Dr. Ayo S. ADEBOWALE

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Name: Dr. Ayo S. ADEBOWALE

Faculty: PUBLIC HEALTH

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 Department:Epidemiology and Medical Statistics

 Designation: Senior Lecturer

Brief Biography: Ayo is a Ph.D degree holder in Demography and Statistics but trained as a Technical and Medical Demographer/Statistician in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and University of Ibadan, Ibadan. He has an interdisciplinary research experience, utilizing Demography and Biostatistics to improve understanding of mechanisms underlying contemporary population health and social problems. He had his 1-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Population Training and Research Unit, North-West University, South Africa in 2013. He has received several awards including: Ondo-State Scholarship Board Merit Award, 1989; Best graduating student in Mathematical Sciences Department, Ondo State University (Now Ekiti State University), Ado-Ekiti, 1992; Teaching Assistant Award, University of Lagos, 2005; Visiting Scholar, University of Witwatersrand, 2012; Most Productive Post-Doctoral Research Fellow award at North-West University, South Africa, 2014; Visiting Researcher Award, University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2017; Trialect Clinical Trials Fellowship award, Paris, France, 2019; Travel Award Recipient, Advanced Biostatistical Methods: Multilevel Models and Cluster-Randomized Trials, Organized by Brown University School of Public Health, USA, 2019 and host of others. He has participated in numerous National and International health programmes and surveys including cross-countries analysis of DHS dataset in sub-Saharan Africa. He has authored two textbooks and has over 100 research publications in peer reviewed journals. Ayo aims at outstanding academic excellence, he is diligent and has passionate loyalty in the noble course of service to humanity. He is enthusiastic to work in a progressive organization that values team work and individual’s efforts.

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Ayo Stephen

ADEBOWALE

 

SEX

Male

MARITAL STATUS

Married

NATIONALITY

Nigerian

LANGUAGE

English

POSTAL ADDRESS

Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, Faculty of Public Health, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan

 

 

OFFICE ADDRESS

Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, Faculty of Public Health, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan

 

 

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 RESEARCH ACTIVITIES:

  • Demography and Population Health Studies
  • Survey Design and Implementation
  • Research Project Management

 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES:

  1. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. 2006-2010
  2. University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos. 2005-2006
  3. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. 2001-2003
  4. University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos. 1999-2001
  5. National Mathematical Centre, Abuja. 2000
  6. Current Technology College, Ikeja, Lagos. 1997
  7. University of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti. 1988-1992

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES:

  1. D Demography and Social Statistics 2010
  2. Sc Mathematics 2006
  3. Sc Demography and Social Statistics 2003
  4. Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer-Science 2001
  5. Foundation Postgraduate course in Optimization with super Convergent line series in experimental designs 2000
  6. Diploma in Computer Engineering 1997
  7. Sc (Hons) Mathematical-Sciences 1992

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODY:

  1. Public Health Association of South Africa
  2. Population Association of South Africa
  3. Population Association of Nigeria.
  4. Union of African Population Studies.
  5. Population Association of America.
  6. International Union of Scientific Study of Population.
  7. Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria.

ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • Institution: University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria

           Dates of Employment:           03-09-2007 till date

  • Institution: Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria

           Dates of Employment:           07-03-2001

TEACHING AND SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE:   

  1. Experiences of teaching in undergraduate programmes

Right from my undergraduate years, I have engaged myself in teaching tutorials to my fellow students across all degree lines. As a lecturer in a polytechnic in my early academic career, I taught demography and statistical related courses in business, management, engineering and applied sciences for about 7 years. In my present place of work, I teach demography and biostatistics to undergraduate medical students.

  1. Experience of teaching in post-graduate programmes

Since my resumption as a lecturer in University of Ibadan in 2007, I have been involved in the teaching of Post-Graduate students. In conjunction with other colleagues, I teach courses such as; mathematical demography, mathematical biology, advanced demographic techniques, principles of population change, demographic methods, basic statistical procedures, univariate distribution, sample survey, survival analysis and research methodology.

  1. Experience in supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students
  1. I have supervised about 50 undergraduate students (at Polytechnic & University level) since the onset of my teaching career.
  2. I have supervised 28 Masters Students who have completed their programmes in Medical Demography, Biostatistics and Epidemiology in the University of Ibadan. I currently supervise 2 Ph.D. and 6 Masters Students.

 

  1. Areas of Research:

Analysis of contemporary population issues; Applied demography; probability modelling of health related data; Survival analysis

  1. Mentoring:

I provide professional advice to young faculty members and students who share similar research agenda with me in my institution. My interactions with these young promising academics have earned them publications in learned journals and conference participation in different parts of the world. I have been assigned as mentors to young professionals in some population associations and African Academy of Science.

 

PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCES

  1. Member of Research Team on Gender Based Violence in Nigeria: A UNFPA Project.
  2. Head, Monitoring & Evaluation Team and Consultant Demographer, Nigeria AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey (NAIIS) in Oyo State, Nigeria.
  3. Medical Demographer, Accelerated and Sustainable Approach to Mitigate Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children and Caregivers (ASAMIHAS): A USAID and ARFH Project in Rivers State
  4. Medical Demographer, Accelerated and Sustainable Approach to Mitigate Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children and Caregivers (ASAMIHAS): A USAID and ARFH Project in Akwa Ibom State
  5. Medical Demographer, Accelerated and Sustainable Approach to Mitigate Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children and Caregivers (ASAMIHAS): A USAID and ARFH Project in Lagos State                                                      
  6. Biostatistician, Research to Improve the Quality of Care for the Management of Obstetrics Complications that lead to Maternal and Perinatal Mortality in Nigeria: A WHO Project
  7. Co-investigator, Knowledge and Attitudes of HIV risk behaviors Among undergraduate students in North-West University, Mafikeng
  8. Principal Investigator, Child Spacing: Implication for Parity Progression, Maternal and Child Health in Aladura Community, Ogun State, South West, Nigeria
  9. Demographic Survey on Well-being and Physiological Conditions of Elderly in Ijumu Local Government Area, Kogi-State
  10. Demographer, Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Prevention and Control Program in Ona-Ara Local Government Area, Oyo-State
  11. Demographer/Biostatistician, Monitoring and Evaluation of Global Fund HIV/AIDS Round Five Program, Benue and Kano State
  12. Statistician, Geodetic Technologies, Ibadan on Ekiti State Baseline Survey on Community and Social Development programme
  13. Demographer/Biostatistician, Evaluation of Routine Immunization Program for the Prevention of Childhood Diseases in Odeda Local Government Area, Ogun State
  14. Demographer/Biostatistician, Base-line Survey of Malaria Prevention and Control Program in Aladura Communities, Obafemi Owode Local Government Area, Ogun State
  15. Facilitator/Observer, 1991/2006 Nigeria Population Census
  16. Programme Coordinator, Demographic and Health Research in Ekiti State

TECHNICAL REPORT

  • Technical Report on House-Hold Listing, House-Numbering and Mapping: Nigeria AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey (NAIIS) in Oyo State
  • Technical Report on House-Hold Listing, House-Numbering and Mapping: Local Partner for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria (Lopin 1): Project in Five Local Government Areas in Akwa Ibom State                                                         
  • Technical Report on House-Hold Listing, House-Numbering and Mapping: Local Partner for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria (Lopin 1): Project in Five Local Government Areas in Rivers State
  • Technical Report on House-Hold Listing, House-Numbering and Mapping: Local Partner for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria (Lopin 1): Project in Five Local Government Areas in Lagos State                                                                  
  • Technical Report on Child Spacing: Implication for Parity Progression, Maternal and Child Health in Aladura Community, Ogun State, Nigeria
  • Report on Curriculum Development organized by West African Health Examination Board, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Technical Report on Aladura Baseline Survey, Nigeria

 

TEACHING/RESEARCH AWARDS:

  • 2019 Travel Award Recipient, 5th Annual Workshop on Advanced Biostatistical Methods: Multilevel Models and Cluster-Randomized Trials, held from 15-18 July, at the Noble Conference Center, in Eldoret, Kenya Organized by Brown University      School of Public Health, USA.
  • 2019 Trialect Clinical Trials Fellowship award, Paris, France.
  • 2019 Research grant on DigItal Systems for SEpsis alert and monitoring ward Movement towards INfection control in mAternity paTiEnts DISSEMINATE network. Imperial College London,        United Kingdom
  • 2017: Visiting Researcher Fellowship award, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa                                                
  • 2015: Travel Award Recipient, Population Association of America. Funded by grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,       and the PAA Fund. 
  • 2014: Most Productive Post-Doctoral Research Fellow award, North West University, Mafikeng, South Africa
  • 2014: Visiting Researcher Fellowship award, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
  • 2013: Research Grant by Medical Education Initiative of Nigeria
  • 2013: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Award, Population Training and Research Unit, North West University, Mafikeng, South Africa                             
  • 2012: Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Demography & Population Studies, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa                                     
  • 2012: Travel Award Recipient, IUSSP Seminar First Unions Patterns around the World, Madrid, Spain, 20-22 June
  • 2011: Travel Award Recipient, Family Planning Conference
  • 2011: Travel Award Recipient, Population Association of America       
  • 2011: Bill and Melinda Gate Research Grant                                
  • 2006: Bill and Melinda Gate Merit award by Center for Population and Reproductive Health University of Ibadan                    
  • 2004: Research/Teaching Assistant award by University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos.
  • 1992: University award to the best graduating student in Mathematical Sciences , Ondo State University, Ado Ekiti (Now Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti).       

 

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS:

  1. Ag: Head, Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, University of Ibadan, August 2020 to Date
  2. Post-Graduate Coordinator, Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, University of Ibadan, August 2016-2017
  3. Chair, Short Course/Seminar/Workshop Committee, Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, University of Ibadan, 2014 to Date
  4. Chair, Faculty Committee on University of Ibadan Research and Development Fair, 2014 to Date
  5. Programme Coordinator, MPH Medical Demography, University of Ibadan, 2007-Date
  6. Project/Seminar Coordinator, Department of Statistics, Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos, 2001-2006
  7. President National Association of Mathematics Students, Ondo-State, University Ado-Ekiti Chapter, 1991/1992 academic session.
  8. Chair, University of Ibadan sub-Committee on Data Management and Analysis (COVID-19 update).

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT:

  • Seminar/Workshop Organizer, University of Malawi, Medical School, Malawi, 2018
  • Associate lecturer, Pan Africa University (PAU). 2016-Date
  • External examiner to Department of Demography and Social Statistics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. 2016-Date
  • Editorial Board Member, Southern Africa Journal of Demography. A journal of population association of southern African countries. 2015-Date
  • Internal Auditor, Population Association of Nigeria. 2019-Date
  • Mentor, Affiliate of African Academic of Science, 2018-Date
  • Member Committee on Deployment of Technology in Automating Teaching Quality Assurance in University of Ibadan, 2019-Date
  • Member, University of Ibadan sub-Committee on Surveillance of COVID-19 on University of Ibadan, Campus.

CONFERENCES ATTENDED IN THE LAST 10-YEARS:

1. AFREhealth Symposium. Strengthening Health Research, Education and Service Delivery, for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Africa. Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos

2. 2019 Population Association of Southern Africa held at University of Venda, Limpopo Province, South Africa Chair: Maternal and Child Health Session

3. 2018 Population Association of America meeting, Denver, USA

            Title of the paper presented:

  • Trends and Pattern of Age at first Marriage in Nigeria: 1990-2013 (Poster presentation)

4. 2017 International Union for Scientific Study of Human Population, Cape Town, South Africa

           Title of the paper presented:

  • Regional Differences in Adolescent Childbearing in Nigeria (Oral presentation)

5. 2017 International Seminar on “Mortality: Past, Present and Future” held in Campinas – Brazil on August 7-8, 2017.

          Title of the paper presented:

  • Models for Estimating Adult Mortality in Nigeria

6. 2016 International Family Planning Conference, Nusa Dua, Indonesia

         Title of the paper presented:

  • Maternal Health Care Services Access Index and Modern Contraceptive use in Nigeria. (Oral presentation)
  • Vasectomy and modern contraceptive use among married men in a traditional community in South West Nigeria. (Poster Presentation)

7. 2015 Union for African Population Studies, Pretoria, South Africa

        Title of the papers presented:

  • Impacts of Child Nutrition and Health on Later Life Outcomes (Session organizer/Chair)
  • Maternal Health Care Services Access Index and Infant Survival in Nigeria (Oral presentation)

8. 2015 Population Association of America meeting, Washington DC, USA

            Title of the paper presented:

  • Determinants of Postpartum Contraceptive in Malawi (Oral presentation)
  • Women education advancement in sub-Saharan Africa. Situation analysis of double harmful demographic practices. (Poster presentation)

9. 2014 Applied Demography Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA

          Title of the papers presented:

  • Regional Differences in Child's Gender Preference among women in Nigeria. (Oral presentation)
  • Women Educational Advancement in sub-Saharan Africa: Situation Analysis of Consequence of Double Harmful Demographic Practi (Oral presentation)

10. 2013 International Family Planning Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

            Title of the paper presented:

  • Women Empowerment and Current Use of Long Acting/Permanent Contraceptive: Evidence from Malawian Demographic Health Survey. (Oral presentation)

11. 2013 Public Health Association of South Africa conference, Cape Town, South Africa

            Title of the paper presented:

  • Effect of Gender Preference and living Children Sex Composition on Childbearing Intention among High Fertility Married women in Stable Union in Malawi. (Oral presentation)

12. 2013 Population Association of South Africa conference, Mafikeng, South Africa

            Title of the paper presented:

  • Patterns and Correlates of Premarital Childbearing among Unmarried Female youths in sub-Saharan Africa. (Oral presentation)

13. 2013 Population Association of America Meeting, New Orleans, USA 2013

         Title of the paper presented:

  • Determinants of Health Care Utilization among the Elderly in a Rural Community in Northern Nigeria. (Poster presentation)

14. 2013 International Union for Scientific Study of Human Population, New Bussan

          Title of the papers presented:

  • Differential effect of wealth quintile on Modern Contraceptive Use in Malawi (Poster)
  • Sex Differences in Childhood Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. (Oral presentation)

15. 2012 IUSSP Seminar First Unions Patterns around the World, Madrid, Spain, 20-22 June

          Title of the papers presented:

  • Survival Analysis of Timing of First Marriage among Women of Reproductive age in Nigeria: Regional Differences. (Oral presentation)

16. 2012 Applied Demography Conference San Antonio, Texas, United States of America

            Title of the paper presented:

  • Condom Use among Unmarried Male Youths in Nigeria: Modeling Socio-demographic Predictors. (Oral presentation)

17. 6th Conference of African Union of Population Studies, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

            Title of the papers presented:

  • Refined age structure and demographic parameters estimation in Nigeria: An Indirect Approach. (Oral presentation)

18. 2011 International Family Planning Conference, Dakar, Senegal

           Title of the paper presented:

  • Contraceptive Use: Implication for Completed Fertility, Parity Progression and Maternal Nutritional Status in Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa. (Oral presentation)

19. 2011Population Association of America meeting, Washington DC, USA

           Title of the paper presented:

  • Parity Progression and Birth Interval Analysis: An Implication for Under-Five Mortality in Ekiti State, Southwestern Nigeria. (Oral presentation)

20. 2010 European Population Association meeting, Austria

          Title of the paper presented:

  • Survival analysis of the effect of child spacing on Infant Mortality among Ekitis, South Western, Nigeria. (Poster)

 

WORKSHOP/SEMINAR ATTENDED RECENTLY:

  1. Public Health England. Nigeria Field Epidemiology and National Centre for Disease Control Conference, Abuja. 2019
  2. AFREhealth Symposium. Strengthening Health Research, Education and Service Delivery, for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Africa. Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos 5 – 9. 2019.
  3. Mentoring the Mentor: Facilitated by Dr Elizabeth Bukusi, Chief Research Officer & Co-Director Research Care Training Program (RCTP), KEMRI Affiliation/Organization: University of California San Francisco (UCSF). 2019.
  4. Implementation Sciences to Advance Maternal, Adolescents and Child Health in sub-Saharan Africa. Facilitated by: Jean Nachega and Robert Scherpbier AFREhealth. 2019.
  5. 5th Annual Workshop on Advanced Biostatistical Methods: Multilevel Models and Cluster-Randomized Trials, held from 15-18 July, at the Noble Conference Center, in Eldoret, Kenya Organized by Brown University School of Public Health. 2019.
  6. Manuscript Writing Workshop on Non-Communicable Diseases Epidemiology, organized by Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Technology Programme, Centre for Disease Control, Abuja, Nigeria (Facilitator and Mentor). 2019.
  7. Training of Listers and Mappers on Household listing, House numbering and Mapping as part of Preparation for Nigeria AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey. 2018.
  8. Short Course on Manuscript Writing Workshop Organized by College of Medicine, Blantyre, University of Malawi, Malawi. (Facilitator). 2018.
  9. Short Course on Field Epidemiology, Organized by College of Medicine, University of Malawi, Malawi. (Facilitator). 2018.
  10. Research Design and Methodology Workshop organized by Medical Education Partnership in Nigeria (MEPIN). (Facilitator). 2018.
  11. Report Writing Workshop organized by Comprehensive training for CBOS and LOPIN 1 staff on Reporting, Documentation, Abstract and Publication Writing Techniques. (Facilitator). 2018.
  12. Workshop on Longitudinal Data Palooza of DST/MRC South African Population Research Infrastructure Network (SAPRIN) Cape Town, South Africa. 2017.
  13. Advanced Consulting Workshop, organized by Nigeria institute of management, Nigeria. 2014.
  14. Workshop on meeting deadlines with priorities, organized by Nigeria institute of management, Nigeria. 2014.
  15. Statistical Analysis of Census and Survey Data using Stata, University of Cape Coast in Conjunction with University of Michigan, Cape Coast, Ghana. 2012.
  16. Data Analysis and Scientific Manuscript Writing Workshop organized by Medical Education Partnership in Nigeria (MEPIN) at International Institute of Tropical , Ibadan, Nigeria. 2012.
  17. Workshop on Curriculum Development organized by West African Health Examination Board, Yaba, Lagos. 2012.
  18. Workshop on Revitalizing Agro Statistics in Nigeria, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria. 2012.
  19. Short Course on Prevention and Treatment of Missing data in Clinical Trial organized by John Hopkins University, USA at Iselin New-jersey, United States of America. 2011.
  20. Training for research assistants on Global Fund Round 5 Evaluations and Monitoring of HIV/AIDS Programmes, Makurdi State, Nigeria (Facilitator). 2011.

Researches

Research

  1. Research grant on DigItal Systems for SEpsis alert and monitoring ward Movement towards INfection control in mAternity paTiEnts DISSEMINATE network. Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  2. Research Grant by Medical Education Initiative of Nigeria (MEPIN) to design and implement a study on the “Influence of HIV Status and Parental Survival on Health and Social development of Children in Oyo State, Nigeria
  3. Research Grant by Research Focus Area, Population Training and Research Unit, North-West University, Mafikeng, South Africa to design and implement a study on “knowledge of HIV/AIDS’ prevention, attitudes and beliefs among North-West University students, South Africa”
  4. Bill and Melinda Gate Research Grant to design and implement a study on “Assessment of Childbearing Progression, Births Interval and Maternal/Child Health in a Rural Community in Ogun-State, Southwest Nigeria”

Publications

  1. Effah GB, Ekpenyong B, Akar S, Visa T, Abdulaziz MM, Usman A, Adebowale AS., Balogun MS. (2020). Serogroup Shift: Neisseria meningitis Out-break Investigation in Kano, Nigeria, 2017. J Epidemiol Public Health Rev 5(2)
  2. Iyare, O., Adebowale, A.S., Umeokonkwo, C.D., Bamgboye, E.A., Gobir, A.A., Chikan, J.J., Dahiru, T., Ajayi, I.O. (2020). Analyses of case-based surveillance data on malaria in pregnancy in Plateau State, Nigeria 2013–2017. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare Journal. 1–8
  3. Oyinlola, F.F., Bamiwuye, S.O., Adebowale, A.S., Ekundayo, O.O., Ilesanmi, B.B. (2020). Variations in modern contraceptive uptake and its correlates in South West and North East Nigeria: a comparative analysis. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. 9(7):2852-2859
  4. Elijah Bamgboye, Tayo Odusote, Iyabode Olusanmi, Joshua Akinyemi, Yussuf Bidemi, Ayo Adebowale, Ashaolu Gbenga, Oladapo Ladipo. 2020. Socio-economic status and hunger among orphans and vulnerable children households in Lagos State, Nigeria. Afri Health Sci. 2020; 20(2): 923-931. https://doi.org/10.4314/ahs.v20i2.47
  5. Ayo StephenAdebowale, Adeniyi FrancisFagbamigbe; Joshua Odunayo Akinyemi, ; Obiageli Onwusaka; David Adewole; Sadiku Sheidu; Martin Palamuleni. 2020. Dynamics of Poverty-Related Dissimilarities in Fertility in Nigeria: 2003-2018. Scientific African https:// doi.org/ 10.1016/j.sciaf.2020.e00468
  6. Ndubuisi Akpuh, Ikeoluwapo Ajayi, Ayo Adebowale, Patrick Nguku. 2020. Occupational Exposure to HIV among Health Care Workers in PMTCT sites in Port Harcourt. BMC Public Health. 20:451https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-08528-5
  7. Aisha Sani Faruk, Adebowale Ayo Stephen, Muhammad Shakir Balogun, Lydia Taiwo, Olawunmi Adeoye, Samaila Mamuda, Ndadilnasiya Endie Waziri. 2020. Temporal trend of measles cases and impact of vaccination on mortality in Jigawa State, Nigeria, 2013-2017: a secondary data analysis. Pan African Medical Journal; 35 Supp (1:13).
  8. Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Adeniyi Francis Fagbamigbe, Oyewale Morakinyo, Taiwo Obembe, Rotimi Felix Afolabi, Martin Enoch Palamuleni. 2020. Parental educational homogamy and under-five mortality in sub-Saharan Africa: Clarifying the association’s intricacy. Scientific African 7 (2020) e00255
  9. Aliyu Mamman Na’uzo, Dahiru Tukur, Mu’awiyyah Babale Sufyan, Adebowale Ayo Stephen, IkeOluwapo Ajayi, Eniola Bamgboye, Abdulrazaq Abdullahi Gobir, Chukwuma David Umeokonkwo, Zainab Abdullahi and Olufemi Ajumobi. 2020. Adherence to malaria rapid diagnostic test result among healthcare workers in Sokoto metropolis, Nigeria. Malaria Journal. 19:2 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12936-019-3094-2
  10. Yusuf Olushola Kareem, Imran O. Morhason‑Bello, Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Joshua Odunayo Akinyemi, Oyindamola Bidemi Yusuf. 2019. Robustness of zero-augmented models over generalized linear models in analysing fertility data in Nigeria. BMC Res Notes12, 815 (2019) doi:10.1186/s13104-019-4852-5
  11. Fagbamigbe, F.A., Adebowale S.A., Ajayi I.O. 2019. An assessment of the nutritional status of ART receiving HIV-orphaned and vulnerable children in South-West Nigeria. Helyon journal Elsevier. Vol. 5(12): 
  12. Folajimi O. Shorunke, Oluwatoyin Adeola-Musa, Aisha Usman, Celestine Ameh, EndieWaziri, Stephen A Adebowale. 2019. Descriptive Epidemiology of measles surveillance data, Osun State, Nigeria, 2016- 2018. BMC Public Health. 19:1636)
  13. Adebowale A.S., Tinuoya A.F., Olowolafe T.A., Gbadebo M.T., Onwusaka O.C. 2019. Unintended Pregnancy and Childbearing among out-of-school unmarried young women living in Metropolitan City Slums, South-West Nigeria. Public Health Research 2019, 9(4): 87-98. DOI: 10.5923/j.phr.20190904.03
  14. Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Soladoye, Asa, John Olugbenga, Abe, Funmilola Folasade, Oyinlola. 2019. Sex Preference, Religion and Ethnicity Roles in Fertility Among Women of Childbearing Age in Nigeria: Examining the Links Using Zero-Inflated Poisson Regression Model. International Journal of Statistics and Probability; Vol. 8(6):91-106
  15. Christian Obasi Akpa, Joshua Odunayo Akinyemi, Chukwuma David Umeokonkwo, Eniola Adetola Bamgboye, Tukur Dahiru, Ayo Stephen Adebowale, IkeOluwapo Oyeneye Ajayi. 2019. Uptake of intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in pregnancy among women in selected communities of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-019-2629-4
  16. JO Akinyemi, EA Bamgboye, AS Adebowale and OI Ajayi. 2019. Emerging, re-emerging disease, population movement and health security in Nigeria. Afr. J. Med. med. Sci. (2019) 48, Suppl.
  17. Izuchukwu Frank Obi, Kabiru Sabitu, Abdulhakeem Olorukooba, Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Rabi Usman, Ugochukwu Nwokoro, Olufemi Ajumobi, Suleiman Idris, Lawrence Nwankwo, IkeOluwapo Ajayi. 2019. Health workers’ perception of malaria rapid diagnostic test and factors influencing compliance with test results in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. PLOS ONE | https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0223869 October 17
  18. Adewole D.A., Bello S., Adebowale S.A. 2019. Preferred approach to performance improvement among stakeholders in the health insurance industry in Southwest Region of Nigeria: Implications for Universal Health Coverage. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care. 31 (2) 78-89
  19. Adebowale S.A. Age Errors’ Assessment and Estimation of Life Table Functions using Census and Survey Parameters in Nigeria. Southern Africa Journal of Demography
  20. Fagbamigbe Adeniyi Francis; Abel Clearance; Mashabe Baitshephi; Ayo Adebowale. Survival analysis and prognostic factors of the timing of first antenatal care visit in Nigeria. Elsevier, Advances in Integrative Medicine. https://doi.org/ 10.1016 /j.aimed. 2018 .12.002
  21. Ayo Adebowale, Taiwo Obembe, Eniola Bamgboye. 2019. Relationship between household wealth and childhood immunization in Core-North Nigeria. African Health Sciences Vol 19(1):1582-1593
  22. Adebowale S.A. Ethnic Disparities in Fertility and its Determinants in Nigeria. Springer Nature, BMC Fertility Research and Practice. 5:3 https://doi.org/10.1186 /s40738-019-0055
  23. Adeniyi Francis Fagbamigbe; Rotimi Felix Afolabi1; Kofoworola Yussuf Alade; Ayo Stephen Adebowale; Bidemi Oyindamola Yusuf. 2019. Unobserved Heterogeneity in the Determinants of Under-five Mortality in Nigeria: Frailty Modeling in Survival Analysis. African Journal of Applied Statistics Vol. 6 (1), 2019, pages 565 - 583.
  24. Bajoga U.A., Balarabe H.S., Olufemi A.A., Dalhat M.M., Sule I.B., Ibrahim M.S., Adebowale A.S., Adedokun B.O., Yahaya M., Ajayi I.O., Nguku P.M., Ajumobi O.O. 2019. Trend of malaria cases in Kaduna State using routine surveillance data, 2011-2015. The Pan African Medical Journal. Vol. 32 (Supp 1):8.doi:10.11604/ pamj.supp. 2019.32.1.13735
  25. Mojisola M. Oluwasanu, Yetunde O. John-Akinola, Adeyimika T. Desmennu, Opeyemi Oladunni, and Ayo S. Adebowale. 2019. Access to Information on Family Planning and Use of Modern Contraceptives Among Married Igbo Women in Southeast, Nigeria. International Quarterly of Community Health Education. Volume 39(2). DOI: 10.1177/0272684X18821300
  26. Adebowale Ayo Stephen, Bamgboye Eniola, Adjiwanou Visseho. 2018. Cohort Analysis of Adolescent First Birth Timing and Births Progression in West-Africa. African Population Studies Vol. 32(3):4514-4529
  27. Gbadebo, Babatunde Makinde; Fagbamigbe, Adeniyi Francis and Adebowale, Stephen Ayo. Environmental Factors as Predictors of Childhood Mortality Experience in Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Health Sciences Volume 5, November, pp 23-34
  28. Stephen Ayo Adebowale(2018) Dynamics of child marriage and marital timing in Nigeria: A retrogression or progression? Health Care for Women International, DOI: 1080/073993 32. 2018.1490742
  29. Afam Bridget Ogochukwu, Olowolafe Tubosun Alex, Gbadebo Babatunde Makinde, & Adebowale Ayo Stephen. 2018. Modelling Regional Differential in Childhood and Adult Mortality in Nigeria. African Population Studies. Vol. 32(1): 3950-3963
  30. Awoyelu Ifeoluwa E., Ayeni Olusola, Gbadebo Babatunde M, Adebowale Stephen A. 2018. Trends and Transition times in Parity Progression among women of Reproductive age between 1998 and 2012 in Nigeria. African Population Studies. Vol. 32(1): 3930-3949
  31. Yusuf OB, Gbadebo BM, Afolabi RF, Adebowale AS. 2018. Trends, Pattern and Socioeconomic Predictors of Underweight among Young Married Women in Nigeria. Public Health Research 2018, 8(2): 35-45. DOI: 10.5923/j.phr.20180802.02
  32. Oluwaseyi K. Israel, Olufunmilayo. Fawole, Ayo S. Adebowale, IkeOluwapo O. Ajayi, Oyindamola B. Yusuf, Abisola Oladimeji, Olufemi Ajumobi. 2018. Caregivers’ knowledge and utilization of long‑lasting insecticidal nets among under‑five children in Osun State, Southwest, Nigeria. Malaria Journal. 17:231
  33. Adebowale SA. Spousal age difference and associated Predictors of intimate partner violence in Nigeria. BMC Public Health 18:212 DOI 10.1186/s12889-018-5118-1
  34. Yusuf OB, Odusote T, Olusanmi I, Nwosu J, Phillips–Ononye T, Adebowale AS, Bamgboye EA. 2017. How wealthy are orphan and vulnerable children households in a metropolitan community, south-west Nigeria? African Population Studies. Vol.31(2):3799-3809
  35. Desmennu Adeyimika T, Oluwasanu Mojisola M, John-Akinola Yetunde O, Oladunni Opeyemi, Adebowale S. Ayo. 2017. Maternal Education and Diarrhea among Children aged 0-24 Months in Nigeria. Afr J Reprod Health; 21[3http://www.tandfonline.com/author/Akinyemi%2C+Joshua+O">Akinyemi JO, OdimegwuO; Adebowale AS. 2017. The effect of internal migration, individual and contextual characteristics on contraceptive use among Nigeria women. Health Care for Women International
  36. AS Adebowale, R Adefeso, BM Gbadebo. 2017. Knowledge of vasectomy and barriers to modern contraception among married men in a traditional community, South-West, Nigeria. J. Med. Med. Sci. 46,
  37. Adebowale, Ayo S; Yusuf, Oyindamola B; Gbadebo, Babatunde M; Dahiru, Tukur. 2017. Level and Determinants of High Fertility in two Contrasting Populations in Nigeria. African Population Studies. Vol. 31(1):3307-3323
  38. Latona O.O, Yusuf O.B and Adebowale S.A. 2017. Patterns and Predictors of Mortality among Children Under-Five years in Nigeria. J. Biomed. Res. Vol. (20):37- 43
  39. Bamgboye EA, Odusote T, Olusanmi I, Nwosu J, Phillips–Ononye T, Akpa OM, Yusuf OB, Adebowale AS, Todowede O, & Ladipo OA. (2017): School absenteeism among orphans and vulnerable children in Lagos State, Nigeria: a situational analysis, Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, DOI: 10.1080/17450128.2017.1325545
  40. Oyewale Mayowa Morakinyo, Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Matlou Ingrid Mokgobu, Murembiwa Stanley Mukhola. 2017. Health risk of inhalation exposure to sub-10 μm particulate matter and gaseous pollutants in an urban-industrial area in South Africa: an ecological study. BMJ Open 7:e013941. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013941
  41. Stephen Ayo Adebowale, Oyewale Mayowa Morakinyo and Godson Rowland Ana. 2017. Housing materials as predictors of under-five mortality in Nigeria: evidence from 2013 demographic and health survey. BMC Pediatrics 17:30 DOI 10.1186/s12887-016-0742-3
  42. Fagbamigbe AF, Adebowale AS, Bamgboye EA. 2017. A Survival Analysis Model for Measuring Association between Bivariate Censored Outcomes: Validation Using Mathematical Simulation. American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 7(1):7-14
  43. Chimamaka Excellence Uzochukwu, Olufunmilayo Fawole and Ayo Stephen Adebowale. 2016. Women Empowerment and Modern Contraceptive Use among Married Women in Ibadan, Oyo State. African Population Studies 30(2):2735-2744
  44. Stephen A. Adebowale, Martin E. Palamuleni, Bidemi O. Yusuf and Kehinde Okanlawon. Women Educational Advancement in Sub-Saharan Africa: Situation Analysis of Consequence of Double Harmful Socio-demographic Practices. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science 18(4), 2016
  45. O. Jaiyeola; S.O Oyamakin; J.O Akinyemi; S.A. Adebowale; A.U Chukwu and O.B. Yusuf. 2016. Assessing Infant Mortality in Nigeria Using Artificial Neural Network and Logistic Regression Models. British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science. 19(5): 1-14, 2016; Article no.BJMCS.28870
  46. A Adeleke, J.O. Akinyemi, A.S. Adebowale and O.I. Fawole. 2016. Sexual Violence against Men Students in Tertiary Institutions in Ibadan, South-West, Nigeria African Population Studies Vol. 30(2):2756-2766
  47. Adebowale Ayo Stephen and Akinyemi Odunayo Joshua. 2016. Determinants of Maternal Utilization of Health Services and Nutritional Status in a Rural Community in South-West Nigeria. Afr J Reprod Health 2016; 20[1https://link.springer.com/journal/10389/24/5/page/1">5):415–426 DOI1007/s10389-016-0738-3
  48. Gbadebo B.M; Afolabi R.F; Adebowale S.A. Female circumcision in Nigeria and attitudes towards its discontinuation. Afr. J. Med and Medicinal Sciences Vol. 44:343-354
  49. Adebowale SA, Udjo E. 2016. Maternal Health Care Services Access Index and Infant Survival in Nigeria. Ethiop J Health Sci. 26, No. 2. 131-144
  50. Linda Ochuole Ugalahi, Oyindamola Bidemi Yusuf, Joshua Odunayo Akinyemi, Ayo Stephen Adebowale. 2016. Regional Differences in the Optimal Utilisation of Antenatal Care in Nigeria. Science Journal of Public Health 2016; 4(1): 43-48
  51. Bigala Paul, Adebowale Stephen Ayo and Natal Ayiga. 2015. Rural-Urban Contraceptive Use in Uganda: Evidence from UDHS 2011. J Hum Ecol, 52(3): 168-182
  52. Fagbamigbe AF, Adebowale AS, Morhason-Bello IO. (2015). Survival analysis of time to uptake of modern contraceptives among sexually active women of reproductive age in Nigeria. BMJ Open 2015;5:e008371.doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008371
  53. R. Eyelade, O.A. Adesina, I.F. Adewole, S.A. Adebowale. (2015). Blood Transfusion requirement during Caesarean Delivery: Risk factors. Ann Ibd. Pg. Med. Vol.13, No.1 29-35
  54. JO Akinyemi, AS Adebowale, EA Bamgboye, O Ayeni. (2015). Child Survival Dynamics in Nigeria: Is the 2006 Child Health Policy Target Met. Nigeria Journal of Health Sciences 15(1):18-26
  55. Morakinyo OA, Adebowale SA and Oloruntoba EO. (2015). Wealth status and sex differential of household head: implication for source of drinking water in Nigeria. Archives of Public Health 73:58. DOI 10.1186/s13690-015-0105-9
  56. Stephen Ayo Adebowale; Martin Enoch Palamuleni. (2015). Influence of gender preference and sex composition of surviving children on childbearing intention among high fertility married women in stable union in Malawi. African Health Sciences 15(1):150-160
  57. Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Martin Enoch Palamuleni, Clifford Obby Odimegwu. (2015). Wealth and under-nourishment among married women in two impoverished nations: evidence from Burkina Faso and Congo Democratic Republic. BMC Research Notes8:34-44
  58. Bigala Paul, Adebowale Stephen Ayo, Oladipo Samuel Ekundayo. (2014). Influence of HIV Testing on Knowledge of HIV/AIDS Prevention Practices and Transmission among Undergraduate Youths in North-West University, Mafikeng. Gender & Behaviour 2014, 12(2), 6286-6300
  59. Olubunmi Grace Ibitoye; Olutobi Adekunle Saanuade; Ayo Stephen Adebowale; Olusola Ayeni. (2014). Psychological Well-being of Elderly in Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Special Edition on Ageing in Nigeria. Vol. 12(1):74-85
  60. AA Fatiregun, AF Fagbamigbe, AS Adebowale (2014). Epidemiology of rubella disease in south-west Nigeria: trends and projection from measles case-based surveillance data. South Afr J Infect Dis; 29(2): 60-64
  61. ME Palamuleni, and AS Adebowale. (2014). "Women empowerment and the current use of long acting and permanent contraceptive: Evidence from 2010 Malawi Demographic and Health Survey". Malawi Medical Journal; 26 (3): 63-70 Sept. 2014
  62. A. Olowookere, A. A Fatiregun, S. A. Adebowale, O. O. Aluko, M. M. A. Ladipo and I. F. Adewole. (2014). Assessment of the living conditions of rural based people living with HIV/AIDS with clinical presentations in Nigeria. East African Medical Journal. Vol. 91 No. 10: 1-10
  63. Adebowale, S.A; Fagbamigbe, F.A; Bamgboye, E.A. (2014). Re-analysis of Nigerian 2006 Census Age Distribution using Growth Rate and Mortality Level. Southern African Journal of Demography. 15(1): 81-110
  64. Stephen A Adebowale; Sunday A Adedini. 2014. Indirect Estimation of Levels of Adult Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. Article published in a book Edited by Odimegwu Clifford. Routledge, Taylor and Francis 711 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017 Page 83-103
  65. Adebowale Ayo Stephen; Yusuf O Bidemi; Palamuleni Martin. (2014). Child’s Gender Preference: Is there Regional Difference among Married women in Stable Union in Nigeria? Gender & Behaviour, 12(3), 5868-5884
  66. Oluwabunmi Grace Ibitoye, Olutobi Adekunle Sanuade, Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Olusola Ayeni. (2014). The Determinants of Health Care Utilization among the Elderly in a Rural Community in Northern Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Volume 19(7):154-159
  67. Palamuleni Martin, Adebowale Ayo Stephen. (2014). Patterns of Premarital Childbearing among Unmarried Female Youths in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Demographic Health Survey. Scientific Research and Essays. Vol. 9(10): 421-430.
  68. Adebowale Ayo Stephen; Palamuleni Martin. (2014). Modern Contraceptive Use, Sex Refusal and Spousal Difference in Level of Education among Married Women in Nigeria: Are They Interrelated? International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 4, No. 6; April 2014
  69. Stephen A. Adebowale and Martin E. Palamuleni. (2014). Determinants of Unmet Need for Modern Contraception and Reasons for Non-use among Married Women in Rural Areas of Burkina Faso. African Population Studies, Vol. 28, No. 1, April 2014: 499-514
  70. Palamuleni, Martin E and Adebowale, Ayo S. (2014). Prevalence and Determinants of Unintended Pregnancies in Malawi. African Population Studies, Vol. 28, No. 1, April 2014: 551-563
  71. Adeniyi F.Fagbamigbe and Ayo S. Adebowale (2014). Current and Predicted Fertility using Poisson Regression Model: Evidence from 2008 Nigerian Demographic Health Survey. African Journal of Reproductive Health, Volume 18 Number 1 March 2014
  72. Stephen A. Adebowale; Martin E. Palamuleni (2014). Childbearing dynamics among married women of reproductive age in Nigeria: re-affirming the role of education. African Population Studies Vol 27, 2 Supp (Mar 2014)
  73. Stephen A Adebowale; Sunday A Adedini; Latifat D Ibisomi; Martin E Palamuleni. (2014). Differential effect of wealth quintile on modern contraceptive use and fertility: evidence from Malawian women BMC Women's Health 2014, 14:40
  74. Akinola A. Fatiregun, Ayo S. Adebowale and Adeniyi F. Fagbamigbe (2014). Epidemiology of measles in Southwest Nigeria: an analysis of measles case-based surveillance data from 2007 to 2012. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 108 (3): 133-140.
  75. Adebowale SA; Palamuleni ME. (2013). Cox-proportional Hazard Model of Gender Differentials in Determinants of Early Marriage: Evidence from 2010 Malawi Demographic Health and Survey. Gender & Behaviour 2013, 11(2), 5421-5438
  76. Stephen A. Adebowale, Ikeola A. Adeoye and Martin E. Palamuleni. (2013). Contraceptive use among Nigerian women with no fertility intention: interaction amid potential causative factors. African Population Studies 27, No 2, October 2013
  77. Akinola Ayoola Fatiregun, Ayo Stephen Adebowale, Rita Ogechi Ayoka and Adeniyi Francis Fagbamigbe. (2013). Assessing full immunisation coverage using lot quality assurance sampling in urban and rural districts of southwest Nigeria. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 107 (11): 731-740.
  78. Elizabeth O. Oloruntoba, Mynepalli K. C. Sridhar, Ramon T. Alabi and Stephen A. Adebowale. (2013). Nitrate concentration in drinking water supplies in selected communities of Ibadan Southeast local government, Ibadan, Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 7(7), pp. 702-710, July 2013
  79. Adebowale SA; Ajiboye VB; Arulogun O. (2013). Condom Use among Unmarried Male Youths in Nigeria: Modelling Socio-demographic Predictors. African Journal of Reproductive Health September 2013; 17(3)
  80. AF Fagbamigbe, FA Akanbiemu, AS Adebowale, AM Olumide; G Korter. (2013). Practice, Knowledge and Perceptions of Antenatal Care Services among Pregnant Women and Nursing Mothers in Southwest Nigeria. Sciknow Publications Ltd. International Journal of Maternal and Child Health. Vol. 1(1):7-16
  81. Omoniyi PI, Adebowale SA, Adedokun B. and Fawole OI. (2013). Assessment of human immune deficiency virus (HIV) prevalence estimate among women of childbearing age in Nigeria: Relative inclusion fertility ratios approach. Journal of AIDS and HIV Research. 5(6), pp. 188-195, June, 2013.
  82. Adebowale AS, Yusuf OB, Ogunbiyi BO and Omoniyi PI. (2013). Prevalence and predictors of willingness to care for relatives living with HIV/AIDS: Evidence from women of reproductive age in Nigeria. Journal of AIDS and HIV Research. Vol. 5(2), pp. 34-42
  83. FA Akanbiemu, A Manuwa-Olumide, AF Fagbamigbe and AS Adebowale. (2013). Effect of Perception and Free Maternal Health Services on Antenatal Care Facilities Utilization in Selected Rural and Semi-Urban Communities of Ondo State, Nigeria. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 3(3): 681-697, 2013 SCIENCE DOMAIN international
  84. Adebowale S.A; Titiloye, M.A; Fagbamigbe FA; Akinyemi JO. (2013). Statistical modeling of social risk factors for sexually transmitted diseases among female youths in Nigeria J Infect Dev Ctries 2013; 7(1):017-027.
  85. Kehinde Okanlawon, Ayo Stephen Adebowale & Ayotunde Titilayo (2012). Sexual hazards, life experiences and social circumstances among male sex workers in Nigeria. Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care 15. No. 1, 22-33
  86. Stephen A Adebowale, Francis A Fagbamigbe, Titus O Okareh, Ganiyu O Lawal (2012). Survival Analysis of Timing of First Marriage among Women of Reproductive age in Nigeria: Regional Differences. African Journal of Reproductive Health December 2012; 16(4): 95-107
  87. Adebowale, S.A; Atte, O; Ayeni.O (2012) Modeling Socio-demographic Factors Influencing Elderly Well-being: Evidence from a Rural Community in North Central Nigeria. Public Health Research 2012, 2(4): 92-101
  88. Okareh O.T, Adebowale S.A and Oyewole S.A. (2012). Hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria isolation and surfactant influence on the growth of organisms: A case study in Ibadan, Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology 11(63), pp. 12657-12663, 7 August, 2012
  89. O. Popoola., N.A. Ibrahim, F.O. Omodele, M.A. Oludara, S.A. Adebowale and A.I. Igwilo. 2012. Pattern of Spread of Breast Cancer among Patients attending Cancer Unit of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital. Asian Journal of Medical Sciences 4(3): 89-94, 2012
  90. Adebowale SA; Fagbamigbe FA; Bello SA. (2012). Refined age structure and Demographic Parameters Estimation in Nigeria: An Indirect Approach. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems. Vol.15(2012),No.1,pp.29-48
  91. Adebowale, S.A; Yusuf OB; Fagbamigbe FA (2012). Survival Probability and Predictors for Woman Experience Childhood Death in Nigeria: “Analysis of North-South Differentials”. BMC Public Health 12(1):430 (2012) PMID 22691616
  92. Abiona T; Adebowale SA; Fagbamigbe FA. (2012). Time Series Analysis of Patients Admitted to Accident and Emergency Units of University College Hospital, Ibadan. American Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 2012, 2(1): 1-9
  93. Fagbamigbe A.F; Adebowale A.S; Olaniyan F.A. (2011). A Comparative Analysis of Condom Use among Unmarried Youths in Rural Community in Nigeria. Public Health Research. 2011; 1(1): 8-16
  94. Adebowale, S.A; Fagbamigbe, F.A; Bamgboye, E.A (2011). Contraceptive Use: Implication for Completed Fertility, Parity Progression and Maternal Nutritional Status in Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health December 2011;15(4):60
  95. Adebowale, S.A; Akinyemi, J.O. (2011). Parity Progression and Birth Interval Analysis: An Implication for Under-Five Mortality in Ekiti State, Southwestern Nigeria”. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research 2011 1(12): 3012-3022.
  96. Apau GS; Fagbamigbe AF; Adebowale SA; Bamgboye, EA. (2011). Modelling morbidity related absenteeism among workers in University of Ibadan Community, Nigeria: Poisson regression. International Journal of the Physical Sciences 6(18), pp. 4458-4465
  97. Adebowale, SA; Adepoju, OT; Fagbamigbe, FA. (2011). Child Spacing and Parity Progression: Implication for Maternal Nutritional Status among Women in Ekiti Communities, Southwest Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition10 (5) pp.485-491, 2011
  98. Adebowale, S.A; Adepoju, O.T; Okareh, T.O; Fagbamigbe, F.A. (2011). Social Epidemiology of Adverse Nutritional Status Outcomes among Women in Nigeria: NDHS, 2008. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 10 (9): 888-898, 2011
  99. Adebowale, S.A; Oluboyede, E.D (2011). Network Analysis and Building Construction: Implications for Timing and Costing of Activities. Journal of Civil Engineering and Construction Technology. Vol. 2(5), pp. 90-100, May 2011
  100. Fagbamigbe, F.A; Adebowale, S.A (2010). A Model for Measuring Association between Bivariate Censored Outcome. Journal of Modern Mathematics and Statistics 4(4), pp. 127-136, 2010
  101. Adebowale, S.A; Fagbamigbe, F.A.; Bamgboye E.A (2010). Rural-Urban Differential in Maternal Mortality Estimate in Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Medical and Applied Biosciences 2, pp. 74-91, September, 2010
  102. Yusuf, O.B; Adebowale, S.A; Fagbamigbe, F.A; Bamgboye, E.A; Oyediran, A.A (2010). Profile of Academic and Senior Non-Teaching Staff in a Nigerian University Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies2(9), pp. 92-98, September, 2010

PUBLISHED TEXT BOOK

  1. Adebowale, SA (2006). Statistics for Engineers, Managers and Scientists. 677 pages (Published Textbook)
  2. Adebowale, SA; Adeosun, TA (2004). Calculus and its applications in Engineering, Management and Sciences. 356 pages (Published Textbook)

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS ALREADY PUBLISHED:

  1. Adebowale, A.S., and Adedini, S.A. (2014). Chapter 5: Indirect Estimation of Levels of Adult Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. In Odimegwu, C.O. and Kekovole, J. (Eds): Continuity and Change in Sub-Saharan African Demography. 83-103 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-71194-4 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 80%).
  2. Adebowale, SA (2019). Design effect and Effect size in Biomedical Research. Chapter 5: Some selected Topics in Medical Statistics. In Adebowale S.A. and Akinyemi J.O. ANDKOLADS Nig. Ltd. 108-129 pp. ISBN: 978 – 978 – 546 – 339 - 6 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 100%).
  3. Adebowale, SA (2019). Sample Size Determination and Use in Biomedical Research. Chapter 5: In Adebowale S.A. and Akinyemi J.O. ANDKOLADS Nig. Ltd. 86-107 pp. ISBN: 978 – 978 – 546 – 339 - 6 (United Kingdom) (Contribution: 100%)

CONFERENCE PROCEEDING:

  1. Gabriel Anosike Iroh, Gabriel Ogundipe, Ikeoluwa Ajayi, Patrick Nguku, Stephen Ayo Adebowale. 2018. Trends of dog bite, clinical human rabies and anti-rabies vaccination coverage in Imo State, Nigeria: 2005 – 2014. Pan African Medical Journal - Conference Proceedings. Apr 2018; 8(8): 61. doi:10.11604/pamj.cp .2018.8.61.643
  2. Yusuff H.A., Okunromade, O., Adebayo, B., Bisiriyu H., Agbalaya A., Ayeola, N., Obani, H., Anyanwu, M., Osigwe U., Osundina, F., Adebowale, S., Nguku, P. (2018). Knowledge, perception and practices regarding lassa fever during an outbreak in Lagos State, Nigeria, 2016. Pan African Medical Journal - Conference Proceedings. Apr 2018; 8(8): 45. doi:10.11604/pamj.cp.2018.8.45.627

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