Gabriel Oluwabunmi Anyanwu

Biographical Info

Biographical Info:

Dr. Gabriel Oluwabunmi Anyanwu MNYA is a lecturer and Head of Department at Biochemistry Department, Bingham University, Karu, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. He hails from Imo State and he is married with a son. He was awarded PhD in Biochemistry (Nutrition and Food Chemistry) by the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria in May, 2017. He is proudly an alumnus of University of Ibadan and Federal University of Technology, Yola (presently, Modibbo Adama University, Yola) where he was awarded MSc and BTech in Biochemistry respectively. His research interest centres on Nutrition, metabolic diseases and natural products research. He has supervised 3 MSc graduates and over 10 BSc graduates. He has held other administrative positions such as Faculty Assistant Exam Officer, Department SIWES Coordinator and Department Examination Officer. He has published over 32 articles and presented his research work in national and international conferences in Nigeria and other countries like United Kingdom and Pakistan. He has served as a lead consultant to the Federal Ministry of Education and World Bank, and as an Assisting Consultant to several other organisations such as Fed. Min. of Labour and Employment, and ILO. Outside the scientific sphere, He is a singer, songwriter, motivational speaker and author. His book titled Success above Average published by AuthorHouse UK Ltd can be found on Amazon.



Area Of Specialization:

Nutrition and Natural Product Research


Bingham University, Km 26 Abuja-Keffi Expressway, Karu, Nasarawa State, Nigeria

Research interest:

Nutrition- Obesity and other metabolic diseases


2015- The World Academy of Science Award- Award of 2014 CIIT-TWAS Sandwich Postgraduate Fellowship (FR number: 3240280470) by COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT), Islamabad, Pakistan and The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), Italy.

2022- International Foundation for Science (IFS) Research grant of USD 15 000 (Grant reference No. I-1-F-6682-1).




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