QualificationsMBBS (LAGOS), FWACP(PAED), FSDP(SA), MPHIL (CAPE TOWN)
ProfileDr Gbemisola Boyede had her undergraduate medical training at the College of Medicine of University of Lagos and was awarded the MBBS degree in 2002. Dr Gbemisola Boyede was a University of Lagos Scholar and recipient of six distinctions, merit scholarship awards and numerous academic prizes including the Provost Prize and College Prize for the Best Overall Student at the College of Medicine of University of Lagos 1997/87 Session. She did her internship and residency training in Paediatrics at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. As a resident, Dr Gbemisola Boyede was the Best Senior Registrar in the Department of Paediatrics in 2010. She became a Fellow of the West African College of Physicians, Faculty of Paediatrics (FWACP(Paed)) in 2011. .In 2012, Dr Gbemisola was awarded a Fellowship by the African Paediatrics Fellowship Programme (APFP) of the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Cape Town, South Africa to do sub-specialty training in Developmental Paediatrics at the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital/University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. She obtained the Sub-specialty Fellowship in Developmental Paediatrics of the College of Paediatricians of the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa, FSDP(SA) in May 2015. She obtained at the same time a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree in Developmental Paediatrics(with distinction in thesis) from the University of Cape Town. Dr Gbemisola Boyede is actively involved in academic and clinical research and has published papers in international journals. Her research interests include cognitive functioning in HIV-infected children, developmental assessments in resource-poor setting, Autism spectrum disorders, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorders and Cerebral Palsy. She is a member of many professional bodies and associations including the International Child Neurology Association, African Child Neurology Association, Paediatric Association of Nigeria, Child Neurology Society of Nigeria, Paediatric Neurology and Developmental Association of Southern Africa.