The Ronald Ross Research Award-2015 in Public Health
The Ronald Ross Research Award-2015 in Public Health goes to Omotayo O Ebong, Ijeom H Ogbuehi and Eme O Asuquo from Nigeria. The research findings were published on world’s prestigious The Journal of Public Health. International Agency for Standards and Ratings recognizes the researchers among World’s 500 Most Influential Pharmacologist for the year 2015 on earth. Omotayo Oluranti Ebong (B.Sc. Ibadan, M.Sc. ABU, Zaria, Ph. D, Newcastle upon Tyne, England) is Professor of Pharmacology at Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences. She is Director at Centre for Malaria Research and Phytomedicine, College of Health Sciences, University of Port Harcourt. Prof Ebong’s research interests include Malaria: Chemotherapeutic of antimalarial drugs; traditional medicinal plant research; Plasmodium diversity; Health Information & Education, HIV Prevention research HIV/AIDS: Health Information & Education, HIV Prevention research. She has publications in national and international journals. Mrs. Ijeoma Happiness Ogbuehi graduated with a second class upper division in Biochemistry, from Imo state University, Owerri, Nigeria. She has a Master of Science degree in Pharmacology, from the University of Port Harcourt, and is presently a Research fellow and Lecturer in the Centre for Malaria Research and Phytomedicine. She has completed her doctoral thesis in Pharmacology, also in the University of Port Harcourt. She has also published papers and abstracts which have been presented in International and Local Conferences. Her research interests include Chemotherapy and Phytomedicine. Eme Olukemi Asuquo is a lecturer in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine. She is a member of the Research Team at the Centre for Malaria Research and Phytomedicine (CMRAP) of the University of Port Harcourt. Eme holds a Bachelor in Science in Microbiology from the University of Uyo, a Masters Degree in Environmental Management from the University of Lagos, a Master of Public Health Degree in Health Promotion and Education from the University of Ibadan and a Diploma in Health Systems Management from Galilee College Israel. She is currently conducting a literature for her PhD in Public Health. Omotayo O Ebong, Ijeom H Ogbuehi and Eme O Asuquo from Nigeria made a historical victory over the international competition and won Ronald Ross Research Award-2015 in Public Health.
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