CUR ICULUM VITAE DR. JOHN FREDERICK ONYANGO BDS (NRB), MSC (LOND), FDSRCS 23 November 2006DATE OF BIRTH: 11th November 1952NATIONALITY: KenyanMARITAL STATUS: Married with three childrenADDRESS: Faculty of Dental Sciences P. O. Box 19676 NAIROBIE- MAIL: email@example.comEDUCATION:1985- 1987: The Royal College of surgeons. (FDSRCS)1985-1988: University of London, The Eastman Institute of oral health..1974-1978: University of Nairobi, Faculty of Dental Sciences.1971-1972: Kamuli College, Uganda, EAACE1967-1970: Kamuli College, Uganda, EACE Division IDEGREES1988: MSc. in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of London.1988 Fellowship in Dental Surgery, Royal College of surgeons of England1978: Bachelor of Dental Surgery, University of NairobiACCADEMIC APPOINTMENTS1997 to date: Senior Lecturer in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery.1989 – 1997: Lecturer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.1989 to date Honorary Consultant in Maxillofacial Surgery, Kenyatta National Hospital
21988 – 1989: Registrar in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, St Mary’ Hospital, London.1987 –1988: SHO in Oral Surgery, University College, London1986 –1987: SHO in Oral Surgery, Bedford General Hospital, England.1985 – 1986: SHO in Oral Surgery, Eastman Dental Hospital, London1983 – 1985: Tutorial Fellow in Anatomy, Department of Human anatomy, University of Nairobi.1979 – 1983: SHO in General dentistry, Central Provincial General Hospital, Nyeri.1978 – 1979; Intern / HO in general dentistry, Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi.TEACHING EXPERIENCE, UNDERGRADUATE1989 to date: Fourth, Fifth and parallel programs dental students, Lecturers, clinical demonstrations and tutorials in oral and maxillofacial surgery.1989: Three months lectureship in oral surgery and oral pathology to final year undergraduate dental students, University of Dar es salaam.1983 –1985: Lectures and demonstrations in Anatomy to undergraduate dental and medical students.TEACHING EXPERIENCE, POSTGRADUATE2001 to date: Lectures tutorials, clinical teaching in Oral surgery to MDS students in Paediatric dentistry.2000 to date: Lectures, tutorials, clinical teaching in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery to MDS students in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery.1992 – 1993: Lectures, tutorials, clinical teaching in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery to MDS student from the University of Dar es salaam.CLINICAL EXPERIENCE1989 to date: Specialist Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. Wide range of Oral and Maxillofacial surgical procedures including trauma, Head and neck oncology, cleft reconstruction and dentoalveolar surgery. Areas of surgical interest are Cleft lip and palate, Orthognathic surgery, Facial pain and Head and neck oncology1985 – 1989: Residency training in Oral and maxillofacial Surgery, University of
3 London1978 – 1985: General clinical dentistryPAST STUDENT SUPERVISION:(a) Undergraduate Students: 1 2003-2004 Johnson J. Wambugu. BDS student, Faculty of dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Research topic: The impediment to growth and development of Dental Insurance among Insuraence companies in Kenya. 2 2003-2004 Arnold Omudho: B.Sc student in Biomedical technology, Department of Animal physiology, University of Nairobi Research topic: Optimization of manual microdisection technique in molecular analysis of oral cancer 3 2000-2001 Catherine E.A. Rabala: BDS student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Research Topic: Patient Satisfaction with Service Delivery at the Dental School 4 2000-2001 Nicholas Gichu: BDS student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Research Topic: Patient Knowledge and Attitude Toward Cross Infection in the Dental Clinic. 5 1992-1993: Omondi, O.K. and Moreri, G.B. BDS student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Project: Community health dissertation for BDS degree Title: Effect of HIV epidemics on blood transfusion services at Kenyatta National Hospital. 6 1992-1993: Olute, O.P. and Warui, G.K.B. BDS student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Project: Community health dissertation for BDS degree Title: Study on normal facial parameters in young Kenyan adults. 7 1989-1990: Omondi, B.I.O. and Nyawara, M. BDS student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Project: Community health dissertation for BDS degree Title: Oral cancer in Kenya - up grade 1980-1990.
4(b) Postgraduate Students: 1. 2001 to 2006: Walter Odhiambo: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Research topic: Not yet decided. 2. 2002 to 2006: Solomon Mulamba: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi Research topic: Quality life in Head and Neck Cancer patients undergoing Radiotherapy at Kenyatta National Hospital. 3. 2002 to 2006: Adeline Villembwa: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Research topic: Pattern of Histological subtypes versus cinicopathologic presentation of Ameloblastoma at the University of Nairobi Dental Hospital, Faculty of Dental Sciences. 4. 2002 to 2006e: Fauzia Butt: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Research topic: Head and Neck Cancers among HIV positive Kenyan patients 5. 2001-2005: Mathews Akama: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Clinical supervisor. 6. 2001-2005: Tom Osundwa: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Research topic: Pattern of occurrence of Cleft lip and or Palate among Kenyans presenting for treatment at selected Hospitals’ 7. 2001-2005: Kennedy Koech: MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Clinical supervisor. 8. 1990 - 1992: Kimaro, Solomon S. MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Dar es Salaam Clinical SupervisorCURRENT STUDENT SUPERVISION(a) Undergraduate 1. 2004-2005: Kennedy Ndege: BDS student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi. Project: Community health dissertation for BDS degree Title: The pattern of impacted teeth seen at the Dental School clinic 2. 2004 – 2005: Maureen Achieng: BDS Student, Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi.
5 Project: Community health dissertation for BDS degree Title Dental Insurance in Kenya.(b) Postgraduate Students 2004 to date: Dr. Anthony O Kenyanya MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, University of Nairobi. Clinical supervisor 2002 to date: Dr. Jeremiah Moshy. MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Clinical Supervisor. 2003 to date: Dr.Atanasias Odhiambo. MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Clinical Supervisor. 2003 to Date: Dr. John Karathi. MDS student in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nairobi. Clinical Supervisor.ADMINISTRATIVE POST.2000 to date: Head division of Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeryDEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES:1. 1989 to date: Member of the Departmental Postgraduate Studies Committee.2. 2000 to date: Member of the Departmental Development Committee3. 2000 to date: Member of the Departmental Students Welfare Committee4. 2000 to date: Departmental representative to the Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee.6. 2004 to date: Chairman, Faculty Standards and quality Assurance committeeFACULTY RESPONSIBILITIES 1. 2004 to Date: Faculty senate representative 3. 2004 to Date: Faculty Committee on private practice development. 4. 2004 to Date: Chairman, Faculty Standards and Quality Assurance committee
6COMMITTEES SERVED IN:2003: Departmental Committee to prepare proposal for staff expansion in the Department of Oral and maxillofacial surgery , Oral pathology and Oral medicine.2003: Departmental Committee to revise the syllabus for MDS degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Nairobi.1993: Faculty Committee to prepare guidelines for promotion of academic staff in the Faculty of Medicine.1993: Departmental Committee to prepare guidelines for private practice in the Department of Dental Surgery.1993: Students Welfare Committee1990: Departmental Committee to prepare proposal for up-grading the Department of Dental Surgery to a Faculty.1991: Departmental Committee to prepare a syllabus for M.Sc. degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Nairobi.AWARDS:2001: University of Bergen, Senior Research scientist Travel grant for advanced training in molecular biology.2000: University on Bergen, Senior Research Travel grant for advanced training in molecular biology of oral cancer.1985-1989: British council scholarship for postgraduate training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.GRANTS 2005 Deans committee Research Grant. Research title. Assessment of TP53 Genetic alterations in head and neck cancers in the Kenyan Population Value: Ksh 200,000. 2004 Meharry Medical College Fund for collaborative research in cancer. Value. Us$ 5000 2002 University of Bergen, research fund for Collaborative research on “The relationship between epidemiological characteristics, clinical behaviour, histological features, DNA content, Cell
7 kinetics and genetic alterations in oral squamous cell carcinoma and their impact on patient prognosis in Kenya” Value. Us$2000.CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS. 1. The relationship between epidemiological characteristics, clinical behaviour, histological characteristics, clinical behaviour, histological features, DNA content, cell kinetics and genetic alterations in oral squamous cell carcinoma and their impact on patient prognosis in Kenya 2. Assessment of TP53 genetic alterations in head and neck carcinoma in Kenyan population.COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS: 1. Pattern of cleft lip and cleft palate at Provincial General Hospital, Nyeri (1982 - 1983): Study of the pattern of cleft lip/cleft palate disorders seen by the author over a two year period (1982 - 1983). Cases were analyzed for age, sex and site distribution, birth rank, seasonal distribution and gestetational histories. 2. Oral cancers in Kenya: Retrospective study of cancer cases seen at Kenyatta National Hospital from 1968 - 1976. Cases were analyzed for histological type, age, sex and site distribution. 3. Effect of intracranial volume on cranial base growth in mutant hydrocephalic mice: Study of the relationship between increased intracranial volume and cranial base growth was undertaken in mutant hydrocephalic mice. 4. Effect of cranial base growth on facial growth in mutant hydrocephalic mice: Study of the relationship between changes in cranial base and facial skeleton in mutant hydrocephalic mice was undertaken. 5. Oral tumours and tumour like conditions in Tanzania: A retrospective study of oral tumours and tumour like conditions seen at Muhimbili Medical Center, Division of Dentistry, Dar-es-salaam from 1980 - 1993. The cases were analyzed for histological type, age, sex and site distribution. 6. Oral tumours and tumour like conditions in Kenya: A retrospective study of oral tumours and tumour like conditions seen at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi from 1968 - 1992 was undertaken. The cases were analyzed for histological type, age, sex and site distribution. 7. Kaposis sarcoma in Kenya: A retrospective clinical pathological study of Kaposis sarcoma seen at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi from 1968 - 1997 was undertaken. Cases were analyzed for histological type, age, sex and site distribution. 8. Oral cancers in Kenya: Retrospective study of cancer cases seen at
8 Kenyatta National Hospital from 1978 - 1997. Cases were analyzed for histological type, age, sex and site distribution.RESEARCH INTEREST 1. Bone physiology: - Factors that influence bone growth and regeneration. - Their effect on graft regeneration and survival. 2. Suitable bone substitutes: - Their biocompatibility and functional usefulness. 3. Facial growth: - The relationship between soft tissue and skeletal tissues. - The influence of the so-called functional matrices and graft survival and stability of craniofacial reconstruction. 4. Natural history of cleft disorders and the influence of surgical intervention on growth and development of the face in cleft patients. 5 Oral Cancer.ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL COURSES:1st-Nov –19th Dec 2001: Training in molecular biology techniques: University of Bergen, Norway Objective: Acquire laboratory skills in molecular biology techniques as a preparation research on molecular characteristics of oral cancer. Course Contents: Tissue preparation; in situ-hybridization, DNA extraction, purification and analysis, comparative hybridization.21 – 22 April 2001: Professional Skills Workshop: Nairobi, Kenya Objective: Course designed to sharpen research and scientific writing skills for academicians. Course Content: Writing research articles, seeking advanced training, making oral presentation, obtaining funding for research.
9O5 - 9 June 2001: Nairobi Hospital Trauma Course: Nairobi, Kenya Objective: This course, based on international standards established through the Advanced Trauma Life Support Course (ATLS-ACS), was developed to optimize the care of injured patients presenting in the Emergency Department. Course Content: The course was designed to provide doctors and nurses with a safe and reliable method for immediate management of the injured patient and the knowledge necessary to provide accurate assessment and stabilization from initial presentation; assess the patients’ condition rapidly and accurately; resuscitate and stablilise the patient on a priority basis, and ensure that optimal care is provided through each step.01 November – 19 December 2000: Training in molecular biology techniques: University of Bergen, Norway Objective: Acquire laboratory skills in molecular biology techniques as a preparation research on molecular characteristics of oral cancer. Course Contents: Tissue preparation; in situ-hybridization, DNA extraction, purification and analysis, comparative hybridization.1997: Advanced program in orthognathic surgery: University of prewtorial, South Africa with rotation to affiliated hospitals. Objective: Experience in orthognathic surgery. Course Content: Pre-operative patient evaluation and treatment planning for combined orthodontics and surgery. Cephalometric analysis. Model surgery. Prediction tracings. Clinical and Surgical Demonstration. Hands-on Clinical experience in orthognathic surgery.1995: Advanced program in maxillofacial trauma: Medical University of Southern Africa (MEDUNSA). Objective:
10 Hands-on experience in management of complex maxillofacial trauma. Course Content: Seminars and clinical management of patients.27 MAY - 12 JUNE 1994: Advanced programme in craniofacial reconstruction, Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A. Course Content: (a) Principles of craniofacial surgery. Reconstruction of eyelid deformities, cleft lip and cleft palate, bone graft and alveolus reconstruction. Role of orthodontic therapy in the management of craniofacial disorders. The role of dysmorphology and genetic counseling in craniofacial clinics. the genetics and pre-natal diagnosis of cleft lip and palate. Pathology of facial bones; Temporomandibular joint disorders. Nasal reconstruction, micro vascular surgery. Overview on child health therapy. (b) Clinical and Surgical Demonstration: Cranial bone grafts to the orbit and zygoma and zygomatic arch, temporalis muscle transfer. Maxillectomy with temporalis muscle flap. Repair of bilateral oro-occular cleft. Hypertelorism surgery and cranial bone graft to nose. Repair of unilateral cleft lip and palate. Correction of macrostomia and mandibular osteotomy. Frontal cranioplasty and bitemporal cranioplasty. Cranial bone graft to right and left alveolar cleft with repair of oronasal fistulas. Frontal and supraorbital advancement. Excision of encephalocoele and reconstruction with cranial bone graft. Le Fort I and mandibular ramus osteotomy. Frontal and orbital osteotomies with cranial bone graft, Laboratory Workshop: cadaver workshop, plating workshop, Microvascular surgery, workshop.12 - 14 OCTOBER 1993: Refresher course in Clinical Dentistry, Nairobi. Course Content: Examination, diagnosis and treatment planning. Periodontal treatment. Restorative dentistry and endodontics. Esthetic dentistry. Implantology.3 - 18 SEPTEMBER 1992: Facial Deformity: A Multi Disciplinary Team Approach, London. Course Content: Molecular approaches to studying craniofacial morphogenesis. social reaction to facial
11 disfigurement. Facial dysmorphophobia. Early psychological problems of craniosynostosis in maxillofacial surgery. Three dimensional imaging. 3D ultrasound imaging. X-ray stereometry in the study of craniofacial microsomia. Restorative dentistry for cleft lip and palate patients. A paeditricians role in cleft lip and palate management. Speech in the unoperated adult and adolescent patient. Speech aspects/velo-pharyngeal function. Ethical considerations in correcting facial deformity in children.6 - 7 SEPTEMBER 1990: Clinical Epidemiology Workshop, Nairobi. Course Content: Review of social sciences in clinical epidemiology, overview of clinical epidemiology. Hierarchy of research design. Clinical economics, biostatistics, critical appraisal.23 - 29 JULY 1989: Clinical Epidemiology Workshop, Mombasa. Course Content: Role of clinical epidemiology. History of clinical epidemiology, Functions of clinical epidemiology unit, Nairobi. Basic statistics.4 - 7 JANUARY 1989: Basic Research Methods for Surgeons. Course Content: Role of research, choice of project. Library technology and literature search. Study design, controls, standardization and data collection. Outcome criteria. Basic statistical analysis. Introduction to statistical analysis on microcomputers. animal experimentation: Relevant animal models, sources, cost and licensing. Cell and tissue culture - background. Basic laboratory analytical and separation procedures. Demonstrations of cell and tissue culture methodology. Analytical and separation procedures. Research funding. Clinical trials and ethics. Grant application. Clinical models in experimental investigations. Computers in research: statistics, graphics, work processing, database. Presenting results: writing papers, graphics. Presentation: posters, oral presentation.2 OCTOBER - 15 NOVEMBER 1988: Two week course in Teaching Techniques at Sheffield University. Course Content: PREPARATION: Content, overall course planning, sources, selection of material. THE FORM AND STYLE OF THE LECTURE: Order, language. LECTURE NOTES: Notes, timing, stage cancellation, discipline. PERFORMANCE: Audibility, diction,
12 speed of delivery, contact with the class, leadership role, interruptions, personal mannerisms, mistakes, feedback. AIDS TO LECTURING: General facilities, handouts, the backboard, slides, overhead projector, other visual aids. Lectures, demonstrations. TIME MANAGEMENT.CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ATTENDED: 1. The First joint congress of the East and Southern Africa and Kuwaiti Divisions: West African and Jordanian sections of the International Association for Dental Research, 26tth – 28th August 2004, Nairobi, Kenya. Paper Presented: J.F. Onyango; S. Noah: Pattern of cleft lip and palate seen in a Nairobi Hospital. 2. International Conference of Cleft lip and palate deformities. 14th June – 1st July 2001 Gothenburg. Sweden. 3. The 13th Scientific Congress of the East and southern Division of the International Association of Dental Research, 30 August – 2 September 2000, Harare, Zimbabwe. Paper Presented: A rational treatment of ameloblastoma 4. The 13th Scientific Congress of the East and Southern Division of the International Association for Dental Research, 3 – 5 November 1999, Kampala, Uganda. Paper presented: A two center discrepancy in histological diagnosis of salivary Gland tumours. 5. Interfaculty Programme Annual Conference, 14th - 17th August 1996, Machackos, Kenya. 6. Paper presented: Strategies for Prevention and Early Detection of Oral cancer in Kenya. 7. The Kenya Medical Associations and Societies and Kenya (M.A.S.K.) conference, 27 – 29 September 1994. 8. Paper presented: The Diagnosis and management of Oral and Perioral Lesions in HIV Disease 9. Operation Smile International, 1994 Physicians participant Training programme Seminar 27 May - 12 June 1994, Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A. Paper Presented: The Management of Ameloblastoma: A Protocol for Conservative Management at Kenyatta National Hospital. 10. Kenya Ear, Nose and Throat Society: 3rd Annual Scientific Conference, 25-26 March 1994, Nairobi, Kenya. Paper Presented: Ameloblastoma in Kenya: A Clinical Pathological Analysis of 176 Cases Treated at Kenyatta National Hospital. 11. 15th African Health Sciences Congress, 7-11 February, 1994, Nairobi, Kenya.
13 Papers Presented: (i) Oral Tumours and Tumour-like Conditions in Kenya I: Histological Distribution. (ii) Oral Tumours and Tumour Like Conditions in Kenya II: Age, Sex and Site Distribution.12. The 8th East and Southern Africa IADR conference, 10-13 November, 1993, Kampala, Uganda. Papers Presented: (i) Oral Tumours in Tanzania II - Age, Sex and Site Distribution. (ii) Unusual Tumour: Short Presentation. Description of a Giagantiform Malignant Melanoma of the Face.13. Scientific Congress of the Kenya Association of Clinical Pathologists, 16-18 September, 1993, Nairobi, Kenya. Paper Presented: Oral Cancer in Kenya: An up-date14. The 7th East and Southern African IADR Conference, 1992, Harare, Zimbabwe. Paper Presented: (i) Effect of Intracranial Volume on Cranial Base Growth in Mutant Hydrocephalic Mice. (iii) Salivary Gland Tumours in Kenya.15. The Biennial Conference of the Association of Pathologists of East and Southern Africa, 15-18 September 1992, Nairobi, Kenya. Paper Presented: Oral Tumours in Tanzania, Histological Distribution.16. 5th African Dental Research Conference, 27-30 November 1990, Nairobi, Kenya. Paper Presented: Review of Mandibular Reconstruction at Kenyatta National Hospital.17. Kenya Dental Association International Scientific Conference 5-6 October, 1989. Paper Presented: The Diagnosis and Management of oral Ulcers.18. 4th African Dental Research Conference, 17-22 September 1989, Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania. Paper Presented: Facial Growth Zone - Fact or Myth.19. International Conference on AIDS, April 1988, Barbican Center, London.20. Seventh Scientific Dental Seminar, 29 October - 3 November 1984.21. Paper Presented: "Anhydrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia"-.Case Report and Literature Review.22. International Primatological Society Xth Congress, 22-27 July 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.
14 23. Sixth Scientific Dental Seminar, 23-25 November 1983, Nairobi, Kenya. Paper Presented: The Pattern of Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate Disorders at Provincial General Hospital, Nyeri. 24. Fourth Scientific Dental Seminar, 26-31 October 1981, Nairobi, Kenya.WORKSHOPS 1 Workshop on the training of chief internal examiners. 13th – 14th KCCT Mbagathi, Nairobi, Kenya. 2. Workshop for the finalization of CHS promotion criteria document for academic members of staff. 17th – 19th March 2006, KCCT Mbagathi, Nairobi, Kenya. 3. Faculty of Dental Sciences Workshop on Review of Curriculum and Income Generating Programs: 26th – 29th May 2004, Lake Nakuru Lodge, Nakuru, Kenya 4. Ethical and Research Workshop by Kenyatta National Hospital, University of Nairobi and University of Washington. 24th - 26th May 2004, Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi, KenyaPUBLICATIONS:Book1. Onyango, J.F.: Title: Text book of Local Anaesthesia for Maxillofacial Region. Accepted for publication May 2005Thesis1. Onyango, J.F.: Title: "The Effect of Increased Intracranial Volume on the Craniofacial Growth and Development in Mutant (SUMS/NP) Hydrocephalus Mice” Submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree of Master of Science in Oral and maxillofacial surgery, University of London 1989.Peer reviewed journals1. Onyango J.F., Awange D.O. Njiru A., Macharia I.: The pattern of Head and Neck Cancers at Kenyatta National Hospital: A six year analysis. EAMJ 2006; 83: 288 - 91.2. Onyango, J.F., Macharia I.M.: Delays in diagnosis, Referral and management of Head and neck cancers presenting at Kenyatta National Hospital. EAMJ 2006; 83:85 – 91.3 Onyango, J.F., S. Noah: Pattern of clefts of the lip and palate managed over a three- year period at a Nairobi Hospital in Kenya. EAMJ 2005; 82: 649-651.4. Onyango JF Omondi, B.I., Njiru, A., Awange, D.O. Oral Cancer at Kenyatta National
15 Hospital, Nairobi. EAMJ, 2004; 81: 318-3215. Onyango, J.F., Njiru, A. Kaposi’s sarcoma in a Nairobi Hospital. EAMJ, 2004; 81: 120-123.6. Onyango, J.F,. Kayima, J.K, and Owen, W.O.: Rhocerebral Mucormycosis: A Case Report and Review of Literature. EAMJ, 2002.79:390-393.7. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O. and Wakiaga, J.M.: Ameloblastoma: A clinico pathological analysis of 176 cases, Afric. J. Oral Health Sci, 2001; 2:4 – 8.8. Onyango, J.F: Ameloblastoma: Where are we? Afric. J. Oral Health Sci. 2001; 2: 2.9. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O.: Ameloblastic Sarcoma of the Mandible: A case report, Afric J of Oral Health Sciences, 2000; 1:8. Onyango, J.F. and Mwangi W. N.: Medical Audit in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Division of Dental Surgery, Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi. The New Afric. Journal of medicine. 1997; 2; 26 – 28.9. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O. and Wakiaga, J.M.: Oral Tumours and Tumour like Conditions in Kenya; I: Histological Distribution, EAMJ, 1995, 72: 560 - 563,10. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O. and Wakiaga, J.M.: Oral Tumours and Tumour like Conditions in Kenya; II: Age, Sex and Site Distribution, EAMJ 1995; 72: 568 - 57611. Onyango, J.F. and Awange, D.O.: Primary malignant fibrous histiocytoma of the mandible: A case report, EAMJ, 1993; 70: 460-- -463.12. Awange, D.O. and Onyango, J.F.: Oral Verricous Carcinoma: Report of two cases and review of literature EAMJ 1993; 70, 316 -318.13.. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O., Muthamia, J.M., Muga, B.I.O.: Salivary Gland Tumours in Kenya EAMJ 1992; 69:525 -529.14. Onyango, J.F. (with others): Ossifying Fibroma of the Jaws: A case report and review of literature, EAMJ 1991; 68: 661 - 667.15. Onyango, J.F.: Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate and Oral Facial Defect Management: The need for Oro-facial cleft center in Kenya. Medicom. 1982; 4:16. Onyango, J.F.: Prabu S.R. Oral Cancer in Kenya. Medicom, 1980; 2: 87 -90.Non-peer reviewed journals16. Onyango, J.F.: Intractable facial pain: Current concepts of pathogenesis and
16 management. The Nairobi Hospital Proceedings: 2001; 5: 87-9017. Onyango, J.F.: Ankylosis of the Temporo-mandibular Joint: Aetiology, Diagnosis and Management. Medicus 1992; 11: 23-29.PAPERS IN PRESSPAPERS SUBMITED11. Onyango, J.F.: Repair of Acquired Lip Defects; EAMJ 2005 2. Onyango, J.F.: Demographic, treatment and outcome analysis of squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue treated at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi. EAMJ 2005PAPERS IN PREPARATION:1. Awange, D.O., Wakoli, K.A., Chindia, M.L., Onyango, J.F., and Dimba, E.: Localized Inflammatory Hyperplasia of the Oral Cavity: A Clinico-pathological Study of 222 Cases.2. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O., and Odhiambo, W.A.: Ewing’s Sarcoma of the Mandible: A Case Report.3. Odhiambo, W.A., Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O., and Omondi, B.I.: Radiographic Features of Ameloblastoma and their Correlation with Patient and Tumour Parameters.4. Onyango, J.F., Awange, D.O., Odhiambo, W.A. and Omondi, B.I.: Ameloblastic Carcinoma: Report of 4 cases.5. Osundwa, T.M. and Onyango, J.F.: Pattern of Occurrence of Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Deformities among Kenyans presenting for Treatment at selected Hospitals.6. Onyango, J.F.: Gunshot Injuries in the Maxillofacial Region.REGIONAL ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1. 2003-2005: External examiner; Department of Oral Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Muhimbili Medical college, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. 2. 1994-1996: External examiner, Department of Oral Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Muhimbili Medical College, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION:1. 1978 to date: Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board.PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:
171. 1978 to date: Kenya Dental Association2. 1989 to date: Kenya Medical Association3. 1989 to date: Member of the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons4. 1989 to date: Fellow of the Faculty of dental Surgeons of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.NON ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES:1989 - TO DATE: Member of the technical committee of the "OPERATION SMILE, KENYA". RESPONSIBILITY: Organize material resources and volunteer medical staff to provide free surgical treatment for cleft lip and cleft palate abnormalities. The Operation Smile, Kenya is a humanitarian organization geared towards alleviating the suffering of physically deformed children (and bring smiles to their faces). It is affiliated to OPERATION SMILE INTERNATIONAL, based in the USA. It has so far benefited over 800 children in Kenya.1983 - TO DATE: Volunteer with the surgical team of the "Operation Smile, Kenya" programme.1983 - TO DATE: Volunteer with community services of the Kenya Dental Association annual Dental Health Action Month.NON PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:1. 1989 to Date: Member of the Kenya Hospital Association.HOBBIES:- Swimming- Painting- SquashREFERENCES1. Professor Nimrod Bwibo Department of Paediatrics and Child Health Faculty of Medicine P.O. Box 19676,
18 Nairobi2. Professor Jamila Hassanali. Department of Human Anatomy Faculty of Medicine College of Health Sciences P.O.Box 19676 Nairobi3. Professor Peter A. Odhiambo, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, College of Health Sciences, P.O. Box 19676, Nairobi.