Enitome Bafor


Dr. Enitome Bafor obtained her B.Pharm and MSc in Pharmacology from the University of Benin she then obtained a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Strathclyde, UK. She is currently the founder and lead researcher of the Reproductive Health/Ethnopharmacology Research Group (RHERG). RHERG is a multidisciplinary research team that aims to translate knowledge from laboratory pharmacology into clinical pharmacology. Their core interests include investigation of smooth muscles particularly the myometrium and related biological systems but more importantly to promote research into reproductive health issues that can be translated into therapeutic benefits. RHERG is currently in collaboration with the Natural Products Research Group at the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomdecal Sciences, UK and other research teams in Austria and Spain.

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