Dr. Olukemi A. Wallace obtained an M.B.B.S degree in 1985. Upon graduation she became an intern at the University College Hospital, Ibadan until 1986. Dr Wallace continued her internship / residency at the Howard University Hospital Washington D.C
She became an associate professor at Martin Luther King- Drew University. In medical practice over 25 years, Dr. Olukemi Wallace is a member of AMA, ACP and ASH medical associations.
Currently Dr. Wallace runs a private oncology clinic in Lawndate
College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Fellow, Department of Hematology University of Southern California, L.A., CA
Fellow, Department of Medical Oncology and Therapeutics Research City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, CA
Resident in Internal Medicine, Howard University Hospital Washington, D.C.
Intern, Rotating, University College Hospital Ibadan, Nigeria
M.B., B.S (equivalent to M.D.)
Factors causing delay in seeking medical care in a rural community (Published in the University of Ibadan Medical Journal in April, 1984)
Malnutrition and associated increased acute exacerbation of central nervous system involvement and mortality in Burkitis Lymphoma (Published in the University of Ibadan Medical Journal in May, 1985)