Dr Oluwatoba Osasona is a Senior Registrar in Internal Medicine (Gastroenterology/Hepatology). He has a keen interest in research and an insatiable appetite for the pursuit of knowledge. He is a past General Secretary of Association of Resident Doctors, Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti and a member of several committees. He has been part of a few research projects and was a collaborator in the HALT-IT trial ( http://haltit.lshtm.ac.uk/index.php/collaborators/africa/nigeria/ekiti-state-university-teaching-hospital/). He has co-authored two scientific articles. His research interest includes gastroenterology, hepatology, genomic medicine and eHealth.
- Adeoti, A.O., Osasona, O.E., Olaoye, O.B. and Desalu, O.O.,2016. Samter’s Triad: Rare or Under-Diagnosed?.
- Fadare, J.O., Obimakinde, A.M., Aina, F.O., Araromi, E.J., Adegbuyi, T.A., Osasona, O.E. and Agbesanwa, T.A., 2021. Anti-Cholinergic Drug Burden Among Ambulatory Elderly Patients in a Nigerian Tertiary Healthcare Facility. Frontiers in Pharmacology, 12, p.2.