Ogi Okwumabua is a Professor of Clinical Diagnostics. He is involved in teaching and research in veterinary bacteriology. His research encompasses Recombinant subunit and modified live vaccine; diagnostic reagent development; characterization and molecular subtyping of bacteria of medical importance; molecular mechanism of microbial pathogenesis; evolution and dissemination of drug resistance among bacterial pathogens. His job includes supervision of the diagnostic bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, bacterial disease serology and part of diagnostic molecular microbiology laboratories that provide services to veterinary medical practioners, college and university researchers and valuable case material for teaching veterinary medical and graduate students. He also consults with clinicians, students, private practitioners, and researchers in development of new tests, maintenance of quality control and interpretation of diagnostic test results.