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Clinical sciences combine principles of medicine, chemistry, biology and experimental science. It's a field that usually involves laboratory work, such as testing, evaluating, detecting and analyzing cells, blood or bodily fluids.

Aims and Objectives

  • To allow students to gain a knowledge and understanding of:
  • The key concepts of clinical science as applied to medicine
  • The interface of basic and clinical science
  • Clinical research methodology
  • The generation of testable hypotheses
  • The principles of hypothesis testing
  • Study design, analysis and reporting

A Brief Discription
Dean of Faculty
Prof. Seiyefa F. Brisibe
Faculty Officer
Mr Bolouye Omemu
Head of Department
Anaesthesiology Prof. Israel Jeremiah
Community Medicine Dr. Abisoye S. Oyeyemi
Internal Medicine Dr. Ambakederemo Emmanuella
Obstetrics & Gynaecology Dr. Isaac J. Abasi
Ophthalmology Dr. Opubiri Ibeinmo
Orthopaedics & Traumatology Dr. Paul C. Onyeabo
Otorhinolaryngology Prof. Paingha J. Alagoa
Paediatrics Child Health Dr. (Mrs.) Peterside Oliemen
Psychiatry & Mental Health Prof. Princewill C. Stanley
Department of Anaesthesiology
Department of Community Health Medicine
Department of Paediatrics
Department of Obstetrics & Gyneacology
Department of Internal Medicine
Department of Psychiatry & Mental Health
Title Author Faculty Department Date Delivered Series No PDF
A Path to the Health Service of our Dream
Prof. Tarilah Tebepah
Clinical Sciences Opthalmology 14th May, 2016 4
Bayelsa State HIV/ AIDS Response Update Dr. Wakiente O. Omubo Director of Public Health, Ministry of Health, Bayelsa State. 9th July, 2015 6
Medico-legal Aspect of HIV Prof. E. N. Etebu Basic Medical Sciences   13th August, 2015 7
The Endocannabinoid Physiological Control System: Emerging target for the Development of Novel Therapeutic Agents Prof. Hope O. Obianwu Basic Medical Sciences Pharmacology 10th September, 2015 8
Applications of Molecular Biology in Medicine Prof. Iheanyi Opkala
Heamatology, University of Nigeria.
15th October, 2015 9
The Making of a Great Medical School Prof. Nimi Briggs
University of Port Harcourt
12th November, 2015 10
Medical Genomics: From Discovery Science to Personalized Medicine Prof. Vincent Idemyor
University of Port Harcourt
Medical Imaging: Concepts, Precepts and Potentials Prof. Donald Nzeh
Professor of Radiology, University Illorin, Nigeria.
14th January, 2016 12
Manpower Requirements in Nigeria's Health Sector Prof. Anthony O. U. Okpani
Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, University of Port Harcourt.
11th February, 2016 13
General Requirements

To be considered for admission into the first degree programme, candidates should

1. Have five credit pass in not more than two sittings in any of the following examinations;

  • General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level Examination
  • West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE),
  • National Examination Council (NECO),
  • National Business and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB) or their equivalents

2. Obtain the minimum cut-off score in UME conducted by JAMB

3. Meet the various departmental registration requirements

UTME Requirements
NDU Admission Requirements
English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
Medical Laboratory Technology
Medical Laboratory Technology
English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
Address: Faculty of Clinical Sciences,
College of Health Sciences,
Niger Delta University,
Wilberforce Island,
Bayelsa State,