Faculty Lecture Series

Recent Submissions

  • Effect of COVID-19 pandemic on access to tyrosine kinase inhibitors in Nigeria 

    Salawu, Lateef; Bolarinwa, R. A. A.; Olarewaju, O. J.; Durosinmi, M. A.; Oyewole, O; Owojuyigbe, O. T.; Omoyiola, O. A.; Adeyeye, OA; Nelson, E; Ochogwu, O. L.; Oguns, O. O.; Kusoro, S. O.; Oni, O. B.; Ahmed, I. O.; Osisiogu, A. K.; Agim, M. B.; Fabinu, T. A.; Bosede, O. T.; Akinola, N. O. (Nigerian Journal of Haematology, 2021)
    ABSTRACT Background: Accessing Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors (TKIs) during COVID-19 pandemic-related lockdown threatened the abysmally low adherence to therapy in Nigeria. An alternative means of getting medications ...
  • The impact of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency on the frequency of vaso-occlusive crisis in patients with sickle cell anaemia. 

    Salawu, Lateef; Igwilo, H. N.; Adedeji, T. A. (Plasmatology, 2021-07-23)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Sickle cell anaemia (SCA) and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency are both hereditary diseases of the red blood cells that cause hemolysis. The impact of the interaction of both ...
  • Fourth-Generation ELISA screening of blood donors: A reliable alternative to nucleic acid testing. 

    Salawu, Lateef; Ayuba, Z; Damulak, O. D.; Jatau, E. D.; Jasini, J; Pam, G. J.; Egesie, O. J. (J Biomed Res Clin Pract, 2021-04-19)
    The gold standard for HIV screening of blood donors is individual nucleic acid amplification testing (NAT). However, individual NAT testing is cost-prohibitive, especially in a resource-limited setting. The fourth-generation ...
  • Immunoglobulin (Classes IgG, IgA and IgM) in pregnant women with urinary schistosomiasis in Ilie, southwestern Nigeria 

    Salawu, Lateef; Arinola, O. G. (Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology., 2004)
    Context: The occurrence of schistosome eggs or worms in the female genital tract has been reported in several clinical conditions including ectopic pregnancy and infertility. The presence of schistosome eggs in urine has ...
  • Multiple blood transfusions may contribute to abnormal liver and endocrine functions in adults with sickle cell anaemia 

    Salawu, Lateef; Adeyeye, OA (West African Journal of Medicine, 2022-01)
    BACKGROUND: The study evaluated the effect of multiple blood transfusions on the prevalence of iron load and its effects on organ functions in patients with sickle cell anaemia (SCA). METHODOLOGY: Sixty-seven multiply ...
  • Pulmonary tuberculosis in Nigerian. 

    Salawu, Lateef (Sage, 1986-04-01)
    ABSTRACT To determine the epidemiological significance of mycobacterium tuberculosis with respect to the of invasive pulmonary tuberculosis in Ile- Ife, Nigeria, the medical records of all patients with positive Mantoux ...
  • Poly-Eclecticism in juju music of Abiodun Awesola (Awesome tones’ band) 

    Omolaye, Bamidele Vincent (Nigerian Music Review (NMR) Department of Music, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 2016-09)
    One of the most successful dance music of the Yoruba people of the Southwest Nigeria is Jùjú music. This genre has continued to enjoy patronage among the lower and middle classes, as well as the elites. The trend in which ...
  • The emergence of female juju artistes in Southwestern Nigeria: 

    Omolaye, Bamidele Vincent (Journal of African Arts & Culture, 2021-07-31)
    It is observed that gender imbalance in Nigerian popular music studies, especially Juju music, over the years, was as a result of male chauvinism which is prevalent in popular music scene. This has contributed to the little ...
  • The role of Òkítóròkò music during Ovia-Osese festival among the Ogori of Kogi State 

    Omolaye, Bamidele Vincent (Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (JANIM), 2016-08)
    This paper investigates the origin of Ovia-Osese festival and examines the role of Òkítòròkò music during the festival with a view to justifying its importance during the rite of passage of the maidens and to showcase the ...
  • Àpàlà popular music in Nigeria: 

    Omolaye, Bamidele Vincent (Department of Music, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria., 2014-09-01)
    African popular music may be fraught with contradictions but what has remained uncontested is the energy and diversity of the musical practices. Music generally, performs momentous roles in restructuring the society into ...