Dr. Timothy O. ALADELUSI


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Name:Timothy O. ALADELUSI

Designation: Senior Lecturer

Department: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Phone Number: +2348033662155

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Dr Timothy Aladelusi obtained the Bachelor of dental Surgery from the University of Ibadan in 2003 and proceeded to obtained his Masters degree in Anatomy from the same institution in 2008. He had his residency training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon of the West African College of Surgeon  at the University College Hospital, Ibadan from June 2006 to Oct 2012. He was awarded the Fellowship of the AOCMF in Craniomaxillofacial Trauma done the Hannover Medical School Germany in 2014. He also received the International association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Fellowship in Maxillofacial oncology and reconstruction which he did under the tutelage of Prof Zhang Chen Ping at the Ninth People’s Hospital, Shanghai, PRC in 2017/2018. His research interest is maxillofacial trauma, dento-alveolar surgery and maxillofacial oncology and reconstruction. He has over 40 publications in peer reviewed journals.


(a) Completed
Audit of the indication, classification and outcome of maxillectomy procedures at the University College Hospital, Ibadan.

(b) In progress

i. A study of peadiatric head and neck tumor: This multidisciplinary research aims to review the clinicopathologic features of neoplastic conditions of the head and neck region of the peadiatric age group. The outcome of this research will help in the
characterization of these lesions and thus enhancing intervention and prognostication. It will also help in improving interdisciplinary approach to the management of this disease. Presently, data collection in progress.

ii. Craniofacial anthropometry: Craniofacial measurements are important for guidance during reconstruction of the maxillofacial region. However, despite racial differences in craniofacial anthropometry, data from our region is still inadequate in the literature. This study aims to provide data on major craniofacial dimension in our region. The outcome of this study will have relevance by providing information on major landmarks of intraoperative relevance. Presently, data collection is in progress.

(c) Project, Dissertation and Thesis

i. Aladelusi, Timothy Olukunle, 2009, An evaluation of the role of immunocal in radiation induced mucositis in wistar rats (Rattus Novegicus). Presented to the University of Ibadan in part fulfilment for an award of Master of Science in Anatomy.

ii. Aladelusi, Timothy Olukunle, 2012, Analysis of the severity of road traffic maxillofacial injuries seen at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria. - Presented to the West African College of Surgeons in partial fulfilment for the award
of fellowship in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery


1. Romeo I, Roccia F, Aladelusi TO, et al. (2021) Multicentric prospective study on maxillofacial trauma due to road traffic accidents: The World oral and maxillofacial trauma project. J Craniofac Surg 00(00) Click here
2. Olusanya AA, Adisa AO, Aladelusi TO, et al. (2018) Orofacial Cancers: Pattern and Management in Ibadan, Nigeria. Med J Zambia 45(4): 179–188. Click here

3. Olusanya AA, Aladelusi TO, Ifesanya AO, et al. (2014) Perioperative findings and complications of non-vascularised iliac crest graft harvest: The experience of a Nigerian tertiary hospital. Nig Med J 55: 224–229. DOI: 10.4103/0300-1652.132046. Click here

4. Aladelusi TO, Gbolahan OO and Fasola AO (2021) Co-existing ossifying fibroma and pleomorphic adenoma in the head and neck region – a case report and review of the literature. Afr J Med Med Sci 50.

5. Aladelusi TO, Akinmoladun I V., Olusanya OO, et al. (2014) Evaluation of pedestrian road traffic maxillofacial injuries in a Nigerian tertiary hospital. Afr J Med Med Sc 43(4): 353–359. Click here

6. Aladelusi TO, Akinmoladun V, Olusanya A, et al. (2013) The impact of protective devices on the severity of road traffic maxillofacial injuries in Ibadan, Nigeria. J West Afr Coll Surg 3(1): 25–39. Click here 

7. Aladelusi TO, Kanmodi KK and Kanmodi PA (2021) Assessment of risk profile of medical and dental students regarding hospital-associated infections in Nigeria. Ibom Med J 14(2): 147–160. Click here

8. Chen G, Tu Y, Aladelusi TO, et al. (2020) Knocking down B7H3 expression enhances cell proliferation of SHEDs via the SHP1/AKT signal axis. Biochem Biophy Res Comm 531(3). Elsevier Ltd: 282–289. DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2020.06.154.

9. Ifesanya JU and Aladelusi TO (2018) Third molar impaction in a cross section of adult orthodontic patients . South Afr Dent J 73(1): 23–26. Clik here

10. Adeleye AO, Aladelusi TO and Olusanya AA (2020) Impact of maxillofacial injury on the severity of head injury. Afr J Med Med Sci 49: 45–51. Click here


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