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PREVIOUS VISITORS TO THE MPED RESEARCH CENTER

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Dr Nasim Sultana

2003

 

Bioactive secondary metabolites isolated from two medicinal plant species Arctotis arctotoides and Usnea undulata.

 

Dr Bola Oyedeji

2004

 

Extraction and characterization of some essential oils isolated from selected medicinal plants in the  Eastern Cape

 

Dr Patrick Adebola

2005

 

Development of tissue culture protocol for micropropagation and conservation of Arctotis arctotoides.

 

Dr Yinka Asekun

2005

 

Studies on the effect of drying methods on the essential oil composition and yield of some Eastern Cape aromatic plants

 

Dr Florence Jimoh

2006

 

Biological activities and safety evaluation of Arctotis arctotoides and some leafy wild vegetables in the Eastern Cape

 

Mrs MO Sofidiya

2006-2007

 

A Visiting Scientist from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She worked on the isolation of antioxidant compounds from several plant extracts.

 

Dr MO Adewumi

2007 and 2009

 

 

A Visiting Scientist from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. He worked on the analysis of essential oil plant farming.

 

Dr M.T. Yakubu

2008

Post-doctoral fellow from University of Ilorin, Nigeria.  His research interest:

"The efficacy and safety of plants traditionally used in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, for the management of male sexual dysfunction".

 

Dr M.M. Mostafa

2008

Postdoctoral fellow from Bangaladesh.

 Research interest:

"Bioefficacy of a South African indigenous medicinal plant: assessment of its chemical and biological potential".

 

Dr T. Sunmonu

2009

Postdoctoral research fellow from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria.

Research interest: Anti-diabetic and toxicological evaluation of Artemisia afra leaves using albino rats as model.

 

Mrs B. Sunmonu

2009

 

Laboratory Assistant.

 

Mrs Temitope

2009

 

Visiting PhD student from Nigeria, working on mycorrhizal spores.

Mrs G A Otunola

2010

 Working towards a PhD - Biochemical analysis of hot-water extracts of some spices and their effect on diet-induced hypercholesterolmic rats.

Ms Blessing Mbaebie

2010

PhD student, working on the Phytomedical investigations of plants used for the treatment of obesity and metabolic syndrome.
 

Dr Omotayo Dosumu

2010

 

Visiting Researcher from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. He worked on the isolation of some bioactive compounds from Aloe spp.
 

Mr Sunday Okoh

2010/2011

Chemical profiles and antioxidant activity of essential oils extracted from the leaf, stem and stem bark of Parkia biglobosa (Jacq) Benth.
 

Dr Ola-Davies

2011

Started working on genotoxicity inhibitory activities of leaf extract of Spondias mombin L (Anacardiaceae and Chromolaena odorata L (Asteraceae).
 Dr Sunday

Dr Sunday Arowosegbe

2011

Worked on allelopathic properties of Aloe ferox.
 Rejoice Atiko

Mrs Rejoice Atiko

2011

 

Worked on phytochemical analyses.
 Ola

Ms Olaoluwa Adeyemi

2011

Worked on the effect of processing on the quality of some fishes.
 Bolaji

Mrs Bolaji Oluremi 

2012

Visiting Research Fellow, Worked on anti-measles activity of two selected medicinal plants.

 

Mrs Josephine Sharaibi

2012

Visiting Research Fellow, working on phytomedicines used for the treatment of hyperprolactinemia.

   

Dr Moses David 

2012

 

Postdoctoral fellow, worked on the Antibacterial activity of medicinal plants used for the treatment of oral infections in South Africa.

 Dr Gita

Dr Idayat Gbadamosi

2013

Postdoctoral fellow
 Prof Otunola

 Prof ET Otunola

2012

 Visiting Professor.
 Roland

 Dr Rowland M.O. Kayode

2014  

  

Visiting Researcher.

Working on:

1. The cytotoxicity and effect of extraction methods on the chemical composition of Moringa oleifers essential oil. 

2. Mechanism of action of the essential oil of Moringa oleifera on selected food spoilage and pathogenic bacteria.

 Sinbad  

Dr Olubukola S. Olorunnisola

2015

 Postdoctoral fellow.

Worked on the Development of Novel carrier for the treatment of Malaria


 Ayodele

Prof Sammy M. Ayodele

2015

Visiting Professor.

Worked on cultivation of mushrooms.

 

Dr Wilfred Otang-Mbeng

2015

Postdoctoral fellow.

Worked on medicinal plants used for the management of fungal infections in HIV/AIDS patients.