Muritala Suleiman Odidi | Medicine and Health Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Muritala Suleiman Odidi | Medicine and Health Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Dr Muritala Suleiman Odidi, Federal University Dutse Jigawa State, Nigeria

Dr. Muritala Suleiman Odidi is a dedicated lecturer at Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria, specializing in gross anatomy, embryology, genetics, biostatistics, and anthropology since June 2018 πŸ“š. He uses audio-visual microscopy to enhance histology teaching 🧬. Before academia, he was a Business Development Executive at Emzor Pharmaceutical Industries (2015-2018) and a Senior Medical Sales Representative at Nosak Health Care Limited (2012-2015) πŸ’Š. He has attended numerous workshops and conferences globally, contributed to many publications, and holds several administrative roles within his department πŸ…. His research focuses on forensic science and anthropometry πŸ”¬.

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Education

He hold a PhD in Human Anatomy from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna, conferred on December 16th, 2022 πŸŽ“. Prior to this, He completed my MSc in Human Anatomy and Physical Anthropology at Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria, on March 30th, 2016 πŸ“š. My academic journey began with a BSc in Human Anatomy from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna, where I graduated with a second class upper on April 16th, 2009 πŸŽ“. This robust educational foundation has equipped me with extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of human anatomy and physical anthropology 🧠.

Experience

Since June 2018, he have been a lecturer, teaching and demonstrating gross anatomy, embryology, genetics, biostatistics, and anthropology to undergraduate medical students. Additionally, he utilize audio-visual microscopy to effectively teach histology πŸ“š. Previously, from March 2015 to June 2018, he worked as a Business Development Executive at Emzor Pharmaceutical Industries Limited in Lagos, Nigeria. In this role, he organized and conducted Continuing Medical Education on the company’s product ranges, brokered business deals with health institutions, and interfaced with Key Opinion Leaders (KOL) πŸ’Ό. Prior to that, from February 2012 to February 2015, I served as a Senior Medical Sales Representative at Nosak Health Care Limited, where he promoted new products and increased brand awareness during community pharmacist meetings and conferences 🌟.

Awards

He was honored to serve as a Fellow in the Data Science Fellowship Program by the Bureau of Statistics, Kaduna State Government, in collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) from January to July 2021 πŸ“Š. During this enriching experience, he honed my data science skills and contributed to impactful projects 🎯. Additionally, he received a prestigious prize and Certificate of Honour for meritorious services from the Government of Oyo State of Nigeria, in collaboration with the National Youth Service Corps πŸ…. This recognition underscores my dedication and hard work in service to my community and nation 🌟.

Research focus

Based on the provided publication list, M.O. Suleiman’s research focus spans multiple disciplines including forensic science, entomology, anatomy, and toxicology. Their work covers the use of plant-based substances for pest control, the effects of plant extracts on health, and various aspects of human morphology and forensic analysis. This diversity indicates a multidisciplinary approach with significant contributions to both environmental and health sciences.

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Control of Callosobruchus maculatus (F.)[Coleoptera: Bruchidae] using leaf powders of Euphorbia balsamifera L. and Lawsonia inermis L

Antioxidant and hepatoprotective potentials of methanol extract of Ficus platyphylla stem bark (Moraceae) in wistar rats

Sexual dimorphism and determination using foot outlines, foot print angles, and foot indices

Fingerprint Ridge Counts and Indices Among Selected Dialects of The Ebira Ethnic Group, Nigeria

Antioxidant and hepatoprotective potentials of methanol extract ofΒ Ficus platyphyllaΒ stem bark (Moraceae) in Wistar rats.

Histomorphological Studies of the Cerebellum in Mercury Exposed Rats and the Role of Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

The study of cranial capacity and body mass index in relation to academic performance of undergraduate students.

Histomorphological studies of the cerebellum in mercury exposed rats and the role of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)

Sex Estimation and Sexual Dimorphism Analysis Through Hand Anthropometry: Insights from a Cross-Sectional Study

Hsuan-Wei Liu | Medical Hypotheses | Best Researcher Award

Hsuan-Wei Liu | Medical Hypotheses | Best Researcher Award

Ms Hsuan-Wei Liu, China Medical University, Taiwan

Ms. Hsuan-Wei Liu is a dedicated researcher specializing in orthopedics and geriatrics, focusing on the effects of resistance training with elastic bands on bone mineral density, body composition, and osteosarcopenic obesity in elderly women. Her meta-analysis highlights significant improvements in skeletal health and obesity-related metrics through targeted exercise interventions. Ms. Liu’s work underscores her commitment to advancing knowledge in geriatric orthopedics, aiming to enhance quality of life for aging populations. πŸ“Š

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Research focus

Hsiu-Wei Liu’s research primarily focuses on the impact of resistance training and physical exercise on musculoskeletal health, particularly in elderly populations. Their work includes systematic reviews and meta-analyses on how resistance training, including the use of elastic bands, affects bone mineral density, body composition, and conditions like osteosarcopenic obesity. This indicates a strong emphasis on rehabilitation and preventive care in orthopedics and geriatrics. Liu’s research is crucial for improving the quality of life and functional independence in aging individuals, aligning with the fields of sports science, orthopedics, and gerontology. πŸ‹οΈβ€β™€οΈπŸ¦΄πŸ‘΅πŸ”¬

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Resistance training in patients with total knee arthroplasty: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Effects of resistance training with elastic bands on bone mineral density, body composition, and osteosarcopenic obesity in elderly women: A meta-analysis