Department: Department of Immunology and Medical Microbiology
University: Ross University School of Medicine
Dr. Raymond F. Adebiyi is a Professor of Immunology and Medical Microbiology and served for many years as an Associate Dean at Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, West Indies. After receiving a degree in biochemistry, Dr. Adebiyi moved to the US as an exchange scholar and continued his education at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis from which he graduated with distinction. His graduate work at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine was in immunology and microbiology and his Master’s thesis was on Leukocyte Chemotaxis by Bacteroides fragilis. The research for his Ph.D. degree, earned at the University of Ibadan School of Medicine, was done at the University of London on an Inter-University Council Scholarship. Dr. Adebiyi taught immunology and immunopathology at the University of Ibadan School of Medicine previously. While at Ibadan, he served as National Secretary of the Nigerian Society for Immunology. He has been a fellow in immunology at the World Health Organization in Geneva and a commonwealth medical fellow at the John Radcliffe Hospital at Oxford University and at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School (now Imperial College) in London. He has authored publications in reputable journals.
He is interested in the immunology and pathology of tropical infectious diseases, principles of transplant rejection and immune deficiency disorders.
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