What the fellow says:
"Plant resources are important and crucial for health and development of any country. The main objective of the research I undertook under the UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Fellowship programme was to study the tissue culture methods of four endangered species of medicinal plants in Nigeria. I have acquired scientific knowledge in mass propagation of some endangered Nigerian medicinal plants by means of tissue culture."
University of Ibadan, Faculty of Science, Ibadan, Nigeria: PhD in Botany (2 September 2002).
Back extractivism and uses of some medicinal plants: Nigerian journal of Botany, Volume 15, 26-36, 2002. Fasola, T.R and A. Egunyomi.
Indigenous Uses of some Medicinal plants from Dambatta and Azare areas of Northern Nigeria: Journal of Tropical Forest Resources, Vol.18 (under publication) 2002. Fasola, T.R. and J.E. Abu.
The contribution of women herb sellers to health care delivery in Ibadan, Nigeria: The Nigerian Field 67:59:66; Nigeria, 2002.
Screening Nigerian Plants for their Medicinal Importance: Journal of Science Research. Vol.6 (1) 51-57, Nigeria, 2000.