Pharmacology, Therapeutics & Toxicology

Dr. K. A Oshikoya
(MB;BS, M.Sc., Ph.D)

Ag. Head Of Department

The Department

The Department of Pharmacology was established towards the last quarter of the year 2000.In alignment with convention, the Senate of the University at its Statutory Meeting of 15th February, 2017, approved the proposal to change the name of the department from ‘Department of Pharmacology’ to ‘Department of Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Toxicology’.

Pharmacology is the study of the actions of drugs and chemicals on cells, tissues, and the whole body. It focuses on improving the way drugs are tested and finding out how drugs produce beneficial and adverse effects with the aim of providing greater benefits in the treatment of diseases. The study of Pharmacology requires the understanding of normal body functions (Biochemistry and Physiology) and the disturbances that occur (Pathology).

Pharmacology is the basis of much of the research and development of new drugs. The development of a better understanding of the actions of drugs and chemicals on biological systems and drug targets within biological systems is important for the improvement of human health.

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Admission Requirement

on improving the way drugs are tested and finding out how drugs produce beneficial and adverse effects with the aim of providing greater benefits in the treatment of diseases.

Funded Projects

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Teaching and Assessment of Students

  1. Continuous Assessment (Mode: Multiple Choice Questions, One Answer Questions, Essay Questions, Hands-on Practical, Objective-Structured Practical Examinations); 30 %.
  2. End of Semester Course Examinations (Mode as for Continuous Assessment plus Viva Voce); 70 %.
  3. The department conducts the 2nd Professional MB;BS, 3rd Professional BDS and 1st and 2nd Semester Honours and Nursing Examinations.
  4. Continuous Assessment (Mode: Multiple Choice Questions, One Answer Questions, Essay Questions, Hands-on Practical, Objective-Structured Practical Examinations); 30 %.
  5. End of Semester Course Examinations (Mode as for Continuous Assessment plus Viva Voce); 70 %.
  6. The department conducts the 2nd Professional MB;BS, 3rd Professional BDS and 1st and 2nd Semester Honours and Nursing Examinations.

Attendance Policy

A minimum attendance of 75% at requisite departmental activities is required for the student to be eligible for the 2nd Professional MBBS Examination, the 3rd Professional BDS Examination, or Semester Examinations for science students.

Departmental Staff

Academic StaffF

  • Dr. A. A. Adeneye

    Associate Professor
  • Dr. O. K. Yemitan

    Associate Professor
  • Dr. O. O. Amole

    Associate Professor
  • Dr. K. A. Oshikoya

    Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. S. O. Ogundele

    Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. O. O. Ogunleye

    Senior Lecturer
  • Dr. W. A. Badiru

    Lecturer II
  • Dr. A. T. Olofinnade

    Lecturer I

Non - teaching Staff

  • Ayorinde Esther Oluwatoyin (Mrs.)

    Chief Laboratory Technologist
  • Bello, Jemilat Abiodun(Mrs.)

    Chief Laboratory Technologist
  • Owoeye, Bosede Victoria (Mrs.)

    Asst. Chief Personal Secretary
  • Odewole Olufunke Adetola (Miss.)

    Principal Executive Officer i
  • Onanubi Victorial Ima (Mrs)

    Laboratory Technologist II
  • Toneesi, Mathew Senayon (Mr.)

    Chief Laboratory Assistant
  • Adetumbi Henrietta Abosede( Mrs.)

    Senior Clerical Officer
  • Oriade, Grace Oluyomi (Mrs.)

    Technician