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Dr. Lucky Nwidu

Senior Lecturer
Niger delta University
Wilberforce island

Brief Biography:

I am from Opuoko Town in Khana Local Government Area of Ogoni in Rivers State in Nigeria. Born on 15th August 1965. Primary education 1972-77 at Opuoko state Primary Shool; Secondary Education 1977-82 at Government secondary school, Lumene Bangha and Ascension high School, Eleme. Attended the School of Health Technology 1984-77 and obtined a diploma in passed with distinction of the West African Health Examination Board Examination. Read Pharmacy at Obafemi Awolowo university Osun state, Nigeria 1990-97 and passed the Bachelor of Pharmacy with distinction; obtained a M. Sc degree in Pharmacology from University of Port Hacourt Rivers state, Nigeria1998-2002; Obtained a doctorate in Pharmacology from university of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State Nigeria in 2010. Pased a the West African Postgraduate College of Pharmacist fellowship examination in 2006. Worked with Ministry of Health as Public Health Superintendent and as a Lecturer in Pharmacology and currently Senior Lecturer and Acting Head of Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Niger Delta University, WiberforceIisland, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. I am the only Son of five children born to Israel and Jennet Nwidu. I am married to Sylvia sorbari Nwidu and blessed with a baby, Tuador Bonita Nwidu. I am a believer in Christ and served as a Ministeri/c of evanglism and follow up in Favour of God Parish of the Redeem Christian church of God, Azuabie Port Harcourt. Intersted in lecturing, talk shop, evangelism and brainstorming.

Academic positions:

Senior Lecturer and acting Head of Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

Research interests:

Pharmacology of natural products; drug discovery, public health pharmacy; water research

Any other information:

Love God the Father; his Son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit my Senior Partners

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