Associate Professor / Reader
At the Medicine department office
Appointment on Visitation important
Topic: Skin Physiology
Description: My research interest is majorly Skin Physiology as pertains to the ageing process and abnormal pigmentation and I find the many Nigerian albinos a pleasant and interesting study population. I have encouraged them to form a support group located at LASUTH where they meet every month and I have ready access to them. My research collaborators include researchers from the University of Cambridge, and Bournemouth in the UK and KwaZulu-Natal University, Durban, South Africa as well as the University College Hospital lbadan and locally within LASUCOM I have collaborated with researchers in Surgery,Psychiatry, Community Medicine, Radiology and Ophthalmology.
|1.||Fellowship of theRoyal College of Physicians, London FRCP (Lond) (Medicine)||Royal College of Physicians, London||2004|
Case Study of Traditional Neonatal Skin Care in Nigeria and its Relevance to Prevalence of Atopic Dermatitis in Nigeria
An Observational Cohort Study Comparing perinatal skin care practices at Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA) Centers with Government Maternity Centers and TBA centers, to investigate the low prevalence of Atopic Dermatitis in rural versus urban communities in Nigeria.
AJOSE Frances is a Associate Professor / Reader at the Department of Medicine
AJOSE has a Fellowship of theRoyal College of Physicians, London FRCP (Lond) in Medicine from Royal College of Physicians, London