AGBOTOBA, Modupe O. (Mrs)

Degree:            B. Sc., M. Sc.
E-mail:                bolaagbotoba@yahoo.co.uk
Tel:                +234-803-717-4927
Fax:                234-39-243045
Department:            Industrial Park Unit   
Designation:             Assistant Production Manager 
Current position:         Assistant Production Manager
Area of specialization:    Food Science & Technology 

Detailed Resume
ACADEMIC DEGREES WITH DATE
    M. Sc. (Food Technology)                            1991
    B. Sc. (Food Technology )                            1987
    West African School Certificate                      1981
INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATE   
    University of  Ibadan                                 1990 – 1991
    University of  Ibadan                                 1983 – 1987
    Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife            1982 – 1983
    The Polytechnic, Ibadan                            1981 – 1982

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
    Member, Nigerian Institute of Food Technology (NIFST)
PRIZES, HONOURS, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION   
    Best Student Performance (Secondary School)
    Best Student in Conduct

PUBLICATION
Thesis:
a.    M. Sc.: Effect of stage of ripeness and processing conditions on the quality of part-fried frozen plantain  slices.
b.    B. Sc.: Microbiology of processed fish

1.    Taiwo, A. A. Agbotoba M. O., Oyedepo, J. A. Shobo O. A., Oluwadare I and Olawunmi M. O. Effect of Drying Methods on properties of watermelon seed oil, African Journal of Food Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, Vol. 8, No. 4, 2008.
2.    Agbotoba M. O. and Lanre-Iyanda, Y. A. : Effect of delayed proceeding of cassava (Manihot esulenta) tubers: 1 Yield & chemical quality of Tapioca. In conference proceedings: 28th Annual NIFST Conference, 12th – 14th October 2004, Ibadan.
3.    Agbotoba M. O. and Lanre-Iyanda, Y. A. : Effect of delayed processing of cassava (Manihot esculenta) tubers: 2 Pasting characteristics of Tapioca. In conference proceedings: 28th Annual NIFST Conference, 12th – 14th October 2004, Ibadan.
4.    Agbotoba M. O. Ascorbic acid and mineral (ash) content of bitter-leaf vegetable (Venonia amygdalina ) as affected by different debittering methods. In Conference proceedings: 26th Annual NIFST Conference, 4th – 8th November 2002, Owerri.
5.    Agbotoba M. O.  and Akinsete, J. A. Effect of various debittering methods on the sensory attributes of bitter-leaf (Vernonia Amygdalima). In conference proceeding: 24th Annual NIFST Conference, 20th – 24th November 2000, Bauchi, pg 106 – 107.

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