SN

NAME

RANK

PHONE NO

E-Mail Address

1

Dr. Anyanwu G. E

Senior Lecturer/Head of Department

08038765433

anyanwugemeks@yahoo.com

2

Prof. Obikili, E.N.

Professor

08033827987

enobikili@gmail.com

3

Dr. Ozoemena O.F.N

Senior Lecturer

080334199825

nneomakams@yahoo.com

 

 

4

Dr. Ezugworie J.O

Senior Lecturer

08036101717

hon.okike@yahoo.com

 

5

Dr. . Ezemba E

Senior Lecturer

08038765433

ndubueze.ezemba@unn.edu.ng

 

6

Mr. . Esom E.A

Senior Lecturer

0808665967

emmanuel.esom@unn.edu.ng

 

7

Adiri, C.O.

Lecturer I

07032561501

coadiri2007@yahoo.co.uk

 

8

Agu,  A.U.

Lecturer I

08038742059

augustineagu79@yahoo.com

 

9

Anigbo A A*

 Lecturer I

08036080277

tanigbo@yahoo.com

 

10

Nto Johnson Nto

Graduate Asst

07033585933

Johnson.nto@unn.edu.ng

11

Nwabunike Adaeze I

Asst. Chief Lab. Technologist

08064091230

adaeze.nwabunike@unn.edu.ng

 

12

Eke Godwin O

Chief Typist 

08055653790

ekegodwino@yahoo.com

13

Omeje R. C

Prin. Lab, Supervisor

08064077716

 

14

Ani, Maduka

Prin. Lab. Supervisor

08063448880

 

 

15

Ohiero Bonnie Sonnie

Higher Executive Officer  

08038743820

ohiero.bonnie@unn.edu.ng

 

16

Ejim A. C

Senior Lab. Supervisor

 

08039474160

 

17

Ndubisi, G.

Lab. Supervisor 

08067101496

 

 

 

Onovo, Dennis

Lab. Supervisor 

08067126766

 

 

18

Eze, Stella N.

Lab. Supervisor 

 

07030271043

 

 

19

Eneoma Modesta U

Asst Chief Clerical Officer

08064755436

 

 

20

Ugwuoke, A.

Senior Cleaner Messenger

08036396945

 

 

21

Ude Eberechukwu U

Cleaner/

Messenger

07038138430

 

ebereude@unn.edu.ng

22

Ugwu Chijioke  E

Lab. Attendant 

08063508179

 

 

Past and Present Head of Department

1 PROF. F. N. UDEH 1970 AUGUST - 1978
2 PROF S. C. OHAEGBULAM 1978 AUGUST - 1979
3 PROF. K. MAJOROSSY 1979 AUGUST - 1985
4 DR. R .ROHATGI 1985 AUGUST - 1987
5 REV DR. T. C. AWUZIE 1987 AUGUST - 1991
6 DR. W. C. MEZUE 1991 AUGUST - 1992
7 DR. E. N. OBIKILI 1992 AUGUST - 1994
8 DR. W. C. MEZUE 1994 AUGUST - 1995
9 REV.DR. T.C.AWUZIE 1996 JANUARY - 1998
10 PROF. F. N. UDEH 1998 JANUARY - 1999 JULY
11 PROF. U.F.EZEPUE 1999 AUGUST - 2002
12 DR.E.N. OBIKILI 2002 AUGUST - 2004
13 PROF. U.F.EZEPUE 2004 AUGUST - 2006
14 DR. E. N. OBIKILI 2006 AUGUST - 2008
15 DR. O.F.N. OZOEMENA 2008 AUGUST - 2010
16 PROF. E.N. OBIKILI 2010 AUGUST - 2011
17 DR. O.F.N. OZOEMENA 2011 AUGUST - 2012
18 Dr. J. O. Ezugworie 2012 AUGUST - till date



HISTORY
The license to practice Anatomy as a discipline was granted to the Departments by the Administrator of East Central State on the first day of July 1971. Over the years the student population and staff strength have increased. The former has grown from about 60 to more than 1000. The latter has, however not kept pace with the growth of the student population.
At the beginning the Department gave lectures only to medical students. At present in addition to medical students the Department offers services, courses and lectures to students of the Faculty of health Sciences and Technology, namely students of the Departments of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Medical Rehabilitation, Medical Radiography and Nursing Sciences.


ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMMES
The Department went through a successful NUC accreditation in November, 2007. Two new Academic staff were employed.

The Department runs M.Sc and Ph.D programmes in Anatomy. At present there are 7 candidates in the M.Sc programme and 2 in the Ph.D programme. There are initiatives to commence a B.Sc programme in Human Anatomy.

Over the years there were minior changes in the curriculum

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
(a) Effects of leaf, root and stem extracts of bitter leaf on organs of wistar rats.

(b) Accessing Aphrodisiac potential of magani Burantahsi and its effects on organs of wistar rats.

(c) Protectiive and curative effects of garlic clove extracts on gentamicin induced toxic visceral organs of wistar rats.

(d) Abnormal origin of the pectoralis minor muscle.

(e) Variations of the proximal attachment of the biceps brachi muscle in black population, Nigeria a case study.

(f) Prevalence and pattern of communication of median and musculocutaneus nerves within the black population; Nigeria a case study.

(g) Unusual formation of the median nerve at the level of the distal half of the arm.

Events