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PHILOSOPHY OF THE FACULTY BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Our philosophy of medical and allied medical education is rooted in science. Thus, we give a solid scientific and professional basis for healthcare practice on the platform of Primary Health Care (PHC). To achieve this, our medical and allied medical education aims first at improving health of the people in the community were our doctors and laboratory scientists are trained. Secondly, our products (students) should be able to practice evidence-based medical and allied medical sciences anywhere in the world. We shall implement this philosophy through integrated medical curriculum with a team approach for comprehensive health care.

Aim: In keeping with the overall aims of Niger Delta University, we shall

  1. Train Physicians in a degree program by emphasizing team approach to healthcare delivery.
  2. Relate medical education to national policies in order to provide comprehensive healthcare to community by preventive, curative as well as promotive activities in the health sector
  3. Contribute to national development, self-reliance and unity through the advancement and propagation of knowledge in the field of health sciences.
  4. Promote a high standard of healthcare in our catchment area.
  5. Offer training of a high standard that would enable the graduate build further upon his professional knowledge and scientific skills.

Objectives: In pursuing these aims our general objective is to extend the frontiers of medical practice to the communities in Nigeria were people live and work. To do this we shall specifically provide courses of instruction leading to the award of degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery so as to:

  1. Produce doctors with knowledge and skill to describe the normal structure, function, growth and development process of the human body and mind.
  2. Produce doctors with knowledge to explain ecological factors, which affect health.
  3. Produce doctors who acknowledge the important contributions our present medical knowledge owes to the historical development of medicine.
  4. Produce doctors with competence to identify and describe the health needs of a community.
  5. Produce doctors who can take measures to combat environmental health hazards.
  6. Produce doctors who can carry out health education of their community.

WELCOME TO THE FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Welcome to the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences, Niger Delta University. The Faculty runs Medicine, Biochemistry and Medical Laboratory Science Programs. Our Medical programs are run from the faculties of Basic Medical Sciences and Clinical Sciences. Briefly, the faculty started in 2001. However, not until 2005 when the first Acting Dean was appointed, the Faculty was administered from the office of the Provost.
The first admission into the Niger Delta University College of Health Sciences was carried out in the 2001/2002 academic session.  However, following delay in establishing the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital (NDUTH), the then Provost, Prof. Abiye Obuoforibo in 2004/2005 introduced the Bachelor of Basic Medical Sciences (BMS) degree programme in Human Anatomy and Human Physiology as a stop-gap measure.  Meanwhile at the end of 2006 students’ unrest in the College which lasted for close to six months, the first two sets of students were sent to the University of Benin and the third set to the University of Port Harcourt, where they could take the Part I MB;BS examination for onward movement the Clinical Programme.  Meanwhile it was not until 16th March, 2007 that the Government of Bayelsa State announced the conversion of Okolobiri General Hospital as a temporary site for the NDUTH.  This announcement was however, revalidated on the 9th of October, 2007.  The permanent site of the NDUTH is the five hundred-bed Hospital in Yenagoa.


The Department of Medical Biochemistry started as one of the statutory Departments in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences in 2001/2002 academic sessions. Academic activities in the Department were coordinated by Mr. Sule Olayiwola Jimoh (now Dr.) who reported directly to the Provost, until 2004/2005 when the first Acting Dean of the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences was appointed. In 2001/2002 academic sessions the first batch of students were admitted into the University preliminary programme in Sciences with lecturers in Basic Medical Sciences engaged in the teaching of Chemistry 101 and 102; Biology 101 and 102 to students of Medicine & Surgery, Pharmacy and Nursing. In 2002/2003 academic sessions, the first set students for Medicine & Surgery, Pharmacy and Nursing programmes were taught Medical Biochemistry courses.
At its 99th meeting, the University Senate in April, 2013, approved the transfer of B. Sc. Biochemistry programme formerly a unit in the Department of Chemical Science, Faculty of Science to Department of Medical Biochemistry, in the Faculty of Basic Medical Science and approved the change of Department name from “Department of Medical Biochemistry” to “Department of Biochemistry”
The Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (B.MLS) programme was established under the Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science, alongside the Faculties of Basic Medical Science, Nursing and Clinical Science. Following the non-accreditation of the programme by the National University Commission (NUC) in 2005 due to lack of adequate manpower, the faculty was collapsed into a Department in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences and the students were farmed into other programmes of the University. The programme was revived in 2007 and secured accreditation from both NUC and Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) in 2008. The Department has graduated the first batch of Medical Laboratory Scientists in April, 2015.
The Faculty currently consists of a good number of highly qualified academic staff with cognate educational and professional experience. The Faculty has teaching laboratories and research laboratory with molecular biology facilities for the training of students and staff research development.
The Faculty has graduated five batches of Medical doctors, first batch of Biochemistry students since its takeover of the department from the Faculty of Science and the first batch of Medical Laboratory Scientists in April, 2015.
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences consists of the following Departments:

  1. Department of Human Anatomy
  2. Department of Biochemistry
  3. Department of Human Physiology
  4. Department of Anatomical Pathology
  5. Department of Chemical Pathology
  6. Department of Haematology, Immunology & Blood Transfusion
  7. Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology
  8. Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
  9. Department of Medical Laboratory Science
  10. Any other Department as may be approved by the University Senate

Prof. Stephen O. ELESHA
Dean


A Brief Discription
Dean of Faculty
Dr. Kemebradikumo Daniel Pondei
Faculty Officer
Ms. Cynthia October Bindei
Secretary to Dean
Mr. Woyengimiebifagha Kayopa
Departments
Heads of Department
Department of Human Anatomy
Dr. Ligha E. Aloysius
Department of Biochemistry
Dr. Jimoh O. Sule
Department of Human Physiology
Dr. Onyebuagu P. Chukwuma
Department of Anatomical Pathology
Dr. Patrick E. Udoye
Department of Chemical Pathology
Dr. (Mrs.) B. Kasia
Department of Haematology, & Immunology
Dr. Pughikumo Ogho Crosdale
Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology
Dr. Kemebridkumo D. Pondei
Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Dr. Fidelis Poh Ching
Department of Medical Laboratory Science
Prof Z. A. Jeremiah
Department of Human Anatomy

The Department of Anatomy believes in collective responsibility and as a result, each Lecturer is assigned one or two courses by the Head of Department.  The Lecturer draws up lecture, practical and tutorial schedules which must be approved by the Head of Department before implementation.

PHILOSOPHY AND GENERAL OBJECTIVES:

The overall objectives of the Courses in Anatomy which covers the areas of Gross Anatomy, Histology, Embryology and Neuroanatomy are as follows:

That on completion of the courses, the successful student should be able to:

  • Correctly define and use scientific terms encountered in the various branches of Human Anatomy;
  • Correctly describe and communicate the human structure effectively in anatomical terms with other specialists in the health profession;
  • Apply selectively the information obtained from these courses in the solution of either abstract or real problems involving human biology in the Basic and Clinical Years of training;
  • Pursue further training in the Biological and other Health-related Professions;
  • Successfully complete appropriate examinations covering this content area.

 

Department of Biochemistry

INTRODUCTION
The Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences, Niger Delta University, offers courses that lead to the award of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Biochemistry. The Department also offers servicing courses to Medicine & Surgery, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing and Pharmacy programmes.
All living things are composed of lifeless molecules that have been organized to form complex organisms. These organisms have the ability to extract, transform and use energy in the environment to enable them build and maintain their intricate energy systems to fulfill their various functions including replication. The study of this complex system is known as Biochemistry.

The basic objective of the science of Biochemistry is to determine how the collections of these inanimate (lifeless) molecules that constitute living organisms interact with each other to maintain and perpetuate life. Thus, Biochemistry is therefore intricately associated with Medicine, Agriculture, Nutrition, and the industry. These are coincidentally areas in this part of the world that require biochemical basis and explanation for us to appreciate our peculiar environment and problems.

PHILOSOPHY
The philosophy of the programme is to train young men and ladies on the principles and concepts of biochemistry to enable them meet the challenges of biochemical industrialization, environmental/ waste management, biomedical training/ research and development in the modern society.


OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
The academic programme for the B.Sc degree in Biochemistry has been designed to achieve the following objectives:

  1. To produce B.Sc graduates with suitably broad knowledge in Biochemistry
  2. To produce B.Sc graduates who are well educated members of the society
  3. To produce graduates with critical minds that will tackle our biochemical problems
  4. To produce graduates that can be employed as Biochemists, Scientists, Clinical Chemists, Environmental Toxicologist, and Quality Control Scientists
  5. To provide opportunity for continuing training and research.
Department of Physiology
    • GENERAL OBJECTIVES
    • To prepare students within a period of three semesters to take the MBBS Part I examinations.
    • SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
    • To acquaint the students, through well articulated methods and lectures with the normal functions of the body’s primary organs and systems.
    • LEARNING OUTCOME MEASURES
    • This is done through organized continuous assessment tests after sets of lectures, and formal examinations at the end of the MBBS course
    • METHODS OF INSTRUCTIONS
    • Instructions are by way of structured lectures on the various physiological systems and practical experiments to demonstrate what was discussed theoretically, by usage of the appropriate instruments, equipment, animals and organs/tissues.
Department of Anatomical Pathology

Anatomical Pathology is a bridging discipline between basic medical sciences and clinical medicine, involving both basic science and clinical practice devoted to the study of structural and functional changes in cells, tissues and organs that underlie disease. It is concerned with the aetiology, pathogenesis, morphologic changes, functional derangements and clinical manifestations of diseases.

The study of pathology is divided into:

  1. GENERAL PATHOLOGY: concerned with the basic reactions of cells and tissues to abnormal stimuli that underlie various disease processes.
  2. SYSTEMIC PATHOLOGY: concerned with the specific responses of specialized organs and tissues to well-defined stimuli.
  3. FORENSIC PATHOLOGY: concerned with the medico-legal aspects of pathology and medical practice in general especially within the Nigerian context.

Anatomical pathology is expected to be taught for a total of eight (8) weeks (i.e.40 days) in two separate phases within the first clinical year. This will ultimately lead into the Part II MBBS examination. The principles of general pathology will be taught in the first phase of the posting while systemic and forensic pathology will be taught in the second phase.

GENERAL PATHOLOGY
General objectives
It is expected that medical students at the end of the course would have understood the basic structure of the cell with particular emphasis on ultrastructural components and molecules. They shall be expected to know and understand the various injurious stimuli that cause disease and the basic reactions and responses of cells and tissues to these stimuli. They should also be able to correlate these reactions with generalized changes expected in body organs and how these relate to the clinical symptoms and signs seen in patients. Conscious effort will be made to incorporate the knowledge gained from the study of anatomy, histology, embryology and physiology into the understanding of this course.

Specific objectives
At the end of the course each medical student should be able to understand:

  1.  The evolution of the concept of disease as well as the role of the autopsy and other investigative modalities in pathology practice.
  2. The structure of the cell with emphasis on the cell’s ultrastructure, cellular homeostasis, interactions and signaling mechanisms.
  3. The structure and organization of the extracellular matrix and its role in the body’s reaction to injury.
  4. The mechanism of cellular reactions to various forms of injury as well as the outcomes of those reactions.
  5. Acute and chronic inflammation including wound healing and how these underlie various diseases in the human body.
  6. The structure and function of blood vessels and how these mediate circulatory disorders
  7. The structure and organization of the immune system and the mechanisms of congenital and acquired immune mediated disease.
  8. The basic concepts of genetics and the role of genetics in human diseases.
  9. The basic concepts of neoplasia as well as the molecular biology of tumour development and progression.

Learning outcome measures
Learning outcomes shall be tested at periodic post lecture assessments as well as through discussions at lectures, tutorials and seminars.
There shall also be an end of course assessment at the end of the first phase of the posting.

Department of Chemical Pathology

The department of Chemical Pathology is one of the major departments of the University and one of the first ports of call of the medical students during their clinical posting.

The department handles course for the first year clinical students (400 level) and also renders diagnostic services to the Teaching Hospital.

The major function of this department is to demonstrate and impart to students and clinicians the ability to recognize disease based on the biochemical changes that occur with disease processes.  To do this effectively, the department is structured into teaching and service units with a head of department overseeing both.

In the teaching unit of this department, we have adequate manpower and structured course content.

In the service unit, we have in addition to the consultants, well trained medical laboratory scientists that produces reliable laboratory results while the consultants interprets the results and do clinical consultations.

There are adequate facilities on ground for the performance of routine and specialized tests.

DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES
The major objective of the department of Chemical Pathology of this University includes:

  1. To inculcate in the students during their training in the department the ability to recognize and make diagnosis based on the biochemical changes in various disease conditions through well structured and delivered lectures, practical and tutorials.
  2. To render diagnostic consultancy services to the teaching hospital.
  3. To expand the frontiers of knowledge through well organized and properly executed research.
  4. To carry out such other duties as shall be vested in it by the University authority.
  5. To join hands with other departments of the university in the production of higher level manpower for the nation’s health care delivery system.
  6. To ensure that our products (students and graduates) can compete with others of the same level all over the world.

 

Department of Haematology and Immunology

The Haematology and Immunology posting shall be done at two stages; two major block postings together with the other arms of Pathology i.e. Chemical Pathology, Microbiology and parasitology, and Histopathogy /Morbid Anatomy at the inception of the clinical year, leading to the Part II MB;BS examination, and a two week course at the final year as part of lectures in internal Medicine.
The first contact at the block posting will lay emphasis on the fundamentals and of Haematologic and Immunologic disorders, the laboratory diagnosis as well as their management. 
The second contact of two weeks duration in the final year is purely clinical and shall lay emphasis on some specific haematologic disorders of importance in the Tropics at the end of which the candidate is expected to demonstrate a good grasp of clinical management skills for these conditions.

The lectures are divided into two arms.

  1. Haematology and Blood Transfusion
  2. Immunology

 

HAEMATOLOGY AND BLOOD TRANSFUSION
Definition: Haematology is the study of blood formation and diseases of blood and blood forming organs. Blood transfusion covers all aspects of clinical practice in which whole blood, blood components and blood product is made use of in patient management, while serology (an arm of blood transfusion) is the study of red cell blood group antigens and corresponding antibodies in serum as both affect clinical practice. 

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The general objectives of the course are as follows:
Medical students shall be required to develop capacity to translate the knowledge acquire in the study of “blood physiology” in the preclinical years into baseline data for interpretation of Haematological disorders. They shall be expected to gain competence in understanding the development of erythrocyte, leucocyte and platelet; disorders of structure, maturation and function of erythrocyte, leucocyte and platelet as well as the clinical implications for the patient; Red cell antigens and serum antibodies as it concerns blood grouping and crossmatching; Physiology of haemostasis and manifestation of failure of haemostasis. Conscious emphasis shall be laid on acquisition of the drive to inquire into the how, why and what of Haematologic disorders and presentations.

SPECIFIC COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of the course each student should be able to:

  • Collect, record and process blood specimen of patients. Specifically to be able to determine haematocrit, haemoglobin concentration, white cell and platelet counts.
  • Make blood film, stain with Romanosky and examine it under microscope;
  • Recognize the morphology of normal red cells, white cells and platelet;
  • Recognize quantitative and qualitative abnormalities in red cells, white cells, and platelets and offer clinical interpretation for such.
  • Determine the ABO and Rhesus blood groups
  • Identify anti- A, anti- B and anti- A + B antibodies in sera.
  • Understand the basic principles of blood transfusion, clinical use of blood and blood products as well as adverse effects of transfusion.
  • Gain good clinical skills in the management of Haematologic emergencies such as crises in Sickle cell disorders, and other common haematologic emergencies. 
  • Carry out simple tests of blood clottings: - Thrombin time, prothrombin time, and Partial Thromboplastin time. 
  • Independently make use of the internet in consolidating and expanding personal frontiers of knowledge of Haematology.
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    Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology

    Philosophy and Objective
    Medical Microbiology and Parasitology are taught to Medical students as part of core courses for the Second Bachelor of Medicine professional programme. Medical Microbiology and Parasitology are taught as applied sciences to medicine. As a unit of pathology, the programme of teaching is designed to acquaint doctors in training with all the aspects of infectious and communicable diseases including their natural history, causative agents (aetiologic agents), biology of aetiologic agents, pathogenesis, laboratory identification (diagnosis) and susceptibility of the agent to anti-infective (antibiotics) agents. Classical clinical features of the disease caused by the agent are also discussed.

     
    The objective is that at the end of the programme, the trainee doctor is well armed with adequate knowledge enabling him/her to recognise infective process, make appropriate requests, to the laboratory in quest of aetiologic diagnosis the disease and be knowledgeable in interpreting laboratory reports (results) with a view to making correct decisions on the further management of the patient in question.
    Department of Pharmacology

    A.      GENERAL OBJECTIVES:
    To equip the students with adequate knowledge and skills for the safe and effective use of drugs in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases in humans.
    B.       SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:
    1.         Introduce the students to the history, general principles of pharmacology and rational use of drugs.
    2.         To provide the students with adequate information on the actions and safe use of specific pharmacotherapeutic agents.
    3.         To equip the students with the knowledge of dosage forms of pharmacotherapeutic agents and their methods of administration.
    4.         To provide the students with information on mechanisms of drug toxicity and its management.
    5.         To teach the students the nature of abuse of alcohol and other substances and management of the associated problems.
    C.       LEARNING OUTCOME MEASURES:
    At the end of the courses, students should:
    1.         Have acquired adequate knowledge of the nature of drugs and their rational use.
    2.         Appreciate the broad principles of mechanisms of drug action.
    3.         Appreciate the general principles of adverse drug reactions and their management.
    4.         Appreciate the importance of rational use of drugs in the maintenance of good health.
    5.         Appreciate the nature, consequences and management of abuse of alcohol and other substances associated problems.

    Department of Medical Laboratory Science

    Medical Laboratory Science is a dynamic and exciting profession with long term career prospects. This degree programme is designed to provide a broad basis of fundamental scientific knowledge and application such that the graduates of the programme are skilled to meeting the changing needs of modern scientific knowledge in Health Care and to enable them proceed for further training. The BMLS programme is built around a core of basic and advanced theoretical knowledge and clinical practices, through the experienced Lecturers and Medical Laboratory Scientists.
    The object of the degree is to impart this knowledge of modern biomedical research, theories, skills and techniques to the students. Skills learnt in the Medical Laboratory Sciences are at the forefront of advances in medical research, including Medical Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Medical Microbiology, Haematology, Blood Transfusion Science, HistoCyto Sciences as well as Pharmaceutical industry, Forensic science, Veterinary science, Health, Safety and Food sciences. Therefore, a graduate of the program will have a science degree (B.MLS) appropriate for a career in a wide variety of industrial and public sector environments.

    In addition, our Medical Laboratory Scientists have a well-defined career in the Health Service. Our programme have been designed to involve a close collaboration with Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital (NDUTH), Okolobiri, Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Yenagoa and some other accreditated health institutions. The courses offered are designed to expose the students in core areas like Medical Biochemistry, Haematology, Blood Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, HistoCyto Sciences, , Virology, Immunology and Molecular Biology

    The students are also required to broaden their knowledge by taking ancillary courses in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Biochemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology and information technology.

    Core courses in the clinical areas of the programme must be taught by professional Medical Laboratory Scientists. Moreover, students from their 3th to 5th year of training will undergo mandatory hospital-laboratory postings as trainee Medical Laboratory Scientists to broaden their practical skills under the supervision of practicing Medical Laboratory Scientists.

    On completion of the five year degree programme in the University and having passed all the prescribed examinations as well as meeting other necessary requirements, students are inducted into the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) after which they proceed for one year internship in any approved Medical Laboratory in the country. Upon completion they are given license to practice by the Council. This successful completion then qualifies them to proceed for the one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

    2. PHILOSOPHY

    The philosophy of the Department shall be the training and production of manpower grounded in sound academic and professional background for the production of Medical Laboratory Scientists; To produce Medical Laboratory Scientists who would perform effectively in Medical Diagnostic services and satisfy internationally recognizable standards necessary for National development; To produce Medical Laboratory Scientists with sufficient managerial ability to play a leadership role in training and practice of Medical Laboratory Science through research, scholarship and provision of quality service.
    3. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

    Students who have successfully completed this degree training programme should be able to:

    (a) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of modern concepts and applications of Medical Laboratory Sciences. Medical Laboratory Science being a very dynamic profession with continuous emergence of new procedures and instruments expected every practitioner to keep pace with changing trends.

    (b) Perform effectively in medical diagnostic services, preventive and public health services, research, academic and in quality assurance programmes in industries.

    (c) Demonstrate competence and practical skills in the following specialties:  Medical Biochemistry, Haematology, Blood Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, Virology, Immunology, HistoCyto Sciences and molecular biology.

    (d) Function independently or in collaboration with other members of the health professions in providing health care services to individuals, community and the society.

    (e) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic medical and biological sciences underpinning modern Medical Laboratory Sciences.

    (f) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the biology of diseases.

    (g) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the theoretical and practical skills associated with being a practicing Medical Laboratory Scientist.

    (h) Produce biological and diagnostic reagents as well as fabricate and maintain laboratory equipment.
    (i) Possess sufficient managerial ability to be able to perform a leadership role in the training and practice of Medical Laboratory Science.

    The history of the Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (B.MLS) programme in the Niger Delta University dates back to 2001, when the programme was established under the Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science, alongside the Faculties of Basic Medical Science, Nursing and Clinical Science. Following the non-accreditation of the programme by the National University Commission (NUC) in 2005 due to lack of adequate manpower, the faculty was collapsed into a Department in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences and the students were farmed into other programmes of the University. The programme was revived in 2007 and secured accreditation from both NUC and Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) in 2008. The Department currently consists of a good number of highly qualified academic staff with cognate educational and professional experience. The Department has two teaching laboratories and research laboratory with molecular biology facilities for the training of students and staff research development. The Department has graduated the first batch of Medical Laboratory Scientists in April, 2015.

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    General Requirements

    To be considered for admission into the first degree programme, candidates should

    1. Have five credit pass in not more than two sittings in any of the following examinations;

    • General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level Examination
    • West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE),
    • National Examination Council (NECO),
    • National Business and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB) or their equivalents

    2. Obtain the minimum cut-off score in UME conducted by JAMB

    3. Meet the various departmental registration requirements

    S/N
    Departments
    Programme(s)
    UTME Requirements
    NDU Admission Requirements
    1
    Biochemistry
    Biochemistry
    English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
    English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
    2
    Medicine
    Medicine
    English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
    English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
    3
    Medical Laboratory Technology
    Medical Laboratory Technology
    English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
    English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
     

     

     

     

     

    Address: Faculty of Basic Medicine,
    College of Health Sciences,
    Niger Delta University,
    Wilberforce Island,
    Bayelsa State,
    Nigeria.
    Phone No: nil
    Email: nil

     

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