Dr. Adedayo O. FANEYE

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Name: Dr. Adedayo O. FANEYE


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 Designation: Lecturer I

 Brief Biography:





  1.           Investigating pattern of co-infection of Sexually Transmitted Viruses in People Living with HIV AIDS in Nigeria.
  2.           Survey of sexually transmitted viruses sexually active individuals in Nigeria.
  3.           Survey of Aspergillosis co-infection with Tuberculosis in TB treatment failures and TB-HIV patients
  4.           Investigating pattern of secondary effect of Measles infection leading to disability in Nigerian children.
  5.           Investigation of circulating strains of Human Papilloma virus in Nigeria.
  6.           Investigation of arboviruses of Zoonotic importance.






Journal Articles


  1. Judith M. Hübschen, Zefira Mihneva, Andreas F Mentis, François Schneider, Yair Aboudy, Zehava Grossman, Hagit Rudich, Kalia Kasymbekova, Inna Sarv, Jasminka Nedeljkovic, Marc C. Tahita, Zekiba Tarnagda, Jean-Bosco Ouedraogo, A. G. Gerasimova, T. N. Moskaleva, Nina T. Tikhonova, Nazibrola Chitadze, J. C. Forbi, Adedayo O. Faneye, Jesse A. Otegbayo, Emilie Charpentier, and Claude P. Muller (2009). Phylogenetic analysis of Human Parvovirus B19 strains from eleven different countries confirms the predominance of genotype 1 and suggests the spread of genotype 3b J Clin Microbiol. November; 47(11): 3735–3738


  1. Faneye Adedayo.O., Oyefolu A.O.B., Olanrewaju M., Achuba C. Serosurvey of antibodies to CMV in Kidney transplant donor and recipients attending Lagos University Teaching Hospital. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (In Press)
  2. Sule W.F. Odama, L.E. Daniel A.L. Faneye A.O. Okonko I.O. (2009). Prevalence of Anti-Hepatitis C Virus Antibodies in Patients Attending Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria. World Applied Science Journal; 7(3):371-377
  3. N Idika, C Datong A Adesanmi, P Austin-Akaigwe, A Faneye, T Awoderu (2010). HIV Vaccine and Microbiside Preparedness among youth in Lagos, Nigeria. Aids Research and Human Retroviruses: 2010; 26 (10) A101-A101
  4. Motayo Babatunde O Okonko Iheanyi O, Faneye Adedayo O and Adu Festus D (2011). Preparation of High Potent Measles Hemagglutinating Antigen From Wild Type Measles Virus In Ibadan, Nigeria. New York Science Journal (12)      
  5. Onoja, A. B., Adeniji, A. J. and Faneye, A. (2013). Measles complications in a Nigerian hospital setting. Clinical Reviews and Opinions5 (2):18-23.
  6. Faneye Adedayo, Idika Nioma, Motayo Babatunde Olanrewaju, Adesanmi Adeyinka and Afocha Ebele. (2013). Serological evidence of recent dengue virus infection among febrile children in a semi arid zone. American Journal of Infectious Diseases; 9 (1): 7-10
  7. Adedayo Faneye, Babatunde Motayo, Adeyinka Adesanmi and Benerd Onoja (2014). Evaluation of IgG antibodies against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and associated risk factors for severe respiratory tract infections in pre-school children in North central, Nigeria. African Journal of Infectious Disease; 8 (2): 31-35
  8. Babatunde Motayo, Onoja M Akpa, Isreal Ezeani, Adedayo O Faneye, Usen Udo, Bernerd Onoja (2014). Seroprevalence rates of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) antibodies and Hepatitis B Virus surface antigen (HBsAg) in blood donors in a South-western Nigerian City. Journal of Immunoassay and Immunochemistry. 3/2014
  9. Babatunde O Motayo, Adedayo Faneye, Isreal Ezeani, Usen Udo, Ogiogwa Joseph (2014). Seroprevalence of transfusion transmissible infection in first time blood donors in Abeokuta, Nigeria. African Journal of Reproductive Health 14 (4) 12.


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