombi

19,616

Magumeri

19,363

Degema Hulk

19,223

Enugu-Ezike

18,989

Kari

18,812

Darazo

18,415

Rano

17,972

Kiyawa

17,704

Deba

17,671

Igbor

17,666

Babana

17,617

Egbe

17,612

Gwadabawa

17,486

Beli

17,467

Illela

17,461

Dutse

17,129

Dukku

16,961

Bonny

16,868

Bode Saadu

16,619

Rijau

16,613

Kumagunnam

16,557

Lapai

16,442

Burutu

16,410

Gwarzo

16,303

Kukawa

16,077

Akwanga

15,985

Billiri

15,976

Iperu

15,935

Gwaram

15,806

Soba

15,715

Marte

15,707

Ibeto

15,565

Bukuru

15,540

Anchau

15,538

Ado Odo

15,442

Ganye

15,178

Gwoza

15,176

Ajaokuta

15,144

Doma

15,097

Isanlu-Itedoijowa

15,087

Udi

14,998

Icheu

14,704

Igarra

14,647

Ankpa

14,630

Lere

14,620

Omu-Aran

14,477

Ringim

14,463

Yashikera

14,454

Jibia

14,424

Kajuru

14,389

Gassol

14,326

Shani

14,305

Ugbokpo

14,218

Dapchi

14,077

Ngala

14,031

Misau

13,957

Gandi

13,940

Ago Are

13,919

Ore

13,905

Uruobo-Okija

13,898

Damasak

13,874

Gamawa

13,549

Sauri

13,445

Konduga

13,400

Dindima

13,356

Ikang

13,305

Yelwa

13,234

Langtang

13,172

Kazaure

13,169

Wurno

13,087

Kujama

12,967

Okeho

12,964

Madagali

12,919

Obubra

12,885

Ahoada

12,848

Boju

12,814

Agenebode

12,730

Ajasse Ipo

12,718

Runka

12,665

Lau

12,657

Kafin Hausa

12,609

Bakori

12,604

Dutsin-Ma

12,595

Abak

12,562

Dakingari

12,558

Bokkos

12,538

Gorgoram

12,470

Zango

12,371

Dange

12,369

Kaltungo

12,357

Amper

12,212

Miringa

12,117

Zalanga

12,070

Vom

12,000

Obiaruku

11,936

Madala

11,771

Toungo

11,759

Agaie

11,742

Machina

11,707

Mutum Biyu

11,702

Kangiwa

11,701

Bori

11,693

Burumburum

11,689

Goniri

11,673

Bara

11,673

Uba

11,648

Anka

11,641

Omoku

11,625

Kafarati

11,535

Bin Yauri

11,501

Maru

11,496

Gagarawa

11,450

Gujba

11,359

Opi

11,237

Mallammaduri

11,156

Twon-Brass

11,122

Dekina

11,067

Bebeji

10,987

Arochukwu

10,776

Takai

10,748

Panyam

10,715

Koton-Karfe

10,709

Katagum

10,602

Zaki Biam

10,470

Goronyo

10,460

Etinan

10,318

Aliade

10,292

Wawa

10,200

Gabarin

10,160

Gwandu

10,018

Madara

10,015

Maiyama

10,014

Wagini

9,986

Buga

9,913

Benisheikh

9,825

Ete

9,805

Bugana

9,737

Danja

9,736

Kankara

9,609

Amagunze

9,598

Alapa

9,584

Yuli

9,549

Kura

9,537

Tsafe

9,367

Orlu

9,351

Birniwa

9,334

Shinkafi

9,324

Ejirin

9,204

Holma

9,199

Wuyo

9,189

Ifaki

9,185

Ogurugu

9,135

Kwatarkwashi

9,084

Mahuta

9,047

Dambatta

8,940

Baissa

8,911

Musawa

8,904

Mberubu

8,904

Ruma

8,857

Igabi

8,840

Rabah

8,707

Imeko

8,627

Bokani

8,624

Agbabu

8,611

Auna

8,590

Ochobo

8,567

Orodo

8,527

Owode

8,513

Kibiya

8,500

Hunkuyi

8,465

Bomadi

8,402

Bena

8,361

Umunede

8,331

Badeggi

8,283

Sade

8,223

Isara

8,205

Adoru

8,203

Kwolla

8,200

Wasagu

8,157

Ngurore

8,139

Samamiya

8,087

Duku

8,014

Suya

7,936

Siluko

7,920

Dan Gora

7,907

Mashi

7,845

Hinna

7,826

Iho

7,776

Yandev

7,750

Konkwesso

7,687

Ilare

7,685

Ifon

7,623

Dan Sadau

7,568

Kuta

7,528

Mando

7,500

Zadawa

7,495

Idi Iroko

7,487



Honourable Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor from Nigeria are World Champions in Cellular Pathology. World Champions Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor are Father of modern Cellular PathologyWorld Champions Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor are Role Model's for world class research among Pathology Journals -
Advances in Anatomic Pathology
American Journal of Clinical Pathology
American Journal of Pathology
American Journal of Surgical Pathology
Analytical Cellular Pathology
Annals of Diagnostic Pathology
Applied Immunohistochem & Molecular Morphology
(APMIS) Acta Pathol Microbiol et Immunol Scand
Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
BMC Clinical Pathology
CAP Today
Clinics in Laboratory Medicine
Diagnostic Histopathology (prev. Current Diagnostic Pathology)
Diagnostic Molecular Pathology
Histopathology
Histology and Histopathology
Human Pathology
Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology
International Journal of Experimental Pathology
International Journal of Surgical Pathology
Internet Journal of Pathology
Journal of Clinical Laboratory Analysis
Journal of Clinical Pathology
Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry
Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
Journal of Pathology
Laboratory Investigation
Laboratory Medicine
Modern Pathology
Newspath
Pathobiology
Pathology
Pathology - Research and Practice
Pathology Case Reviews
Pathology International
Pathology and Oncology Research
Pathophysiology
Seminars in Diagnostic Pathology
Surgical Pathology Clinics
Ultrastructural Pathology
Virchows Archive

Famous Persons who changed the 
World 

 Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.

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Famous Personalities from 
Nigeria

Hugo Weaving is an English-Australian actor who is best known to play the main villain Mr. Smith in the science fiction film series ‘The Matrix’. Apart from that, he gained a huge fan after he appeared in starring roles in films such as ‘V for Vendetta’, ‘Lord of the Rings’ series and ‘The Hobbit’ series. After being born in Nigeria to English parents, Hugo spent his early years moving between England and Australia.

Chimamand Ngozi Adichi is a Nigerian born writer. She started writing at a young age and has gone on to be listed as one of the 100 Most Influential People by the Time Magazine. She is known to be a feminist and has given voice to the people of African origin living in America and other countries. Her short stories are explicit about the Nigerian Civil war and the plight of the people caught in the conflict.

Chinua Achebe was one of the most widely read novelists from Nigeria who played a pivotal role in the development of African literature. Considered to be a major writer in not just the country of his birth but throughout the world, his debut novel ‘Things Fall Apart’ has sold over 12 million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than 50 languages.

Temitope Balogun Joshua is a Nigerian televangelist and faith healer; he is one of the most influential personalities in Africa. Believed to have been born after being in his mother’s womb for 15 months and also having survived a near-death accident as an infant, he rose to become a self-proclaimed spiritual messenger of the almighty. Obedient to the divine call, he started a ministry with a mere eight members, of which he currently serves as the General Overseer.

Olusegun Obasanjo is a former President of Nigeria who held the position from 1999 to 2007. He served as the Army general of Nigeria and as a military ruler remained the head of state from February 1976 to October 1979. He remains the first such military ruler In Africa who handed over the power for a democratic government. By the time the military dictatorship of General Sani Abacha ended with his demise, Nigeria gained the infamous pariah status that was marked with oppressive regime of fifteen years.

Enoch Adeboye is a famous Nigerian pastor who rose to national and eventually international prominence upon being appointed as the General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). Hitherto unknown to the public at large, he began his journey to fame at RCCG where he initially translated the sermons of its then Pastor and founder, Rev. Josiah Olufemi Akindayomi, from Yoruba into English.

Agbani Darego is a renowned model from Nigeria who shot to international fame after winning the Miss World pageant in 2001. She succeeded famous Indian actress Priyanka Chopra to win the crown thus becoming the first native African diva to achieve the feat. Born in Lagos and brought up in D-line, Nigeria, this ravishing beauty lost her mother at an early age.


John Obi Mikel was born in Jos, Nigeria, as John Michael Nchekwube Obinna, the son of Michael Obi, who runs an inter-state transport company in Jos, the capital of Plateau State. As his father was a member of the Igbo ethnic group, "Nchekwube" means "hope" and "Obi" is a nickname for the Igbo name "Obinna" (meaning "Father's heart").

Mosunmola Abudu, better known as Mo Abudu, is a UK born Nigerian famous as a media entrepreneur and philanthropist. She did her master’s in Human Resource Management from London and started a career in HR in the UK. However, she was convinced that the only way to have a lasting impression on the minds of people who have a skewed idea of Africa was to enter show business.


Biopic of World Champions Dr. Ehiaghe Friday Alfred and Professor Dennis Edokpaigbe Agbonlahor 

from Nigeria are top most prospective movie script in Hollywood after the recent release of Movies - 

1. "Dibia" 

Directed by Muyiwa Aluko, "Muyiwa" follows the story of a king who refuses to comply with the requests of village's Dibia.
2. "Trials of Igho"
In the movie, a man goes to jail for killing a man who slept with his wife. On his return from jail, he discovers that he killed the wrong person.
3. "Private Storm"
Very few films have presented as realistic or harrowing accounting of abuse in relationships as Vivian Ejike's "Private Storm."
4. "93 Days"
The story of "93 Days" centres on the sacrifices made by men and women who risked their lives to make sure the Ebola virus was contained in Nigeria.
5. Herbert Macaulay
Here’s something I only recently realized, when people hear the name ‘Herbert Macaulay’, they tend picture an old white man but the truth is Herbert Macaulay was a Yoruba man, full name – Olayinka Herbert Samuel Heelas Badmus Macaulay. He was a nationalist, politician, engineer, architect, journalist, and musician.

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