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Simisola O. Akintola
Reader
Global Health Law, Bioethics and Research Ethics
Head Of Department

so.akintola@ui.edu.ng

University of Ibadan, Oyo Road
234 802 324 9990

Dr  Simisola Akintola received  LL.B (Hons) degree in 1987 from the University of Ife , in  1991 the Masters of Laws, 2008 Masters of Laws in Global health Law and Ph.D. degrees in  Law and Bioethics from the University of Southampton in 2016.

In 1990, she joined the Department of Private and Business Law of the University of Ibadan  as a Lecturer, and in 2014 became a Reader. Her current research interests include Genomics in Nigeria, Law and Privacy and Data Sharing.

  1. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2016. Introduction to Equity and Trusts in Nigeria. Ikeja: Princeton Publishers. xlv + 377pp. ISBN 978-978-540-5605-1. Nigeria. (Contribution: 50%).
  2. Akintola, S.O. 2016. Future Unspecified Use of Tissue and Data in Biobank Research. E-theses online service, University of Southampton. ISNI 0000 0004 5922 4981 United Kingdom. (Contribution: 100%)
  3. Akintola, S.O. 1994. Urbanization: Africa’s Tower of Babel-the Nigerian Experience. Urban Management Violence in Africa Ibadan. O. Albert, J. Adisa. Eds. Ibadan: IFRA. 1-8. ISBN 978-2015-33-4. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  4. Akintola, S.O. 1996. The Effect of a Writ and other Court Processes Issued against a Dead Person. Ibadan University Law Essays, Faculty of Law. D. Ojo. Ed. Nigeria: Editorial Contacts. 195-206. ISBN 978-34044-7-4. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  5. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2012. The Nigerian Customary Law Rules and Challenges of Human Right Law. Peoples and Cultures of Nigeria. S. Jegede, O.A. Olutayo, O.O. Omololu and B.E. Owu. Eds. University of Ibadan: Department of Sociology. 357-372. ISBN 978-978-929-644-6. Nigeria. (Contribution: 50%).
  6. Akintola, S.O. and Nwabueze R.N. 2015. Governance of Research Involving Human Subjects. Comparative Health Law and Policy. Critical Perspectives on Nigerian and Global Health Law. O. Iyioha and R.N Nwabueze. Eds. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 307-320. ISBN 978-94-017-9572-2. United Kingdom. (Contribution: 50%)
  7. Akintola, S.O. 2012. Nigerian Laws Guidelines and Regulations on Ethical Oversight of Research. University of Maryland, Baltimore online series. March 2012. (USA) (Contribution: 100%)
  8. Akintola, S.O. 1997. The Relationship of Master and Servant in the Working Environment. Journal of Private and Business Law. 2: 45-55. Nigeria (Contribution: 100%).
  9. Akintola, S.O. 1997. The Inadequacies of damages as a Relief to Libel in Nigeria. Nigeria Education Law Journal. 1: 88-101. Nigeria (Contribution: 100%)
  10. Akintola, S.O. 2002. Medical Negligence in Nigeria. The University of Ado-Ekiti Law Journal. 1: 35-46. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  11. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2002. An Examination of Exparte Injunction as a Tool against Injustice. Nigerian Education Law Journal. 1: 67-78. Nigeria. (Contribution: 50%).
  12. Akintola, S.O. 2002. The Master and His Lady Servant. A Legal Appraisal of Protection Offered Women on the Labour Market. Journal of Private and Business Law. 2: 104-109. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  13. Akintola, S.O. 2002. Examination of Constructive Trust as a Remedy for Unjust Enrichment. Journal of Private and Business Law, U.I. 3: 130-142. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  14. Akintola, S.O. 2002. A Focus on Female Discrimination and Seclusion in Nigeria. Ife Juris Review. 2: 312-320. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  15. Akintola, S.O. 2005. An Examination of the Legality of Pre-Action Notices in Nigeria. Journal of Private and Business Law. 4: 183-191. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  16. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2006. The Purchaser Pendent Lite and the Issue of Notice. The Modern Approach. Nigerian Law and Practice Journal. 7: 87-100. Nigeria. (Contribution: 50%).
  17. Akintola, S.O. 2009. Law as a Tool of Public Health. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. 38: 89-93. Sierra Leone. (Contribution: 100%).
  18. Akintola, S.O. and Lokulo-Sodipe, J.O. 2011. Training Module on the Legal Basis for Research Ethics in Nigeria. http://www.elearningtree.org 1-53. Switzerland. (Contribution: 50%).
  19. Akintola, S.O and Taiwo, E.A. 2011. Balancing Concept of the Best Interest of the Child and Nigeria’s Obligation under Human Rights Law. East African Journal of Peace and Human Right. 2: 297-319. Malawi. (Contribution: 50%).
  20. Akintola, S.O. 2011. An Examination of Intellectual Property Rights Issues in Biomedical Research in Nigeria. University of Ibadan Law Journal. 1: 98-124. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  21. Akintola, S.O. 2012. Intellectual Property Rights and Biomedical Research Under Nigerian Law. NIALS Journal of Intellectual Property. 2: 78-100. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  22. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2012. Right to Freedom of Expression under Nigeria’s Democratic Regime. African Journal of Legal Studies, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA. 6: 1-21. (Contribution: 50%).
  23. Akintola, S.O. 2012. Ethical and Legal Issues in Biobanking for Genomic Research in Nigeria. BeOnline Journal. 1: 16-25. (Contribution: 100%).
  24. Akintola, S.O., Callier S.L. and Ogundiran, T.O. 2013. Personalizing Medicine in Nigeria by Tailoring the Research Process: Points to Consider for Genomic Research. Current Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine. 4: 1-7. (Contribution: 40%).
  25. Hekim, N., Coskun, Y., Sinav A., Abou-Zeid, A.H., Agirbasli, M. Akintola, S.O., Aynacioglu, S., Bayram, M., Bragazzi, N.C., Dandara, C., Dereli, T. 2014. Translating Bio-technology to Knowledge-based Innovation, Peace and Development? Deploy a Science Peace Corps- and Open Letter to World Leaders. Omics: A Journal of Integrative Biology. 7: 415-420. USA. (Contribution: 20%).
  26. Akintola, S.O. 2016. Is My Body My Property? An Examinations of Property Rights in Human Tissue and Biobanking Research. Unib Law Journal. 6: 201-228. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  27. Akintola, S.O. 2017. Advancing Charitable Trust as a Model for Governance of Bio-Banking Research in Nigeria. The Nigerian Law Journal. 20.1: 169-186. Nigeria. (Contribution: 100%).
  28. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2016. Euthanasia Striking a Balance between the State’s Duty to Protect life and Patient’s Decisional Autonomy. Lasu law journal pp149
  29. Akintola, S.O. 2017. Intellectual Property and Research Integrity in Research: An Examination of the Intersection between Copyright Infringement and Plagiarism in Nigeria. University of Ibadan Printing Press.
  30. Akintola, S.O. 2017. An Examination of the Tensions between Individual Privacy Right and Biobanking Research in Nigeria. Indian Socio-Legal Journal.1&2: 107-122. India. (Contribution: 100%)
  31. Akintola, S.O. Egbokare, O 2017 The need to Regulate Employee Assistance Programs Practice in Nigeria. Akungba Law Journal Vol 5 No 1 at pp.280
  32. Akintola, S.O. and Taiwo, E.A. 2004. Nigerian Woman and Her Child: the Remaining Challenges. Nigeria. (Contribution: 50%).
  33. Akintola, S.O. Lokulo- Sodipe, J.O., Bamgbose, O.A., Adebowale, K.O., Aiyelari, C.A., Oke, G.O. and Oyebola, M. 2011 University of Ibadan Intellectual property Policy. 64 pp. Nigeria. (Contribution: 40%).
  34. Akintola, S.O. Egbokare, O 2018 Parenthood: Is the law in Nigeria fit for assisted reproductive technology? https://doi.org/10.20529/IJME.2018.012
  35. Akintola, S.O. 2018. Legal Implications of Data Sharing in Low Income Settings : The Nigerian Experience .South African Journal of Bioethics and Law 11 (1), 15-19
  36. Akintola S.O The Nigerian and her Child: The remaining Challenges
  37. Akintola S.O and Iyioha I . in "Women's Health and the Limits of Law: Domestic and International Perspectives". Routledge Publishing UK
  38. Akintola SO. 2018 Assisted Reproductive technology an emerging technology: A need for Regulation in Nigeria. Elsiet