Dr Emmanuel Aderemi Jesulola

Lecturer in Biomedical Science - School of Science & Technology

Emmanuel Aderemi Jesulola

Phone: +61 2 6773 3582

Email: eogunlo2@une.edu.au

Biography

As an individual who is fascinated by Science, I obtained my first qualification in Science Laboratory Technology (Diploma, with Distinction) from the prestigious Yaba College of Technology, Lagos Nigeria. After 2 years of teaching at Secondary school and pre-university level, I obtained my first degree in Medicine and surgery from Nigeria’s Premier University (University of Ibadan) in 2008. I worked as a General Physician for 2 years in many private hospitals in Lagos and Ibadan, Nigeria before moving to Australia in October 2010.

Since my arrival at the University of New England Armidale, I have completed a Higher Degree Research (MSc) in Respiratory Physiology and I have been involved with teaching (delivery of lectures, conducting tutorials, practical classes, and clinical skill sessions) in the Bachelor of Medicine Program, Bachelor of Nursing Practice Program and Biomedical Science program on casual and fixed term basis.

My particular research interests are in understanding the neurobiology of Depression and the use of neuroimaging in the investigation and treatment of mental health disorders.

Qualifications

Dip.Sci.Tech., (Science Laboratory) Yaba College of Technology
MBBS (Medicine and Surgery) University of Ibadan
MSc (Respiratory Physiology) University of New England

Memberships

Nigeria Medical Association
Australia Medical Council

Teaching Areas

Physiology
Medical Science
Medical Professional Practice
Neuroscience

Research Interests

See also ResearchGate

Selected Recent Publications

May 2015Emmanuel Jesulola, Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika, Linda L. Agnew, Peter Wilson (2015). Frontal alpha asymmetry as a pathway to behavioural withdrawal in depression: Research findings and issues. Behavioural Brain Research 292: 56–67.

April 2012Jesulola E and T. Van der Touw. Topical application of phospholipids reduces sensitivity to airway challenge in Asthmatics. Respirology (2012) 17 (Suppl. 1), 46

Submitted for review

Sharpley, C.F., Bitsika, V., Jesulola, E., & Agnew, L. The nature of the association between psychological resilience and depression in a rural Australian population. Self and Identity.

Sharpley, C.F., Jesulola, E., & Agnew, L. Anxiety-depression comorbidity in rural Australia. Australian Journal of Rural Health.

Hess, N.C.L., Carlson, D.J., Inder, J.D., Jesulola, E., McFarlane, J.R., & Smart, N.A. Clinically meaningful blood pressure reductions with low intensity isometric handgrip exercise. A randomized trial. Physiological Sciences

In Preparation 

Jesulola, E., Sharpley, C.F., Wilson, P., & Agnew, L. Gender differences in frontal lobe alpha asymmetry—a basis for prevalence variation in depression? Physiology & Behavior.

Jesulola, E., Sharpley, C.F., Wilson, P., & Agnew, L. Is there a severity cut-off for the association between frontal lobe alpha asymmetry and depression? Behavioural & Brain Functions.

Jesulola, E., Sharpley, C.F., Wilson, P., & Agnew, L. Site differences in the association between alpha asymmetry and depression. Depression & Anxiety.

Recent Conference Presentations

Davison, A., Sharpley, C.F., Murphy, A., Hamlin, A., & Jesulola, E. (2015). Music Scholars and Singing Neanderthals: The Adagio from Mozart’s Piano Concerto in A major (K.488) and the evolutionary meaning of gesture. Musicological Society of Australia, National Conference, Sydney, 2 October, 2015 (October 2015)

Pathophysiology of depression: The Journey so far! An oral presentation at the ‘Mind Matters’ Conference, Collaborative Research Network, Coffs-Harbor NSW, Australia (April 2014)

Frontal Electro-Encephalographic (EEG) Asymmetry in Depression. An oral presentation at the ‘Mind Matters’ Conference, Collaborative Research Network, Coffs-Harbor NSW, Australia (April 2014)

EEG Application in Depression Research. A poster presentation at the ‘Mind Matters’ Conference, Collaborative Research Network, Coffs-Harbor NSW, Australia (April 2014)

Topical Pharyngeal Application of Lecithin Reduces Bronchoconstriction from Airway Challenge in Asthmatics. A poster presentation at the ‘Mind Matters’ Conference, Collaborative Research Network, Coffs-Harbor NSW, Australia (April 2014)