Madonna University, Elele Campus

Dr. Roseline Sunday Osaat

P.hD., Anatomy



  • Ph.D. (Anatomy) 2019
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) 2015
  • M.Sc. (Anatomy) 2014
  • B.Sc. (Anatomy) 2008
  • National Examination Council (NECO, 2002) 2002
  • First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) 1995


  • Academic adviser for year four students, Madonna University, Elele 2021
  • Departmental examination officer, Madonna University, Elele. 2019 till date
  • Academic Adviser for first-year students, Madonna University, Elele 2018 till date
  • Member of Laboratory Equipment Evaluation and Research Committee, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, Madonna University, Elele campus 2016 till date
  • Assistant lecturer in Madonna University, Nigeria, Elele Campus 2016 till date
  • Member of Society of Experimental and Clinical Anatomists of Nigeria (SECAN) Member of Anatomical Society of Nigeria (ASN)

Current Position

Assistant Lecturer, Elele Campus.

Professional Education

  • B.Sc., Anatomy, University of Port Harcourt, 2008
  • M.Sc., Anatomy, University of Port Harcourt, 2014
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)., National Teachers' Institute, 2015
  • P.hD., Anatomy, University of Port Harcourt, 2019

Time at the University

  • 2016-2021: Assistant Lecturer; Madonna University, Nigeria
  • 2018-2020: Departmental Academic Adviser for year one students, Madonna University Nigeria
  • 2019-2021: Departmental Examination Officer; Madonna University, Nigeria
  • 2021; Departmental Academic Adviser for 400L Students

Courses Taught

  • ANT 431 Biometry and Human Growth
  • ANT 334 Advanced Topics in Embryology
  • ANT 216 Histology of Basic Tissues for MLS students
  • ANT 212 Gross Anatomy of Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis and Perineum
  • ANT 231 General Embryology



A Comparative Study of Dermatoglyphic Patterns of Autistic and Down syndrome Subjects of Nigeria (Ph.D. Thesis, 2019)

The study compares the dermatoglyphic patterns of autistic and Down’s syndrome subjects in Nigeria. The results revealed significant difference between dermatoglyphics of Down’s syndrome and autism on all the parameters studied. Therefore the study recommends dermatoglyphics as a diagnostic tool in the early screening of Down’s syndrome and autistic patients in Nigeria.

Palmar and Plantar Dermatoglyphics in Autism: A study of Nigerian Subjects. (M.Sc. Dissertation, 2014)

The research was carried out to evaluate the palmar and plantar dermatoglyphic patterns in Nigerian autistic subjects. From the study, it was found out that the palmar dermatoglyphics showed significant difference between the male and female autistic subjects while the plantar dermatoglyphics did not show any significant difference. therefore the study has shown that dermatoglyphics of the palm can be helpful in the diagnosis of autistic subjects in Nigeria.

Body Mass Index of Indigenous Andoni People of Rivers State.(Undergraduate Project, 2008)

This research was carried out to determine the Body Mass Index of Indigenous Andoni people of Rivers State. The female tends to be obesed and overweight when compared to the their male counterpart. While the males are of normal weight than the females..

Professional Affiliations

  • Society of Experimenal and Clinical Anatomist of Nigeria (SECAN)
  • Anatomical Society of Nigeria (ASN)