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100 Companies Where A Physiologist Can Work In Nigeria?

Physiologists in Nigeria generally monitor the vital signs of patients during exercise or cardiopulmonary diagnostic testing, record observations, and deliver those findings to authorized medical personnel.

They also operate and maintain medical devices and instruments used to perform medical tests, teach courses on anatomy, physiology, or other medical-related courses at an undergraduate or graduate level.

Conduct pharmaceutical research and experiments and deliver the results to physicians, supervise and monitor the progress of patients or research study participants. Some of the companies a physiologist can work in Nigeria include:

Where Can A Physiologist Work In Nigeria?

100 Companies Where A Physiologists Can Work In Nigeria are

  • The Nigerian armed forces
  • Nigeria RedCross
  • The federal ministry of health
  • Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN)
  • Agricultural Rural Management Training Institute (ARMTI), Ilorin
  • Animal Health Research Institutes
  • Animal Production, Fisheries and Oceanography Research Institutes
  • Arable Crops Research Institutes
  • Center for Energy Research and Development
  • Centre for Energy Research and Training
  • Centre for Management Development
  • Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria, Ibadan
  • Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN)
  • Federal College of Freshwater Fisheries Technology, New Bussa
  • Federal Institute of Industrial Research (FIIRO), Oshodi, Lagos
  • Federal Ministry of Agriculture
  • Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (FMST)
  • Federal Ministry of Water Resources
  • Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN), Ibadan
  • Forestry, Horticulture and Tree Crops Research Institutes
  • Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute (NSPRI)
  • Projects Development Institute (PRODA)
  • Raw Materials Research and Development Council (RMRDC)
  • Research Institutes organisations in Nigeria
  • Rubber Research Institute of Nigeria (RRIN)
  • Scientific Equipment Development Institute (SEDI-E)
  • Sheda Science and Technology Complex
  • Social Sciences Academy of Nigeria
  • Sokoto Energy Research Centre (SERC
  • The Nigerian Institute of Medical Research
  • Unilorin Sugar Research Institute (USRI)
  • Nigeria Institute of Science Laboratory (NISLT)
  • Nigerian Academy of Science
  • Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NBRRI)
  • Nigerian Educational Research Council
  • Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research (NIOMR)
  • Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR)
  • Nigerian Institute for Trypanosomiasis Research (NITR)
  • Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology
  • Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR)
  • Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research
  • National Horticultural Research Institute (NIHORT)
  • National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD)
  • National Institute of Freshwater Fisheries Research, New Bussa
  • National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD)
  • National Research Institute for Chemical Technology (NARICT)
  • National Root Crops Research Institute
  • National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA)
  • National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI)
  • National Agricultural Extension Research and Liaison Services (AERLS)
  • National Animal Production Research Institute, Zaria
  • National Center for Agricultural Mechanization
  • National Center for Energy Research and Development
  • National Center for Technology Management
  • National Centre for Genetic Resources and Biotechnology (NACGRAB)
  • National Centre for Technology Management
  • National Cereals Research Institute (NCRI)
  • Institute of Human Virology
  • Institute of Operations Research of Nigeria (INFORN)
  • International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
  • International Livestock Research Institute
  • Lake Chad Research Institute (LCRI)
  • Medical Research Institutes in Nigeria‎
  • National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
  • National Agency for Science & Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI), Abuja
  • National Agricultural Extension Research and Liaison Services (AERLS)
  • Forestry, Horticulture and Tree Crops Research Institutes
  • Institute for Advanced Medical Research and Training
  • Institute for Agricultural Research (IAR)
  • Institute of Agricultural Research & Extension Services, ABU, Zaria
  • Institute of Agricultural Research & Training, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ibadan
  • Institute of Archaeology and Museum Studies
  • Institute of Chartered Chemists of Nigeria (ICCON)
  • Institute of Child Health
  • World Health Organization (WHO)
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)
  • Bridge Gap Consults Limited
  • Carrot Top Drugs Limited
  • Farmyad Enterprises
  • Edo State College of Nursing Sciences
  • Excel Charis Pharmaceutical Chemical Limited
  • Rhema University, Nigeria
  • Benson Idahosa University
  • Fusion Group Nigeria Limited
  • Toki Medical Center
  • The University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH)
  • The Federal Medical Center, Owerri
  • The Specialist Laboratories Limited
  • Medigold Electro Medical Equipment Company
  • Lagos Executive Cardiovascular Clinic (LECC)
  • Sylken Nigeria Limited
  • Damien Foundation, Belgium (DFB)
  • R-Jolad Hospital
  • Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro
  • Berith Specialist Hospital
  • Brightfield Medical Diagnostics
  • Reliance Family Clinics
  • Isa Mustapha Agwai I Polytechnic, Lafia
  • Cedarcrest Hospitals Limited

Branches of Physiology In Nigeria

There are five major branches of physiology where a physiologist can specialize in, and they are:

  • Medical physiology
  • Animal physiology
  • Plant physiology
  • Comparative physiology
  • Cell physiology

1. Medical physiology

This is a field of science in which priority is given to the study of the various systems of the body. Every part of the body from the tiniest cell to the largest organ is carefully analyzed and monitored.

2. Animal physiology

This is the scientific study of the properties, functions, and processes of animals and their parts. Animal physiology covers processes such as homeostasis, blood flow, and hormonal balance.

3. Plant physiology

This field studies all the internal activities of plants. The activities include chemical and physical processes associated with plants and their continuous interaction with the atmosphere.

4. Cell physiology

Cell physiology is the study of the activities that take place in a cell, from digestion to reproduction. This study aims to explain their body functions and structure.

5. Comparative physiology

It is a sub-discipline of physiology that studies the different functional characteristics of various kinds of organisms. The aim is to understand the reasons for cell division and evolution and the environmental factors responsible.

What Does A Physiologist Do?

Have you ever wondered how you know the name of the kind of fever you have or the type of medication to use? Well, science and physiologists made it possible.

Physiologists are generally responsible for investigating human diseases, developing instruments & equipment for medical applications, carrying out medical sample analysis, conducting research, writing proposals for medical research, and working with health departments or physicians on ways to improve the health of both the young and old.

How Many Years Does It Take To Study Physiology In Nigeria?

In Nigeria, admission via UTME will earn a study period of 6 years, while a direct entry admission will earn a study period of 5 years in the university.

How Much Are Physiologists Paid In Nigeria?

The job title of a  physiologist is numerous as they can work in almost every business and production sector in Nigeria. Some of the job titles are:

  • Biomedical scientist
  • Clinical scientist
  • Audiologist
  • Exercise physiologist
  • Medical research scientist
  • Clinical scientist
  • Cardiac scientist
  • Medical sales representative
  • Physiotherapist
  • kinesiologist
  • Endocrinologists
  • Immunologists

A person working as an exercise physiologist in Nigeria will earn about  650,000 Naira per month. While a clinical scientist will earn a monthly salary of  300,000 Naira.

An endocrinologist is one of the highest-paid in the industry, and they typically earn about  1,000,000 naira per month, while an immunologist will earn between 800,000 and 900,000 naira per month.

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That’s all the list of companies where a physiologist can work in Nigeria.