DEGREE:          ———————  B.Sc. (Zoology), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Parasitology),
E-MAIL:            ———————- -profadewole@gmail.com
TELEPHONE:        ——————08035015568
ACADEMIC RANK:        Professor
CURRENT POSITION:    Professor

RESEARCH INTEREST:    
Epidemiology and Control of Parasitic Deceases, Economic Losses due to Parasitic Deceases as well as Integrated Vector Control

INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED:
Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti (Now Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti)     6th December, 1989
University of Ibadan                          8th June, 1994
University of Ibadan                        16th May, 2002

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES:

Member, Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria, (PPSN). South-West Zone

AWARD/PRIZES RECEIVED
i.    Best graduating Student in the Department of Zoology        1989
ii.    Best graduating student in the Faculty of Science        ——1989
iii    Federal Government Scholarship Award            —————2004
iv    ETF Research Grant                        ———————————2010
v.    TETFUND Research Grant                             ——————– 2013-2014

COURSES TAUGHT
BIO 101      –    General Biology I                        
STAT 202         Statistics for Agriculture and Biological Students     
ZOO 301    –    Protozoology                        
ZOO 302    –    Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy            
ZOO 308    –    Fundamentals of Parasitology            
ZOO 403    –    Applied Parasitology                    
ZOO 405    –    Nigerian Animals                    
ZOO 743    –    Transmission of Tropical Parasites            
ZOO 752    –    Research Techniques in Parasitology            

RESEARCH CONDUCTED:

(i)     The development of substance that will break the life cycle of Guinea-worm. (Dracunculus medinensis).
(ii)    Identification of the various types of Cyclops (intermediate host) present in the pond and the impacts of herbaceous plants beside the pond in the control of these Cyclops.
(iii)    Economic losses resulting from Onchocerciasis with special reference to Ise-Orun/Emure Local Government, Ekiti-State, Nigeria.
(iv)    Prevalence and epidemiology of Taenia saginatha in Ondo-State, Nigeria

PUBLICATIONS:
(a)    Thesis / Dissertation:
(i)     Adewole, S.O. (1989). Survey of populations of Bulinus (Physopsis)
globosus in eight Ekiti Local Government Areas of Ondo State. B.Sc. project submitted to the Department of Zoology,  University of Ado-Ekiti, (now Ekiti State University) Nigeria.

(ii)    Adewole, S.O. (1994). Studies on growth, fecundity and susceptibility of Ameriana carinatus (Gastropoda: planorbiade) to laboratory

infection. M.Sc. Dissertation submitted to the Department of Zoology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

(iii)    Adewole, S.O. (2002). The impact of Dracunculiasis on Economic
activities and school attendance in Akoko, Ondo State, Ph.D Thesis submitted to the Department of Zoology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

ii.    Edited books:

(i)    Adewole, S. O, Adanlawo, I. G. and Adefemi, S. O. (2005). History and Philosophy of Science. Olugbenga Printing Press, Ado-Ekiti. 126 p.

(ii)    Olofintoye, L. K, Adewole, S. O. and Ogunleye, R. F. (2006). Introduction to Animal Diversity. Department of Zoology, University of Ado-

Ekiti (now Ekiti State University). 82 p.

(iii)    Ajayi Kunle, Olorunsola, S. A,  Adewole, S. O. and Adebo, G. M. (2010). Information, Communication Technology and Computer Application.

General Studies Unit, University of Ado-Ekiti (now Ekiti State University). 120 p.

(iv)    Aribisala, J. A, Jemiriye, T. F and Adewole, S. O. (2010). Book of Ph.D and Masters Theses Abstracts 1997 – 2010.  The School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Ado-Ekiti, (now Ekiti State University) 226 p.

Chapters in Books:
(i)    Adewole, S.O (2005). Science and Technology in the Society and Services of man. In: History and Philosophy of Science.  Olugbenga Printing

Press, Ado Ekiti. pp. 53 – 76.

(ii)    Adewole, S.O (2006). Energy and Metabolism; Cellular respiration. In: Introductory Biology 1. Department of Zoology, University of Ado –

Ekiti (now Ekiti State University). pp 30 – 45.

(iii)    Adewole, S.O (2006). Phylum Platyhelminthes, Rotifera, Nematoda, Acanthocephala and Chordates. In: Introduction to Animal Diversity.    

Department of Zoology, University of Ado – Ekiti (now Ekiti State University). pp 41 – 45.

(iv)    Adewole, S.O (2007). Correlation Coefficient and Regression Model. In: Statistics for Agricultural and Biological Sciences. Department of

Zoology, University of Ado – Ekiti (now Ekiti State University). pp 55 – 67.

(v)    Adewole, S. O. and Ekong, D. O (2010). Application of ICT in the Fields of Science, Technology, Business, Humanities, and Education. In:

Information, Communication Technology and Computer Application.

(vi)    General Studies Unit, University of Ado-Ekiti (now Ekiti State University). pp 78-87.
Articles that have already appeared in learned journals:
(i)    Adewole, S.O. (1997). Studies on growth, fecundity and susceptibility of Ameriana carinatus (Gastropoda: planorbiade) to laboratory

infection. Biosciences Research Communications. 9(4): 193-201. Ilorin.

(ii)    Adewole, S.O. (1997). Survey of populations of Bulinus (Physopsis) globosus in thirteen Local Government Areas of Ekiti State, Nigeria.

African Journal of Science, 1 (2): 129-132. .Ado – Ekiti.

(iii)    Adewole, S.O. and Ajimuda, B.T. (2000). The impact of guinea worm infection on agriculture and absenteeism among school children in

Supare, Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Physical Sciences. 1: 149-153. Ado – Ekiti.

(iii)    Adewole, S.O. (2000). Population dynamics of Ameriana carinatus (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) in sixteen Local Government Areas of Ekiti-

State, Nigeria, Journal of Biological and Physical Sciences. 1: 159-166.  Ado – Ekiti.

(iv)    Adewole, S.O., Olofintoye, L.K. and Hassan, A.A. (2001). Schistosomiasis and Schistosoma haematobium infection among school children in

Ikere, Ekiti-State, Nigeria. African Journal of Science 1 (1): 38-42. Ado – Ekiti.

(v)    Adewole, S.O. and Hassan, A.A. (2002). Disability due to Dracunculiasis in Akoko, Ondo-State, Nigeria. Bioscience Research

Communications. 14 (5): 515-520. Ilorin.

(vi)    Adewole, S.O. and Hassan, A.A. (2003). Dracunculiasis: Age and sex as important biological risk factors influencing the transmission in

Akoko, Ondo-State, Nigeria. Bioscience Research Communications. 15 (2): 107-114. Ilorin.

(vii)    Adewole, S.O. and Hassan A.A. (2003). Prevalence and seasonal
occurrence of Guinea worm disease in Akoko, Ondo-State, Nigeria. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 38 (3-4): 187-196.

Bangladesh.

(viii)    Adewole, S.O. and Hassan, A.A. (2003). The impact of guinea worm disease on school attendance in Akoko, Ondo-State, Nigeria. African

Scientist. 4 (3): 105-110. Ilorin.

(ix)     Adewole, S.O. and Olofintoye, L.K. (2004). Urinary schistosomiasis among primary school children in Ado District of the Ado-Ekiti Local

Government, Ekiti-State, Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Physical Sciences. 2: 18-21. Ado – Ekiti.

(x)     Adewole, S.O. and Hassan, A.A. (2005). Impact assessment of Guinea worm eradication programme in Akoko Area, Ondo State, Nigeria.

Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences. 17 (2): 107-117. India.

(xi)    Adewole, S.O. (2005). Ochocerciasis in Ekiti , A State in South Western Nigeria. Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences . 17(3): 379-

388.India
    
(xii)    Olofintoye, L.K., Adewole, S.O. Erinle, F.B. and Ajayi, A.I (2005). Prevalence of Onchocerciasis Syndrome in Ise-Orun Local Government Area

of Ekiti-State, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 48 (6): 412-416. Pakistan.
    
(xiii)    Adewole, S.O. (2005). Knowledge, beliefs and attitudes towards control of guinea worm transmission: The influence of prevalence status.

Journal of Applied and Environmental Sciences. 1: 53-56.USA.
    
(xv)    Ogunleye, R.F. and Adewole, S.O. (2006). Larvicidal effects of some indigenous tropical plants on the vector of malaria parasite: Anopheles

spp.
Journal of Applied and Environmental Sciences. 2 (1): 29-33. USA.

(xvi)    Adewole, S.O. (2006). Trichomoniasis infection in Women in Ekiti-State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied and Environmental Sciences.. 2 (1): 85-

87. USA

(xvii)     Adewole, S.O. and Hassan, A.A. (2007). The evaluation of guinea worm disease and economic productivity in Akoko, Ondo-State,  Nigeria.

Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences. 19 (1): 83-88. India.

(xviii)    Adewole, S.O. and Adefemi, S.O. (2007). Occurrence of typhoid  fever (Salmonella typhi) in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti-State. The Journal of

Technoscience. 6: 19-21. Center for Research, Ado – Ekiti.

(xix)    Adewole, S.O. and Tedela, P.O. (2007). The effect of earthworm excretory products on the germination and radicle length of amaranthus

seeds.  Science Focus. 12 (1): 125-128. Ogbomoso.

(xx)    Adewole, S.O. and Ogunleye R.F. (2007). Animal trypanosomiasis in Ekiti, A State in South – Western Nigeria. Journal of Applied and

Environmental Sciences. 3(2): 177-181.USA

(xxi)    Adewole, S.O. Olofintoye, L.K. and Agunbiade, R.O. (2008). Comparative study of the anatomy of two West African Edible Bivalves:

Aspatharia sinuata (Mutelidae) and Egeria radiata Donacidae. International Journal of Research in Bioscience. 3(1):      24-27. Uyo.
    
(xxii)    Adewole, S. O. and Ayeni, S. K. (2008). Clinical manifestation of Onchocerciasis in Ise-Orun Local Government, Ekiti-State, Nigeria. Pakistan

Journal of Nutrition. 8(2): 122-124. Pakistan.

(xxiii)    Adewole, S. O. Olutoah A. I. and Ajetomobi, O.O (2008). Environmental effects of construction work and degradation in Ado-Ekiti. Journal

of Science Engineering and Technology. 15(3): 8521 – 8527. Enugu.

(xxiv)     Adewole, S. O. and Alofe, A. T. (2008). Economic losses on food crops due to Dracunculiasis in some endemic communities of Ekiti-State,

Nigeria. Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences. 20 (3): 535-540.India.

(xxv)    Adewole, S. O. (2009). Influence of human ecological behaviour in the transmission of guinea worm disease in Nigerian rural communities.
Annals of Sciences and Biotechnology. 2(1): 16-22. UK

(xxvi)Adewole, S. O. (2009). Prevalence and intensity of hookworm infections in Ekiti and Lagos States of Nigeria. Science Focus. 15(1): 72-76.  

Ogbomoso

(xxvii)    Adewole S. O. (2009). Infection rates of Cyclops vector of Dracunculiasis in Endemic Communities of Ekiti-State, Nigeria. Journal of Ultra

Scientist of Physical Sciences. 21(2): 339-344.India

(xxviii)     Adewole, S. O. and Akingbolu, I. A. (2009). Prevalence and intensity of hookworm infections in Ekiti, Nigeria: “A cross sectional study in

State Specialist Hospital and Federal Medical Centre”. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 44 (4): 399-402. Bangladesh.

(xxix)    Adewole, S. O. (2009). The influence of environmental and ecological factors in the transmission of malaria. Journal of Research in Science

and Management. 7 (1): 57-62. Akure.

(xxx)    Adewole, S.O. (2009). Population dynamics of mammals used for bushmeat and traditional medicine in Ekiti-State, Nigeria. International

Journal of Zoology. 1(1): 8 – 15. Uyo.

(xxxi)    Adewole, S.O and Hassan, A.A. (2009):  The impact of abate application on the intermediate host of guinea worm:  The influence of

prevalence status.  Journal of Science Research, 8: 25-27. Ibadan.

(xxxii)    Adewole, S. O. and Ajayi, A. A. (2010). Studies on human intestinal parasites in refuse dumps. Journal of life Sciences.4  (1):55 – 59.  USA.

(xxxiii)    Adewole, S. O. (2010). Prevalence and pathology of Fasciola species in slaughtered cattle. Journal of Life Sciences. 4 (4): 28-31. USA.

(xxxiv)    Adewole, S.O. (2010). Prevalence and epidemiological factors influencing the transmission of human taeniasis in Ekiti-State, Nigeria

International Journal of Academic Research., 2 (5): 90-93, Azerbaijan.

(xxxv)    Adewole S.O (2010). Prevalence of malaria in children, adults and pregnant women in Akure, Nigeria.. International Journal of Biological

Science.  1(3): 185-190, India.

(xxxvi)    Adewole, S.O. (2012):  The efficacy of drugs in the treatment of coccidiosis in chicken in selected poultries. Journal of Academic Research

International. 2(1) 20-24, Pakistan (xxxvii)    Adewole, S.O. (2012): The effectiveness of insecticide treated net (ITN) in the control of malaria. Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific

Research. 2(1) 908-911 , USA

(xxxviii)    Adewole, S. O. and Fafure, T. H. (2013). Epidemiology and prevalence of urinary schistosomiasis in pre – school children in Lagos, Nigeria.

International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. 5(10) :456-459. Kenya

(xxxix)    Adewole, S.O. , Fabumuyi, A.O; Agunbiade, R.O; and Ayeni, S.K.(2014):  Occurrence of Rhabditis dubia in cow dungs in Lagos State, Nigeria.  

Journal of Environment and Earth Sciences,  1(8) : 77-79. Hong Kong.

(xL)    Adewole, S.O., Oguntoyinbo B.V; Agunbiade, R.O; and Ayeni, S.K. (2014):  Prevalence of Diphyllobothrium latum (fish tapeworm) in fishes in

Ekiti State, Nigeria.  Journal of Natural Sciences Research, Asia 4 (8) : 57-59.

(xLi)    Adeola, A.O; Adewole, S.O and Olofintoye, L/K/ (2014): Studies on ethnoveterinary practice in ruminants in Ekiti State, Nigeria.  Research

Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Management. 3(1`2): 632-645.

(xLii)    Adeola, A.O; Adewole, S.O. and Olofintoye, L.K (2015): Phytochemical screening of four different medicinal plants.  Unique Research Journal

of Agricultural Sciences. 3(1): 001-006

(xLiii)      Adewole, S.O.; Agunbiade, R.O; Ayeni, S.K and Omonijo, A.O. (2015):  The effects of plant extract on the growth of Bulinus (Physopsis)

globosus. International Journal of pure and Applied Zoology. 3 (2) 193-196. India

(xLiv)     Adewole, S. O.; Agunbiade, R.O; Ayeni, S.K and Omonijo, A.O. (2015):    Studies on parasites and diseases of poultry in Ekiti-State, Nigeria.

International Journal of pure and Applied Zoology. 3 (2) 216-218. India

 (xLv)    Adeola, A. O. Osho, L. B., Adewole, S. O. and Olofintoye, L. K. (2015). In vivo effects of four medicinal plants on nematodes of goat. Journal

of Biology and Nature. 4(2): 122-126. UK.

CONFERENCE ATTENDED:
(i)    Adewole, S.O (2008): Identification of the various types of cyclops (Copepods) present in some selected ponds in Ekiti State, Nigeria, 32nd

Annual Conference of Parasitology and Public Health Society  of Nigeria.  Held at Usmadanfodio University, Sokoto, Nigeria.

(ii)    Adewole S.O (2009). Prevalence of taeniid encountered during meat inspection in Ekiti – State, Nigeria. In: Neglected Tropical Diseases and

Poverty: Implications for West Africa. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria, Cross River

State University of Technology, Calabar, Nigeria. 24 – 27, September, 2008, pp. 45 – 49 (Nigeria).
(iii)    Adewole, S.O (2010):  The impacts of herbaceous plants beside some selected ponds in the control of Cyclops in Ekiti State, Nigeria.  34th

Annual Conference of Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria.  Held at University of Benin, Benin.

(iv)    Adewole, S. O. (2012): Prevalence and epidemiological factors influencing the transmission of human taeniasis in Ekiti State, Nigeria. 36th

Annual Conference of Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria.  Held at The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State.

(v)    39th Annual Conference of Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria.  Held at Federal University, Lafia, Nasarawa State, (2015).