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Advisory Board: About

Professor Alphonsus Ekwerikwe, MD

Prof. Alphonsus is the President & Clinical Director, Science Medicine Research Institute (NASA-IASC indexed Asteroids Discovery Institute, NeuroToxic Spongifibrous Syndrome Discovery Institute & unit of Neurosquatemetry & Science Medicine, Inc).

Prof. Ekwerikwe is a Harvard Trained Clinical Researcher &  Professor of Neuroendocrinology (Cognitive Neurosquatemetry, aka Invention Technology Program), the first Nigerian to discover NASA-IASC 2010TL78 & CHF1472 asteroids & an inventor of Fluorocell electricity & 38 other health / medical, educational, agriculture, automotive, products, procedures, devices & foods.

Sunday Sholeye, PhD

Dr. Sholeye is an associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the Jefferson College of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, USA. He obtained his Ph.D. in pharmaceutics at the University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, and then completed his postdoctoral research at the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.

He is a member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, Aerosol Society, UK, and the American Association of College of Pharmacy.

Dr. Sholeye’s research interests include protein/peptide, gene and vaccine formulation, and delivery using both invasive and non-invasive routes, Pulmonary drug delivery of small organic molecules. Other areas of expertise include analyses of biomolecules using circular dichroism, fluorescence spectroscopy, Gel electrophoresis, Thermal analysis, Size chromatography, and Raman spectroscopy.

Mayowa Agbaje-Williams

Dr. Mayowa Agbaje-Williams is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Clinical Scientist Group, a consultancy firm that supports contract research organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and research organizations to implement clinical research programs. Mayowa is a residency-trained PharmD with more than 15 years of clinical research experience spanning the entirety of the clinical research spectrum including, site management, medical monitoring, clinical scientist, among others.

Dr. Agbaje-Williams’ love for the clinical scientist role and her experience working with vendors hired to support the clinical development programs she worked on, led her to start the Clinical Scientist Group. Mayowa’s company was founded on the premise that clinical development professionals of small to mid-sized biopharmaceutical companies can expect and demand solution-focused partnerships and quality products from their vendors without compromising quality, time, and costs while yielding results.

Mayowa has therapeutic expertise in Oncology, Hepatology, Endocrine, Transplantation & Immunology, Infectious Diseases areas. Mayowa obtained a master’s degree in public health with a concentration in Epidemiology and Biostatistics and as well as a PharmD degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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