Ph.D.: Epidemiological study of malaria and typhoid infection in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
M.Sc.: Automated Bile Acids for diagnosis of liver diseases.
b) ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNALS:
(1) Ojo, D.A. and Mafiana, C.F. (2001). : Evaluation of fever in Presumptive Diagnosis of Malaria and Typhoid Infections in Area of High Malaria Endemicity. The Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 22: 35 – 42.
(2) Ademuyiwa, O., Arowolo, T., Ojo, D.A., Odukoya, O.O., Yusuf, A.A. and Akinbami, T.F. (2002). : Lead level in blood and urine of some residents of Abeokuta, Nigeria. Elements and Electrolytes, 19: 63 – 69.
(3) Mafiana, C.F., Ekpo, U.F. and Ojo, D.A. (2003). : Urinary Schistosomiasis in preschool children in settlements around Oyan Reservoir in Ogun State, Nigeria: Implications for Control. Tropical Medicine and International Health. 8: 78 – 82. [Abstract]
*(4) Ojo, D.A., Mafiana, C.F. and Oluloro, Y.J. (2004). : A Study of Pathogenic Bacteria commonly Associated with Gastroenteritis in school children in Abeokuta South Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. Biosciences Biotechnology Research, Asia 2: 89 – 92.
*(5) Ademuyiwa, O., Ugbaja, R.N., Ojo, D.A., Owoigbe, A.O. and Adeokun, S.E. (2005). : Reversal aminolevulinic acid dehydrortase (ALAD) inhibition and reduction of erythrocyte PROTOPORPHYRIN LEVELS BY Vitamin C in occupational lead exposure in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology. 22: 404 – 411.
*(6) Ojo, D.A. and Mafiana, C.F. (2005). : Malaria in endemic area of Ogun State, Nigeria: Investigation of Perceptions, Practices among residents and health providers. Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia. 3: 77 – 84.
*(7) Ojo, D.A. and Idowu, A.A. (2005): Evaluating of human immunodeficiency virus and malaria parasitaemia among pregnant women in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Southwestern Nigeria. Biosciences Biotechnology Asia. 3: 193 – 198.
*(8) Ojo, D.A., Mafiana, C.F. and Adeniran-Sonola, A. (2006): Prevalence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Human Immunodeficiency virus infection in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology. 28: 39 – 43.
*(9) Ojo, D.A., Mafiana, C.F. and Adeniran-Sonola, A. (2006): Haematological and biochemical evaluation of malaria endemicity among workers of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology. 20: 710 – 717.
*(10) Popoola, T.O.S., Ojo, D. A. and Alabi, R. O. (2006). : Prevalence of dermatophytosis in junior secondary school children in Ogun State, Nigeria. Mycoses. 49: 499 – 503.
*(11) Adeleke, O.E., Adepoju, T.J. and Ojo, D.A. (2006): Prevalence of typhoid fever and antibiotic susceptibility pattern of its causative agent, Salmonella typhi. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology. 20(3): 1191-1197
*(12) Ojo, D.A., Popoola, T.O.S. and Orimakinde, O. F. (2007). : In-Vitro Growth Inhibition of Some Wound Infecting and Enteric Pathogens by Honey. Journal Phytopharmacotherapy & Natural Products. 1: 57 – 61.
PAPERS ALREADY ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION
*(13) Ojo, D.A. and Oyetunji, A.O. (2007). : Sero-Prevalence of Syphilis Among Pregnant Women in Osogbo in Southwest Nigeria. Asset.
*(14) Ojo, D.A., Akpan, I. and Mafiana, C.F. (2007): Asymptomatic and Symptomatic Urinary Tract Infection in a Nigerian Community. Asset.
*(15) Ojo, D.A. and Mafiana, C.F. (2007): Prevalence of malaria and typhoid infections in endemic community of Ogun State, Nigeria. Biological and Environmental Science Journal for the Tropics (BEST).