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PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS: 5, Oke Ajana Street, Owo.
PRESENT ADDRESS: Department of Biochemistry, The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria. Tel. 08033601166.
NATIONALITY AT BIRTH: Nigerian
PRESENT NATIONALITY: Nigerian
MARITAL STATUS: Married
NEXT OF KIN: MRS. OLUSOLA AYOTUNDE OLAWOYE, J.P ,
SRN, Dip.Nursing.Education (Dundee) MBA.,
CHILDREN: FIVE (5) and 4 GRANDCHILDREN
i. Mrs Olateju Oyegoke (34) B.Sc.(Hons) London, PGCE .
2. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
(i). Imade College, Owo (1961-1965)
(ii). Napier University (then College of Science and Technology, Edinburgh, Scotland. U.K. (1971-1974) (HNC Biochemistry and Microbiology)
(iii). University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, U.K. (1976-1978)
(iv). College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (1981-1986)
3. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS:
(i). Associate Member of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences, London (1972).
(ii). Fellow of the Institute of Biochemical Sciences, London (1974)
(iii). Certificate in the use of Radioisotopes: Course Organized by the Department of Nuclear Physics, University of St. Andrews U.K. (1977).
(iv). Certificate in Radioimmunoassay Techniques: Certificate in Radioimmunoassay Techniques: Course Organized by the Reproductive Biomedicine Unit. College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (1983).
4. HONOURS, AWARDS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:
• Research Team Leader, 1.2 million Naira, Senate RESEARCH Grant No:(URC/MAJOR/2006/168) winning research proposal on Antiretroviral Drug response in HIV/ AIDS infected Nigerians (2006)
• Member, Governing Council, Achievers University, Owo. Ondo State
(i) General Editor, Bioscience Research Communications (Journals) (published by the Nigerian Society for Experimental Biology ,[ NISEB.] 2002-2006)
(ii) Pioneer-Editor- in-Chief, Journal of Research in Science and Management, JRSM(published by the School of Sciences, FUTA).
(iii) Consulting Editor, Biokemistri, and NISEB Letters (Journals).
(iv) Member of the 1995 Accreditation Panel, set up by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to accredit Biochemistry Programmes in some Nigerian Universities.
(v) Member on the 1995 National Universities Commission Review Panel of the Curriculum of the Students Industrial Work Experience Programme (SIWES).
(vi) Elected Member of Council, Science Association of Nigeria (SAN) (representing Biochemistry, 1993-1995), (1995-1997).
(vii) Member of Council and Financial Secretary, Nigerian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
(viii) Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, Bioscience Research Communications (Journals).
(ix) External Examiner (M.Sc. Degree) 1991/92, Ph.D. 1999, Department of Biochemistry, University of Ilorin.
(x) Associate Lecturer, Ondo State University, Ado Ekiti, (1989-1990).
(xi) Reviewers Award, Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology, Makurdi.
(xii) Member of Educational Advisory Group, Ondo State Ministry of Education.
(xiii) Project Consultant, Benin – Owena River Basin Development Agency. FUTA.
(xiv) Patron, OLGASU (Owo/ Ose Local Government Area Students Union, FUTA Branch).
5. PROFESSIONAL / ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:
(ii). Biomedical Scientist, Central Microbiological Laboratories, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh (1973).
(iii). Biomedical Scientist, Wellcome Virus Research Laboratories, Edinburgh (1974).
(iv). Chief Lecturer, School of Medical Laboratory Sciences, University College Hospital, Ibadan. (1979-1987).
(v). Lecturer I, Department of Biochemistry, Federal University of Technology, Akure (1987-1990).
(vi). Senior Lecturer, Department of Biochemistry, Federal University of Technology, Akure (1990-1994).
(vii). Associate Professor of Biochemistry, (1994 – 1997 Sept.).
(viii). Professor of Biochemistry, (1997 – Present).
6. POLITICAL APPOINTMENT & PUBLIC SERVICE:
(i) Full-time Chairman, ONDO STATE BOARD of, The Family Economic Advancement Programme, FEAP, The Presidency, Abuja. c/o Office of the Military Governor, Akure. (1997 - 1999 ).
(ii) Academic Member, Ondo State Govt. Visitation Panel on the Management and Curriculum of the Ondo State Polytechnic , Owo. (March –Sept ,2001)
(iii) National PRESIDENT, Imade College, Owo Old Students Association
(iv) Member, (CWC) Community Advisory Committee to HRM Olowo of Owo.
7. ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:
(i) Vice- Principal / Ag. Principal, School of Medical Laboratory Sciences, University College Hospital, Ibadan. (1985-1987)
(ii) Departmental Coordinator, Seminar/Tutorial in Cellular Immune Mechanisms Part II Medical Students, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K. (Nov 1991 – August,1992).
(iii) Ag. HOD Biochemistry, FUTA (1989-1991), (1992-1994), and (1996-1997)
8. UNIVERSITY SERVICE RENDERED:
Member, University Governing Council , FUTA (2000-2004)
(i). M. Sc. Degrees Awarded:
(a). Department of Biochemistry, UNILORIN, 1992.
(ii). Ph. D Degrees Awarded:
(a). Omobola A. OGUNDAHUNSI – Effect of Maternal Dietary Supplementary on Lactational Amenorrea and Nutritional Status of their Infants. Department of Human Nutrition. University of Ibadan. (Ph.D 1998).
(b). Ezekiel A. AKINTUNDE – Biochemical Alteration on the Erythrocyte and extra erythrocytic environment of Plasmodium falciparum infected children. Department of Biochemistry, UNILORIN. (Ph.D 1999).
(c) Polycarp N. OKAFOR, Department of Biochemistry, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria. (Ph.D 2004.)
PROFESSORSHIP PAPERS ASSESSED
EXTERNAL MODERATOR / EXAMINER TO DEGREE EXAMINATIONS
University of Ado Ekiti B,Sc Exams (Biochemistry) [ 2005-2007]
Adekunle Ajasin University,B,Sc Degree Exams Akungba- Akoko[ 2007-
10. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:
(i) Vice President, Nigerian Society for Experimental Biology 2002- present
(ii). Fellow of the British Institute of Biomedical Sciences (London).
(iii) Member of the Nigerian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
(iv). Member of the Science Association of Nigeria.
(v). Member of the Biotechnology Society of Nigeria.
(vi). Member of the Sickle Cell Club of Nigeria (FESCON).
11. PUBLIC LECTURE:
• The 20th Inaugural Lecture of the Federal University of Technology, Akure and First Nigerian University Lecture of the Millennium, held at the Theodore Idibiye Francis Auditorium, FUTA on the 18th January 2000, titled “THE SICKLE CELL WALL AS A WALL OF JERICHO”.
12. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:
(1). Olawoye T.L. (1979) “The Human Erythrocyte” A re-appraisal of structure. Concepts about physiology and function. Nig. J. Lab. Tech. 4: 16 – 22.
(2). Hunter, M.I.S. Olawoye T.L. and Saynor D.A. (1981). The Effects of temperature on the growth and membrane Lipid composition of the extremely halophilic coccus – Sarcina – marina. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Journal of Serology and Microbiology 47:25 – 40.
(3). Olawoye T.L. (1988) Changes in Proteins of ATP-Depleted sickle-cell membranes. Nig. J. Appl. Sci. 6; (2) 97 – 101.
(4). Olawoye T.L., Dada O.A. and Ogunmola G.B. (1989) Erythrocyte membrane Ca2+ ATPase: Stimulation of sickle cell enzyme activity by some steroid hormones, Med. Sci. Res.(U.K.) 17: 29-30.
(5). Olawoye T.O. and Dada O.A. (1989). The effects of thyroid hormones on the membrane Adenylate Cyclase activity in sickle red blood cells in vitro. Italian J. Biochem. 38(5) 324-329.
(6). Olawoye T.L. and Dada O.A. (1989). In Vitro antisickling effects of thyroid hormones and some synthetic analogues. Nig. J. Physiol. Sci. 5(2) 133-135.
(7). Olawoye T.O. (1989) Erythrocyte Membrane Ca2+ ATPase Reactivities of Human A, AS and S Erythrocytes with Steroid hormones. Biochem. Med. & Metab. Biol. (USA) 42: 179-184.
(8). Olawoye T.L. (1989) Reduced stimulation of sickle cell Membrane Adenylate Cyclase by sodium fluoride. Nig. J. Appl. Sci. Vol. 7 (1&2) 23-27.
(9). Otiko G., Adewoye L.O. and Olawoye T.L. (1991). Quantitative estimation of Sulphydryl Groups on the surface of Normal and Sickled Erythrocytes. Biosc. Res. Comm. Vol. 3 (2), 237-241.
(10). Olawoye T.L. Minnikin D.E. and Christie W.W. (1993). HPLC Separation of Tertbutyl- dimethylsilyl (TBDMS) ether homologues of Mycolic Acids using a silver impregnated normal phase column. Biokemistri: Vol. 3(2) 103-108.
(11). Olawoye T.L. (1994). Effect of 0.1% Anthranilo-nitrile on the polar lipids in a strain of ‘rhodochrous’ complex. Biokemistri: Vol. 4(2) page 117-120.
(12). Olawoye T.L. (1994) Biochemical approaches to the therapy of Sickle Cell Disease. Biokemistri: Vol. 4(2) pages 83-85.
(13). Olawoye T.O. (1995) The absence of variation in the membrane Ca2+ ATPase activity of density-fractioned sickle cells. Biomed. Lett: (Camb) 51: 31-34
(14). Olawoye T.O. (1995) Bimorphic interaction of chloroquine sulphate with sickle cell plasma membranes in vitro. Biomed. Lett: (Camb) 52:253-257.
(15). Olawoye T.O. and Adeniran, M.K. (1998) Bilirubinaemia and erythrocyte 3’5’ adenylic acid activity: Journ. Sci, Eng. & Techn.: Vol. 5 No 2
(16) Adewoye L.O. and Olawoye T.L. and Kade I.J. (2002) Distribution of the
(17) Kade, I.J., Kotila, O.O., Ayeleso, A.O. Olaleye, A.A. and Olawoye , T.L.
(18) Kade, I. J. , Kolawole, A.O., Ajele, J.O. and Olawoye, T.L. (2003) Inhibition of
(19) Olajuyigbe, F.M., Ajele, J. O., and Olawoye, T.L. (2003) Some
(20.) Kade, I.J. , Kolawole , A.O., Ajele, J.O. and Olawoye, T.L. (2003) Effects of
(21) Adedeji, A.L, Olawoye, T.L. and Osotimehin, B.O. (2004) Electrophoretic
(22) Olabinri, B.M. Olawoye, T.L.,Olaleye, M.T.,Ajani, R.A.and Olorunisola, O.S.
Proceedings at Conferences and Scientific Meeetings
(23) Olawoye T.L. (1989) Hormones and Sickle cell Biochemistry. Proceedings at
(24) Kade, I.J., Olaleye, A.A. and Olawoye, T.L. (2003) Bryophyllum pinnatum
(25) Kade, I.J. , Aidamenbor, J. E. Oseni, A.O. and Olawoye, T.L. (2003)
(26) Olawoye,T.L. and Adedeji, A.L.(2005) Role of Technological Institutions in
2. Olawoye, T.L., Kade, I.J. , Kotila, O.O. , Ayeleso, A.O. and Olaleye, A.A.
3. Olawoye T.L. and Olaniyi J.A.(1989) Preparation of Glucose-1-Phosphate from various Carbohydrate Sources. Bull. Sci. Assoc.:19(1) 13.
Olawoye, T.L. and Kade I.J. Membrane Lipid Dynamics in the interaction of Sickle cells with Pharm\acologic agents. (Biokemistri )
Kade, I.J. and Olawoye ,T.L. Inhbition and Reversion of Sickling by two Medicinal plants: Alchornea laxifolia and Exasperatus ficus
(i). Commonwealth Visiting Fellow to the Departments of Organic Chemistry and Microbiology. The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne. NE 1 7RU, England. August 1991 – July 1992.
i. Fully – accredited Lay – Preacher of the Methodist Church Nigeria.
Professor R.A.Ogunsusi, DVM, Ph.D
Professor O.C. Ademosun, Ph.D FNSE