Name DR. ADEBOYE MUHAMMED AKANBI NURUDEENDr Adeboye M.A.N
Dr. Adeboye Muhammed Akanbi Nurudeen, Consultant Paediatrician and currently a Lecturer in the Department of ChildHealth completed his first Medical degree (MB;BS) in 1997 at the University of Ilorin as the best graduating student in Neuropsychiatry and Behavioural sciences. He did his housemanship at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital(1998), and served with the NYSC at General Hospital, Kontagora, Niger state(1999). He completed residency training in Paediatrics in 2006 becoming a Fellow of the National Postgraduate Medical College in Paediatrics.( FMCPaed ).
Since then, he has worked with Federal Medical centres Bida and Yola,( January 2007- August 2008 ) where he was applauded as one of the best persons to have worked in those institutions as regards teaching of residents, medical officers and interns, and getting results at primary examinations. He was a member of the residency training Committee at FMC, Bida, a post he held till he resigned from the institution. He presently lectures Paediatrics at the College of health sciences, University of Ilorin, he is the current examination coordinator in the department.. With the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, he is a Honorary consultant and member of therapeutic care sub-committee. 
He has attended several National Programmes on Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses (IMNCI),  Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI), Paediatric ART training, Childhood Nutrition etc, and has facilitated workshops on Millennium Development Goals in Yola and Bida. He has also consecutively attended annual conference of Paediatric Association of Nigeria since 2001 till date.
He has over ten years of experience in child health with focus on Neurology, Neonatology, Pulmonology and infectious diseases.
His flair for teaching and willingness to listen to students when the need arises has made him a delight among his students during his residency days (as associate Lecturer) and this has continued to be so even now (as a Lecturer).
Some of his publications include pattern of mortality within the first twenty four hours of admission, Haemophilus Meningitis in an African Neonate: Time for Active Surveillance and Institution of Appropriate Control Measure, Oral-facio-digital syndrome in a Nigerian Neonate - a case report, Diaphragmatic hernia masquerading as pneumothorax, Millennium Development Goals amongst others.
His guiding principle is that ‘everyone will soon become a story, so try and be a good one’. His hobbies are reading and making friends.


His Publications are:

  1. Fadeyi A, Bolaji BO., Oyedepo OO., Adesiyun OO., Adeboye MAN, Olanrewaju TO. et al. Methicilin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Carriage amongst Healthcare Workers of the Critical Care Units in a Nigerian Hospital. American Journal of Infectious Diseases 2010 ; 6 (1): 18-23
  2. Oyinloye OI, Adeboye MAN, Abdulkarim AA, Abdurrahman LO, Adesiyun OAM. Traumatic diaphragmatic hernia masquerading as left sided hydropneumothorax: a case report. Annals of Tropical Paediatrics 2010; 30: 57–60
  3. Obasa T.O, Adeboye MAN, Fadeyi A, Adesiyun OO, Mokuolu OA. Haemophilus Meningitis in an African Neonate: Time for Active Surveillance and Institution of Appropriate Control Measure. West Afr J Med (Accepted 10/03/2010)
  4. Adeboye MAN, Ojuawo A, Ernest SK, Fadeyi A, Salisu OT. Mortality pattern within the first twenty four hours of emergency Paediatric admission in resource poor nation health facility. West Afr J Med (Accepted 10/03/2010)
  5. Adeboye MAN, Eze EC. Oral-Facio–Digital Syndrome in a Nigerian Infant:a Case Report. Nig J Paediatr 2008;35:00 (Accepted in April, 2010)
  6. Adedoyin OT, Adesiyun OO, Adeboye MAN, Femi Mark." Hypothetical views on some unusual disease associations with sickle cell anaemia." Tropical Journal of Health Sciences 2010; 17 (1): 8-11.
  7. Muhammed A.N. Adeboye,1 Olasunkanmi A. Adegboye,1 Aishatu A. Abdulkarim,1 Edith C. Eze,2 Mohammed J. Saka,3 Abdullahi Usman,2 Amos Solomon,2 Bosede F. Rotimi2 Amulets, Bands and Other Traditional Applications seen among Emergency and
    Neonatal Pediatric Admissions in a Tertiary Centre, Nigeria
  8. A. Fadeyi, O. O. Desalu1, A. Ameen2, A. N Muhammed Adeboye3 "The reported preparedness and disposition by students in a Nigerian university towards the use of information technology for medical education'' Annals of African Medicine Vol. 9, No. 3; 2010:129-34
  9. Muhammed A.N.Adeboye,Olasunkanmi A.Adegboye, Aishatu A. Abdulkarim C. Eze, Mohammed. Saka, Abdullahi Usman, Amos Solomon, Bosede F.Rotimi Amulets, Bands and Other Traditional Applications seen among Emergency and Neonatal Pediatric Admissions in a Tertiary Centre, Nigeria Oman Medical Journal (2011) Vol. 26, No. 5:337-341 DOI 10. 5001/omj.2011.83  
  10. Mathew Durowaye, Muhammed Adeboye, Sefiyah Yahaya-Kongoila, Adeline Adaje, Omotayo Adesiyun, Samuel Kolade Ernest , Olugbenga Ayodeji Mokuolu, Abdulrasheed Adegboye Familial Ectrodactyly Syndrome in a Nigerian Child: A Case Report Oman Medical Journal (2011) Vol. 26, No. 4: 275-277
  11. O.I.OYINLOYE,M.A.N.ADEBOYE*,A.A.ABDULKARIM*,L.O.ABDURRAHMAN O.A.M.ADESIYUNTraumatic diaphragmatic hernia masquerading as leftsided
    hydropneumothorax: a case report Annals of Tropical Paediatrics (2010) 30, 57–60