Dr. Leke Jacob MEDUBI

Dr. Medubi obtained his doctorate degree from University of Ilorin and research is focused on psychoneuroendocrinology. He is currently interested in pushing the boundaries of knowledge on the roles of gut microbiota in behavior under different conditions such as tress and light pollution. He is heavily involved in developing, organizing, and delivering lectures to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, pharmacology, physiology, physiotherapy, radiography, and medical laboratory science students. He has served on committees in the Department of Anatomy and Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences. He has won research grant. In addition to publishing original research articles in revered scientific journal, Dr Medubi is the author of the book, Nigeria’s Fatal Neglect, in which he explored and unequivocally identified Nigeria’s lack of serious commitment to scientific research as the reason for Nigeria’s and Africa’s backward position on all developmental indices. Dr. Medubi is a passionate advocate of public support for science, engineering and technology. Dr. Medubi on-going research, for which he searching active collaborations, includes understanding specific neurobehavioral and neurochemical changes following manipulation of brain-gut-microbiota axis response to light pollution in the Sprague-Dawley rat. He is also investigating students’ assessment of case-based learning paradigm: the role of gender-program interface on knowledge acquisition process.

  • BSc
  • MSc
  • PhD