Adebambo, Ayotunde O: Awards Received

  1. Fellow Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action (MSCA), Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). European Commission project on “Blood Test for Clinical Therapy Guidance of Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients” (LungCARD). 2017 – Ongoing.

Training at STAB VIDA Genetics Laboratory, Caparica, Portugal on cancer variants detection using Sanger sequencing and Fragment analysis. Ion Torrent sequencing, Point-of-care technology, Lab-on-a-chip technology – April 2017

Training at Universidade De Tras-Os-Montes E Alto Douro, Vila Real, Porto, Portugal in

karyogenomics, cell culture, real-time PCR technology for High Resolution Meltdown analysis, quantitative PCR analyis, Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencing Technology – April-June, 2018

Training at Centre for Medical Genomics – OMICRON, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland on Gene expression analysis, Illumina and Ion Torrent sequencing. – July 2018

  1. Recipient of the Bill and Melinda Gates Program for Emerging Agricultural Research Leaders (PEARL) Oct. 2014 – 2017.
  1. Recipient of the C.V. Raman International Fellowship for African Researchers grant for 6 months postdoctoral study in Genome wide association study of Mithun (Bos frontalis). Jul. 2013 – Dec.
  1. Recipient of the Science and Technology Education in Post Basic  Project  (STEP-B)  grant  for  3  months training in Genome wide association study of Nigerian indigenous chicken at University of Nottingham funded by World Bank on Biotechnologies applicable to Agricultural production in Nigeria. Dec. 2012 – Feb.
  1. Recipient of the Institute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (IFSERAR), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta grant to carry out characterization of Nigerian indigenous chicken ecotypes using microsatellite
  1. Recipient of the Science and Technology Education in Post  Basic  Project  (STEP-B)  grant  for  ongoing research project funded by World Bank on Biotechnologies applicable to Agricultural production in
  1. Recipient of the award to characterize the Nigerian indigenous chicken. Funded by International Livestock Research Institute, Kenya. Under the supervision of Dr. Olivier Hanotte Project Leader BT02, Animal Genetic Resources. 2006-
  1. Member of the group that obtained Outstanding Research Award for the presentation of a research project of high standard and relevance to national development at the 1st Nigerian universities research and development fair held at Abuja, 22nd to 25th November, 2004
  2. Member of the group that obtained Outstanding Research Award for the presentation of a research project of high standard and relevance to national development at the 2nd Nigerian universities research and development fair held at Abuja, December,

Last Updated on April 17, 2019 by FUNAAB

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