Name:               Charles Nwabusi

Current Status:    Professor
Department:       Medical Microbiology and Parasitology
Faculty/College:   Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Sciences
Institution:          University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria
Mobile Number:   08035027069
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Research Interest:  Chemotherapy of Bacterial Infectious Agents Multidrug Resistant Pathogens Sexually transmitted infections

                                                                                                

5        Latest Publications


  1. Oladejo Janet Mosunmola, Raheem-Ademola RamotaRemi, Banjo Taiwo Abayomi, Makanjuola Stephen Olaosebikan, Nwabuisi Charles, Oluwadun Afolabi (2013). Susceptibility of dermatophytes to Aloe vera juices using agar diffusion and broth dilution techniques. American Journal of Research Communications 1(8): 53-62.
  2. Babatunde Shola Kola, Fadeyi Abayomi, Akanbi 11 Ajibola Ahmed, Nwabuisi Charles, Abdulraheem Jimoh Yemi (2013). Cyclosporiosis and other intestinal parasitoses in association with diarrhea in Ilorin. African Journal of Microbiology Research 7 (21): 2613-2617.
  3. Ajayi, A. B., Nwabuisi, C., Aboyeji, A.P., Fowotade, A., Fakeye, O.O. (2012). Asymptomatic Bacteruria in Antenatal Patients in Ilorin, Nigeria. Oman Medical Journal 27(1):30-34. (Publication of Oman Medical Specialty Board), Oman.
  4. Fadeyi  A, Fowotade A, Abiodun MO, Jomoh AK, Nwabuisi C. Desalu OO (2011). Awareness and Practice of Safety Precaution Among Healthcare Workers in the Laboratories of two Public Health Facilities in Nigeria. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal.18 (2); 141-145.(Official publication of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria).
  5. Odimayo M.S., Nwabuisi, C., Omilabu S.A., Adegbora B. (2011). Opinion of Care Givers on the Possibility cause of diarrhea among children in Ilorin, Nigeria. Pioneer Medical Journal 1(2): 10-13