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Journal of Public Health in Africa
Charles Sturt University
Clinical Science, Medical Nutrition Therapy, Sexual Health, Women's Health
Dr Ezekiel Uba Nwose is a Nigerian born and trained professional medical scientist. He graduated from University of Calabar with BSc (Hons) in Medical Laboratory Technology, followed by MSc Biochemistry from University Benin – both in Nigeria; and PhD here at Charles Sturt University. At the professional level, Uba is a Chartered Scientist (CSci) & Fellow member of Institute of Biomedical Science (FIBMS) London, and a corporate Member of Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (MAIMS). In terms of working experience, Uba has over 24years experience including teaching, research & on-the-bench diagnostic pathology from across Nigeria, Kuwait and Australia. Uba has been affiliated to CSU since 2004 – joining as a PhD research student and Casual Academic; then continuing as Adjunct till January 2014 when re-joined as full-time academic in January 2014. His research revolves around laboratory-based translational clinical science. He coordinates an international research initiative involving collaborators from Australia, Nigeria and United States of America. He is also currently affiliated as/to i. Professorial Fellow: School of Clinical & Psychological Sciences. Charles Darwin University Australia – supervising HDR students ii. Visiting Professor: College of Health Sciences, Department of Public & Community Health. Novena University Nigeria – supervising Hons students iii. Executive Director: Global Medical Research & Development Organization (GMRDO) – an incorporate non-profit entity in Nigeria. Teaching Biomedical sciences Pathology/Pathophysiology Research – mostly laboratory based Public health screening; with special interest on low-mid income communities Prediabetes & cardiovascular complications Oxidative stress – including Stress management by laboratory methods; and Antioxidants medical nutritional therapy Positions and Roles Lecturer - Biomedical Sciences Coordinator: BMS 161 & 162 Health & the human body parts 1 & 2 Coordinator: BMS 255 Neuroscience for Health practice Coordinator: BMS263 Pharmacology for allied health professionals Moderator: BMS 171 & 172 Human Anatomy Research Team leader: Prediabetes and Cardiovascular Complications Study (PACCS) For more: http://science.csu.edu.au/schools/cmhealth/staff/profiles/biomedical-science/ezekiel-uba-nwose