KATIBI Oludolapo Sherifat

MBBS (Ib), FMCPaed (Nig)

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Tel: +234 31 740564

Position: Lecturer I

Membership of Learned Societies:

  • Nigerian Medical Association
  • Medical and Dental Consultants’ Association of Nigeria
  • Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria
  • Paediatric Association of Nigeria
  • Nigerian Association of Dermatologists
  • International Society of Dermatology
  • Nigerian society of Paediatric Infectious Diseases

Courses taught:

  1. Introductory Dermatology
  2. Common skin infections
  3. Pigmentary skin disorders
  4. Atopic and Seborrheic dermatitis
  5. Childhood Poisoning

Research interests:

HIV Dermatology

Atopic dermatitis and food allergy

Zinc therapy in viral warts

Resistance to antiretroviral treatment in HIV infected children

Areas of core competence:

  • Dermatology
  • Paediatric HIV

Brief personal profile

Dr O.S Katibi graduated from the University of Ibadan medical school. She underwent her postgraduate residency training in both the National and West African Postgraduate Medical Colleges at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH). She graduated with a Fellowship of the National Medical College in Paediatrics in 2010.

She was subsequently appointed as a Lecturer I at the University of Ilorin and Honorary Consultant Paediatrician to UITH. She sub-specialised in Dermatology and teaches undergraduate students in Dermatology.  She is also a Paediatric HIV specialist with her research interests running in this area.

She is one of the master trainers in Paediatric HIV of the Federal Ministry of Health. She has presented at various conferences and workshops both within and outside Nigeria.

Publications:

  • Alabi S, Abdulkarim AA, Musa IO, Adegboye O,  Aremu SK, Abdur-Rahman LO, Omokanye HK, Katibi OS, Bello OA, Anoba S, Abd’razaq-Folorunsho M. Prevalence of snoring and symptoms of sleep disordered breathing among primary school pupils in Ilorin, Nigeria. Int J Paediatr Otorhinolaryngology. 2012 May; 76(5):646-8.
  • Cryptococcal meningitis, a rare opportunistic infection in an HIV-infected Nigerian boy: A case report. Trop J Health Sci. 2012 July; 19(2): 37-39.

Conference proceedings:

  • Adesiyun OO, Adeboye MAN, Saka AO, Katibi OS, Kongoila S, Fawi AA. Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Paediatric Association of Nigeria Conference; 2011 Jan 12-14; Abuja, Nigeria.
  • Katibi O.S, Ogunbiyi A.O, Brown B.J, Jacob N.E, Adeyemi O.O.Giant melanocytic naevus with malignant transformation in a child. Proceedings of the 41st  National Paediatric Association of Nigeria Conference; 2010 Jan 19-23; Ilorin, Nigeria
  • Katibi O.S, Ogunbiyi A.O, George O.A. Striate palmoplantar keratoderma: A rare disorder. Proceedings of the 40th National and 5th International Paediatric Association of Nigeria Conference ; 2009 Jan 21-24; Ibadan, Nigeria.
  • Katibi O.S, Ogunbiyi A.O, George O.A. A clinical audit of Paediatric skin disorders seen in a Dermatology clinic. Proceedings of the 40th National and 5th International Paediatric Association of Nigeria Conference; 2009 Jan 21-24; Ibadan, Nigeria.