Ofusori D.A.

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Ofusori
David Adesanya
Dr
BSc, MSc, PhD
david_anatomist@rocketmail.com
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
Research Interest(s): 
Immunohistochemistry
Electron microscopy
Gastroenterology
Trado-medical research and Comparative anatomy

Dr Ofusori has contributed immensely in the teaching of Medical, Dental, Nursing and Physiotherapist students. He also involved in the training of postgraduate students within and outside the Department. As a basic Anatomist, he co-investigated the ameliorative effects of some plants extracts on gastric mucosa damage caused by necrotizing agents.

In pursuit of a better clearing agent to replace the current one (xylene) which is costly and hazardous, we designed a new clearing agent formula which consisted a mixture of kerosene which is less costly with xylene in an appropriate proportion to reduce and neutralize the hazardous effects of xylene without compromising the cellular details or staining qualities of the processed tissues.

With resent international exposure, Dr Ofusori is proficient in electron microscopy, immunoelectron microscopy, immunocytochemistry, immunoflourescence, RT-PCR, ELISA and flow cytometry. These training will in no doubt give him the opportunity to advance the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology. It will also facilitate the anticipated academic excellence and research ethos envisaged for our great Institution.