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ADEBIYI ADENIYI ADEKUNLE 

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Dr. Adebiyi A.A hails from Ilaro, Ogun state, Nigeria and holds Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) and Masters of Veterinary Clinical Pathology Degrees, both from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and currently undertaking Doctor of philosophy (PhD) research in Veterinary Clinical Pathology. Dr. Adebiyi joined the service if the University in year 2011 as a lecturer II and has since been involved in teaching, research and extension service. He teaches undergraduate courses in Veterinary Pathology to 300, 400, 500 levels and final year students in the College of Veterinary Medicine. His research focuses on diagnosis and pathogenesis of common diseases of animals, especially haemo-parasitic diseases, with over 17 publications in various local and international peer-reviewed journals. He is a USDA-African Faculty Exchange Program at the Michigan State University, USA in year 2016 and has attended several international and local academic conferences. Dr. Adebiyi also serves as a Registrar in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, FUNAAB, where he renders diagnostic services. He is a registered member of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association and his hobbies include livestock farming, reading and surfing the net.

Masters of Veterinary Science (MVSc) 2016
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) 2011
West African School Certificate (WASC) 2001

i. Completed
• Evaluation of Serum TNF-alpha Activities, Reticulocyte and Leukocyte Counts in Experimental Canine Babesiosis.
ii. In Progress
• Role of Immunity in Therapeutic Failure during Vincristine Treatment of Dogs with Transmissible Venereal Tumour.

United States Department of Agriculture Travel Fellowship (August – December, 2016)

Member Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association

5th Innovation in Veterinary Simulation in Teaching (InVest) Conference, Pretoria, South Africa. 9 – 12th April, 2017.
120th American Association of Veterinary Laboratory
Diagnostician / United States Animal Health Association Conference. North Carolina, U.S.A. 13 – 19th October, 2016.
49th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association. Ado-Ekiti. Ekiti State, Nigeria November, 2012

i. Journal Articles in Print
1. Ajayi, O.L., Adebiyi, A.A., Oni, O.O., Olaniyi, M.O., Jagun, A.T. (2012). Serological and Pathological Assessment of lymphoid organs in Chicken fed with graded levels of fermented and unfermented Cassava diets. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa. 60: 469-480. Published by African Union-Inter-African Bureau of Animal Resources; http://www.au-ibar.org/bulletin.
2. Mshelbwala, F.M., Adebiyi, A.A., Olaniyi, M.O., Ajayi, O.L., and Omotainse, S.O. (2013). Foreign body induced hepatic and splenic abscess in a 3 year – old female Dangola Horse. Tropical Veterinarian. 31(3); 128-134. Published by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan.; http://www.ajol.info.journal.
3. Mshelbwala, F.M., Omotainse, S.O., Ajayi, O.L., Olaniyi, M.O., Adebiyi, A.A., Takeet, M.I., Adebayo, O.O., Kasali, O.B. (2015). Canine trypanosomosis: Clinical and morphological pathology associated with natural infection of Trypanosoma congolense in exotic breeds of dog in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology. 36(2): 85-90. Published by Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria; https://www.ajol.info/index.php/njpar.
4. Mshelbwala, F.M., Ajayi, O.L., Adebiyi, A.A., Olaniyi, M.O., and Omotainse, S.O., Omotainse, O.S., Oluwabi, M.T., Ojebiyi, O.E., Akpavie, S.O and Kadiri, A.K.F. (2016). Retrospective studies on the prevalence, morphological pathology and aetiology of renal failure of dogs in Lagos and Abeokuta, Nigeria. Nigerian Veterinary Journal. 37(4): 206-216. Published by Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association.
5. Adebiyi, A.A., Bello, O.S., Adeniyi, A.A., Ajayi, O.L., Ajadi, R.A. (2017). Rhabdomyosarcoma in a 7 year old male Rottweiler. Tropical Veterinarian. Published by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan; http://www.ajol.info.journal. 35(3): 123-129.
6. Mshelbwala, F.M., Adebiyi, A.A., Ajayi, O.L., Olaniyi, M.O., Oloye, A.A., Adebayo, O.O., Sanni, I.O., Kadiri, A.K.F., Abakpa, S.A.V.(2017). Rumen Impaction: Retrospective study on the prevalence, clinical findings, gross pathology and causes in sheep and goat reared in tropical rain forest of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production. 44(4): 61-70. Published by Nigerian society for animal production.
7. Ajadi, R.A., Sobanke, O.A., Adeniyi, A.A., Adeusi, A.A., Adebiyi, A.A., Akinloye, A.K. (2017). Influence of tramadol on anaesthetic indices and Physiological parameters of epidural Lignocaine in West African Dwarf Sheep undergoing laparo-ovariectomy. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences. 32(2): 165-170. Published by Nigerian Society of Physiological Sciences; http://www.njps.com.ng.
8. Ajadi, T.A., Kayode-Adekoya, I.T., Adebayo, O.O., Ajayi, O.L., Adebiyi, A.A. (2017). Luteinized Granulosa cell tumour in a seven year old female Rottweiler. Tropical Veterinarian. Published by Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan; http://www.ajol.info.journal.
9. Ajadi, R. A., Adebiyi, A.A., Otesile, E.B., Kasali, O.B. (2018). Erythrocyte sedimentation rates and leukogram changes in canine model of osteoarthritis. Nigerian Journal of Physiological Sciences. 33(1): (In press). Published by Nigerian Society of Physiological Sciences. http://www.njps.com.ng.
10. Ajayi, O.L., Antia, R.E., Ojo, O.E., Olaniyi, M.O., Awoyomi, O.J., Mshelbwala, F.M., Adebiyi, A.A., Oluwabi, T.M., Kehinde., O.O. (2018). Preliminary studies on pathogenic Leptospira spp. in slaughtered pigs in Abeokuta, Ogun state, Nigeria. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa. 66(2): 181-190. Published by African Union-Inter-African Bureau of Animal Resources; http://www.au-ibar.org/bulletin.
11. Mshelbwala, F.M., Ibrahim, N.D.G., Saidu, N.S., Azeez, A.A., Kwanashie, C.N., Anise, E.O., Akinleye, O. S., Kadiri, A.K., Adebiyi, A.A., Ajayi, O.L., Olaniyi, M.O. (2018). Clinical signs, pathomophological and immunohistochemical changes in the visceral organs of chicken naturally infected with some motile Salmonella serotypes in Lagos, Ogun and Oyo States, Nigeria. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa. 66(2): 181-190. Published by African Union-Inter-African Bureau of Animal Resources; http://www.au-ibar.org/bulletin.

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