Adeyemi Oluyomi Profile

DR ADEYEMI OLUYOMI


   

Biochemistry

adeyemi.oluyomi@lmu.edu.ng

Adeyemi is a life scientist with several teaching and research experience in the university system. He is currently a faculty member at the Landmark University, Nigeria. He had Bsc (Hons), MSc and PhD degrees in Biochemistry specializing in Medicinal Biochemistry and Toxicology. His research interests cover drug discovery, phytomedicine and nanomedicine. Dr Adeyemi is an erudite scholarand a passionate academic mentor who accords significance to impacting lives through public service and outreach. He is always enthusiastic and fervent about the training of students to become graduate entrepreneurial and innovative thinkers capable of developing the next great idea in order to create opportunities for others. He encourages and supports academic strategies, that could help establish strong reputation for excellence and quality academic mentorship by emphasizing the teaching of students to think rather than to just pass the examinations.Dr. Adeyemi  has published books, chapters in book as well as several research articles. Dr. Adeyemi is a recipient of several awards and fellowships and he enjoys the membership of several professional societies such as the American College of Toxicology (ACT) and the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ESCMID) amongst others. He also reviews for and serves on the editorial board of several national and international journals. Extracurricularly, Dr. Adeyemi engages in educational and Church outreaches and he likes to play chess game.

1.Adeyemi OS, Sulaiman FA. (2015). Evaluation of metal nanoparticles for drug delivery systems. J Biomed Res, 29(2): 145-149

2.Sulaiman FA, Adeyemi OS, Akanji MA, Oloyede HOB, Sulaiman AA, Olatunde A, Hoseni A, Olowolafe Y, Nlebedim R, Murtala H, Nafiu MO, Salawu M. (2015). Biochemical and morphological alterations caused by silver nanoparticles in Wistar rats. J. Acute Med, 5(4): 96-102

3.Adeyemi OS, Whiteley CG. (2014).Interaction of nanoparticles with recombinant arginine kinase fromTrypanosoma brucei: Thermodynamic and spectrofluorimetric evaluation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1840:701-706.

4.Adeyemi OS, Whiteley CG. (2013).Interaction of nanoparticles with arginine kinase fromTrypanosoma brucei: Kinetic and mechanistic evaluation. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 62:450-6.

5.Adeyemi OS, Edkins AL, Whiteley CG. (2013). Metal nanoparticles caused death of metastatic MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells. Toxicol Lett. 221:S243

6.Adeyemi OS, Sulaiman FA (2012). Biochemical and morphological changes in Trypanosoma brucei brucei- infected rats treated with homidium chloride and diminazene aceturate. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol. 23(4): 179 - 183

7.Adeyemi OS, Sykes ML, Akanji MA, Avery VM (2011). Anti-trypanosoma and cytotoxic activity of ethanolic extracts of Psidium guajava leaves in Alamar Blue based assays. Vet. Arhiv, 81(5): 623-633.

8.Adeyemi, OS, Akanji MA (2010). Psidium guajava leaf extract: Effects on rat serum homeostasis and tissue morphology. Comp Clin Pathol, 21: 401-407

9.Atolani O, Adeyemi OS, Essiet A, Adeosun BC, Olatunji AG (2011). Chemical composition and antioxidant potentials of kigelia pinnata root oil and extracts. EXCLI, 10: 264 - 273.

10.Adeyemi OS, Akanji MA (2011). Iron and nitric oxide play key role in the development of cardiovascular disorder. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Science, 3(9): 249 - 253.

11.Adeyemi OS, Akanji MA, Johnson TO, Ekanem JT (2011). Iron and nitric oxide balance in African Trypanosomosis: Is there really a link? Asian J. Biochem. 6(1): 15 - 28.

12.Adeyemi OS, Akanji MA, Ekanem JT (2010). Anti-anaemic properties of the ethanolic extracts of Psidium guajava in Trypanosoma brucei brucei infected rats. Research Journal of Pharmacology, 4(3): 74 77

13.Adeyemi, OS, Akanji MA (2010). Psidium guajava leaf extract: Effects on rat serum homeostasis and tissue morphology. Comp Clin Pathol, 21: 401-407

14.Adeyemi, OS, Akanji MA (2010). Biochemical changes in the kidney and liver of rats following administration of ethanolic extract of Psidium guajava leaves. Human and Experimental Toxicology, 30(9): 1266-1274.

15.Sulaiman FA, Adeyemi OS (2010). Changes in haematological indices and protein concentrations in Trypanosoma infected-rats treated with homidium chloride and diminazene aceturate. EXCLI Journal; 9:39-45

16.Atolani O, Olatunji AG, Adeyemi OS, Fayemi OS (2009). Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Activity of Cuticular Wax from Kigelia Africana. FABAD J. Pharm. Sci., 34: 67-72

17.Akanji MA, Adeyemi OS, Oguntoye SO, Sulyman F (2009). Psidium guajava extract reduces trypanosomosis associated lipid peroxidation and raises glutathione concentrations in infected animals. EXCLI Journal 8:148-154

18.Adeyemi OS, Akanji MA, Oguntoye SA (2009). Ethanolic leaf extract of Psidium guajava: Phytochemical and trypanocidal activity in rats infected with Trypanosoma brucei brucei. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research 3(5) : 420-423

1.Adeyemi OS, Sulaiman FA. (2015). Evaluation of metal nanoparticles for drug delivery systems. J Biomed Res, 29(2): 145-149

2.Sulaiman FA, Adeyemi OS, Akanji MA, Oloyede HOB, Sulaiman AA, Olatunde A, Hoseni A, Olowolafe Y, Nlebedim R, Murtala H, Nafiu MO, Salawu M. (2015). Biochemical and morphological alterations caused by silver nanoparticles in Wistar rats. J. Acute Med, 5(4): 96-102

3.Adeyemi OS, Whiteley CG. (2014).Interaction of nanoparticles with recombinant arginine kinase fromTrypanosoma brucei: Thermodynamic and spectrofluorimetric evaluation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1840:701-706.

4.Adeyemi OS, Whiteley CG. (2013).Interaction of nanoparticles with arginine kinase fromTrypanosoma brucei: Kinetic and mechanistic evaluation. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 62:450-6.

5.Adeyemi OS, Edkins AL, Whiteley CG. (2013). Metal nanoparticles caused death of metastatic MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cells. Toxicol Lett. 221:S243

Metabolic Regulation; Chemistry and Metabolism of Carbohydrates; Analytical Biochemistry; Regulatory & Analytical Biochemistry; Xenobiochemistry and Toxicology; Bioinorganic Chemistry; Enzymology; Advanced Enzymology; Tissue Biochemistry & Immunochemistry; Introductory Molecular Biology; Comparative Biochemistry; Clinical & Forensic Biochemistry; Biochemical Reasoning; Phamaceutical Biochemistry

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