Clement Adebamowo

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Clement Adebamowo
Born Lagos, Nigeria
Nationality Nigerian
Fields Epidemiology
Institutions Institute of Human Virology
Alma mater University of Jos, Nigeria
Known for work on non-communicable diseases epidemiology and AIDS-associated malignancies

Biography[edit]

Clement Adebamowo was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and graduated BM ChB Hons from the University of Jos, Nigeria, having earned a distinction at every examination. He trained in Surgery and Oncology at the University College, Ibadan, Nigeria and at Harvard University where he earned a DSc. He is a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons; Director of Office of Strategic Information, Research and Training, Institute of Human Virology, Nigeria; President of the Society of Oncology and Cancer Research of Nigeria;[1] Convener of the Nigerian Research Consortium; Director of the Center for Bioethics, Nigeria; Director of the West African Framework Program on Global Health; and an Associate Professor of Epidemiology, University of Maryland, Baltimore. He is Editor in Chief of Bioethics Online Journal (BeOnline®), Cancer in Africa Online Journal (CIAO®), Associate Editor of Frontiers in Oncology, and Contributing Editor to many other journals. Clement is Honorary Professor, University of Dundee, UK; current Chair of the International Affairs Committee of the American Society of Clinical Oncology; Chairman of the National Health Research Ethics Committee of Nigeria; Member of the Expert Advisory Panel on Clinical Practice Guidelines and Research Methods and Ethics of the World Health Organization (WHO); Country PI of the Partnership for Cohort Development and Training (PaCT); and Nutrition Epidemiology Transition Collaboration (NET). His research interests are non-communicable diseases epidemiology, AIDS-associated malignancies, and Bioethics. In 2010 Clement Adebamowo joined the International Prevention Research Institute, as Senior Research Fellow.[2]

Scientific work[edit]

Adebamowo’s research interests are non-communicable diseases epidemiology, AIDS-associated malignancies, and Bioethics.[3][4]

Clement Adebamowo has published more than 80 scientific articles.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ SOCRON website
  2. ^ Clement Adebamowo's Biosketch on the iPRI website
  3. ^ Dalal, Shona; Beunza, Juan Jose; Volmink, Jimmy; Adebamowo, Clement; Bajunirwe, Francis; Njelekela, Marina; Mozaffarian, Dariush; Fawzi, Wafaie et al. (2011). "Non-communicable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa: what we know now". International Journal of Epidemiology 40 (4): 885–901. doi:10.1093/ije/dyr050. PMID 21527446. 
  4. ^ Akinwande, Oluyemisi; Ogundiran, Temidayo; Akarolo-Anthony, Sally; Mamadu, Ibrahim; Dakum, Patrick; Blattner, William; Adebamowo, Clement (2009). "Challenges in treating malignancies in HIV in Nigeria". Current Opinion in Oncology 21 (5): 455–61. doi:10.1097/CCO.0b013e32832e6385. PMC 2864633. PMID 19535980. 
  5. ^ "Search for Clement Adebamowo's publications". PubMed. [not in citation given]

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