Professor Philip Oluleke Ibinaiye

IBINAIYE, Philip Oluleke is a Professor and Consultant Neurovascular Radiologist at Ahmadu Bello University and Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria, Nigeria. He obtained his Medical Degree (MBBS) at College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 1995. He is a Fellow of National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria in Radiology (FMCR) and Fellow of International College of Surgeons in Radiology [FICS] (Chicago). He has been teaching and supervising undergraduate and post graduate students in the field of General Radiology and Neurovascular Radiology.

He is a member of several societies including International Stroke Genetics Consortium (ISGC), Association of Radiologist of West Africa, Association of Radiologists in Nigeria among others.

 He was part of an ambitious team entitled SIREN Study where they developed a software that makes for smooth running, easy storage and retrieval of neuroimaging data titled AIM on Clear Canvas Enriched Stroke phenotyping Software (ACCESS) 2016 - PATENT NG/PT/NC/2016/2007. He authored/co-authored over 100 publications in reputable peer reviewed journals; over 60 meetings abstracts and 2 books.

He is Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Radiation Medicine in Tropics. He won many academic laurels including Titcombe College honor award for high academic attainment, Ethicon prize of West African College of Surgeons, Ahmadu Bello University MacArthur Post-Doctoral Grant Award among others.

He is a site Consultant Radiologist in ongoing Stroke Genetics research entitled “Systemic investigation of blacks with stroke using Genomics (SIBS Genomics)” in centers across Nigeria and Ghana.