Dr. Adeleye S. BAKAREY

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Name: Dr. Adeleye S. Bakarey


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 Department:Biomedical Laboratory Science

 Designation: Senior Lecturer

 Brief Biography:



Ia. Name    Adeleye Solomon Bakarey

b. Date of Birth  04 January 1964

c. DepartmentInstitute for Advanced Medical Research and Training (IAMRAT)

d. FacultyNot Applicable

IIa.First Academic Appointment:Research Fellow II (27 November 2012)

b. Present Post:Research Fellow I (15December 2014)                                                                           

c.Date of Last Promotion:                   15 December 2014

d. Date Last Considered: Not Applicable

IIIUniversity Education (with dates and granting bodies)

University of Ibadan, Ibadan                           1986 – 1994

         University of Ibadan, Ibadan                           1999 – 2002

         University of Ibadan, Ibadan                           2002 – 2014

IVAcademic Qualifications

University of Ibadan, Ibadan                     DVM (Veterinary Medicine& Surgery)1994

University of Ibadan, Ibadan                     MSc (Virology)2002

University of Ibadan, Ibadan                     PhD (Virology) 2014

V Professional Qualifications and Diplomas (with dates)

       a.Doctor of Veterinary Medicine & Veterinary Medical Council of Nigeria Certificate 1994

VI Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants and Prizes (with dates in respect of Undergraduate and Postgraduate work only

1.         First Prize Winner–Veterinary Surgeon Magazine Essay writing Competition award 1990

2.         Vet News Magazine Best Writer of the year award                           1992

3.         Most humble and well-dressed Veterinary Medico of the year award                        1993

4.         Travel award to 3rd International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference 2006 Toronto, Canada August 11th-19th 2006.

5.         Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia ‘Challenges in Global Vaccine Development’ Cape Town, South Africa 8th-13th October, 2007.

6.         Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia ‘HIV Vaccine, Prospect and Development’ Banff Alberta, Canada 27th-1st April 2008.

7.         Travel award, Microbicides 2008 Conference New Delhi, India 24th  to 27th February 2008.

8.         Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia ‘Pathogenesis and drug resistance and emerging infectious diseases’ Thailand, Bangkok 22nd -27th October 2008.

9.         Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia ‘HIV Immunobiology: from infection to immune control’ Colorado, USA 22nd -27th March, 2009.

10.       Travel grant award, 5th International AIDS Society (IAS) conference 2009 Cape Town South Africa July, 19th to 22nd 2009.

11.       Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia ‘HIV Biology and Pathogenesis’ New Mexico, USA 12th -17th January 2010.

12.       Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia ‘Drug Resistance and Persistence in Tuberculosis’, Uganda 12th -18th May 2012.

13.       Travel grant award, National Foundation for Infectious Diseases scholarship recipient for the 15th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research scheduled for May 6-9, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

14.       Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia on ‘Advancing Vaccines in the Genomics Era’, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 27th Oct -1st Nov 2013.

15.       Global Health Travel Award, Keystone Symposia on ‘New Approaches to Vaccines for Human and Veterinary Tropical Diseases’, to be held at the Southern Sun Cape Sun, Cape Town, , South Africa on May 22 - May 26, 2016

16.       Alexander Von Humboldt (AVH) grant short stay Postdoctoral training on ‘Multiple testing of Pathogens, University of Goerttigen, Germany, 2016.

18.       Travel grant award, IUIS-FAIS-ImmunoGambia 2016 Scholarship: West Africa regional School on Immunology of Infectious diseases’, held at MRC Unit Banjul, The Gambia on Nov 19 - 26, 2016.

19.       Travel grantaward, EDCTP Forum, Lisbon, Portugal 2018.

20. HHMI 11thBioinformatics workshop/training, held in Maryland, USA Dec 8-15th, 2018

VIIHonours, Distinctions and Membership of Learned Societies

1. Member, International AIDS Society (IAS)

        2. Member, America Society of Microbiology (ASM)

        3. Member, International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID)

4. Member, World Society of Virology (WSV)

VIIIDetails of Teaching/Work Experience

(a)        2016 todate           Lecturer  in the Biomedical Laboratory Science

            2011 to date   Tutor,General Studies (GSP/GES Program)

(b)        Undergraduate Teaching:

(i)         Teaching of GES 107 titled ‘Reproductive Health and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus’ for the undergraduate students in following categories: 100 and 200 levels MBBS, BDS in College of Medicine, Pharmacy, Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences and Engineering students in Faculty of Technology, University of Ibadan

(ii)        I teach the following courses in the Department of Biomedical Laboratory Science from 2014/2015 academic session till date:

Teaching of MLS 301 (Introduction to Medical Laboratory Science)

MLS 302 (Medical Laboratory Science Ethics)

MLS 303 (Laboratory Management and Organization)

MMP 301 (General Microbiology-Virology)

HAE 502 (Haematological techniques),

MLS 503 (Seminar)in the Department of Medical Laboratory Science:2014/2015 till date.

 (iii)      Supervision of Undergraduate research projects forBMLS 500 level students specializing in Haematology (2016/2017 session to date).

(vi)       I have also given lectures and marking of HND students’ examination (Virology STM 326) in the Department of Biology, The Polytechnic, Ibadan (2013/2014).

(b) Postgraduate Teaching:

(i)         I give lectures to the following categories of Postgraduate students and demonstrated Practical session in Molecular Biology Techniques in Pathology (CPY 703): MSc, MPhil and MPhil/PhD students in the Department of Chemical Pathology, University of Ibadan (2012/2013 to date).

(ii)        Currently co-supervising 2 Postgraduate students in the Departments of Microbiology and Medical Laboratory Sciences, Federal University of Agriculture (FUUNAB), Abeokuta and University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria

(c)        Administrative Responsibilities/Experience

            July –2018 Senate representative to the Congregation (2018-2020)

            2018 to date           Representative of IAMRAT Director to UIRESDEV Committee

            2018 to date           Member, College Ceremonial Committee (2018 to date)

July –2016  Member, College Academic Board (2016-2020)

2015 to date           Exam Officer/Coursecoordinator, Dept of Biomedical Lab Science

2015 to date           Representative of IAMRAT Director to ICT Committee

2013 to date           Reviewer for UI/UCH Ethics Review Committee



(a)        Completed

(i)        Investigation of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type-I infection among children in southwest Nigeria Nov, 2000 to Nov 2002.

(ii)        Incidence and burden of Hepatitis C virus infection among selected occupational groups in a semi-urban centre in southwest Nigeria.

(iii)       Pattern of Hepatitis B Virus Serological Markers in Asymptomatic Residents of Awuda Community in Nnobi, southeastern Nigeria.

(iv)      Hepatitis B virus infection Among Sexually Active Individuals in Nigeriasubmitted to carried out from April 2015 to August, 2016.

(v)        Hepatitis B virus infection among asymptomatic residents of low income community in Ibadan, southwest Nigeria.

(vi)       Evaluation of performance testing of different rapid diagnostic kits in comparison with EIAs to validate detection of Hepatitis B virus among high risk group in Nigeria carried out from April 2010 to July, 2011.

 (b)       In Progress

(i)         This study aims to investigate HBV, HCV, HDV and HIV monoinfection and co-morbidities among selected population groups in southwestern Nigeria. This study is ongoing for sample collection and some serological components have yielded two publications while the molecular analysis is yet to be concluded.

(ii)        Epidemiology and molecular characterization of some viruses implicated in maternal and infant morbidity in southwest Nigeria: It is hoped to attract a support for the concluding part of the study. This is also an ongoing research and it is at the preliminary stage in which we are investigating Hepatitis viruses (HAV, Rubella etc) of public health importance among selected population in southwest Nigeria.

(iii)          This study targets the detection and genotyping of Hepatitis E Virus in Pigs and human in southwestern Nigeria with a view at investigating the roles of this pathogen in infertility, economic loss in animals and the implication of public health importance.

(iv)         Surveillance and Monitoring and Molecular Characterization of Filoviruses (Ebola, Maburg), Arenavirus (Lassa) and other Haemorrhagic viruses in Southwestern Nigeriaaims at providing epidemiological data on the current circulation of these pathogens and advise the health stakeholders on possible control measures and strategies. Two papershave been published on Ebola and Lassa from this study while the molecular component of the work is still ongoing.

(v)        Pattern of serological markers of Hepatitis B virus among pregnant women in Ibadan, southwest Nigeria: This study was also carried out to investigate HBV markers (HBsAg/Ab, HBcAb, HBeAg/Ab and HBVDNA) of infection among pregnant women attending ante-natal clinic at the University College Hospital Ibadan in order to look at the possibility of vertical transmission of HBV from mother to child and also to guide against early infection which result in chronicity due to long period of the circulation of the virus in the unborn child from birth till grown up stages. Similar studies have also been conducted among the general population in Ibadan.

(vi)         Multiple testing of Pathogens to support the elimination of Malaria Parasites in Nigeria in collaboration with DrAbd El Waheed of the Division of Microbiology and Animal Hygiene, Department of Animal Sciences, Goerttigen, Germany (AVH Foundation Fellowship). This research is still ongoing, having concluded the training components of the work for capacity development. A paper has been published from this grant and the next phase of the study is ongoing.

(vii)        Detection and Molecular Characterization of Enteroviruses and Coxsakieviruses among school children in southwest Nigeria in collaboration with Department of Microbiology, FUNAAB. A postgraduate dissertation has been written and defended by a student from this research. Further investigations into the molecular characterization of the pathogens including the expansion of the work are ongoing.

(viii)       This study is investigating the Epidemiology and Molecular Characterization of HDV among HBV monoinfected and HIV comorbidity in Abuja Nigeria in collaboration with Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences, UNN, Nsukka. A PhD student is benefitting from this research with sample collection and laboratory analysis reaching the peak.

(ix)         Molecular Epidemiology of Hepatitis D virus among HBsAg Carriers in Selected Health Facilities in Nigeria. This is a collaborative work between three institutions and a research laboratory in France which covers the southwest, Northeast and the southeastern Nigeria. The proposal for this study has been submitted to the UI/UCH IRB for approval. The preliminary parts of the study are ongoing.

(x)          Investigation of pathogens implications in diarrhea among HIV positive patents attending ARV clinics in some selected healthcare facilities in southwest Nigeria. This is a collaborative work between IAMRAT and the Department of Microbiology, University of Ibadan/Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. The approval of the proposal for this study has been obtained from the UI/UCH IRB and the study has since commenced.

(xi)       Investigation of Mother-to-child transmission of HIV in pregnancy and among HIV-exposed infants accessing care at a PMTCT clinic in southwest Nigeria. This is a follow-up ongoing study carried out in Ibadan in selected PMTCT clinics among HIV positive pregnant women in order to proffer appropriate intervention.

(c)        Project, Dissertation and Thesis

1.   Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type-I infection among children in Southwestern Nigeria: (MSc Virology project).

2.   Incidence of Hepatitis C Virus infection in a semi-urban community of southwestern Nigeria: (PhD degree Virology thesis).



(a)        Books already published: Nil

(b)        Chapters in books already published: Nil

(c)        Conference Proceedings: Nil

(d)       Patent: Nil

(e)        Articles that have already appeared in Learned Journals

1.         Opaleye, O.O.;Adewumi, M.O.;Donbraye, E.;Bakarey, A.S.;Odaibo, G.N.;Olaleye, D.O. (2005).Prevalence of Measles Neutralizing Antibody in Children under 15 years in Southwestern NigeriaAfrican Journal of Clinical and Experimental MicrobiologyVol. 6. No. 1: 71-72(Nigeria) (Contribution: 30%)

2.         Adewumi, M.O.;Donbraye, E.;Odaibo, G.N.;Bakarey, A.S.;Opaleye, O.O.;Olaleye, D.O. (2006). Neutralizing Antibodies against Poliovirus Serotypes among Children in Southwestern Nigeria Journal of Tropical PediatricsVol. 52. No. 2:92-95. (United Kingdom)(Contribution: 30%)

3.         Odaibo, G.N.;Donbraye, E.;Adewumi, M.O., Bakarey, A.S.;Olaleye, D.O. (2006) Reliability of testing and potential impact on HIV prevention in Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical SciencesVol. 35.Suppl: 131-135. (Nigeria) (Contribution: 30%)

4.         Lawal, O. A.;Bakarey, A. S.;Uche, L. N.;Udeze, A. O.;Okonko, I. O. (2009). HBV Infection Among Intending Blood Donors Who Incidentally Tested to HIV Antibody in Two Blood Banks In Ibadan, NigeriaWorld Applied Sciences JournalVol. 7. No. 10:1269-1274. (Pakistan) (Contribution: 35%)

5.         Opaleye, O. O.;Zakariyau, I.;Tijani, J.;Bakarey, A.S. (2010). HBV, HCV Coinfection among Blood Donors in NigeriaIndia Journal of Pathology and MicrobiologyVol. 53: 182-183. (India) (Contribution: 35%)

6.         Donbraye, E.;Adewumi, M.O.;Odaibo, G.N.;Bakarey, A.S.;Opaleye, O. O.;Olaleye, D.O. (2011). Evaluation of Immunity Against Poliovirus Serotypes among Children in Riverine Areas of Delta State, Nigeria African Journal of Clinical and Experimental MicrobiologyVol. 12.No. 2: 72-75. (Nigeria) (Contribution: 30%) 

7.         Aladesemipe, O.D.;Bakarey, A.S.;OLadosu, I.;Oluwadun, A. (2013).AntimicrobialEfficacy of CrudeCocoa Powder Extraction on CD4+ T-CellCounts of Plasmodium bergheiInfected BALB/c Mice Open Journal of Medical MicrobiologyVol. 3:178-184. (United States of America) (Contribution: 40%)

8.         Ischaya, S. N.;Odaibo, G.N.;Bakarey, A.S.;Olaleye, D.O. (2014).Detection and Isolation of Lyssaviruses from Apparently Healthy Unvaccinated Local Breed of Dogs in some Rural Communities in Southwestern NigeriaAfrican Journal of Medicine and Medical SciencesVol. 43. Suppl. 111-119 (Nigeria) (Contribution: 35%).

9.         Faleye T.O.C.;AdewumiM.O; Ifeorah I.M;Omoruyi E. C.;Bakarey A. S.;Akere A;Awokunle F.;Ajibola H. O.;Makanjuola D. O.;Adeniji, J. A. (2015). Detection of Hepatitis B Virus Isolates WithMutations Associated with Immune EscapeMutants Among Pregnant Women In Ibadan, Southwestern NigeriaSpringer Plus Vol. 43. No. 4:1-8 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 25%).

10.       Faleye, T.O.C.;Adewumi, M.O.;Ifeorah, I.M.;Akere, A.;Bakarey, A. S.;Omoruyi, E. C.;Oketunde, K.;Awonusi, O. B.;Ajayi, M. R.;Adeniji, J. A. (2015).Detection and Circulation of Hepatitis B virus Immune Escape Mutants Among Asymptomatic Community Dwellers in Ibadan, Southwestern NigeriaInternational Journal of Infectious DiseasesVol. 39: 102–109 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 25%)

11.       Olayiwola, J. O.;Bakarey, A. S.;Odaibo, G. N.; (2016). Community-Based Surveillance of Influenza A Virus Among Live Bird Handlers From Selected Birds Markets and Poultry Farmsin Ibadan, NigeriaBritish Journal of Medicine and Medical Science Vol. 11. No. 11: 1-7 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 40%).

12.       Leopardi, S.;Oluwayelu, D.;Meseko, C. C.; Sabrina, M.;Tassoni, L.;Bakarey, A. S.;Monne, I.;Cattoli, G.; De-Benedictis, P. (2016). The Close Genetic Relationship Of Lineage d Betacoronavirus From Nigerian And Kenyan Straw-Colored Fruit Bats (Eidolon helvun) is Consistent with Existence of a Single Epidemiological Unit Across Sub-Saharan AfricaSpringer Science Virus Genes Vol. 52. No. 4:573-7. (United States of America) (Contribution: 30%).

?13.       Bakarey, A. S.;Ifeorah, I. M.;Faleye, T. O. C.;Adewumi, M. O.;Akere, A.;Omoruyi, E. C.;Ogunwale, A. O.;Olaleye, V. F.; Awokunle, R. F.;Sekoni, D. E.;Adeniji, J. A. (2017).Hepatitis B Virus Serological Markers in a Rural Community in Southeastern NigeriaBritish Journal of Medicine and Medical ScienceVol. 21.No. 1: 1-9.  (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 60%)

?14.     Ifeorah, I. M.;Bakarey, A. S.;Adewumi, M. O.;Faleye, T. O. C.;Akere, A.;Omoruyi, E. C.;Ogunwale, A. O.;Uttah, C. C.;Oketade, M. A.;Adeniji, J. A.(2017).Patterns of Serologic Markers of Hepatitis B Virus Infection and the Risk of Transmission among Pregnant Women in Southwestern NigeriaJournal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry Vol. 38. No. 6: 639–651. (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 50%)(Corresponding author)

?15.     Ifeorah, I. M.;Bakarey, A. S.;Adeniji, J. A.;OnyemelukweF. N.Seroprevalence of Hepatitis B and Delta Viruses Among HIV-Infected Population Attending Antiretroviral Clinic in Selected Health Facilities in Abuja, NigeriaJournal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry Vol. 38. No. 6: 608–619. (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 40%)

?16.     Adewumi, M. O.;Omoruyi, E. C.;Ifeorah, I. M.;Bakarey, A. S.;Ogunwale, A. O.; Akere, A.;Faleye, T. O. C.;Adeniji, J. A. (2017). Evaluation of CD4 T Lymphocyte Cell Levels among Hepatitis B, C and E Viruses Negative Individuals in Ibadan, Southwestern NigeriaMicrobiology Research Journal InternationalVol. 22. No. 5: 1-8.(United States of America) (Contribution: 30%)

?17.     Ifeorah, I. M.;Faleye, T. O. C.;Bakarey, A. S.;Adewumi, M. O.;Akere, A.;Omoruyi, E. C.;Ogunwale, A. O.;Adeniji, J. A. (2017). Acute Hepatitis E Virus Infection in Two Geographical Regions of NigeriaJournal of PathogensVol. 20: 1-6. Article ID 4067108, (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 35%)

?18.     Olayiwola, J. O.;Bakarey, A. S.(2017). Epidemiological Trends of Lassa Fever Outbreaks and Insights for Future Control in Nigeria International Journal of Tropical Diseases and Health Vol. 24. No. 4: 1-14. (United States of America) (Contribution: 60%)(Corresponding author)

?19.       Bakarey, A. S.;Ifeorah, I. M.;Adewumi, M. O.;Faleye, T. O. C.;Akere, A.;Omoruyi, E. C.;Ogunwale, A. O.;Uttah, C. C.;Oketade, M. A.;Adeniji, J. A. (2017).Profiles of Hepatitis B Virus Serological Markers among Asymptomatic Population in Anambra State, Southeastern NigeriaJournal of Virology and Antiviral Research Vol. 6. No. 3: 1–5 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 60%)

?20.       Bakarey, A. S.;Olayiwola, J. O. (2017).Ebola Virus Disease and Its Antecedents in West African Countries: Challenges, the Current Trend and the Way Forward SM Virology Journal Vol. 2. No. 1: 1–12. (United States of America) (Contribution: 80%)

?21.     Adenuga F. A.;Bakarey A. S.;Titiloye M. A.; Oladepo O.;Ngene S. O. (2017). Contraceptive Use Among Women Living with HIV and AIDS Receiving Care at a Secondary and Tertiary Health Care Facilities in Ibadan, NigeriaAmerican Journal of Clinical and Experimental MedicineVol.5. No. 6: 218-223. (United States of America) (Contribution: 40%)

?22.     Afolabi, A. Y.;Bakarey, A. S.;Adewumi, M. O. (2018). Evaluation of Performance Testing of Different Rapid Diagnostic Kits in Comparison with EIAs to Validate Detection of Hepatitis B virus among High Risk Group in Nigeria Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry Vol. 39. No. 2:218–227. (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 60%).(Corresponding author)

?23.     Sören, J. K.; Böhlken-Faschera, H. S.; Ademowo, O. G.; Oyinloye, O. E.;Bakarey, A. S.;Doblerc, G.; Tappe, D.;Patele, P.; Czernya, C.; El Wahed, A. A. (2018). Development of a Pan-rickettsial Molecular Diagnostic Test Based on Recombinase Polymerase Amplification AssayJournal of Analytical Biochemistry Vol. 544: 29–33 (United States of America) (Contribution: 30%)

?24.     Bakarey, A. S.;Olaniyan, O. D. (2018).Hepatitis B virus Infection among Asymptomatic Residents of Low Income Community in Ibadan Southwest Nigeria Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry Vol. 39. No 4:377–389. (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 80%)(Corresponding author)

?25.     Bakarey, A. S.;Jabaru, O.;Olayiwola, O. (2018)Seroprevalence of Hepatitis B surface antigenaemia and Viral Infectivity among Liver Cancer Patients Accessing Care at a Tertiary Health Facility in Southwest NigeriaJournal of Immunoassay and ImmunochemistryVol. 39. No 2: 196–206.(United Kingdom) (Contribution: 70%)

?26.     Nejo, Y. T.;Faneye, O. A.;Olusola, A. B.;Bakarey, A. S.;Adewale, O.;Motayo, B. (2018). Hepatitis B virus infection Among Sexually Active Individuals in Nigeria: A cross-sectional study. The Pan African Medical JournalVol. 30:155. (Kenya) (Contribution: 30%)

?27.     Afolabi, A. Y.;Bakarey, A. S.;Oladipo, E. K.;Oloke, J. K. (2018).Investigation of Mother-to-Child-Transmission of HIV in Pregnancy and among HIV-exposed Infants Accessing Care at a PMTCT Clinic in Southwest Nigeria Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry Vol. 39. No4:403-415.(United Kingdom) (Contribution: 50%)(Corresponding author)

?28.       Bakarey, A. S.;Akinboade, I. O.;Aken’ova, Y. A. (2018). Transmission Transmissible Hepatitis B Virus Markers Of Infection Among Sickle Cell Disease Patients Receiving Care At a Tertiary Health Facility In Ibadan, Southwest NigeriaJournal of Immunoassay andImmunochemistryVol. 39.NO. 4:377–389. (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 70%)(Corresponding author)

(f) Books, Chapters in Books and Articles already accepted for publication

?1.       Ifeorah, I. M.;Bakarey, A. S.; Adeniji J. A.;OnyemelukweF. N. (2018).Hepatitis C and Delta viruses among HBV Positive Cohort in Abuja NigeriaAfrican Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Vol. 47. (Nigeria) (Contribution: 50%)(Corresponding author).I

?2.       Nassar, S. A.;Olayiwola J. O.; Bakarey, A. S.; Enyhowero S. O. (2018).Investigations of Dengue Virus and Plasmodium falciparum among febrile patients receiving care at a tertiary health facility in Osogbo, Southwest NigeriaNigerian Journal of Parasitology Vol. 40. (Nigeria) (Contribution: 50%)(Corresponding author).

(g)        Technical Reports and Monographs: Nil

XI        Major Conferences Attended with Papers Read (in the last 5 years)

a.      EDCTP Forum 2018, held at the Conference Centre, Lisbon, Portugal on Sept 17 - 21, 2018:Detection of Hepatitis B Virus Immune Escape Mutants Among Asymptomatic Population Group In Southwestern Nigeria(poster presentation): Bakarey, A. S.;Ifeorah, I. J.;Adewumi, M. O.;Faleye, T. O. C.;Akere, A.

b.      UCBR-6, 2018 held at the Conference Centre, University of Ibadan on July 10-14, 2018: Transmission Transmissible Hepatitis B Virus Markers Of Infection Among Sickle Cell Disease Patients Receiving Care At A Tertiary Health Facility In Ibadan, Southwest Nigeria (Oral presentation): Bakarey A. S.;Akinboade, I. O.;Aken’ova Y. A. 

c.      IUIS-FAIS-ImmunoGambia 2016: West Africa regional School on Immunology of Infectious diseases’, held at MRC Unit Banjul, The Gambia on Nov 19 - 26, 2016:Detection of Hepatitis B Virus Immune Escape Mutants Among Apparently Healthy Individuals in Ibadan Nigeria’, (poster presentation):Bakarey, A. S.;Ifeorah, I. J.;Adewumi, M. O.;Faleye, T. O. C., Akere, A.

d.      IAS 2016 held at International Conference Centre, Durban, South Africa on July 15 - 22, 2016: Contraceptives use among women living with HIV and AIDS receiving care at secondary and tertiary health facilities in Ibadan, Nigeria (poster presentation): Adenuga, F. A.;Bakarey, A. S.;Titiloye, M. A.

e.      Hepatitis 2015, Florida USA, July 8th – 12th, 2015: Molecular Epidemiology of HBV infection among Apparently health community dwellers in Southeastern Nigeria (Poster presentation): Faleye, T. O. C.; Adewumi, M. O.;Bakarey, A. S.;Ifeorah I.M.;Omoruyi, E.C.;Adeniji, J. A. 

f.       National Foundation for Infectious Disease, held at Maryland USA, 18th – 21stMay, 2014: Molecular Epidemiology of Hepatitis B Virus infection among Pregnant women in Southwestern Nigeria: Ifeorah, I. M.;Bakarey, A. S.;Adewumi, M. O.;Akere, A.;Awokunle F.; Ajibola, H.O.;Makanjuola D.O.;Adeniji, J.A.

g.      Keystone Symposia Global Health Travel Award on ‘Advancing Vaccines in the Genomics’ held at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Oct 30th - 4th Nov, 2013: Non-Polio Enteroviruses: The need for Vaccine development (Poster presentation) : Oyero, O. G.;Bakarey, A. S.

Research Interest

  • Viral epidemiology and molecular characterization of infectious diseases of public health importance
  • Viral hepatitis, HIV and AIDS
  • Highly pathogenic haemorrhagic fever viruses

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