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pathologist , researcher

Emmanuel Ogbole Abu, Nigerian, British pathologist, researcher. Achievements include research in First to show the presence of the above receptors in human bone in situ. Fellow: Cambride Commonwealth Trusts, University of Cambridge (life); member: Royal College of Pathologists (life), Association of Clinical Biochemists (life).

Background

Abu, Emmanuel Ogbole was born on December 19, 1964 in Kaduna, Nigeria. Son of Abu Ochenehi and Ede Ogbole.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1987. Master of Science in Clinical BioChemistry, University of Surrey, England, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, England, 1997.

Doctor of Philosophy, St. John's College, Cambridge, England, 1998. Certified in Forensic Medicine, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2003.

Career

Resident physician in chemical pathology University of Ilorin (Nigeria) Teaching Hospital, 1992—1994. Senior house officer in metabolic medicine Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London, 1997—1998. Consultant, chemical pathological Southampton General Hospital, England, since 2002.

Specialist registrar in clinical chemistry Royal Liverpool (Nigeria) University Teaching Hospital, 1998—2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in First to show the presence of the above receptors in human bone in situ.

Membership

Fellow: Cambride Commonwealth Trusts, University of Cambridge (life). Member: Royal College of Pathologists (life), Association of Clinical Biochemists (life).

Connections

father:
Abu Ochenehi

mother:
Ede Ogbole