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A.  Personal data
Name
Date of birth
Present position

B.  Educational Background
Schools attended
Scholarships
Distinctions
Awards

C.  Work Experience
Posts held
Details of academic experience
Professional achievement
Guest Lectures

D.  Publications
Books
Contributions to books
CDs
Websites
Articles
Proceedings
Published abstracts

E. Electronic Books

F. Published videos

G.  Conferences

H.  Summary of contributions to knowledge

I. Achievements

J.  Contact

 

 

 

 


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ICT lecture network, Jos. Click to open lecture on Electronic Medicine

 

 

 

 


Sir John, KOJ (UK)
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A.  PERSONAL DATA

 

Profile

Professor Sir John Oluwole Ogunranti was born in Jos Nigeria 7 March 1954. He attended primary and secondary education in Ibadan Nigeria. He studied Medicine at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in Nigeria between 1972 and 1978. He went for further studies at Cambridge University UK and became a reproductive scientist. He began lecturing Human Anatomy at University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria in 1980 and later changed to the University of Jos, Nigeria in 1989 where he rose to the level of Professor of Anatomy. He was Dean of Medicine at the University of Jos Nigeria between 2004 to 2006. [He built the first Human Anatomy Museum in Africa which is available freely on internet since 1995- <http://www.hamj.org>  He is currently engaged in the Web based Electronic School of Medicine, presently the largest on internet   (www.oluwoleogunranti.com) which promises to be first to integrate the entire discipline of Medicine with virtual procedures for learning in electronic media. This, he hopes, will change the way Medicine is taught for good (better) and for good (permanently) for he considers that there is too much rote learning in modern Medicine. He uses electronic methods (computer) to examine virtual (electronic) patients and for electronic medicine. Professor Ogunranti is Visiting Professor to Universities where he uses his Electronic programs to teach under the caption of IPEM (Integrated Procedural Electronic Medicine). He is still engaged in his reproductive research and specializes in the Fallopian tube [He found that the tube is an active endocrine gland influencing the entire female reproductive tract]. Professor Ogunranti has many International biographical, academic and research awards and over 100 awards and honors in total [the most prominent of which is the ULTIMATE ACHIEVER for Professional (Cambridge, summer 2010] with well over 150 publications in his scientific field. He is a Noble member of the Sovereign Order of the Knights of Justice of the United Kingdom and also Member Wolfson College, Cambridge, UK. He was Visiting Professor of Anatomy, Imperial College, London, UK, and he is presently Professor of Anatomy, University of Jos.

Professor Ogunranti uses his Electronic School to teach medical students round the world and is open to invitation to teach Electronic Medicine, specifically Electronic Anatomy.

 

NAME:  Professor Sir JOHN OLUWOLE OGUNRANTI, KOJ (UK)
 
FASN (M),  HonAAICL,  MDipl (Worl Acd Lett).

DATE OF BIRTH:  7 MARCH 1954

PLACE OF BIRTH:  JOS, NIGERIA
NATIONALITY:  NIGERIAN
NAME & ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN: 

MRS YINKA AFOLAYAN, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, NIGERIA
TEL 08022318558
 

PRESENT POSITION:      PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY

FORMERLY DEAN, FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
HEAD OF ENTIRE MEDICAL SCHOOL,                                                                              UNIVERSITY OF JOS, NIGERIA (2004-6)

TITLES: KOJ, KentCol, HonAAICL, FASN (M), FABI. 

KOJ (SIR): British Knight;  Member of Knights of Justice of the UK (KOJ)
KentCol:    Kentucky Colonel, USA
HonAAICL: Honorary  Fellow of the Australian-Asian Institute of Civil Leadership, Australia
FASN:        Fellow of Anatomical Society of Nigeria (Merit)
FABI:         Fellow of American Biographical Society
                        

 


 

B.  EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

SCHOOLS ATTENDED WITH DATES

1.         Anglican Grammar School, Igbara-Oke, via Akure, 1969.

2.         International School, Ibadan, 1964-1966

Obtained West African School Certificate (WASC) in 1969 with Division 1, 5 distinctions, 3 credits

UNIVERSITIES

1.    Cambridge University, Wolfson College, Cambridge, UK (1985-1987) Dissertation on Oviduct

2.    Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria 1970-1978

 

QUALIFICATIONS

DEGREES
1.       MB ChB,  (Ife) 1978

·      2.       BSc (Health Sciences) Second Class Upper Division, 1975. BSc Dissertation in Histochemistry

(Anatomy) Comparative study of Ultimobranchial gland and C cells in some vertebrates, 1975.

FELLOWSHIP/MEMBERSHIP

1.  Membership, Wolfson College Cambridge, UK Oviduct: Studies on transplantation and other reproductive biotechnology models. 1,300 pp, 1985.

2.  Fellow of Anatomical Society of Nigeria by Merit FASN (M), 2004.

3.  Fellow of American Biographical Institute (FABI), 2005

 

OTHERS

Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) USA, Certification to practice in the USA, 1978 before medical graduation

DISTINCTIONS

1.       Two out of 3 integrated subject themes in 1973

2.       One out of  3 integrated subject themes in 1974

100 AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND HONOURS (local 23;International 103) = 126

A  LOCAL/NATIONAL AWARDS

 

1. PACE MAKER AWARD. 'In recognition of your Pioneering Work in Electronic Medicine and the Advancement of Medical Education.' 27th Annual JUMSA (Jos Medical Students Association) Health Week February 2014.

2.  Award  of Excellence, Jos University Medical Students' Association (JUMSA) 24 March 2013.

3.  Former Dean Award. Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria. 23 March 2013.

4. 2013 Éclat '13 Excellence Award from Graduating Doctors of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. March 13 2013. Paper

5.    2012 Living Legends Landmarks' Award. Publishers of Living Legends Magazine. CitationPROFESSOR -THE FIRST  'For his monumental Achievements through the ages..'

6.    2011 AfricanAGE International Academics Award for Excellence. Publishers of African International Magazine. Award for 'Your attributes as an outstanding achiever of remarkable intelligence, who defines the path, instead of following the mapped out ones by others, who aims to make history instead of being shaped by events... Dec 2011 Citation

7.    Offer of Education Gold Award- 2006 TimeNEWS  2006 Leadership in Nigeria.

8.    Best Lecturer Award (Preclinics) Graduating Doctors, University of Jos, 2006.

9.    Best Lecturer Award (Preclinics) Graduating Doctors, University of Jos, 2005.

10.    NIMSA (Nigeria Medical Students' Association) Award of Excellence 'For Medical Education Development through Information Technology (IT)'.2004

11.    Best Lecturer Award (Preclinics) Graduating Doctors, University of Jos, 2004

12.    Merit Award, Association of Resident Doctors Jos University Hospital for 'untiring effort and research, information technology and training of Doctors.' February 2004

13.    Medical Elder, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Graduating Oath ceremony 2001

14.    Best Lecturer Award (Preclinical) Graduating Doctors, University of Jos, 2001

15.       Merit Award, Jos University Medical Students Association (JUMSA), Jos, 1999

16.       Certificate of Meritorious Service, Jos University Medical Students' Association (JUMSA), 1997

17.       Merit Award Association of Medical Laboratory Science Students, Jos, 1996

18.       Best Lecturer Award (preclinical) Graduating Doctors, 1998

19.       Best Lecturer Award (preclinical) Graduating Doctors, 1995

20.       Best Lecturer Award Graduating doctors in Jos, 1994

21.       Oyo State Merit Award, 1975

22.       Western State Merit Award, 1973

23.       National Merit Award, 1970.

B  INTERNATIONAL AWARDS /OFFERS

1. INTERNATIONAL SOCRATES PRIZE 2012- OXFORD

2.  THE ULTIMATE ACHIEVER AWARD, International Biographical Center Cambridge, UK. August 2010.

     Citation.

3.  Seat of Wisdom, ABI, 2010

4.  Man of the Year 2010, ABI

5.  Ambassador of Knowledge, ABI  Cambridge August 2010

6.  The Order of International Fellowship Peace Prize, International Biographical Center, Cambridge, UK, Feb 2010.

7.  Intellectual of the Year, 2009. American Biographical Institute, USA, December 2009

8.  Inner Circle of the International Biographical Center, IBC, 2009.

9.  Hall of Fame for Distinguished Accomplishments, ABI, 2009

10.  International Profile of Accomplished Leaders; Published by ABI, 2009.

11.  International Biographical Center's Salute to Greatness Award, IBC, UK. July 2009

12. The International Order of Merit, IBC Cambridge, UK, July 2009

13.  Man of the Year 2009. American Biographical Institute, March 2009.

14.  Vice President, Recognition Board of The World Congress of Arts, Sciences and Communications, March 2009.

15.   Man of the Year for Medicine and Health Care- ABI, January 2009

16.  The International Hippocrates Award for Medical Achievement- Iconic Achievers. International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK. January 2009.

17.  International Biographical Center Lifetime Achievement Award, November 2008

18.  Most Notable Intellectual of 2008, American Biographical Institute, November 2008

19.  Legendary Leader, American Biographical Institute, USA, Nov 2008

20.  Certificate of Exhibitor, WORLD FORUM, Oxford, August 2008.

21.  Certificate of Participation in WORLD FORUM, Oxford August 2008

22.  Man-of-the-Year 2008 Representing Nigeria, ABI, July 2008

23.  American Order of Merit [Medical Merit], ABI, June 2008

24.  500 Great Leaders - Honors Edition, ABI,  May 2008

25.  Member of Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, USA., May 2008

26.  Honorary Fellow of Australian-Asian Institute of Civil Leadership, April 2008.

27.  2007 Man of Achievement Award of the American Biographical Institute. December 2007.

28. Charter Member, Leading Intellectuals of the World. American Biographical Institute, Dec 2007.

29. 500 Greatest Geniuses of the 21st Century 2006 American Biographical Institute, September 2006.

30. 2007 Lifetime of Achievement Award, 2007 from the United Cultural Convention, October 2007.

31. Order of International Ambassador (ABI, 2007)

32. Leading Educators of the World 2007 IBC Cambridge, UK

33. Man of Achievement Award, ABI. July 2007

34. Fellow of American Biographical Institute, ABI USA

35.  World's Most Respected Experts, ABI, September 2007

36.  International Peace Prize, United Cultural Convention,, May 2007

37.  Man of the Year, ABI, 2007

38. World Medal of  Freedom (x3), 2007 ABI

39. Great Minds of the 21st Century, February 2007, ABI

40. Knighthood; Noble Member of the Chilvaric Order of the Knights of Justices, UK. January 2007. Investiture April 2008.

41. 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century Award, 2007. IBC, Cambridge, U.K.

42. World Most Respected Expert- American Biographical Institute, USA, January 2007.

43. Legion of Honor of the American Cultural Convention, January 2007

44. Excellence Award, International Biographical Centre, UK in the IBC Global Year of Excellence-2007. January 2007.

45.  2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century Award, 2006. IBC, Cambridge, U.K.

46. Gold Medal for Nigeria, America Biographical Institute, USA, November 2006.

47. Great Minds of the 21st Century Hall of Fame. American Biographical Institute, US, October 2006.

48. 21st Century award for Achievement International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK, 2006.

49. Dictionary of International Biography Inclusion. International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK.

50.  500 Greatest Geniuses of the 21st Century 2006 American Biographical Institute, September 2006.

51.  Presidential Seal of Honor 2006. American Biographical Institute. September 2006

52.  Dedication of the World Directory of Expertise.

53.  Inclusion into the American Hall of Fame, June 2006

54.  Dedication of ABI Great Minds of the 21st Century

55.  Dedication of ABI International Directory of Experts and Expertise

56.  Marquis' "Who is Who in the World"

57.  Sovereign Ambassador of the Order of American Ambassadors  July 2006

58.  21st Century Award for Achievement- April 2006, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK.

59.  American Medal of Honour, 4th time - February 2006

60.  International Biographical Dictionary Inclusion, ABI, February 2006.

61.  Man-of-the-Year 2006, American Biographical Institute, February 2006

62.  International Professional of the Year-2006, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK. Cambridge, UK, February 2006.

63.  2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of 21st Century -2006. International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK. January 2006.

64.  Diploma of Expertise in Medicine and Inclusion in the International Director of Experts and Expertise

65. World Medal of Freedom (2). January 2006. ABI

66. World Lifetime Achievement Award, American Biographical Institute, 2006.

67.  Excellence Award, International Biographical Centre, UK in the IBC Global Year of Excellence-2006. January 2006.

68.  Legion of Honor, United Cultural Convention, USA, November 2005 for only 5 individuals at one time in the world who represent peace, expertise, dignity, knowledge and dedication.

69. Decree of Excellence; International Biographical Centre, England, December 2005.

70. 500 Greatest Geniuses of the 21st Century, American Biographical Society, November 2005.

71.  2005 The Cambridge Blue Book MAN-OF-THE -YEAR- September 2005.

72.  Adviser to the Director General, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, U.K. July 2005.

73.  The Da Vinci Diamond For Inspirational Achievement June 2005

74. International Biographical Centre Cambridge, UK, 21st Century Achievement award May 2005.

75.  Elected into the World Academy of Letters with a Master Diploma May 2005

76.  International Professional of the Year 2005, ABC, Cambridge, U.K.

77.  Fellow of American Biographical Institute 2005

78. Man of Achievement Award, ABI USA February 2005.

79.  Induction into Hall of Fame in Medicine, IBC Cambridge, April 2005

80.  Man of the Year 2005, American Biographical Institute, USA 

81.  Deputy Governor, Research Board of Advisors of American Biographical Institute, January 2005.

82.  First 500 in the World, Cambridge International Biographical Center, 2005

83.  World Life Time Achievement Award, ABI, 2005 USA.

84.  Presidential Seal of Honor, ABI, USA, 2005

85.  Certificate of Distinction, Cambridge, UK, 2005

86.  The Order of International Fellowship, 500 members only. Cambridge, UK Dec 2004

87. Cambridge Blue Book. First chapter inclusion award for Outstanding Contribution in Anatomy. November 2004.

88.  International Peace Prize- United Cultural Convention USA.

89.  The International Biographic Centre Lifetime Achievement Award-2004, IBC, Cambridge, UK

90.  Lifetime of Achievement-One hundred  September 2004, IBC, Cambridge, UK

91.  Honorary Member, Research Board of Advisor, American Biographical Institute, USA

92.  Order of International Ambassadors (OIA), American Biographical Institute, USA.

93.  Deputy Director General  International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK.

94.  2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century, International Biographical Center, Cambridge, UK.

95.  Great Minds of the 21st Century Proclamation and Inclusion, 2004. Publication by American Biographical Institute.

96.  The Achievement in Research Award, American Biographical Institute, 2004

97.  The Medical Excellence Award, American Biographical Institute, 2004

98. The Teaching Excellence Award, American Biographical Institute, 2004

99.  Man-of-the-year-2004 by the American Biographical Institute, 2004

100.  American Medal of Honor, 2004.

101.  Honorary Member Research Board of Advisors of the American Biographical Institute, 2004

102. Commonwealth Academic Staff award Scholarship to study Reproductive Biotechnology at Cambridge University (1985-1987)

103.  Award winning essay competition. Best entry in Nigeria for the United Nations sponsored International Students Workshop on Environment and Population, Tokyo, Hachioji-Diakagu, Inter-Varsity Seminar House, Japan, 1976. (Award winning)

 

STUDENT PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

1.       1st President of the Ife Medical Students Association (IFUMSA), 1973-1975).

2.       Represented Nigeria as student in United Nations sponsored International Students Workshop on Environment and Population, Tokyo, Hachioji-Diakagu Inter-Varsity Seminar House, Japan, 1976. (Award winning).

3.    Clinical Clerkship at Korle-Bu Accra Ghana in 1977 and Birmingham Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 1977.

OTHERS

Has traveled all over the world before the age of 23 years and has visited the following countries over 30 countries world wide- Nigeria , Ghana, Togo, Benin, Ivory Coast, UK, France, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Greece, Brazil, Yugoslavia, Croatia, Bosnia, Germany, Turkey, USA, Belgium, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, India, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, Macao, China, Iraq, Taiwan.


 

C.      WORK EXPERIENCE

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY/ POSTS HELD

1.      Presently Professor of Anatomy, University of Jos, Nigeria

2.      Formerly Visiting Professor Imperial College London

3.      Dean, Faculty of Medical Sciences (entire medical school), University of Jos, August 2004 to September 2006.

4.      Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy University of Jos 2000 till 2004.

5.      Professor of Anatomy, University of Jos 1998 till date

6.      Acting Head of Department of Anatomy University of Jos, 1990-1998

7.       Acting Head of Department of Anatomy University of Port Harcourt, 1983-85.

8.       Lecturer I in Anatomy 1983-1989, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

9.       Lecturer II in Anatomy 1981-83, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

10.       Part Time Lecturer in Anatomy, Port Harcourt University, Nigeria 1980

11.     Founder and Chief Medical Director- Christ Clinic, Port Harcourt, 1982-84; Special Surgical Centre.

12.     Medical Officer Funtai Clinic, Port Harcourt, Nigeria 1981-1982.

13.      Medical Officer, Teme Klinik, Port Harcourt, Nigeria 1980-81

14.      National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)- Medical Officer General Hospital Ankpa, Nigeria.

15.       Housemanship, University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan, Nigeria 1978-1979

16.       Post-BSc Research assistant in Anatomy, Obafemi Awolowo University (Professor  TAI Grillo’s Laboratory),  Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 1975

 

DETAILS OF ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

1.    Supervised a PhD in Anatomy- Emmanuel Stephen Mador in 2011- Ultrasound fetal anthropometry.

2.    Currently supervising 1 research student dissertation for PhD (Anatomy- Dermatoglyphics)

3.    Supervised 4 MSc (Anatomy) in 2005-2011

4.    Supervised 5 BSc dissertations in Anatomy in 2005

5.    Supervised 23 BSc Research students dissertations for BSc (Anatomy) in 2003-4.

6.    Supervised 36 BSc student dissertations 1982-1989 as follows

·               1989- 3 students

·               1985- 10 students

·               1983- 23 students

 BSc students who have become full Professors of Anatomy world wide

  • Amadi Ihunwo- South Africa

  • Tonye Jacks- Maiduguri

  • Hakeem Fawehinmi - Port Harcourt

PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Membership of Professional bodies

1.     President, International Society for the Advancement of Human Anatomy (ISAHA)  http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/isaha.htm

2 .     Ambassador, WORLD FORUM, Oxford, UK 2010

3 .     Ambassador WORLD FORUM, Cambridge, UK 2008

4.      Chairman of National Universities Commission (NUC) Accreditation Committees  to many Nigerian Universities and Chairman 2006.

5.       Executive Director, NGO- AFASH (Action for AIDS and Sexual Hygiene) Department of Anatomy,  1997  University of Jos - http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/afash/afash.htm   

7.       Fellow, American Biographical Institute, 2005

8.       Medical Council Membership of Accreditation Committees to many Nigerian Universities (2005-to date).

9.       Membership of National Universities Commission (NUC) Nigeria, Accreditation Committees  to many Nigerian Universities (2005-to date).

10.      Vice President, Anatomical Society of Nigeria since 2004-2006

11.      Secretary Anatomical Society of West Africa, 1997-2000

12.      Vice President, Anatomical Society of West Africa since 2000-12
13.      Fellow, Anatomical Society of Nigeria by Merit 2000
14.      Formerly, Secretary Genetics Society of Nigeria (1988-1991)

15.      External Examiner in Anatomy for Professional MBBS Examination in Anatomy to most medical schools in Nigeria from 1990 till date

16.      External Examiner in MSc and PhD in Anatomy to some Nigerian Medical schools.
17.      West African Society for Pharmacology (WASP), since 1989
18.      AIDS Research Network, since 1989
19.      Neuroscience Society of Nigeria, since 1989
20.      Afrancet Science Group, since 1988
21.      Science Association of Nigeria since 1985
22.      Nigeria Transplantation Society, 1985
23.      Physiological Society of  Nigeria since 1984

 

OTHERS

  • Built the First African Academic Interactive CD on Human Anatomy- Osteology Tutorial- clinical version, August 2003.
  • Developed the first internet site for Prevention of AIDS in Nigeria- March 2002.

       http://anatomyjos.tripod.com/afash/afash.htm now in

       http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/afash/afash.htm

  •  Built the first internet Website in Human Anatomy in West Africa

November 2001- http://jogunranti.tripod.com  (formerly)

  • DISTINGUISHED TRAINING CAREER IN CAMBRIDGE, in which supervisor

       mentioned ‘encouraging results’ and Trinity College said ‘you clearly have an impressive academical record’, 1987.

  • HUMAN ANATOMY MUSEUM: Dissected and set up the first HAM in Africa at Jos 1995
  • Set up the first website for a study human anatomy museum world wide in Dec 2011 www.hamj.org  
  • Dissected over 100 cadavers between 1980 and 2010.
  • Founder and Executive Director of Departmentally (Anatomy Dept, University of Jos, Nigeria) based Non Governmental Organization (NGO) for Prevention of AIDS called AFASH www.oluwoleogunranti.com/afash.htm (Action for AIDS & Sexual Hygiene) which is one of the most active in Nigeria.
  • Set up the first Computer laboratory, Department of Anatomy, University of Jos and Information technology lecture  network (see images).
  • Set up the first research laboratory in the Department of Anatomy, University of Jos, 1990
     
  • CHAIRMAN, P.I.C. OF PROPOSED KING'S UNIVERSITY [Kingsway International Christian Center, UK] 2009 to2014

 

GUEST LECTURES

          1. Award Lecture Seminar on Entrepreneurship, Aptitude and Leadership (SEAL), Ife (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife)  Graduating Doctors (Éclat '13) Award on Challenges of the 21st Century Medical Doctor. 14 March 2013.

          

          2. KEY NOTE ADDRESS: Prolegomena to Three Dimensional Learning:  Adventures in scientific serendipity.  Opening ceremony of the 11th International  Conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa (ASWA) 26 July 2012.

  • 3..Guest Lecture to NIMR (Nigerian Institute of Medical Research ) on Electronic Medicine using Recombinant DNA , 16 June 2011. Hand-on-Training in BIOINFORMATICS for Health Scientists and Technologists...learn the basics of bioinformatics from experts. 13-16 June 2011.

     
  • 4 GUEST LECTURE: Medical Practice: Challenges and prospects in the global economic down turn, Association of Resident Doctors ARD OGM, November 2009.

 

  • 5.  GUEST LECTURE: Embryology of the Cardiovascular system. Nigerian Society for Cardiology, Jos, Nigeria, September 2008.
  • 6 KEY NOTE ADDRESS. 6th Conference of the Anatomical Society of Nigeria. Challenges and prospects of Anatomy in the 21st Century, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, October 2008.

   

    7  GUEST  LECTURE: Cloning-to-clinic: molecular biological tools in modern 
    pharmacotherapy
;
35th International Conference of the West African Society for 

    Pharmacology (WASP), Jos, October 2008.

          8.  INAUGURAL LECTURE. 8th day of Creation: Test tubes, genes and baby tubes,
         
University of
 Jos Press, 2008. PAPER:

          9. Electronic Medicine. Imperial College, London Department of Hepatology, St Mary's  Hospital, London. May 2008.

  • 10 GUEST LECTURE. Electronic Medicine. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, August 8, 2007.
  • 11.  Resource speaker: Telemedicine. Annual Conference of the Neuroscience Society of Nigeria, Jos, Nigeria; August 2006.
  • 12. GUEST LECTURE. Modern Trend in Medical Education. University of Ilorin. Graduating Doctor Class. Modern Trend in Medical Education, 8 August 2006
  • 13. GUEST LECTURE.  E-learning initiatives in Medical Sciences. 4th Annual ICT Conference, University of  Jos, December 2004.
  • 14. GUEST LECTURE [Association of Resident Doctors Jos] - ICT In Modern Medicine July 2003
  • 15. GUEST LECTURE [National Association of Residents Doctors] General Meeting -Cloning- June 2001
  • 16. GUEST LECTURE [Sickle cell disease anthropometry] International Conference on Sickle cell Disease and environmental sickling agents, Port Harcourt, August 2000.

   

 

REFEREES

1.       Professor A.M.A. Imevbore, Environmental Consultants, Lagos

2.       Professor J.O. Ibu, Department of Physiology, College of Health Sciences, Benue State University Makurdi, Nigeria.

3.       Professor J.U. Egere. Formerly Dean of Medicine, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria.


 

D.  PUBLICATIONS

LIBRARY

OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005).  Jos Electronic library of Medicine (JELM) 130GB with 1 million files. Exhibited at the Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair (NURESDEF), Abuja, National Universities Commission, Abuja, Nigeria- December 2005. The only e learning library in the world.

 

PROFESSIONAL WEB-SITES

 

2.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2006). www.oluwoleogunranti.com  - website for the Electronic School of Medicine. Set up to cater for online e-learning using mainly multimedia and animations for learning complex and difficult procedures in medicine. 24 November 2006. Over 300,000 webpages.

 

3.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). www.hamj.org  - , Jos, Faculty of Medical Science University of Jos, Nigeria. One of the earliest and few study Human anatomy museums on internet; set up for University of Jos, Nigeria.

 

4.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2001).  http://jogunranti.tripod.com  - a website for  The HUMAN ANATOMY LABORATORY. FIRST AFRICAN WEBSITE to study Human anatomy. November 2001. Closed November 2008. Replaced by www.hamj.org

 

5.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2001). http://anatomyjos.tripod.com  -a website of the Department of Anatomy, University of Jos (2001-8).

 

BOOKS

 

6. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Neuroanatomy Practical: An electronic workbook and manual for the anatomy medical student. 120 pp. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

7. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Histology and Cell Biology An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

8. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Embryology Practical:  An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

9. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Osteology Practical and tutorial:  An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

10. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Gross anatomy Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

11. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Living anatomy Practical:  An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

12. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Medicine Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

13. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Pocket Anatomy, Companion to Anatomy Bible, mini. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

14.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012) Sexual Hygiene: a manual of the principles and practice of sexual hygiene for use in lower and higher institutions.  http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/afash/book1.htm Now published by Electronic School of Medicine Publications .

 

15.       OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012).  Degree Anatomy: a textbook of advanced anatomy for degree students. 1042 pp  2nd edition. Electronic School of Medicine Publications. 1st edition  1985. University of Port Harcourt Press, 800 pp.

 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS

 

16. MADOR E.S. OGUNRANTI J.O. and PAM I.C. (2014). Anthropometric Detection of Macrosomia in Nigerian Fetuses. Anthropometric Detection of Macrosomia in Nigerian Fetuses. Research on Diabetes II. ISBN: 978-1-922227-478. iConcept Press. Retrieved from http://www.iconceptpress.com/books/research-on-diabetes-ii/

16.  MADOR E.S. OGUNRANTI J.O. PAM I. (2013). Fetal macrosomia in Maternal Diabetes.  Research on Diabetes I. ISBN: 978-1477555-01-9. iConcept Press.

 

17.  MADOR E.S. MUTIHIR J.T. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Fetal head circumference as an anthropometric index. In: Preedy VR (ed): Handbook of Anthropometry. Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease. vol 5. Springer, 477-516.

 

18.       OGUNRANTI J.O. (1987).  Medicine and medical systems in society.  In: Science, Technology and Society. ed AL Arinze.  Port Harcourt Publishing House.

 

 

 

COMPUTER DISC- READ ONLY MEMORY (CD-ROMS)

 

19.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Osteology Tutorials Interactive CD 670MB (2001, 2003) The Human Anatomy Laboratory Jos, 2004.

 

20.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Neuronanatomy-Embryology-Histology (NEH); Interactive CD, 685 MB, The Human Anatomy Laboratory, Jos 2002

 

21.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Clinical Anatomy 250MB,  The Human Anatomy Laboratory, Jos 2004.

 

22.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Neuroanatomy 300MB, The Human Anatomy Laboratory, Jos 2004.

 

23.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Histology CD- 300MB, The Human Anatomy Laboratory, Jos 2004.

 

24.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Embryology CD- 350MB, The Human Anatomy Laboratory, Jos 2004.

 

25. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Soft tissue anatomy; Interactive CD.

 

DVD/VIDEO CDs FOR LEARNING 

 

26.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Histology Video CD/DVD; The Human Anatomy Laboratory Jos,2004.

 

27.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Embryology Video CD/DVD,  2004; FIRST OF ITS KIND, The Human Anatomy Laboratory Jos, 2004.

 

28.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Osteology Videos CDs, 2 volumes, 2004, The Human Anatomy Laboratory Jos, 2004.

 

29.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Neuroanatomy Video CD, 2004, The Human Anatomy Laboratory Jos, 2004.

 

30.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Introduction to Computing, 500MB, 2004, The Human Anatomy Laboratory, Jos 2004.

 

 

SOFTWARES FOR E LEARNING ON INTERNET

 

31.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2006). Virtual Human Anatomy Museum- The only open Anatomy Museum on the world wide web.
http://www.hamj.org/anatomy/museumvr/framestudy.htm

 

32.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2006). Electronic surgeon- a programme developed to study surgery.


http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com.org/esurgeon/es.htm

 

33. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Electronic doctor- a versatile programme to clinically examine a patient.
http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/edoctor/ed.htm

 

34.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Electronic dissector- a program designed to dissect the human body from skin to bone.
http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/elemdissector/elemdissectorpage.htm  http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/advancedissector/advancedissectorpage.htm

 

35.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2001). Electronic midwife- first of its kind worldwide for the e-learning of midwifery and Obstetrics of human delivery. http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/og/index1.htm

 

ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNALS

 

36. MADOR E.S. I.C. Pam, J.E. Ekedigwe and J.O. OGUNRANTI, 2012. Ultrasound Biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: 1. Estimated Fetal Weight.  Asian Journal of Medical Sciences, 4(2): 89-93.

 

37.  MADOR E.S. Pam I.C. Mutihir J.T. Adoga G.I. and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian fetuses. Head circumference reference values. African Journal of Natural Sciences 12:15-23.

 

38. MADOR E.S. Ekwempu C.C. Mutihir J.T. Adoga G.I. and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasonographic biometry: biparietal diameter of Nigerian foetuses. Nigerian Medical Journal 52(1): 41-44.

 

39. Mador E.S. Pam S.D. Pam I.C. Mutihir J.T. Adoga G.I. and OGUNRANTI (2010). Symphysiofundal height nomogram in ultrasound dated pregnancies. Asian Journal of Medical Sciences. 1: 64-67.

 

40. Mador E.S. Goncim H.Y. Pam I.C. Mutihir J.T. Adoga G.I. and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2010). Cephalic index: a fetal gestational age dependent biometric parameter. Asian Journal of Medical Sciences 1: 45-48.

 

41. Bot GM, Bot KG, Ogunranti JO, Onah JA, Sule AZ, Hassan I, Dung ED.The use of cyanoacrylate in surgical anastomosis: an alternative to microsurgery. J Surg Tech Case Rep. 2010 Jan;2(1):44-8.41.   
 

42. GONCIM HY, MADOR ES  OGUNRANTI JO (2010). Ricinus communis var minor inhibits follicular development and possibly ovulation in human subjects as shown by ultrasound follicle tracking. Clinical Medicine Insights: Reproductive Health 4:1-4.

 

43. Mador E.S. Goncim H.Y. Kantiok H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2010). Effect of computer assisted instruction on student's achievement in histology. AICTTRA 2010 Proceedings 5:114-119.

 

44. Mador E.S. and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2009). Average pelvic dimensions of non-pregnant Nigerian women in Jos by X-ray pelvimery. The Nigeria Journal of General Practice. 8(3): 48-51.

 

45.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (2009). Web-based integrated procedural electronic medicine and medical education. Medical Teacher 31 (6) 562.

 

46. MADOR ES, OGUNRANTI JO (2009). Average pelvic dimensions of non-pregnant Nigerian women in Jos by Xray pelvimetry.  The Nigerian Journal of General Practice 8(3): 48-51.

 

47. MADOR ES PAM SD, OGUNRANTI JO (2009). Sonographic Embryology- the modality of choice in studying fetuses. African Journal of Natural Sciences. 12:15-23.

 

48. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2008). Electronic Medicine and Medical Education. Journal of Medicine in the Tropics 10(2): 3-7.

 

49. MADOR ES OGUNRANTI JO (2008). Molecular Embryology and Gene Therapy. Highland Medical Research Journal Jos 6(7), 7-8.

 

50. MADOR ES, SHUGABA ES, SHUGABA AI, YILTOK SJ, OGUNRANTI JO (2007). Blood corpuscular pattern in keloid patients. Highland Medical Research Journal 1(1), 7-8.

 

51. OGUNRANTI J O. (2002).  Cloning. Journal of Medicine in Tropics 4(2): 1-9 (invited article).

 

52.   OGUNRANTI J O UMAR M B T (2002). Histomorphometric studies of rat oviductal mucosal folds.  African Journal of Natural Sciences 2: 2-9.

 

53.  OGUNRANTI J O UMAR M B T (2002). Assisted reproductive technologies in animals and the oviduct. African Journal of Natural Sciences 2:10-16.

 

54.   OGUNRANTI J O UMAR M B T. (2001). Stereotaxis and brain of agamid lizard.  West African Journal of  Biological Sciences. 11:1-6.

 

55.   UMAR  M.B.T. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2001). Cloning. Humanity.3:1-7.62.  

 

56.   OGUNRANTI J O UMAR M B T (2000). Comparative histomorphometric studies of oviducts of rat, rabbit and human.  West African Journal of Biological Sciences West African Journal of Biological Sciences,10: 8-14.

 

57.  OGUNRANTI J O  M B.T. UMAR. (2000). Cholesterol and African Diet.  Humanity 2(2): 133-137.

 

58.   UMAR M.B.T. OGUNRANTI J.O.  (2000) The concept of Sexual Hygiene.  Humanity 2(2): 143-155.

 

59.   OGUNRANTI J O UMAR M B T  (2000) Lactic dehydrogenase activity in the rat oviduct. West African Journal of  Biological Sciences. 10: 1-7.

 

60.    UMAR M.B.T. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1999).  Ketamine hydrochloride anaesthesia in decorticate rats. West African Journal of Biological Sciences 9, 112-117

 

61.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1997).  Central and appendicular girth measurements in Nigerian women.  African Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences 45, 96-99.

 

62.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1995).  Cultural and biological diversity in medical practice.  World Health Forum 16, 66-68.

 

63.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1994).  Weight as a clinical anthropological parameter.  Discovery and Innovation 6, 267-275.

 

64.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (1994). Oviduct model of reproductive technologies. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science. 6(4): 469-474.

 

65.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1994).  Non-genetic leuko-neutropenia is related to dietary cholesterol: an experimental model with the rat.  Acta Haematologica 92, 61-65.

 

66.    OSUNKWO U.A.. IHEZUE C.H. ONUMINYA J.E. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1994).  A non-invasive method for stimulating sympathetic nervous function and increasing arterial blood pressure in anaesthetised female Wistar rats.  Medical Science Research 22, 107-109.

 

67.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1993).  Computer diagnostic histology. Discovery and Innovation 5, 381-382.

 

68. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1993).  Endocrine (APUD) cells in oviduct of sheep. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science. 7(4) 531-535.

 

69.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1992).  ∆5-3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity in rat oviduct and implications of oviductal steroidogenesis.  European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology  & Reproductive Biology 44,145-150.

 

70.    OGUNRANTI J.O. AGUIYI J.C. ROMA S. ONWUKEME K.E. (1992).  Chloroquine-induced pruritus and sickle cell gene trait in Africans. Possible pharmacogenetic relationship.  European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 43, 323-324.

 

71. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1992). Human oviduct contains endocrine (APUD) cells. Nig. J Physiol Sc. 8, 100.

 

72.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991).  Surface area in Nigerian adults and children Tropical and Geographical Medicine 42, 269-273.

 

73.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991).  Reproductive transplantation: the present and the future. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences 45(9), 247-251.

 

74.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991).  Histomorphometric evidence of cyclic changes in the rat oviduct.  Proceedings of the Nigeria Academy of Sciences 3, 52-68.

 

75. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991). Hypothetical bases for neuroendocrine control of reproduction. Nig. J Physiol Sc. 7, 74.

 

76.    OSUNKWO U.A. ONUMINYA J.E. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991).  Effect of different transcranial electrical stimulation on the electrocardiogram in rats.  Nigeria Journal of Neuroscience 1, 41-46.

 

77.    ONUMINYA J.E. OSUNKWO U.A. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991).  Effect of different transcranial electrical stimulation on the electrocardiogram in rats. Nigeria Journal of Neuroscience 1, 41-46.

 

78. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1990b). New aspects of physiology of oviduct. Nig J. Physiol Sc. 6, 93.

 

79.     OGUNRANTI J.O. (1990).  Cloning-to-clinic.  Recombinant DNA technology in modern medicine.  Nigeria Medical Practitioner 19, 23-25.

 

80.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1990).  Fundal height in pregnancy: anthropometric study.  International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 33, 299-305.

 

81.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989).  Haematological indices in Nigerians exposed to radioactive waste I,  Lancet ii, 667-669.

 

82.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989). Haematological indices in Nigerians exposed to radioactive waste II,  Lancet ii, 1277.

 

83. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989c). Vaginal cyclicity in the rat is abolished by surgical division of uterovaginal artery. Nig. J Physiol Sc 5, 166.

 

84.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1988).  Finger print and atd angles in Bodo people of Ogoni in the Niger Delta. Nigerian Journal of Genetics  7, 49-53.

 

85.      OGUNRANTI J.O. (1987).  A low cost design for free steaming and tyndallisation.  Nigerian Medical Practitioner 12, 26-27.

 

86.      OGUNRANTI J.O. (1987).  Anatomy of in vitro fertilisation. Indian Journal of Medical Science 40(10), 252-259.

 

87.      OGUNRANTI J.). (1987).  Video technology in integrated anatomy education Journal of Educational Television 13, 63-67.

 

88.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1987) Mid-arm circumference in Eastern Nigerian growing children. Clinical-nutritional-anthropometric parameter. Child Care, Health and Development 13, 59-67.

 

89.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1987).  Some physiological observations on ketamine hydrochloride anaesthesia in the agamid lizard. Laboratory Animals 21, 183-188.

 

90.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1987).  Preliminary assessments of the use of video aids in histology education. Nigerian Journal of Professional Studies in Education 1, 121-129.

 

91.     OGUNRANTI J.O. (1986).   Weight of contemporary Nigerian growing children in clinical anthropology. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 32, 221-224.

 

92.       DIDIA B.C. AND OGUNRANTI J.O. (1986).  Height and puberty in contemporary Nigerian growing children.  Journal of Tropical Pediatrics 32, 36-42.

 

93.       OGUNRANTI J.O. OBUOFORIBO A. AMABEOKU I. (1986).  Experimental model for the congenital Niigata-Minamata disease in the chick embryo. West African Journal of Anatomy 1, 49-56.

 

94.       OGUNRANTI J.O. (1984).  Malaria in Travellers, World Health Forum 5, 39-40.

 

ARTICLES IN INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS

 

95.  MADOR E.S., GONCIM HY  KANTIOK HY, OGUNRANTI JO. Effects of Computer Assisted Instruction on Students’ Achievement in Histology.  5th International Conference on ICT Applications,  Jos, Nigeria. Proceedings  2010, p 10.

 

96. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1990). Structure of rat & rabbit oviducts. International Symposium on Morphological Sciences, Nancy France, September, 1990.

97. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989). Histomorphometric preparation for gametic transport in the rat oviduct. Proceeding of the International Union of Physiological Sciences, XVIII, 163.

98.  OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989b). Histochemical and ultrastructural evidence that the oviduct is an endocrine gland. Proceedings of the 12th Federative International; Anatomical Congress, Rio, Brazil.

 

99.   OGUNRANTI J.O. CRAN D.G. MOOR R.M. (1986).  Morphological parcellation of the rat oviduct:  66 zones model.  Joint Winter Meeting Sutton Bonington, UK

 

100.   OGUNRANTI J.O. YUTAKA Y. MOOR R.M.  (1986).  APUD (Neuropeptide) cells in the oviduct of the sheep.  Joint Winter Meeting Sutton Bonington, UK.

 

101.   OGUNRANTI J.O. (1986).  Endocrine, molecular and morphological parcellation of the oviduct: the answer to implantation after in vitro fertilisation. 4th Annual Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa.  Maiduguri, Nigeria, November 1986.

 

102.   OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985).  Sickle cell disease anthropometry.  International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp.3

 

103.   EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O, (1985).  The antisickling and membrane stability properties of Cajanus cajan beans.  International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria , pp. 2

 

104.   EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985).  Management of sickle cell disease: pharmaconutritional perspective.  International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp. 23.

 

105.   EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985).  The Anti-sickling property of the aqueous extract of Cajanus cajan beans.  International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp. 23.

 

106.   EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985).  Anti-sickling and membrane stabilising properties of Cajanus cajan beans.  International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp. 23.

 

PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS
 

107.     OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989).  Animal breeding and biotechnology. Proceedings of the Seminar on Reproductive Biotechnologies, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.  The Genetics Society of Nigeria, Publications 2-15.

 

VIDEO/STUDIO

 

108.   OGUNRANTI J O (1985).  Videotape Port Harcourt Human Anatomy Video Project : Gross Anatomy; Medical-Surgical Anatomy Series.  Published by the Instructional Resource Center, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

 

TECHNICAL REPORT/WORKSHOP

 

109.   OGUNRANTI J O (1989)  Reproductive biotechnology.  Genetic Society of Nigeria Publications Series.

 

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

 

110. OGUNRANTI (2003). J.O.  Cyberanatomy: Jos Experience. West African Journal of Anatomy (in press).

 

111. OGUNRANTI J.O.(2003)  Cell biology computer models and animation.  Annual conference of the Physiological Society of Nigeria, Lagos Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Physiology (in press).

 

112.  OGUNRANTI  J.O. (2000). Foot statistics in Human Biology and critical care. Nigerian Journal of Physiology (Nig J Phyiol Sc in press).

 

113. OGUNRANTI J.O. OKOLO S.N. (2000). Weight and Height curves of sicklers. West African Journal of Anatomy 6:19.

 

114. OGUNRANTI J.O (2000).  Cervical mucogram: a novel method for monitoring structure and cyclicity of the cervix. West African Journal of Anatomy 6:20.

 

115.  OGUNRANTI J.O (2000). Genome and embryo technology research legislation in West Africa; Proposals. West African Journal of Anatomy 6:21.

 

116.   OGUNRANTI J.O (1997). There is  possible functional portal circulation in the female reproductive tract. West African Journal of Anatomy, 5:19-20

 

117.   OGUNRANTI (1997). J.O. Human oviduct contains endocrine cells. West African Journal of Anatomy 5:22.

 

118.   OGUNRANTI J.O (1997).  Mechanism of contraception in Ricinus communis. West African Journal of Anatomy 5:23.

 

119.   OGUNRANTI J.O (1997).  Cholesterol modifies blood corpuscular dynamics in man. West African Journal of Anatomy 5:23.

 

120.   OGUNRANTI J O AMADI K (1992).  Neutropaenic (Ezeilo) factor is diet cholesterol  Nigeria Journal of Physiological Sciences 7, 24.

 

121.   OGUNRANTI J O DAFUR S J UMAR M B T (1991).  Recombinant DNA Technology in modern medicine and anatomy. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:10

 

122.   OGUNRANTI J O DAFUR S J (1991).  Weight as an anthropological parameter.  West African Journal of Anatomy 3:11

 

123.   OGUNRANTI J O DAFUR S J UMAR M B T (1991) Ultrastructural and histochemical analyses of rat oviductal zones.  West African Journal of Anatomy 3:11

 

124.   OGUNRANTI J O (1991).  Stereotaxic atlas and apparatus of the brain of the agamid lizard. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:12

 

125.   OGUNRANTI J O (1991). Systemic and regional anatomy of the 8mm embryo of the agamid lizard. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:12

 

126.   OGUNRANTI J O (1990).  New aspect of the physiology of oviduct.  Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 6, 93.

 

127.   OGUNRANTI JO (1990).  Some physiological observations on ketamine hydrochloride anaesthesia in the agamid lizard.  Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences.6, 84.

 

128.    OGUNRANTI J O (1989).  Vaginal cyclicity in the rat is abolished by surgical ligation of uterovaginal artery.  Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 5, 166.

 

129.   OGUNRANTI J O AMBAKEDEREMO A W (1989).  A new understanding of keloidogenesis.  Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 5, 159.

 

130.   OGUNRANTI J O (1985).  Dermatoglyphic patterns in the Niger Delta.   Bulletin of the Science Association of Nigeria 11, 46.

 

131.    OGUNRANTI J O (1985).  Gut paraneurons of the giant land snail: morphology of insulin secreting  cells in the pyloric intestine.  Bulletin of the Science Association of Nigeria 11, 46-47.

 

132.    OGUNRANTI J O (1985).  Experimental jejuno-ileal bypass in the rat: weight, chemical and histochemical monitors.  Bulletin of the Science Association of Nigeria  11, 78.

 

ARTICLES ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

 

133.  OGUNRANTI J.O. Human oviduct contains endocrine (APUD) cells. Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics

 

134.  OGUNRANTI J.O. Surgical ligation of uterovaginal vessels abolishes cyclicity in rat vagina.  Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics

 

135.  OGUNRANTI J.O. Limbic-de-afferentation  model of functional disorders. Medical Hypotheses

 

136. OGUNRANTI J.O.  Maternal recognition of pregnancy. News in Physiological Sciences

 

137. OGUNRANTI J.O. Growth and perinatal survey in Nigerian radioactive waste village. Proceedings of the Nigerian Academy of Sciences

 

138. OGUNRANTI J.O. Ovariectomy causes reverse metaplasia in rat oviduct.  European Journal of Surgical Research.

 

139. OGUNRANTI J.O.  Prostaglandin dehydrogenase activity in rat oviduct.  Prostaglandin, Leukoitrenes etc .

 

140. OGUNRANTI J.O.  Effect of surgery on monocyte counts in African (Nigerian) subjects. Medical Science Research

 

141.   OGUNRANTI J.O. Use of pinard stethoscope in detecting fetal distress; a neglected aid. Tropical Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.

 

142.   OGUNRANTI J O Medical Dermatoglyphics.  Nigerian Medical Practitioner.

 

143.  OGUNRANTI J.O. Newer aspect of modern anatomy. West African Journal of Anatomy.

 

144.  OGUNRANTI J.O. Structure of rat oviduct. West African Journal of Anatomy.

 

145. MADOR ES, GONCIM HY, PAM IC, MUTIHIR JT, ADOGA GI and OGUNRANTI JO (2010). Cephalic index: A fetal gestational age dependent biometric parameter. In press

 

146. MADOR ES, PAM  IC, MUTIHIR JT, DARU PH, OGUNRANTI JO (2010). Fetal Head Circumference as an Anthropometric Index in press

 

147. MADOR ES, EKWEMPU CC, MUTIHIR JT, ADOGA GI, OGUNRANTI JO (2010). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian fetuses: 1. Biparietal diameter reference values. In press.

 

 

E. ELECTRONIC BOOKS CDs

 

147. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Neuroanatomy Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

Electronic Book-CD.

 

148. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Histology Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 Electronic Book-CD.

 

149. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Embryology Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications. Electronic Book-CD.

 

150. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Osteology Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications. Electronic Book-CD.

 

151. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Gross anatomy Practical: An electronic museum manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications. Electronic Book-CD. Electronic Book-CD.

 

152. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Living anatomy Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

Electronic Book-CD.

 

153. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Medicine Practical: An electronic manual and workbook for the anatomy medical student. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications. Electronic Book-CD.

 

154. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Computerized Pocket Anatomy. Companion to Anatomy Bible mini. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications. Electronic Book-CD.

 

155.    OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012) Sexual Hygiene. A manual of study of the principles and practice of sexual hygiene for Use in Secondary and Higher Institutions.  http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/afash/book1.htm Now published by Electronic School of Medicine Publications. Electronic Book-CD.

 

156. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Degree Anatomy. A textbook of pure and applied anatomy for advanced students. Electronic School of Medicine [ESM] Publications.

 

 

F.  PUBLISHED VIDEOS

 

350 Published videos. http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/videopage.htm

 

 

G.    PUBLISHED DISSECTIONS

Close to 200 dissections on internet. See http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/dissectityourself.htm


 

H.  CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

1) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2012). Didactic, practical and ethical embryology. 11th International conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, University of Jos, Nigeria. 27 July 2012.

2) MADOR E.S. PAM I C DARU P H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: 1. Biparietal diameter. Paper presented at the 51st West Africa College of Surgeons. Annual Conference Dakar, Senegal.

3) MADOR E.S. PAM I C DARU P H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: 2. Femur length. Paper presented at the 51st West African College of Surgeons. Annual Conference, Dakar Senegal

4) MADOR E.S. PAM I C DARU P H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: 3. Abdominal circumferece. Paper presented at the 51st West African College of Surgeons. Annual Conference, Dakar, Senegal.

5) MADOR E.S. PAM I C DARU P H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: 4. Head circumference. Paper presented at the 51st West African College of Surgeons. Annual Conference, Dakar, Senegal.

6) MADOR E.S. PAM I C DARU P H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: : 5. Occipitofrontal diameter

7) MADOR E.S. PAM I C DARU P H and OGUNRANTI J.O. (2011). Ultrasound biometry of Nigerian Fetuses: : 6. Weight. Paper presented at the 51st West African College of Surgeons. Annual Conference, Dakar, Senegal.

8) MADOR E GONCIM HY KANTIOK HY OGUNRANTI JO (2010). Effect of computer assisted instruction on student achievement in histology. 5th International Conference ICT Application. Jos, Nigeria.

9) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007).  Anatomy Bible Electronic. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

10)   OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Structure of Human Oviduct. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

11)   MADOR E, GONCIM H.Y. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Cephalic index of fetuses of Nigeria Women in Jos Plateau. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

12) MADOR E.S. GONCIM H.Y. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Ultrasonic Fetal Anthropometry: 1. Biparietal diameter. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

13) MADOR E.S. GONCIM H.Y. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Ultrasonic Fetal Anthropometry: 2. Femur length. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

14) MADOR E.S. UMAR M.B.T. GONCIM H.Y. SHUGABA A.I. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Ultrasonic Fetal Anthropometry: 3. Abdominal cicumference. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

15) MADOR E.S. GONCIM H.Y. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Ultrasonic Fetal Anthropometry: 4. Head circumference. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

16) MADOR E.S. GONCIM H.Y. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Ultrasonic Fetal Anthropometry: 5. Biparietal diameter. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

17) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2007). Anatomy Bible Electronic. 1st Conjoint International Conference on Fertility, Anatomy and Morphological Sciences, Lagos Nigeria, September 2007.

18) OGUNRANTI J.O.  (2006). Sickle Cell Disease Anthropometry. 37th Annual General and Scientific Conference of the Paediatric Association of Nigeria, January 2006
 
19) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2006). Electronic Diagnosis and laboratory investigation of Sickle cell disease. 37th Annual General and Scientific Conference of the Paediatric Association of Nigeria, January 2006

20) OGUNRANTI J.O. Telemedicine  (2006). Invited paper at 9th Neuroscience Society of Nigeria, Jos, Nigeria, August 2006

21) OGUNRANTI J.O. MADOR E. GONCIM H.  (2005). Electronic doctor: A simple software for electronic medicine. 3rd Annual Scientific Conference of Anatomical Society of Nigeria. University of Ilorin, Nigeria, 14th-16th September 2005.

22) MADOR E.S. GONCIM H.Y. PAM I.C. OTUBU J.A.M. OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Biparietal Diameter in Nigerian Fetuses in Jos in Normal Pregnancy. 3rd Annual Scientific Conference of Anatomical Society of Nigeria. University of Ilorin, Nigeria, 14th-16th September 2005.

23) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Electronic dissector: a simple software for studying anatomy. Paper presented at the first e-learning network conference holding at University of Ibadan Conference Centre, Ibadan, October 3-6 2005.

24) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Electronic midwife: a simple software for studying obstetrics. Paper presented at the first e-learning network conference holding at University of Ibadan Conference Centre, Ibadan, October 3-6 2005.

25) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Electronic surgeon: a simple software for studying surgery. Paper presented at the first e-learning network conference holding at University of Ibadan Conference Centre, Ibadan, October 3-6 2005.

26) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Electronic doctor: a simple software for studying medicine. Paper presented at the first e-learning network conference holding at University of Ibadan Conference Centre, Ibadan, October 3-6 2005.

27) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2005). Electronic embryology: a simple software for studying embryology. Paper presented at the first e-learning network conference holding at University of Ibadan Conference Centre, Ibadan, October 3-6 2005.

28) OGUNRANTI J. O. (2005). Electronic medicine. Invited paper at the 1st Biennial Conference of the Association of Biomedical Communicators of Nigeria (ABICON), College of Medicine, University of Lagos, November 19 2005.

29) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Histology Video CD. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of Nigeria, University of Calabar, Nigeria, September 2004.

30). OGUNRANTI J.O., UMAR, M.B.T., SHUGABA A., GONCIM H., MADOR E.S. (2004). Computer dissector in Human Anatomy. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of Nigeria, University of Calabar, Nigeria, September 2004.

31). OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). Venoarterial passage: evidence for functional portal circulation in the female reproductive tract. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of Nigeria, University of Calabar, Nigeria, September 2004.

32) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2004). E-learning initiatives in Medical Sciences. 4th Annual ICT Conference, University of Jos, December 2004.

33) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2003). Cyberanatomy: Jos Experience. 10th International Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, University of Ghana Medical School. Accra, Ghana. May 2003.

34) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2003). Cell biology computer models and animation. Annual conference of the Physiological Society of Nigeria, Lagos Nigeria. December 2003.

35) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2000). Cajanus cajan protects against phenylhydrazine induced haemolytic anaemia in rats. International Conference on Sickle cell disease and environmental sickling agents. Port Harcourt, Nigeria, August 2000.

36) OGUNRANTI J.O. OKOLO S.N. ONWUKAEME C. (2000). Treatment of sickle cell disease with Cajanus cajan. International Conference on Sickle cell anaemia and environmental sickling agents. Port Harcourt, Nigeria, August 2000.

37) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2000). Growth monitors in sicklers. Guest Lecture at the International Conference on Sickle cell disease and environmental sickling agents. Port Harcourt, Nigeria, August 2000.

38) OGUNRANTI  J.O. (2000). Foot statistics in Human Biology and critical care. Annual Physiological Society Conference, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, 11 November 2000.

39) OGUNRANTI J.O. OKOLO S.N. Weight and Height curves of sicklers.(2000). 9th International Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, University of Ibadan, Ibadan- October 18 2000.

40) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2000). Cervical mucogram: a novel method for monitoring structure and cyclicity of the cervix. 9th International Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, University of Ibadan, Ibadan- October 18 2000.

41) OGUNRANTI J.O. (2000). Genome and embryo technology research legislation in West Africa; Proposals. 9th International Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, University of Ibadan, Ibadan- October 18 2000.

42) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1999). Temperaments and temperament blend theories in human behaviour. 8th International Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, Kumasi, Ghana, August 1999.

43) OGUNRANTI J.O. UMAR M.B.T. (1999). Hypoglycaemic factor in premenstrual syndrome is cholesterol and not blood sugar. International Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, Kumasi, Ghana, August 1999.

44) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1997). Is there a possible portal circulation in the female reproductive tract? Annual Conference of the Society for Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Jos, Nigeria. November 1997.

45) OGUNRANTI J.O (1997). There is possible functional portal circulation in the female reproductive tract. West African Journal of Anatomy, 5:7

46) OGUNRANTI (1997). J.O. Human oviduct contains endocrine cells. West African Journal of Anatomy 5:22.

47) OGUNRANTI J.O (1997). Mechanism of contraception in Ricinus communis. West African Journal of Anatomy 5:14.

48) OGUNRANTI J.O (1997). Cholesterol modifies blood corpuscular dynamics in man. West African Journal of Anatomy 5:19.

49) OGUNRANTI J.O.(1992). Ileal bypass in the rat. 8th Annual Congress of the West African Society for Gastroenterology, Jos, Nigeria, April 1992.

50) OGUNRANTI J O AMADI K (1992). Neutropaenic (Ezeilo) factor is diet cholesterol Nigeria Journal of Physiological Sciences 7, 24.

51) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991). Decorticate rat preparation technique. 2nd Annual Conference of the Neuroscience Society of Nigeria, Jos, Nigeria, December 1991,

52) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991). Learning disability in decorticate rats. 2nd Annual Conference of the Neuroscience Society of Nigeria, Jos, Nigeria, December 1991.

53) OGUNRANTI J O DAFUR S J UMAR M B T (1991). Recombinant DNA Technology in modern medicine and anatomy. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:10

54) OGUNRANTI J O DAFUR S J (1991). Weight as an anthropological parameter. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:11

55) OGUNRANTI J O DAFUR S J UMAR M B T (1991) Ultrastructural and histochemical analyses of rat oviductal zones. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:11

56) OGUNRANTI J O (1991). Stereotaxic atlas and apparatus of the brain of the agamid lizard. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:12

57) OGUNRANTI J O (1991). Systemic and regional anatomy of the 8mm embryo of the agamid lizard. West African Journal of Anatomy 3:12

58) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1991). Internal Heat Syndrome in Africans. 2nd Annual Conference of the Neuroscience Society of Nigeria, Jos, Nigeria, December 1991.

59) OGUNRANTI J O (1990). New aspect of the physiology of oviduct. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 6, 93.

60) OGUNRANTI JO (1990). Some physiological observations on ketamine hydrochloride anaesthesia in the agamid lizard. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences.6,
84.

61) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989).  Oviduct model of reproductive biotechnologies Workshop on Reproductive Biotechnologies, The Workshop on Reproductive Biotechnologies, The Genetics Society of Nigeria, Port Harcourt Nigeria, January 1989.

62) OGUNRANTI J.O.(1989). Phenotypic treatment of Sickle cell anaemia: pharmacotherapeutic modalities. 18th Annual Conference of the West African Society for Pharmacology, Port Harcourt, January 1989.

63) OGUNRANTI J.O.  (1989). Is AIDS man-made? A study in genetic engineering and molecular pathology of HIV infection. Annual Conference of the Genetic Society of Nigeria, ASUTECH, Enugu, April 1989.

64) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989). Human radiation genetics: clinical features in pregnant women exposed to Koko beach radioactive waste dump. 16th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Nigeria, ASUTECH, Enugu, April 1989.

65) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989). Neurosurgical model of decortication in rat and ketamine hydrochloride anaesthesia. 20th International Congress of the West Africa Society for Pharmacology, Port Harcourt, April 1989.

66)   OGUNRANTI J.O. (1989). Animal breeding and biotechnology. Proceedings of the Seminar on Reproductive Biotechnologies, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The Genetics Society of Nigeria, Publications 2-15.

67)  OGUNRANTI J O (1989). Vaginal cyclicity in the rat is abolished by surgical ligation of uterovaginal artery. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Science 5, 166.

68) OGUNRANTI J O AMBAKEDEREMO A W (1989). A new understanding of keloidogenesis. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences 5, 159.

69) OGUNRANTI J.O.(1988). Ovariectomy causes reverse metaplasia in rat oviduct. 10th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of Nigeria, Enugu, Nigeria, May 1988.

70) OGUNRANTI J.O. IBU J.O. (1988). Use of computers in medicine. 10th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of Nigeria, Enugu, May 1988.

71) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1988). Delta5-3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity in rat oviduct. 8th International Congress of Endocrinology, Kyoto, Japan, July 1988.

72) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1988). New models in the preimplantation embryo oviductal environment. International Symposium on Development of Preimplantation Embryos and their environment. Heian Kaikan, Kyoto, Japan, July 1988.

73) OGUNRANTI J.O. OKEDIJI O. IMEVBORE A.M.A.(1988). Descriptive epidemiology of vector-borne diseases in some Nigerian States. International Symposium on Malaria and Tropical Diseases, Amsterdam, Holland, September 1988.

74) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1988). Some genetic traits in the Niger Delta ethnic population. 16th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Nigeria NRCRI, Umudike, Umuahia, February 1988.

75) OGUNRANTI J.O. CRAN D.G. MOOR R.M. (1986). Morphological parcellation of the rat oviduct: 66 zones model. Joint Winter Meeting of the British Neuroendocrine Group and the British Society for the Study of Fertility, Sutton Bonington, UK.

76) OGUNRANTI J.O. YUTAKA Y. MOOR R.M. (1986). APUD (Neuropeptide) cells in the oviduct of the sheep. Joint Winter Meeting of the British Neuroendocrine Group and the British Society for the Study of Fertility, Sutton Bonington, UK.

77) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1986). Endocrine, molecular and morphological parcellation of the oviduct: the answer to implantation after in vitro fertilisation. 4th Annual Congress of the Anatomical Society of West Africa. Maiduguri, Nigeria, November 1986.

78)    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985). Effect of surgery on monocyte counts in African subjects: keloid aetiopathogenesis? 11th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Society for Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Calabar, Nigeria, April 1985.

79) OGUNRANTI J.O. ((1985).  Fetal growth charts: Port Harcourt versus Botswana Annual Conference of the Society of Obstetrics & Gynecology of Nigeria, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, December 1985.

80)  OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985). Sickle cell disease anthropometry. International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp.3

81) EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O, (1985). The antisickling and membrane stability properties of Cajanus cajan beans. International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria , pp. 2

82) EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985). Management of sickle cell disease: pharmaconutritional perspective. International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp. 23.

83) EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985). The Anti-sickling property of the aqueous extract of Cajanus cajan beans. International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp. 23.

84). EKEKE G.I. SHODE F.O. OGUNRANTI J.O. (1985). Anti-sickling and membrane stabilising properties of Cajanus cajan beans.. International Symposium on Sickle cell, Lagos, Nigeria, pp. 23.

85)  OGUNRANTI J O (1985). Dermatoglyphic patterns in the Niger Delta. Bulletin of the Science Association of Nigeria 11, 46.

86)  OGUNRANTI J O (1985). Gut paraneurons of the giant land snail: morphology of insulin secreting cells in the pyloric intestine. Bulletin of the Science Association of Nigeria 11, 46-47.

87)  OGUNRANTI J O (1985). Experimental jejuno-ileal bypass in the rat: weight, chemical and histochemical monitors. Bulletin of the Science Association of Nigeria 11, 78.

88) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1984). Integrated histophysiology education: video technique. 6th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of Nigeria, Benin, February 1984.

89) OGUNRANTI J.O. (1984). The diffuse neuroendocrine system in the experimentally neurotic African leaf eating monkey. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, Lagos, Nigeria, October 1984.

90)    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1984). The cross-sectional study of the brain of the Agamid lizard. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa. Lagos, Nigeria, October 1984.

91) OGUNRANTI J.O. OBUOFORIBO A AMABEOKU I. (1984).  Experimental model for the congenital Niigata-Minamata disease in the chick embryo. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, Lagos, Nigeria. October 1984.

92)    OGUNRANTI J.O. OBUOFORIBO A. (1984). Histoscience education: the video technique. 2nd Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, Lagos, Nigeria, October 1984.

93)    OGUNRANTI J.O. (1984). Finger print pattern and atd angles in clinical anthropology. 13th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Nigeria, December 1984.

94) OGUNRANTI J.O. OBUOFORIBO A. (1982). Videotechnology in integrated anatomy education. 1st Annual Conference of the Anatomical Society of West Africa, Ibadan, October 1982.
 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO DEVELOPMENT OF FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY
OF JOS IN 20 YEARS (1989-2009)

As Ag HOD Anatomy 1990-1998; HOD 2000-2004

 

 

1.   Produced 20 Intercalated BSc (Anatomy) medical graduates between 2007-2010 (double

      qualifications of Anatomy & medicine). The LARGEST EVER IN NIGERIA

2.   Graduated the FIRST MSc Anatomy students in 2007

3.   Approved expansion of Human Anatomy Museum, Jos, from recommendation in 1995. Done in  

      2005.

4.   Registered the FIRST PG (MSc Anatomy) students 2005

5.   Professor John Onuminya became Professor of Surgery in 2005 at Ekpoma and Dean of Faculty of

      Clinical Sciences  is the FIRST alumnus professor of UNIJOS. He received research training in this

      department 1990-1994.

6.    FIRST department to computerize all examination records in UNIJOS -2004

7.    TOTAL OF 20 DISTINCTIONS IN ANATOMY from 1991-2004

8.    FIRST department to initiate internet examinations for students in UNIJOS- 2003

9.    Produced and Launched the FIRST interactive CD In Medicine/anatomy in Africa – 2003

10.   FIRST department to have all courses placed on internet for use of students-2002

11.   2 Distinctions in Anatomy at 2nd Professional Examination- March 2002.

12.   FIRST department to use electronic examinations 2002

13.       First to teach Molecular Biology in Medicine to medical students in the country 1990

14.   FIRST Department to have Website http://anatomyjos.tripod.com  -2002

15.   Graduated the FIRST BSc student in the Faculty 2002

16.   Produced the FIRST BSc Anatomy Graduates 2002

17.   FIRST department to use internet to teach in the classroom in UNJOS 2001

18.   FIRST department to have a network of computers for staff and students 2001

19.   FIRST department to give technical staff/technical section  computers for use in the        
        Laboratory 2001

20.   FIRST department to use power point presentation by students in seminars- 2001

21.   FIRST department to have Computer Laboratory in UNIJOS 2001

22.   FIRST department to use television projector to teach in UNIJOS 2001

23.   FIRST department to be internet connected in UNIJOS 2001

24.   Developed the FIRST BSc Anatomy programme in UNIJOS 1998

25.   FIRST Embryology Museum using Clay models 1997

26.   FIRST to host a regional Scientific Conference in Anatomy Department- Anatomical Society of West   

       Africa in 1997

27.   Built the famous Anatomy Garden 1997

28.   Eight Distinctions in Anatomy at 2nd Professional Examination- August  1997

29.   Three Distinctions in Anatomy at 2nd Professional Examination- March 1996

30.   Built the Human anatomy Museum-FIRST and only one in Africa 1995

31.   Five Distinctions in Anatomy at 2nd Professional Examination- May 1995

32.   FIRST Histology Museum  in the department 1995

33.   FIRST department to teach students/anatomy using computers in the department  1992

34.   Distinction in Anatomy at 2nd Professional Examination- March 1992

35.   Distinction in Anatomy at 2nd Professional Examination- March 1991- now Senior Lecturer in

        Surgery at JUTH

36.    FIRST African Head of Department, 1990

37.    FIRST Living Anatomy Laboratory in the department 1990

38.    FIRST Anatomy Research Laboratory in department 1990

39.    First to teach Molecular Biology in Medicine to Postgraduate students in the country (to

         Pharmacology  students in UNIJOS) 1990.  First set have become Professors

40.    First to teach Molecular Biology in Medicine to medical students in the country 1990

  

 

As DEAN OF MEDICAL SCIENCES: 2004-2006

 

41.   FIRST to produce a moving Electronic MITU with over 100 videos and 4000 slides  in a DVD-ROM to teaching staff free 2006

41.   FIRST to give out free to departments Electronic Objective Structured Clinical Examination (EOSCE) CD-ROMs free 2006

42.   FIRST to give out Service CD-ROMs to all staff.  It contains materials of historical interest and IT facilities used in the faculty  2006

43.   20 VCDs as video back up donation for use in MITU by students with  a lending service in which students or indeed staff, can borrow specific videos for a period of time. 2006

44.   www.hamj.org/elearning.htm  2006

45.   Website is used as the model for achievement in Electronic medicine and Faculty is said to be unique because of Electronic Medicine as enumerated for the Licensing bodies of the USA in Medicine – Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) in 2006.

46.   Computerization of all preclinical clinical demonstrations in the faculty see http://www.hamj.org/   2006

47.   Developed Saturday school under PBL group to perform Saturday examinations on internet all of which are practically oriented. 2006

48.   Resource database of 160GB donation as Video library for MITU 2006

49.   Resource database library which has become world famous, but FIRST donated to the Faculty by my humble self today called ELLM- electronic learning library of Medicine. It is 100GB size. 2006

50.   Placement of all our new edition of the Faculty Journal (Journal of Medicine in the Tropics) on internet- the entire content, which is not downloadable or even printable. Go and see for yourself. 2006

51.   Wrote and submitted proposals for BSc Medical Laboratory Science, and BSc Imaging Science (Radiography),  2006

52.   Proposed the Medical Informatics Model for Nursing Department so that Graduate Nursing will be the center of Electronic Health Care Management in a Electronic Hospital, 2006

53.   Obtained internet network wiring to Biochemistry Department from Dean’s office; Last function as Dean, 2006

54.   Promoted the largest number of academic staff in recent times (1990-2006) from 2004-6

55.   PRODUCED THE FIRST Faculty/Student Handbook IN 26 years  2005

56.   FIRST to introduce TELEMEDICINE  2005

57.   Demonstration of TELEMEDICINE IN Faculty to NUC Science Fair, Abuja Dec 2005

58.   FIRST to introduce TELESURGERY 2005

59.   FIRST to computerize student records 2005

60.   Developed Computer Laboratory at MITU 2005

61.   Produced Electronic Midwife program June 2005

62.   Produced Electronic Doctor program (first of its kind) August 2005

63.   FIRST to introduce Problem based learning (PBL) in the faculty 2005

64.   FIRST to introduce computer assisted learning to students in Medicine 2005

65.   FIRST to give out free Anatomy Clip Art for medical teachers  2005

66.   FIRST to give out video on ‘How to use the Computer’ to all Faculty staff free 2005

67.   FIRST to give out COMPUTERS to staff for Faculty networking 2005

68.   FIRST to obtain approval of the Collegiate system in Senate of the University and to also obtain approval for the Statute of the College, 2005

69.   Abolished manual/calculator method of result collation in favor of computerization 2004

70.   FIRST to place results of students on internet  in UNIJOS 2004

71.   Set up the FIRST Faculty website in October 2004 for administering examination and for releasing results to include other materials for the use by students to learn 2004 (http://hamj.org)  It contains Electronic clinical conferences, Electronic clinicopathological conferences, electronic  museums in Pathology (www.hamj.org/pathology/framestudypots.htm)  and Community Health (www.hamj.org/elab/communithealth/framestudy.htm)

72.   FIRST to set up Electronic bill board for Faculty notices on internet 2004

73.   FIRST to give out medical resources CD-ROM free to staff and students 2004

74.   FIRST to give out Embryology video CD- FIRST in the world 2004

75.   FIRST to give out Electronic Dissector CD to staff free 2004

76.   FIRST to give out Osteology Tutorial CD  free to academic staff 2004

77.   FIRST to open email addresses for all Departments existing in the Faculty 2004

78.   FIRST to send all Faculty Board minutes to email boxes of members and all Faculty members by GSM/mobile telephone SMS service (text). 2004

79.   SERVICE to all through faculty website which contains a very large and procedure oriented medical resources (FIRST of its kind). http://www.hamj.org 2004

80.   FIRST to make proposals for the movement of the entire College to Shere Hills pari passu with the movement of the Teaching Hospital.  2004

 

Legal

81.   I represented/defended the Faculty and myself in up to 6 six legal suits and won them all! 2006

 

POST DEAN CONTRIBUTIONS (2006-2009)

 

82.   Computerization of the Human Anatomy Museum and production of its CD-ROM called Electronic Human Anatomy Museum  FIRST of its kind 2009

83.   FIRST to begin the teaching of Electronic Anatomy to students in which all anatomy is computerized – 2008.

84.   Only Professor of Anatomy to write bench mark standard in Postgraduate Studies in Anatomy for Nigeria by the NUC using the self-developed programme of the Department of Anatomy of Jos- 2008-

85.   FIRST to teach Medical informatics to Nursing and Medical Laboratory Science students in the Faculty  2007.

86.   Nominated for UNESCO ICT Award in 2007

87.   Represented Faculty as NUC Accreditation team member to the following Universities from 2006-9. Niger Delta University, Imo State University, University of Port Harcourt, Obafemi Awolowo University [Chairman], Madonna University, Ladoke  Akintola  University of Technology, Ogbomosho [Chairman], Abia State University, Babcock University  [Chairman]

88.   Represented Faculty as Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria Accreditation team Chairman to University of Maiduguri College of Medical Sciences, 2006. 

89.   Electronic School of Medicine http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com  2006

90.   Donated 3 television sets to MITU 2006

91.   Donated 2 DVD players to MITU 2006

92.   Placing the entire Human Anatomy Museum on internet at Faculty web address

http://www.hamj,org/anatomy/museum/framestudy.htm 2006

 

 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO DEVELOPMENT OF COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT IN 6 YEARS (1980-85; 88-89)

1.   Supervised 3 BSc Anatomy student projects in anatomy 1989

2.   I was Ag Head of Department of Anatomy for 2 year (1983-85)

4.   Produced a compendium of information on the BSc Anatomy curriculum in form of a book  called    

      Degree anatomy in 1985. 800 pages which is still being used by BSc students in Nigeria today.

5.   Supervised 10 student projects for BSc Anatomy 1985

6.   Produced video material which were made professionally for the Department of Anatomy of the  

      University 1983-85.

7.   Drew up the curriculum for the BSc Anatomy of the University in 1983 which is still being

      followed till today.

8.  Supervised 21 BSc student projects in Anatomy 1983

9.  Started video teaching of anatomy and histology in Port Harcourt in 1981

 


SUMMARY OF MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO KNOWLEDGE IN MEDICINE
Research

SUMMARY OF MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO KNOWLEDGE IN OTHER FIELDS

Research

 Teaching

  • Began IPEM which is Integrated, Procedural Electronic Medicine

  • Produced the first ever computerized practical workbooks in Medicine, Histology, Embryology, Living anatomy, Osteology, Gross anatomy, Neuronatomy and Pocket anatomy

  • Produced the first Video CD in Histology, 2004

  • Produced the first Embryology Video CD (with animations), 2004

  • Produced the first interactive Computer Disc in Human Anatomy in Africa, called Osteology Tutorial: clinical version, August 2001-3.

  • Set up the first Human Anatomy Museum in Africa at Jos for the study of Human Anatomy. It is also one of the few in the world (1995)·

  • Produced the first African Website for the study of Human Anatomy,  http://jOGUNRANTI.tripod.com  Nov 2001.

  • Produced the first Book on Degree Anatomy, 1985. for BSc (Anatomy) students

  • Set up the first ICT network for teaching Anatomy in Nigeria.

  • First to teach Genetic Engineering to postgraduate students in Nigeria, 1990.

  • Designed and executed the first BSc (Anatomy) curriculum which involves genetic engineering and reproductive technologies with their appropriate specialisations, 1998.

  • Has received over 8 Best Lecturer awards from graduating doctors

  • Taught over 2000 medical students since 1980 and supervised research dissertations up to 45.

  • Produced the first ever interactive CD for delivery of babies called Electronic Midwife in 2005

  • Produced the first ever interactive CD for learning how to examine a patient called Electronic Doctor in 2005

  • Produced the first Electronic Library of Medicine and presented same to National Universities Commission in 2005 and is now subject of presentation in Voyage of Discovery program by the NTA Network in Nigeria; in fact the very first to be presented under that caption in 2006 after Trade Fair Exhibition in 2005 at Abuja Nigeria.

  • Produced the first ever website dedicated to the study of electronic Medicine called Electronic School of Medicine in November 2006 at www.oluwoleogunranti.com This contains the first program on computerization of entire laboratory schedule in Medicine called Electronic Laboratory and many of the above. Its caption is Integrated procedural Electronic Medicine (IPEM). It has the following unique features!

    • First program to have all processes in human embryology  animated for easy understanding. It has a body link scan.

    • Histology is completely integrated with division into histophysiology, histopharmacology, histopathology and histochemistry with scan. Not only that, microenvironment of tissues are animated to examine functions at microscopic level and biosociology to include ultrastructure. First of its kind.

    • All items can be located with the use of digital locator which identifies and locates any structural item, by its region and depth. Each item also has many diagrams and pictures to illustrate it. Muscles actions are animated with videos. There is an electronic dissector of the human body and a cadaver based virtual museum in addition to other museums.

    • Instrument physiology is highlighted. Physiological processes are animated and integrated with histology and histochemistry.

    • A virtual postmortem can be performed. Again general pathological processes (such as wound healing) are animated.

    • Examination of virtual patients with long and short cases which are as real as actual examination. Auscultation, inspection  and percussion can be performed with ease using  mouse or hamster for any part of the virtual body and all abnormal and normal sounds with phonograms can be displayed. Palpation may be only achieved with minimal to medium dexterity. Clinical signs are animated and all clinical investigations (laboratory, radiology etc) can be ordered by just a touch of mouse. This is the first program of its kind.

    • Animated and picture surgery to include videos of various processes of surgical procedures. All instruments are displayed.

    • All child delivery procedures are animated for easy understanding. All instruments are displayed for maximum learning.

    • Ventures into virtual communities for community diagnoses.

    • By far the most important utility and uniqueness of this site is the ability to place all medical subjects together in a virtual environment so that one can be linked to the other as they should be, since patients present integrated and not in subjects. Hence this is the very first true integration of discipline of Medicine. All web pages have links to every subject.

    • The summary of all the above is in procedural electronic Medicine. All procedures in medicine; therapeutic and diagnostic are placed on this web as either videos or animations to teach. The use of the site will definitely reduce the time to acquire important procedural skills in Medicine.  Even the layman can learn as much as is acceptable by law! Check IPEM.

     

Service

  • While a young doctor I served in a rural area and made an impact in a town called Ankpa then in Benue State of Nigeria, especially in the field of surgery and infertility, having performed over 500 surgeries in a single year (1979-80).

  • Runs one of the most effective NGOs in Nigeria for prevention of AIDS called AFASH (Action for AIDS and Sexual Hygiene) whose website is  http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com/afash/afash.htm


 


 

KOJ (UK)

BSc (Hons), MBChB (Ife), FASN (M), FABI,  HonAAICL,  MDipl (Worl Acd Lett).



Contact Prof Ogunranti at Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medical Sciences, PMB 2284, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria, email oluwole.ogunranti2@gmail.com
or at websites  http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com    
© Oluwole OGUNRANTI, September 2013

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