Dr Ekementeabasi Umoh | Physiology | Best Researcher Award |

Dr. Ekementeabasi Umoh ,Arthur Jarvis University, Nigeria : Physiology,  Best Researcher Award 

👋 Introduction:

Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh, a dedicated and innovative graduate of Physiology with a recent Ph.D. in Gastrointestinal Tract Physiology from the esteemed University of Calabar, Cross River State. Born on the 1st of January, 1991, in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, His  passionate about education, research, administration, and the profound impact of imparting knowledge.

Professional Profiles:




🎓 Educational Journey:

Embarking on His academic journey, Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh earned his  Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Human Physiology from the University of Calabar, Cross River State, in 2013. This laid the foundation for my passion for physiological sciences. Subsequently, He pursued a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Human Physiology at the University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, solidifying my understanding of physiological intricacies in 2017. My commitment to academic excellence reached its pinnacle with the attainment of a Doctorate in Human Physiology, specializing in Gastrointestinal Tract Physiology, from the University of Calabar in 2023. The culmination of these experiences equipped me with a comprehensive understanding of the human body and honed my research skills, setting the stage for impactful contributions in the realms of teaching and research. 🌐

💼 Professional Background:

Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh academic journey includes a B.Sc. in Human Physiology, an M.Sc. in the same field, and culminating in a Ph.D. where he conducted groundbreaking research on topics such as the effects of Spironolactone and parsley on rat physiology and the comparative study of ginger and aspirin on cytoprotection in albino Wistar rats.

👨‍🏫 Teaching and Leadership Roles:

Presently, He serve as a Lecturer at Arthur Jarvis University in Akpabuyo, Cross River State, where he’ve taken on roles such as Acting Dean of Student Affairs and Head of the Department of Physiology. His responsibilities extend to lecturing on various physiological aspects, contributing to the development of the university’s academic policies, and ensuring the smooth operation of the academic timetable.

💻 Technical Proficiency:

In addition to his academic pursuits, He possess technical skills in Microsoft Office applications, ensuring seamless documentation and presentation of research findings. Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh skill set also includes public speaking, leadership, and a keen eye for detail.

📚 Research and Publications:

Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh research endeavors have resulted in several impactful publications, such as a scoping analysis of thirty-five years of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria and studies on the effects of ginger and aspirin on rat physiology. He was dedicated to contributing valuable insights to the scientific community.

🚀 Professional Goals:

Seeking opportunities to apply and enrich my expertise in Medical, education, practical learning, lecturing, and counseling in a government and/or private educational/health institution. Passionate about contributing to innovative and challenging environments.

🌐 Future Aspirations:

Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh aspirations extend beyond the present, aiming to be an integral part of an innovative and challenging environment where he can apply, share, and enrich my educational and professional knowledge. He was enthusiastic about making enduring contributions to the progressive development of any organization.

📚 Top Noted Publications:


Okoriwu, H.U., Umoh E. A., Asanga, E.E et al. (2022). “Thirty-five years (1986 – 2021) of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria: bibliometric and scoping analysis.” Aids Res Ther, 19, 64.


Umoh EA, Okoroiwu HU, Uchenwa MO, et al. (2023). “Comparative effect of ginger (an anti-inflammatory medicinal herb) and aspirin (a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) on cytoprotection and body weight changes in male albino Wistar rats.” J Biol Res.

EA Umoh, VK Uno, AE Effiong, E Otu, JO Asuquo, EE Osim (2023). “Comparative effect of ginger (an anti-inflammatory medical herb) and aspirin (a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) on liver enzymes in male albino wistar rats.” Journal of African Association of Physiological Sciences, 11 (1), 29-35.

EA Umoh, AO Obembe, DE Ikpi, OE Eniang-Esien, JO Asuquo (2023). “Effect of chronic administration of magnesium supplement (magnesium glycinate) on male albino wistar rats’ intestinal (Ileum) motility, body weight changes, food and water intake.” Heliyon, 9 (8), 2023.


In conclusion, Dr. Ekementeabasi Aniebo Umoh journey from a diligent student to a passionate educator and researcher has equipped me with a diverse skill set. He was poised to contribute significantly to the fields of Medical, education, and practical learning. Eager to embrace challenges in either governmental or private educational/health institutions, He confident in his ability to make immediate and lasting contributions.