OKPAKO, Professor David Tinakpoevwan

B.pharm, Ph.D, pharmacist, born November 22, 1936, Owahwa, Delta State; married Kathleen 1967, one son, one daughter; Education: Oyinibo Baptist School, Baptist High School, Port Harcourt, Urhobo College, Effurun, University of London, University of Bradford; Career: Professor of Pharmacology, University of Ibadan, since 1977; Head, Department of Pharcology, UI, 1978-81; Founder/Coordinator, Faculty of Pharmacy, UI,.1977-83; Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, 1987-91; fellow, Institute of Biology; fellow, Nigeria Academy of Science, 1991;fellow, African Academy of Science, 1993; fellow, Royal Pharmaceutical Society, 1992; Visiting Fellow, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1983-84; Visiting Professor, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South African, 1995-96; Visiting fellow, Fitz Williams College, Cambridge, 1997-98; President, West African Society for Pharmacology, 1987-90; President, Nigerian Field Society, 1994- 2000; Founding President, Nigeria Institute of Biology, 1990-92; Publications: Tropical Approach, Cambridge University Press, 1991; Pharmacological Methods in Phytotherapy Research, John Willey &Sons Limited, 1996; Hobby: golf, walking, reading; Official Address: Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, University of Ibadan; Telephone: 02-810-110, extension, 1942; Home: 22, Sankore Avenue, University of Ibadan, P. O.Box 20334, Oyo Road, Ibadan, Oyo State; Telephone: 01-810-110 extension 1758.
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