May 24, 2018

MRS. OYEYIPO, FUNMILAYO MUJIDAT

PART A:                     PERSONAL DATA

Department:                            MICROBIOLOGY

College/ Faculty:                     SCIENCE

  Nationality:                             NIGERIAN

Marital Status:                         MARRIED

Number of Children:               TWO, 3YEARS, 1MONTH

Name and Address of Spouse: MR. O.O OYEYIPO, 2, IWESI, OFF IMOWO ROAD, IJEBU- ODE, OGUN STATE.

Name and Address of Next-of Kin: MR. O.O OYEYIPO, 2, IWESI, OFF IMOWO ROAD, IJEBU- ODE, OGUN STATE.

Date of First Appointment with the University: 13TH JUNE, 2016.

Date of Last Promotion/Regrading:               N/A

Date of Confirmation of Appointment:          N/A

If not Confirmed, Why?:                                N/A

Period of Present Contract:                            N/A                  

Total Number of Years of Teaching and Research

(a)    Polytechnic/ College of Education:                N/A

(b)   University:                                                      FIVE YEARS

B.        EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUN

1. Academic Qualifications/ Institutions Attended With Dates

PhD., MICROBIOLOGY, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULCURE, NIGERIA  IN-VIEW

M.Sc., MICROBIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT, NIGERIA       2012

B.Sc., MICROBIOLOGY, OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA        2007

WASSCE, IJEBU MUSLIM COLLEGE, IJEBU-ODE, NIGERIA.                            2000

2. Current Higher Degree Programme Registered for (if any): PhD. (IN VIEW),     FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, ABEOKUTA, NIGERIA.                     

3. Awards and Distinction:

AMBASSADOR, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCIENCE STUDENT (NASS), OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY CHAPTER, AGO-IWOYE, OGUN-STATE.

C. WORK EXPERIENCE

1. Previous Work Experience outside the University System

INDUSTRIAL TRAINEE, NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION, IBADAN, OYO STATE.                                             2003- 2004

NYSC, ABULOMA COMMUNITY SECONDARY SCHOOL, PORT-HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE.                                                                                  2008-2009

MARKETER, FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK, SURULERE, LAGOS STATE.      2012- 2013.                                                                                                                      

2. Previous Work Experience in Other Universities

ASSISTANT LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY, ODUDUWA UNIVERSITY, IPETUMODU, OSUN STATE, NIGERIA                          2013- 2015.

3. Details of Professional Experience at Olabisi Onabanjo University

Teaching Function:

MCB 309-              Food Microbiology (2016/2017, 2017/2018)             

MCB 407-             Industrial Microbiology (2016/2017)

MCB 390-             Industrial Field Experience and Training (2016/2017)

MCB 499-             Research Project (2016/2017, 2017/2018)

MCB 401-             Seminar (2016/2017, 2017/2018)

MCB 206-             Basic techniques in microbiology (2015/2016, 2016/2017)

MCB 203-              Introductory Virology (2017/2018)

MCB 313-              Pathogenic Mycology (2017/2018)

I. Research (completed/ On-going)

COMPARATIVE MICROBIAL PROFILES AND SHELF-LIFE QUALITIES OF LAFUN AND AMALA-LAFUN (NIGERIAN FERMENTED PRODUCTS).

 MULTI-MYCOTOXIN EXPOSURE OF CHIDREN WHO CONSUME BUSCUIT SOLD IN ABEOKUTA, SOUTH – WESTERN NIGERIA.

               IIAdministrative functions and contribution to the University

ASSISTANT SIWES COORDINATOR, DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY (2015/2016, 2016/2017, 2017/2018)

100 LEVEL ADVISER (2016/2017), 200 LEVEL (2017/2018).

III Contribution to the Nation: N/A

D. MEMBERSHIP OF AND REGISTRATION WITH PROFESSIONAL BODIES:

GRADUATE MEMBER, NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT

MEMBER OF AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY (ASM)

E.  Conferences / Workshops/ Seminars attended with dates:

(i) Onasoga, F. M. (2014). Students’ Misconducts and Cultism in Institutions of Higher Learning: A Panacea. Presented at 1st International Conference of Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu, Osun State, Nigeria.

(ii) Oyeyipo, F.M. and Oyeyipo, O.O. (2017). Co-fermentation of maize (Zea mays) and African Bread fruit seed (Treculia africana) for the production of improved ‘OGI’. Presented at the 1st International Conference of Faculty of Science, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State. Pg 24 of book of abstract.

(iii) Oyeyipo, FM., Adesetan, T.O. and Oni, O.O. (2017). Mycoburden of tomato (lycopersicum esculentum mill), inoculation-induced mycotoxin production and control by passive modified atmosphere. Presented at the Maiden Bioscience Annual Conference, College Of Bioscience, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. Pg. of book of abstract.

F. PUBLICATIONS

Onasoga, F.M., Ayodele, D.O. and Oyeyipo, O.O. (2014). Chemical changes during the fortification of cassava meal (Gari) with African breadfruit (Treculia africana) residue. Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management. 18 (3): 506-512.

Oyeyipo, O.O. and Onasoga, F.M. (2015). Incidence and Speciation of Candida species among Non-gravid young females in Ilorin, North Central, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management. 19(4): 680-685.

Oyeyipo, O.O. and Onasoga, F.M. (2015). Antimicrobial potency of hydro, acetone and ethanolic extracts of Treculia africana Decne Root and Stem Bark. Journal of Applied Science and Environmental Management. 19(4): 687-693.

Oyeyipo, O.O., Oyeyipo, F.M. and Ayah, I.R. (2017). Aflatoxin (M1 and B1) Contamination of Locally Repacked Milk Powder in South-Western Nigeria.  Sokoto Journal of Medical Laboratory Science. 2(3): 175 – 187.

Oyeyipo, O.O., Oyeyipo, F.M. and Ayah, I.R. (2017). Bio-Burden and Antibacterial Susceptibility Pattern of Repacked Milk Powder on Sale in Ogun State Markets, South-Western Nigeria. Sokoto Journal of Medical Laboratory Science. 2(3): 156 – 166.

Oyeyipo, FM., Adesetan, T.O. and Egberongbe, H.O. (2017). Mycoburden of tomato (lycopersicum esculentum mill), inoculation-induced mycotoxin production and control by passive modified atmosphere. Journal of Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology. (Submitted).

Oyeyipo, F.M. and Oyeyipo, O.O. (2017). Co-fermention of maize (Zea mays) and african bread fruit seed (Treculia africana) for the production of improved “ogi”. African Journal of science and nature. (Submitted).

 

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