Dr. (Mrs.)

OLADOYINBO Catherine Adebukola 

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Catherine Adebukola Oladoyinbo (PhD), is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB) and a fellow of the African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD). Her expertise and leadership is in Community/Public Health Nutrition and behavioural Science. She is the African Principal Investigator (PI) of the Africa Behavioural Research (ABeR) Centre and the site PI for the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium (CaPTC) FUNAAB.

Dr Oladoyinbo has worked in various communities in South-West Nigeria, on creating awareness and educating people in the community on behavioural and lifestyle changes to prevent Non-Communicable Disease (NCDs). Her research focus is on providing evidence-based interventions for the prevention of Non- communicable Diseases through dietary, environmental and lifestyle behavioural modifications.

Dr Oladoyinbo has established some research collaborations within Nigeria and internationally and in capacity building, she has successfully supervised several undergraduate students, mentored 16 pre-doctoral students and 1 post-doctoral scholar. As a scholar, she has won five fellowships from African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD), Nestle Nutrition Institute Africa (NNIA), the WagenigenCentre for Development and Innovations and the University of Ibadan.

She won a seed grant in 2015 on the Validation of an Environmental Behavioural Risk Survey Instrument for Studies of Prostate Cancer in Western Nigeria from the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium (CaPTC) and University of Florida. She was recipient of an award funded by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) for a study focused on the development, standardization and adoption of locally produced complementary food in Nigeria. The ABeR Center,is a three-time awardee of the NCI/CGH research training awardfor training of academic behavioural scientists and residents in Basic behavioural science, Behavioural intervention trials and Implementation Science.

She is a member of Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN), America Society for Nutrition (ASN), Nigeria Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST), The Nutrition Society (NS)World Public Health Nutrition Association (WPHNA) and the African Organization for Research and Training in Cancer (AORTIC).

Ph.D. University of Ibadan, Ibadan – 2012
M.Sc University of Ibadan, Ibadan – 2004
B.Sc. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife – 2001
ND Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikosi Ketu – 1995
SSSLC Lagos State Model College, Kankon – 1992
FSLC Akoka Primary School, Akoka, Lagos – 1986

i. Dietary Diversity and Nutrient Intake adequacy among Adult Women in Iwo Local Government Area of Osun State.
ii. Nutritional Status, Malaria and Prevalence of Anemia among Under-Five Children in Abeokuta South Local Government Area in Ogun State
iii. Nutritional status and intestinal parasitic infection among primary school children in Ogun state.
iv. Development and standardization of complementary foods made from locally available food products.

(ii) In Progress
i. Implementation Research on assessment of the school feeding program in Osun state
ii. Diabetes and Hypertension among adults in Ogun State
iii. Reasons for non-adherence to dietary advice among hypertensive patients attending hospitals in Ogun state.
iv. Dietary habits and Lifestyle of Men with prostate Cancer
v. Reducing the Burden of Prostate Cancers among Pesticides Applicators Using the Theory of Health Behaviour Change

1. Travel grant to attend the International Symposium on Understanding the Double Burden of Malnutrition for Effective Interventions, IAEA’s Headquarters in Vienna, Austria, December10 – 13, 2018

2. Travel grant to attend the Global Congress on Oncology Clinical Trials in Blacks Conference, Lagos State University Teaching Hospitaland the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium (CaPTC), Sheraton Hotel Ikeja, November 14 -16, 2018

3. Travel grant to attend the 5thBiennial Science of Global Prostate Cancer Disparities Conference, University of Florida and the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium (CaPTC), University of Ilorin,November 7-10, 2018

4. Best Academic Staff of the Year Nutrition and Dietetic Students Association (NUDSA) Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, September, 2017

5. Travel Award to attend 4th Biennial Science of Global Prostate Cancer Disparities Conference, University of Florida and the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium (CaPTC), Orlando Florida, November 9-12, 2016

6. Best Academic Staff of the Year Nutrition and Dietetic Students Association (NUDSA) Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, September, 2015

7. Nestle Nutrition Institute Africa (NNIA) Scholarship to attend the 11th Africa Nutrition Leadership Program, Elgro River Lodge, District Potchefstroom, South- Africa. March 10 –20, 2013

i. Speaker, Youth and Health, a Program organized by Gender Issues and Youth Development (GIYD) of the Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre (AMREC) for Secondary School Students, Postgraduate Hall Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta October 30, 2015
ii. College Representative, Student Disciplinary Committee (SDC), FUNAAB July 2019 – Date
iii. College SIWES Representative,FUNAAB January, 2015 – July 2019
iv. Examination Officer, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, July, 2014 – June, 2016; April, 2017 – July 2018
v. Departmental SIWES Coordinator,Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,
January, 2014 – April, 2017; July 2018 –Date

vi. College Representative,Centre for Innovation and Strategy in Learning and Teaching (CISLT), FUNAAB January, 2015 – January, 2016

vii. Departmental Seminar Coordinator, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, July 2014 – June 2016; July 2018 – Date

i. Member, Nigeria Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST)
ii. Member, Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN)
iii. Member, African Graduate Student Nutrition Network (AGSNET)
iv. Member, America Society for Nutrition (ASN)
v. Member, The African Organization for Research and Training in Cancer (AORTIC)
vi. Member, The Obesity Society (TOS)
vii. The Nutrition Society (NS)
viii. World Public Health Nutrition Association
ix. Member, West African Research and Innovation Management Association (WARIMA)

1.Badejo C. A. (2012). Consumption Pattern, Nutrient Composition and Development of
Diet Analysis Software (DIASoft) for Selected Cooked Staple Foods in Nigeria. PhD. Thesis, Department of Human Nutrition, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria pp 1-252

2.Badejo C. A. (2004).Household Food Security in Selected Local Governments of Lagos
and Ibadan Nigeria. M.Sc. Dissertation, Department of Human Nutrition, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria pp 1 – 96

3. Badejo C. A. (2001). Studies onProbiotics- Kunuzaki a Nigerian Cereal Based
Beverage as Case Study. B.Sc. Dissertation, Department of Food Science and Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife pp 1- 78

4. Badejo C. A. (1995). Microbial Evaluation of carbonated and non-carbonated locally
produced drinks. National Diploma Project, Department of Food Technology, Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikosi Ketu pp 1-53

(ii) Journal Articles in Print
1. Oladoyinbo C. A, Bamidele A.B., Omoniyi B.D. and Akinbule O. O.(2021): Nutrient Intake Adequacy among older adults in rural communities of Obafemi Owode Local Government Area, Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 37(2); 125-133,Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

2. Elochukwu Fortune Ezenwankwo, Catherine Adebukola Oladoyinbo, Hassan Mohammed Dogo, Ademola Amos Idowu, Adewumi Olabimpe Alabi, Abimbola Oyelekan, Adekunle Olugbenga Ajayi, Chidiebere Ndukwe Ogo, Okezie Mbadiwe, Ijeoma Blessing Nwadilibe, Brian Rivers & Ernie Kaninjing (2021). Factors influencing help-seeking behaviour in men with symptoms of prostate cancer: a qualitative study using an ecological perspective, Cancer Investigation, DOI: 10.1080/07357907.2021.1933009

3. Akinbule O.O., Oladoyinbo C.A., Akinbule A.S, Omidiran A.T., Oloyede A.A., Onaneye I.D. and Sulaiman R.O (2019). Standardization, Proximate Composition, Mineral Contents and Mineral ratios of Selected Indigenous Soups in South-West. Nigerian Food Journal 37(2):44-56

4. Adekunle C.P., Oladoyinbo C.A. and Olowokere F.A. (2020). Willingness to pay for iodine bio-fortified tomato fruits among Hypertensive Patients in Selected Hospitals in Ogun State Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture 32(1): 68-81. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife.

5. Catherine A. Oladoyinbo, Oluwafunke O. Akinbule, Opeyemi O. Bolajoko, Justice Moses K. Aheto, Getachew Dagne, Faruk Mohamed, Iya Eze Bassey, Folakemi T. Odedina, Ruth Agaba, Nissa Askins, Olubanke O. Ogunlana, Motolani E. Ogunsanya, Aishat M. Suleiman, Stanley O. Anyanwu, Rebecca M. Gali, Ernest Kaninjing, Blaise Nkegoum, Abidemi Omonisi, Anthonia C. Sowunmi, Paul Jibrin, Emeka E. Iweala, Omolara A. Fatiregun and Ademola A. Popoola (2019). Risk factors for prostate cancer in West African Men: The Familial Cohort Study. Cancer Health Disparities Journal Vol 4:e1-e11.Published by the Society for Human Diversity and Health Disparities:doi:10.9777/chd.2019.1007

6. Motolani E. Ogunsanya, Iya Eze Bassey, Mohammed Faruk,Catherine Oladoyinbo, Haruna Nggada, Abidemi Omonisi, Nissa Askins, Blaise Nkegoum,Ademola A. Popoola,Iheanyi Okpala, Omolara Fatiregun, Paul Jibrin, Emeka E. Iweala, Wole Kukoyi, Kayode Adeniji, Ayo Salako, Anthonia Sowumni and Folakemi T. Odedina(2019). Perceived Behavioural Control regarding Prostate Cancer Screening among Black Men in West Africa and the United States. Cancer Health Disparities Journal 4: e1-17. Published by the Society for Human Diversity and Health Disparities:
doi:10.9777/chd.2019.1006

7. Iya Eze Bassey, Theophilus I. I Ugbem, Uwem Okon Akpan, Stanley Anyanwu, Enakirerhi E. Glen, Rebecca M. Gali, Catherine Oladoyinbo, Abidemi Omonisi, Getachew Dagne, Ernest T. Kaninjing, Nissa A. Askins, Motolani E. Ogunsanya, Mohammed Faruk, Ademola A. Idowu, Folakemi T. Odedina (2019). Overcoming Barriers in Conducting a Transatlantic Prostate Cancer Familial Study in Africa: Best Practice from the CaPTC Cohort Study. Cancer Health Disparities Journal (Online first). Published Company of Scientist United Sates of America doi:10.9777/chd.2019.1001

8. Ernest T. Kaninjing, Getachew Dagne, Sunday Atawodi, Adewumi Alabi, Olubanke O. Ogunlana, Patrick T. Adegun, Haruna Nggada, Ifeoma Okoye, Abidemi Omonisi, Faruk Mohammed, Iya Bassey, Faoziyat Sulaiman, Nissa Askins, Blaise Nkegoum, Ademola A. Popoola, Anthonia Sowumni, Catherine Oladoyinbo, Omolara Fatiregun, Paul Jibrin, Emeka E. Iweala, Wole Kukoyi, Kayode Adeniji, Kayode Salako, Iheanyi Okpala and Folakemi T. Odedina (2019). Modifiable Risk Factors Implicated in Prostate Cancer Mortality and Morbidity among West African Men.Cancer Health Disparities Journal4: e1-13. Published by the Society for Human Diversity and Health Disparities:doi:10.9777/chd.2019.1002

9. Oladoyinbo C.A., Abiodun A.M., Oyalowo M.O., Obaji I.E., Oyelere A.M., Akinbule O.O. and Sobo A.A. (2019). Risk factors for diabetes mellitus and hypertension among artisans in Ogun state, Nigeria Nutrition & Food Science50(4):695-710

10. Oladoyinbo C.A., Ede E.K., Akinbule OO, Sobo A.A. and Maxwell Yemmy MO (2019). Comparison of heavy metal content of selected vegetables grown withorganic and inorganic fertilizers. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 49(2):23-29. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria

11. Oladoyinbo C.A., Abiodun A.M., Akinbule O.O., Okeke I.U. and John E. (2019).
Modifiable Risk Factors for Overweight and Obesity among Traders in Abeokuta South Local Government Area, Ogun State. African Journal of Biomedical Research 22 (2): 127-133. Published by the Biomedical Communication Group, Department of Physiology University of Ibadan Nigeria.

12. Akinbule O.O., Oladoyinbo C.A., Omonhinmin HI. and Omidiran AT (2018). Street food Consumption Score and Nutritional Status of Staff of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences
39(1):96-103. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

13. Akano R.A., Sanusi R.A. and Oladoyinbo C.A. (2018). Nutritional status of School Children in Ijebu-Ode Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Science Education and Research 4(1): 28 – 35. Published by Faculty of Science Education, University of Education Winneba, Ghana.

14. Oladoyinbo C.A., Ugwunna U.M.and Ekerette N.N. (2017). Dietary Diversity and nutrient intake adequacy among women in Iwo Local Government Area, Osun State Nigeria. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development 17(4):12641- 56. Published by Rural Outreach Africa, Kenya.

15. Adeyemi Y.A., OnabanjoO.O., Sanni S.A., Ugbaja R.N., AfolabiD.O., Oladoyinbo C.A.(2017). Prevalence of metabolic syndrome among apparently healthy adults in Ogun state, Nigeria. Nutrition & Food Science 47(6):780-794. Published by Emerald Publishing Limited, West Yorkshire, England

16. Oladoyinbo C.A., Ogundare M.A. and Sobo A.A. (2017). Food safety awareness and practices among mothers in Ibadan, Oyo State. Nigerian Journal of Education, Health, Environment and Technology Research 9:1-9. Published by the Association for the Promotion of Education, Health, Environment and Technology Research (APREHET), Vocational and Technical Education Department, UNIBEN, Benin City, Nigeria.

17. Oladoyinbo C.A., Adesanwo O.R. and Sobo A.A. (2016). Breakfast habits of secondary school students in Odeda Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences 5: 5-12. Published by the Department of Family, Nutrition and Consumer Sciences OAU Ile-Ife, Osun State Nigeria.

18. Akano R.A., Oladoyinbo C.A. and Sanusi R.A. (2016). Obesity among adult meat sellers in Ijebu-Ode Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria. African Journal of Gender and Development 3(1): 76-84. Published by the Centre for Gender and Social Policy Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

19. Oladoyinbo C.A.and Sobo AA. (2016). Malaria, Hemoglobin and Nutritional Status of under-Five Children in Abeokuta South Local Government Area, Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 37(2): 125-133.Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

20. Oladoyinbo C.A., MakanjuolaO.F.and Sobo A.A. (2016). Breastfeeding Pattern and Nutritional Status of Children under two Years in Oshogbo Local Government Area Osun Stata Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Pediatrics 43(3): 186-192. Published by Pediatric Association of Nigeria.

21. OladoyinboC.A., Ekerette, N.N. and Ogunubi, TI.(2015). Obesity and Hypertension amongst Traders in Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria. African Journal of Biomedical Research 18 (1): 23-27, Published by the Biomedical Communication Group, Department of Physiology University of Ibadan Nigeria.

22. Oladoyinbo C.A., Akinbule O.O. and Awosika I (2015). Knowledge of Food Borne Infection and Food Safety Practices among Local Food Handlers in Ijebu-Ode Local Government Area of Ogun State. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology7(9): 268-273.Published by the academic Journal ICEA Building, 17th Floor, Kenyatta Avenue, Nairobi, Kenya.

23. Oladoyinbo C.A. and Ekerette N.N. (2015). Double Burden of malnutrition among undergraduates in South Western Nigeria. International Journal of Public Health Science4(4): 315-319Available online at
http://iaesjournal.com/online/index.php/IJPHS

24. SholeyeOluwafolahan O, Badejo, Catherine Aand Jeminusi, Olubukola A. (2014). Dietary habits of pregnant women in Ogun- East Senatorial Zone, Ogun State Nigeria: A Comparative Study. Int Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism 6(4): 42-49.Published by the academic Journal ICEA Building, 17th Floor, Kenyatta Avenue, Nairobi, Kenya

25. Uko-Aviomoh EE, Eko ME, Akano RA and Oladoyinbo CA (2013). Emerging Issues and Risk Management Strategies for Food Security in Nigeria. Journal of Applied Education and Vocational Research11(1): 49-63. Published by the College of Applied Education and Vocational Technology, Tai Solarin University of Education Ijebu-Ode

26. Sanusi, RA, Badejo, CA and Yusuf, BO (2006). Measuring Household Food Security in Selected Local Governments of Lagos and Ibadan Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition. 5(1): 62-67. Published by the Asian network for Scientific Information Pakistan.

(iii) Journal Articles Accepted for Publications
27. Oladoyinbo C. A, Bamidele A.B., Omoniyi B.D. and Akinbule O.O.(2021). Nutrient Intake Adequacy among older adults in rural communities of Obafemi Owode Local Government Area, Ogun State. Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences 37(2): 125-133.Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

(iv) Book: Nil
(v) Chapter in Book: Nil
(vi) Edited conference proceeding

28. Akinbule Oluwafunke, Oladoyinbo Catherine and Bolajoko Opeyemi (2020). Clustering of prostate cancer risk behaviors in West African men: The familial cohort study. the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved; 2020 Oct 2-4. Philadelphia (PA): AACR; Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev ;29(12 Suppl):Abstract nr PO-010.

29. Hens Laurent, Catherine Oladoyinbo2020. Medication use and environmental risk factors associated with prostate cancer among West African men [abstract]. In: Proceedings of the AACR Virtual Conference: Thirteenth AACR Conference on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved; 2020 Oct 2-4. Philadelphia (PA): AACR; Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev ;29(12 Suppl):Abstract nr PO-140.

30. Folakemi Odedina, Adaora Ezeani, Ernest Kaninjing, Malcom Ingraham, Catherine Badejo, Anthonia Sowunmi, Omolara Fatiregun, Ayo Salako, A.A. Popoola, Mohammed Faruk, Emeka Iweala, Iya Bassey, Chidiebere Ogo, et al (2020). Abstract C028: Oxidative stress-inhibiting nutrients and supplements among West African men: The CaPTC prostate cancer cohort study. Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Biomarkers 29 (6 Supplement 2), C028-C028.

31. Adaora Ezeani, Ernest Kaninjing, Folakemi Odedina, Catherine Badejo, Anthonia Sowunmi, Omolara Fatiregun, Ayo Salako, A. A. Popoola, Mohammed Faruk, Emeka Iweala, Iya Bassey, Chidiebere Ogo, et al (2020). Abstract C086: The effect of length of residence in the US on risk of developing chronic disease in West African male immigrants.Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Biomarkers 29 (6 Supplement 2), C086-C086.

32. Olasunmbo Ilori, Wasiu Afolabi, Catherine Oladoyinbo, Tolu Eniolorunda, Maternal Food Habit, Nutrient Intake and Physical Activity Pattern on New Born Anthropometry of Secondary and Tertiary Health Facilities in Abeokuta Metropolis. .Proceedings of the America Society for Nutrition Conference. Jack Odle (Ed).Published by the American Society for Nutrition Journal Current Developments in Nutrition, Volume 4(2) 1011, doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzaa054_083

33. Oladoyinbo C.A.,Fadipe Y. and Sobo A.A. (2019). Dietary habits and portion sizes associated with overweight and obesity among undergraduate students in Ogun state, Nigeria.Proceedings of the America Society for Nutrition Conference. Jack Odle (Ed). Published by the American Society for Nutrition Journal Current Developments in Nutrition 3(1):184

34. Akinbule O.O, Okekhian K, OmidiranA.T and Oladoyinbo C.A. 2019. Nutrient adequacy ratio, blood pressure and anthropometric status of Women of child-bearing age in Odeda Local Government Area, Abeokuta Ogun State.49thAnnual General Meeting and Scientific Conference on Nutrition Society. Published by Nigerian Journal of Nutritional Sciences.

35. C.A. Oladoyinbo, O.O. Akinbule, A.A. Sobo, O.O. Bolajoko, I.E. Bassey(2018). Behavioral Risk Factors Associated With Prostate Cancer: The Prostate CancerTransatlantic Consortium (CaPTC) Cohort Study. Proceedings of the America Society of Clinical Oncology Conference.Lopez Gilberto (Ed). Published by the Journal of Global Oncology 4(2):5s

36. Oladoyinbo C.A.,Adeyemi A.T. and Akinbule O.O. (2018). Fruits and vegetable Consumption among adolescents in Agege Local Government area, Lagos State.Proceedings of the America Society for Nutrition Conference.Jack Odle (Ed). Published by the ASN journal Current Developments in Nutrition

37. Oladoyinbo C.A.,Ede E.K, Akinbule O.O.and Sobo A.A.(2017). Household Food Security Status of Rural Rice Farmers in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area, Abeokuta. Proceedings of 5th National Conference/Exhibition and Annual General meeting. Nigerian Women in Agricultural Research for Development (NIWARD) on Diversity and Inclusiveness in the Agricultural Transformation,Omemu A. (Ed). Published by College of Food Science and Human Ecology,Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta.

38. Akinbule O.O, Oladoyinbo C.A.,Oyebola A. and Adeboye T.K. (2017). Perceived Stress, Eating Behaviour, Nutrient Adequacy and Body mass Index of rural women in selected communities in Odeda Local Government Area in Abeokuta. Proceedings of 5th National Conference/Exhibition and Annual General meeting. Nigerian Women in Agricultural Research for Development (NIWARD) on Diversity and Inclusiveness in the Agricultural Transformation,Omemu A. (Ed). Published by College of Food Science and Human Ecology,Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta.

39. Afolabi W.A.O., Akinbule O.O., Sanni S.A., Onabanjo O.O., Olayiwola I.O., Oladoyinbo C.A., Bolajoko O.O., Ogundipe G.T. and Durosinmi O.J. (2016). Contribution and consumption pattern of cassava and its products among under 5 and school children in FUNAAB mandate communities. Proceedings of 1st AnnualInternational Conference of Food Science and Human Ecology &Safety Enhancement of Edible Products, Legislation, Analysis and Management(ICOFHEC& SELAMAT), Oguntuase J.A., Shittu T.A., Afolabi W.A.O., Obadina A.O., SobukolaO.P. and Adebowale A.A. (Eds.) 10. Published by College of Food Science and Human Ecology, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.

40. Catherine Oladoyinbo,Oluwafunke Akinbule,Jumoke Ilo and Olayinka Okunlola (2016).Impact of Nutrition Education on Nutritional Knowledge of In-School Female Adolescents in Abeokuta-South Local Government Area, Ogun State.Proceedings of International Conference on Food Science and Human Ecology (ICOFHEC) & Safety Enhancement of Edible Products, Legislation, Analysis and Management (SELAMAT),Oguntuase J. A., Shittu T. A., Afolabi, W.A.O., Obadina A. O. Sobukola O. P. and Adebowale A.A. (Eds). Published by the College of Food Science and Human Ecology, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta

41. Oladoyinbo Catherine A, Iweala Emeka J, Azuh Dominic, Ogunlana Olubanke O, Ayepola Olayemi, Solomon Oladapo R and Ogo Chidiebere N (2016): Knowledge, Awareness, Screening and Risk Behaviour for Prostate Cancer among Nigerian Men. Proceedings of 4th Biennial Science of Global Prostate Cancer Disparities Conference, University of Florida and the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium (CaPTC), Orlando Florida. Richard Segal (Ed) 25. Published by the University of Florida Academic Centre, Lake Nona Medical City, Orlando Florida.

42. Oladoyinbo C.A., Bamidele A. and Sobo A. A. (2016):Nutrient Intake adequacy and Nutritional Status of the Elderly in Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area, Abeokuta, Ogun State:Proceedings of theNutrition Congress of theNutrition Society of South Africa and the Africa and the Association for Dietetics in South Africa.Labadarious D., Gallagher M., Day C., Dhansay A., Smuts M., Nieuwoudt C., du Toit A., Visser J. and Blaauw R. (Eds) 5. Published by the South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

43. OladoyinboC.A. and Opadoyin B. (2015): Knowledge and Practice of Child Survival Strategies in Ijebu-Ode Nigeria: Proceedings of a 3-day International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit (MAINN) School of Health, University of Lancashire. Victoria Hall Moran and Rafael Pérez-Escamilla (Eds.) Supplement 2: 10-11. Published by Maternal and Child Nutrition Journal John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

44. Oladoyinbo, C.A. and Akinbule O.O. (2015): Maternal Mortality; A review: Proceedings of an International Conference; Gender in the Post 2015 Development Agenda.Odeyinka Simisola, Amole Dolapo and Soetan Funmi (Eds.)248 – 255.Published by the African Journal of Gender and Development (AJGD),Centre for Gender and Social Policy Studies OAU Ile-Ife.

45. Oladoyinbo,C.A. and Ogundogba, A. (2014): Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) among under- five Children in Odogbolu Local Government Area of Ogun State: Moira Guenther (Ed). Proceedings of Advances and Controversies in Clinical Nutrition Conference. Published by the America Society for Nutrition.

46. Badejo C.A. (2013): Double Burden of Malnutrition among Undergraduates in South Western Nigeria: Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Nutrition.Granada Gil A and Pamplona Martinez JA (Eds) 1403. Published by the Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism Karger Medical and Scientific Publisher.

47. Akano RA and Badejo C.A. (2013): Factors affecting the Nutritional Status of Under-five Children in Ijebu-ode: Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Nutrition. Granada Gil A and Pamplona Martinez JA (Eds) 1403-1404. Published by the Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism Karger Medical and Scientific Publisher.

48. Badejo C.A. and Abiose S.H. (2011). Studies on Probiotics: Kunuzaki a Nigerian Cereal based beverage as case Study. Proceedings of the 2nd Federation of Africa Nutrition Societies Conference,Ene-Obong H.N. (Ed) 64. Published by the Nutrition Society of Nigeria.

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