OnwuezobeMBBCh (Calabar), M.Sc (Lagos), MPH (Lagos), FMCPath (Nigeria), FCPath ECSA (East Central and Southern Africa).

Dr Ifeanyi Abraham Onwuezobe, MBBCh, M.Sc, MPH, FMCPath and FCPath ECSA, is a Senior Lecturer and the Acting Head, Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, Facuty of Clinical Sciences.

He had his tertiary education at the College of Medicine, University of Calabar and obtained a Bacherlor of Medicine and Bachelor of Chirurgie (MBBCh) degrees in 1994. After his internship and youth service, he proceeded to the University of Lagos and obtained a Masters degrees in Medical Microbiology (M.Sc, 2001) and Masters in Public Health (MPH, 2006).

He did his postgraduate Residency training with the National Postgraduate Medical College and became a Fellow of Medical College of Pathologists subspecialty, Medical Microbiology and Parasitology (FMCPath (Med. Micro. and Para.) in 2007.

He is also a Fellow of the College of Pathologist of East Central and Southern Africa (FCPath ECSA) since 2016.
He started his job career with the General Hospital (now Federal Medical Center), Makurdi, Benue State as a House Officer; then African Petroleum Medical Center, Ijora, Lagos, as a Medical officer before proceeding for his postgraduate studies/Residency programme at the University of Lagos/ Lagos University Teaching hospital respectively.

He was appointed a Consultant Medical Microbiologist by the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital, in 2007 which was converted to Honarary Consultant cadre in 2008, having been appointed a Lecturer 1, by the University of Uyo in 2008.
Dr Ifeanyi A. Onwuezobe also holds other appointments including, Chief Honorary Consultant and Coordinator of Residency training, University of Uyo Teaching hospital; Examination officer; Postgraduate Course Coordinator in Medical Microbiology and Marketing editor of Faculty of Clinical Science’s journal (World Journal of Biomedical Research.

He was also formerly the Laboratory Medicine Examination Coordinator.
He has 35 Publications in Local and International Journals; supervised many M.Sc and Part II Fellowship Research Projects and has attended many conferences.

He is married with children and loves listening to music, traveling and reading.

Dr. MkpoutoFellow, West African College of Physicians
M. B; BCh (Calabar) Paediatric Neuology