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DR. HASSAN Anthony Emmanuel

  1. CAPITAL MACKET AND THE ECONOMY EVIDENCE FROM NIGERIA
  2. Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria (1981-2008)
  3. Impact of Trade on the Environment. Evidence from Nigeria’s Time Series
  4. INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND NON-OIL OUTPUT PANACEA FOR REDUCING UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA
  5. MONETEARY POLICY AND MACROECONOMIC STABILITY IN NIGERIAEVIDENCE FROM ERROR CORECTION MODEL
  6. SOURCES OF NIGERIA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH (1970-2008) A VECTOR AUTOREGRESSIVE MODEL
  7. The Effect of Public Spending on Economic Growth Evidence from Nigeria

DR. John .R. Solomon

  1. Canibalism Among Cultured African Catfishes (Heterbranchus Longifillis And Clarias Gariepinus)
  2. Effect of organic and inorganic diet in the growth of Clarias gariepinus
  3. Effect of the growth rate on Clarias gariepinus using corn chaff mixed with grind Tilapia fish
  4. Endoparasites of oreochromis niloticus and clarias gariepinus found in Utako flowing gutter
  5. Growth performance of the African Catfish(Clarias Gariepinus) fed soaked ripe plantain peel meal (Musa Paradisiaca)
  6. Identification of Planktons (Zooplankton and Phytoplankton) behind Girls’ Hostel University of Abuja, Nigeria
  7. Physiochemical parameters of Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fed a combination of rice bran and Irish potatoes
  8. Survival Rate In Poly Culture Of Catfish Heteroclarias_Tilapia_Oreochromis Niloticus_Fed Body Weight
  9. The resultant physiochemical effect of organic, artificial and mixed diets of Clarias gariepinus to enhance growth
  10. The use of tadpole meal as a substitute for fish meal in diets of clarias gariepinus fingerlings

Dr. Samuel Olayemi Olanrewaju

  1. Effects-of-Multicollinearity-and-Autocorrelation-on-Some-Estimators-in-a-System-of-Regression-Equation
  2. Empirical Study Of Socio-Demographic Characteristics of Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Gwagwalada Area Council of Abuja. FCT IJEAIS170603
  3. Longitudinal Study On Change In Cd4 Cell Counts On Hiv Positive Patients In Nigeria. International Journal of Science and Technology. Vol.6. No5. ISSN2049-7318.
  4. Principal Component Analysis of Crime Data in Gwagwalada Area Command, Abuja from 1995 – 2015
  5. Testing Linkages Amongst 5 African Emerging Markets.-ST1705-053

DR. BELLO AYUBA

  1. Analyzing Financial Health of Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria Using Multiple Discriminate Analysis
  2. Application of Marketing Mix Strategies in Hospitality Business A Study of Hotels in Abuja, FCT- Nigeria
  3. Assessment of Factors Influencing Consumer Satisfaction A Survey of Customers of Nigerian Manufacturing Companies
  4. Evaluation of Factors Influencing Strategic Marketing on the Performance of Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria
  5. Evaluation-of-the-Impact-of-Internet-Marketing-On-Banking-Services-in-Nigeria
  6. Firm Traits and Web Based Disclosures in Top Nigerian Firms
  7. Impact of Banking Sector Credit on the Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s) in Nigeria
  8. Impact of Marketing Strategies on the Performance of SoftDrinks Manufacturing Companies in North-Central, Nigeria
  9. Investigating the Effectiveness of Strategic Marketing Activities of Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria
  10. Investigating the Factors Affecting Performance of Business Management Students in Nigerian Universities
  11. Investigating the Link between Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Image
  12. Non-parametric analyses on Strategic Investment in Technology and Companies’ Growth in Nigeria
  13. Survey on Employers Rating of University of Abuja Business Graduates Competencies in Nigeria
  14. The Role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Combating Corrupt Business Activities in Nigeria

PROF. OBIAGELI EUNICE NNODU

  1. Mulder et al Towards the First Ontology for Sickle Cell Disease
  2. Current sickle cell disease management practices in Nigeria
  3. Interventions for the Prevention and Control of Sickle Cell Disease at Primary Health Care Centres in Gwagwalada Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory Nigeria
  4. Blood transfusion services for patients with sickle cell disease in Nigeria
  5. Alternativesto Blood Transfusion in Resource LimitedSettings
  6. Knowledge and Attitudes towards Cervical Cancer and Human Papillomavirus A Nigerian Pilot Study
  7. Current sickle cell disease management practices in Nigeria
  8. NNODU_Report of Ongoing Work at CESRTA
  9. NNODU_Sickle Cell Support Society of Nigeria Pfizer Stakeholders Meeting Accra, Ghana February 2nd 2017
  10. Nwegbu(Nnodu)-Preliminary Evaluation of a Point-of-Care Testing Device (SickleSCAN™) in Screening for Sickle Cell Disease
  11. Sickle cell disease new opportunities and challenges in Africa
  12. Wonkam Enhancing genomic research on cardiovascular diseases in African patients cvja-26-50

SHATU ASALA

  1. Gwary, D.M. and S.W. Asala. (2006). Cost-benefit of Fungicidal Control of Anthracnose on Sorghum in Northern Nigeria. Int J Agric and Biol. Vol. 8, No. 3, 306-308. http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=PK2007000389.
  2. Gwary, D.M. and S.W. Asala (2006). Progress of Sorghum Leaf Anthracnose Symptom Types Under Field Fungicide Treatments in the Nigerian Savanna. Int J Agric and Biol. Vol. 8, No. 3, 309-312.
    http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=PK2007000390
  3. Shinggu,C.P., S.A. Dadari, J.A.Y. Shebayan, D.I. Adekpe, M.A. Mahadi, A. Mukhtar and S.W. Asala (2009). Influence of Spacing and Seed Rate on Weed Suppression in Finger Millet (Eleucine carocana gaertn). Middle-East J Sci Res. 4(4): 267-270. http://www.idosi.org/mejsr/mejsr4(4)/6.pdf
  4. Asala, S., Alegbejo. M. D., Kashina, B. D., Banwo, O.O., Asiedu. R. and Kumar P.L. (2012). Distribution and incidence of viruses infecting Yam (Dioscorea spp.) in Nigeria. Global Journal of Bio-Science & Biotechnology, 1 (2): 163-167.  http://scienceandnature.yuorg/GJBBVol1(2)2012/GJBB-V1(2)2012-7.pdf
  5. Asala, S., Alegbejo, M.D., Kashina, B.D. and Banwo, O.O. (2014).Viruses in weeds in Dioscorea yam fields in Nigeria. African Crop Science Journal. 22(2): 109-115. http://www.ajol.info/index.php/acsj/article/view/104938
  6. Asala, S.W. and Ebukiba, E.S. (2016). Profitability of yam production in Southern Guinea Savanna zone of Nigeria. Net Journal of Agricultural Science. 4(1): 9-14. http://www.netjournals.org/pdf/NJAS/2016/1/15-043.pdf
  7. Asala, Shatu Wudiri, Nyam, Joel and Zekeli, Mercy Ojonuqua (2016). Insect pests and weather factors associated with yam (Dioscorea Spp.) in Guinea Savanna Zone of Nigeria. Africa Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology. 4(5): 742-748. http://www.oceanicjournals.org/ajast
  8. S.W. Asala, P.T. Olusuyi and S. Aabdulrazaq (2016). Evaluation of insect pests associated with growth of soybean [Glyycine max (L.) Merr] in Nigeria Guinea Savanna. Int. J. Adv. Agric. Res. 4: 51-56. www.bluepenjournal.org/ijaar
  9. S.W. Asala and M.D. Alegbejo (2016). Effect of serial planting on seed yam on virus incidence and yam tuber degeneration. African Crop Science Journal. 24(4): 341-347.

 

Prof TITUS S IBEKWE

  1. Actualities of Management of Aural, Nasal, and Throat Foreign Bodies
  2. Acute Effects of Formalin-Treated Cadaver on Nigerian Medical Students
  3. Classification and management challenges of otitis media in a resource-poor country
  4. Cochleo-vestibular clinical findings among drug resistant Tuberculosis Patients on therapy-a pilot study
  5. EVALUATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE LEVELS IN ABUJA MUNICIPALITY USING MOBILE PHONES
  6. Galley Proof NJORL 7 THE STATE OF HEARING HEALTH Prof T S Ibekwe (5)
  7. Lassa fever the challenges of curtailing a deadly disease.
  8. Migraine and Meniere’s Disease Two Different Phenomena with Frequently Observed Concomitant Occurrences
  9. Otomycosis_in_western_Nigeria20160401-20667-nprsrw
  10. PATTERN OF TYMPANIC MEMBRANE PERFORATION IN IBADAN A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
  11. Quality of Life in Patients with Head and Neck Cancers
  12. Sensorineural Hearing Loss in Lassa fever
  13. Skin Prick Test Analysis in Allergic Rhinitis Patients A Preliminary Study in Abuja, Nigeria
  14. Validation of The 3-Question Headache Screen in The Diagnosis of Migraine in Nigeria
  15. Evaluationofmobilesmartphonesappasascreeningtoolfor environmentalnoisemonitoring
  16. Impacted radio-opaque glass in the oesophagus of a child
  17. Meniere’s Disease rare or underdiagoned among Africa
  18. Sinonasal paraganglioma a case report

Dr Dike Bevis Ojji

  1. Bi treatment with hydralazinenitrates vs placebo in Africans admitted with acute HEart Failure
  2. Characteristics complications,andgapsin evidence-basedinterventions study
  3. DIABETIC CARDIOMYOPATHY PAPER
  4. Global mortality variations in patients with heart failure results from the International Congestive Heart Failure prospective cohort study
  5. PRIMARY CARE PAPER 10.5830_CVJA-2016-082 (1) 10_08_17-PROF OLUMIDE OWOLABI_13_11_17
  6. Relationship Between Left Ventricular Geometry and Soluble ST2 in a Cohort of Hypertensive Patients
  7. Rheumatic heart disease in Africa the Mosi-o-Tunya call to action
  8. RightVentricularSystolicDysfunctionIs CommoninHypertensiveHeartFailureA ProspectiveStudy
  9. Risk Factor Profile
  10. seven key actions to eradicate rheumatic heart disease in africa the addis ababa communique
  11. Soluble ST2 correlates with some indicators of right ventricular function in hypertensive heart failure
  12. the proposed role of plasma Nt pro-brain natriuretic peptide in assessing cardiac remodelling in hypertensive african subjects
  13. Variations in Cause and Management of Atrial Fibrillation in a Prospective Registry of 15 400 Emergency Department Patients in 46 Countries

Dr YJ PETER 

  1. Assessment of Antimalarial Drug Use
  2. EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL HIV TEST KITS USED IN NIGERIA
  3. HBC-HCV Bingham – scan
  4. HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION AMONGST FEMALE SEX
  5. Integrating Syndromic Case Management of Sexually Transmitted Diseases into Primary
  6. Laboratory Based Study of Bovine Trypanosomiases in Bokkos LGA of Plateau State, Nigeria
  7. Containment of Ebola
  8. Ebola Virus Disease
  9. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HEPATITIS B AND HEPATITIS C VIRUS INFECTIONS AMONG HIV
  10. MULTIDRUG RESISTANT PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSa
  11. phytochemical-screening-and-in-vivoantiplasmodial-sensitivity-study-of-locallycultivated-artemisia-annua-leaf-extractagainst-plasm
  12. prescription-pattern-of-antimalarial-drugs-in-a-teaching-hospital-in-nigeria
  13. Prevalence and Coinfection of Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  14. PULMONARY CANDIDIASIS AND CD4 COUNT

Prof SAMUEL ASALA

  1. Asala SA, Bower AJ, Lawes INC (1987) Effect of partial truncal vagotomy on intragastric pressure responses to vagal stimulation and gastric distension in ferrets. GUT, 28; 1569-76.
  2. Bidmos M.A., Asala S.A. (2005) Calcaneal measurement in the estimation of stature of South African blacks. Am J Phys Anthropol 126: 335-342.
  3. Umana Uduak, J.A. Timbuak, S.A. Musa, W.O. Hamman, Samuel Asala, Joseph Hambolu, J.A. Anuka (2013). Chronic hepatotoxicity and nephrotoxicity study of orally administered aqueous and ethanolic extracts of Carica papaya seeds in adult Wistar rats. British Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 4(4): 147-154.
  4. Augustine Odili, John Ogedengbe, Maxwell Madueke Nwegbu, Felicia O Anumah, Samuel Asala, Jan A Staessen (2014). Nigerian population research on environment, gene and health (NIPREGH) – objectives and protocol. Journal of Biomedical Research. 28(5): 360-7.
  5. Umana Uduak E, Timbuak J. A., Danladi J., Samuel Asala, Joseph Hambolu and Anuka J. A. (2014). Anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and antinociceptive activities of Orally Administered Aqueous Extract of Carica papaya Seeds in Animal Models. Annals of Experimental Biology 2 (4):21-27.
  6. Attah Martha Orendu, Samuel Abayomi Asala, Helga Ishaya Bedan, Luteino Lorna Hamman, Jacob Attah (2016). The Effect of the Stem Bark of Khaya senegalensis on Wound Healing in Rabbits: A Preliminary Study. Nova Journal of Medical and Biological Sciences, 5(4):1-6.DOI:10.20286/nova-jmbs-050403.
  7. Ahmed M. Auwal, Adaudu D. Zagga, Samuel A. Asala (2017). Unilateral High Bifurcation of Brachial Artery: A Case Report. Anatomy Journal of Africa, 6(2): 916 – 918.

Dr GK OMEIZA

  1. Annual trend in the occurrence of antimicrobial drug residues particularly Chloramphenicol using a comparative detection methods in Federal Capital Territory
  2. Antimicrobial Screening of Commercial Eggs
  3. Appraisal of NDV4 thermo-stable Per-os vaccination amongst free-ranged local poultry keepers in Adamawa state, North-eastern Nigeria
  4. Bacteriological Quality of Abattoir Effluents Discharged into Water Bodies in Abuja Nigeria
  5. Assessment of antimicrobial drugs residue in beef
  6. Detection of Antimicrobial Drug Residues in Commercial Eggs Using Premi Test
  7. Detection of Verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli O157 Serotype in Dairy Products in Abuja, Nigeria
  8. DISEASE MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE
  9. In vitro relaxant effects of the crude and fractions of the methanol extract of cassia singueana leaves on histamine-induced pre-contracted rabbit jejenum
  10. Prevalence of Zoonotic bovine tuberculosis and associated risk factors among cattle herds in North Central Nigeria
  11. Use of formalin and modified gravity-feed embalming technique in veterinary anatomy dissection and practicals

NASIRU OLAKOREDE

  1. AUTOREGRESSIVE INTEGRATED MOVING AVERAGE (ARIMA) MODEL FOR THE MAJOR AIRLINE DISASTERS IN THE WORLD FROM 1960 THROUGH 2013
  2. EFFECTS OF MULTICOLLINEARITY AND AUTOCORRELATION ON SOME ESTIMATORS IN A SYSTEM OF REGRESSION EQUATION
  3. Forecasting Airline Fatalities in the World Using a Univariate Time Series Model
  4. Insolvency Prediction Model of Some Selected Nigerian Banks
  5. Principal Component Analysis of Crime Data in Gwagwalada Area Command, Abuja from 1995 – 2015
  6. Smoothing Parameter Estimation of The Generalized CrossValidation And Generalized Maximum Likehood

OLANREWAJU ADETUTU

  1. C. Adetutu Olanrewaju (2016). Incidence of Trichomoniasis among Primary School Pupils in Gwagwalada, FCT, Nigeria. International Journal of Life Sciences and Technologies 4 (1): 40-43
  2. Malann, Yoila David, Deme, Gideon Gywa, Daniel, Oluwatosin Esther, Olanrewaju, Comfort Adetutu, Olayanju, Segun (2016). Antiplasmodial activity of crude extracts and essential oil of Lippia multiflora in mice. IJRDO Journal of Biological Sciences 2(5): 73-80
  3. Malann, Yoila David, Deme, Gideon Gywa, Olanrewaju, Comfort Adetutu, Abdulkareem, K. Adigun (2016). A Survey of Tick Infestation on Cattle within Fulani Settlements of the University of Abuja Main Campus, F.C.T., Abuja. IJRDO Journal of Biological Sciences 2(5): 81-89
  4. Olanrewaju, C. A. and Shoretire A. M. (2016). Incidence STDs in HIV Patients Attending Health Faculties Supported by PEPFAR in Abuja, FCT, Nigeria. Researcher 8(4):48-52. http://www.sciencepub.net/researcher.
  5. Mogba Emmanuel O, Olanrewaju Comfort A and Malann Yoila D. (2016) Plasmodium sp. infection among the people of Suleja, Niger State, Nigeria. International Journal of Bioassays 5(3): 4885-4888. www.ijbio.com
  6. Ayoh Stephen O. and Olanrewaju Comfort A. (2016) A Survey on Tick Infestation in Domestic Birds Sold at Gwagwalada Market, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria. International Journal of Bioassays 5(4): 4974-4976. www.ijbio.com
  7. Olanrewaju, Comfort A., Idris, Halima S., Okwute, Simon K. and Olayanju, Segun (2015). Phytochemical analysis and acute oral toxicity of aqueous extracts of Vernonia amygdalina (Delile) and Nauclea latifolia (Smith). International Journal of Current Research, 7 (1): 11269-11273. http://www.journalcru.com
  8. Comfort A. Olanrewaju, Halima S. Idris and Simon K. Okwute (2014). Investigation on the trypanocidal effect of aqueous extracts of Vernonia amygdalina and Nauclea latifolia in albino rats. Researcher, 6 (12): 61-69. http://www.sciencepub.net/researcher
  9. Malann, Y.D., Aminu, K. and Olanrewaju, C. A. (2014). Antiplasmodial effect of ethanolic leaf extract of Irvingia gabonensis on Plasmodium berghei in mice. Global Journal of Current Research, 3 (1): 40-45. www.crdeep.com
  10. Olanrewaju C. A and Ahmed F. [2014]. Proximate analysis and phytochemical screening of some medicinal plants commonly used by Gwaris of FCT, Nigeria. International Journal of Current Research, 6 (6): 6964-6967. http://www.journalcru.com
  11. Olanrewaju, Comfort A. and Agbor, Rita Y. [2014]. Prevalence of Coccidiosis among poultry birds slaughtered at Gwagwalada main market, Abuja, FCT, Nigeria. The International Journal of Engineering and Science, 3 (1): 41-45.
  12. Olanrewaju C. A. and Uju B. C. [2014]. Phytochemical analysis and antibacterial activities of Ocimum gratissimum leaves. The International Journal of Engineering and Science. 3 (1): 46-51.

IBRAHIM NDAGINNA ABDULLAHI

  1. ABDULLAHI, I. N and Anyaegbu, P. O 2017. The performance of Soybean using Moringa as alley to improve soil productivity in North-Central Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol. 12(14), pp. 1182-1189, 2017. DOI: 10.5897/AJAR2017.12128
  2. ABDULLAHI, I N, Pam Z. Chuwang, Toba S. Anjorin, Hector Ikemefuna 2015. Determination of Mineral Accumulation through Litter Fall of Parkia Biglobosa Jacq Benth and Vitellaria Paradoxa Lahm Trees in Abuja, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research in Agricultural Sciences, 2(1), pp. 0016-021,
  3. ABDULLAHI, I N, Anyaegbu, P.O and Alliagbor, D. 2014. Effects of Moringa oleifera lam, leguminous plants and NPK fertilizer comparatively on Orange-fleshed sweet potato in alley cropping system. International Journal of Environment. Vol. 3. Issue 3. Pp 24-36.
  4. Salako, E. A, Anjorin, S.T, Omaliko, CPE, Oyerinde, A. A and ABDULLAHI, I. N. 2014. Pesticidal Plants Diversity, Status and Uses in North-Central Nigeria. Academia Arena. 6 (3):48-57.
  5. ABDULLAHI, I. N, 2013. Biotechnology Application for the Improvement of Nigeria’s Indigenous Tree Species: The Challenges of Micropropagation. A review paper. International Journal of Scientific Research in Environmental Sciences (IJSRES), 1(6), pp. 107-114, 2013.
  6. ABDULLAHI, I. N, Ochi K. and Gwaram A. B. 2013. Plant population and fertilizer application effects on biomass productivity of Moringa oleifera in North-Central Nigeria. Peak Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol.1 (6), 94-100.
  7. ABDULLAHI, I. N, Chuwang, P.Z and A. D Isah. 2012. Effect of biofertilizer on the growth of Vitellaria paradoxa seedlings. Journal of Research in Environmental Science and Toxicology. Vol. 1(11) pp. 294-297
  8. Anjorin, T.S., ABDULLAHI, I. N., Ikokoh, P. P., and Okolo, S.C. 2010. Influence of Albit® bioregulator on the growth and mineral composition of Amaranthus caudatus and Moringa oleifera. Zuma Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol. 8 No 1. December 2010.
  9. ABDULLAHI, I N. 2010. Assessment of status of the beekeeping practice in Sokoto State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Rural and Development (IJARD) Vol 1, No 2. June 2010.
  10. Shoot-Proliferation-Using-Cotyledonary-Nodes-of-Locally-Conserved-Parkia-biglobosa-Jacq.-Benth-Seeds

PROF. MABEL I EVWIERHOMA

  1. AESTHETICS OF AKPOGBEKU AN URHOBO HOME VIDEO FILM
  2. INDIGENOUS UKPIOVWIN WOMEN
  3. MATERIAL CULTURE MATERNAL CULTURE PEJU LAYIWOLAS ART
  4. NELLY NDAGUBA
  5. OGA STEVE ABAH PERFORMING LIFE GENDER AND CULTURAL ECONOMICS
  6. OLU OBAFEMIS WOUNDED WOMEN
  7. ONWUEMES RIOT IN HEAVEN
  8. OSOFISANS WOMEN IN OPEN STRUGGLE
  9. PASTORAL VERBAL PERFORFMANCE
  10. TESS ONWUEME DLB
  11. THE BARD THE TEXT GENDER CONTEXT
  12. THE HUMANITIES AND AFRICAS CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES
  13. THEATRE, CREATIVITY, GOVERNANCE
  14. VIEWED SNAPSHOTS OF SUNDRY FEMALE PARADIGMS IN DRAMA AND THEATRE
  15. WOMEN THROUGH THE EYES OF THE CAMERA

PROF. OLUMIDE OWOLABI

  1. An Indexed Method for Improving the Efficiency of the Binary Search Algorithm
  2. Conceptual Clustering Of RNA Sequences With Codon Usage Model
  3. Development of an identity management system for a web proxy server in a tertiary institution using anonymity technology
  4. HANDOVER MANAGEABILITY AND PERFORMANCE MODELING
  5. Hybrid Methods for Credit Card Fraud Detection Using K-means Clustering with Hidden Markov Model and Multilayer Perceptron Algorithm
  6. Knowledge and Attitudes towards Cervical Cancer
  7. On a cohesive focused and path-ascending crawling scheme for improved search results
  8. On an Improved Fuzzy C-Means Clustering Algorithm
  9. The Illusion in the Presentation of the Rank of a Web Page with Dangling Links

NNAJI CHARLES OGUNDU (PH.D)

  1. Comparative Introduction to Socionomy and Psychonomy
  2. Education Personification Theory on the Historicity of Classical Greek Philosophers
  3. Historical Ancient Mountain Cults
  4. Monastic Philosophy of the Origins of University Education
  5. Psychocosmic Analysis of Suicide
  6. theistic and Socionomic – Origin of Philosophy

Abdulkabir Ayansiji Adeyinka AYANNIYI

  1.  Odebode TO, Ademola-Popoola DS, Ojo TA, Ayanniyi AA. Ocular and visual complications of head injury. Eye 2005;19(5):561-566  http://www.nature.com/eye/journal/v19/n5/abs/6701566a.html.
  2. Ademola-Popoola DS, Akande T, Ayanniyi A. Ocular health status and practices among the workers of a steel rolling mill in Nigeria. Central European Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2005;11(3):163-168. http://www.omfi.hu/cejoem/Volume11/Vol11No3/CE05_3-01.html
  3. Ademola-Popoola DS, Ayanniyi AA. Relevance of Routine Preoperative Laboratory Tests Before Cataract and Glaucoma Surgery in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology 2005; 13(1): 4 – 7.
  4. Mahmoud AO, Olatunji FO, Ayanniyi AA. Ophthalmologists’ Perceptions of the Rehabilitation Services for the Irreversibly Blind in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of  Ophthalmology 2005; 13(2): 58-61. http://www.ajol.info/viewarticle.php?jid=69&id=27585&layout=abstract.
  5. Olatunji FO, Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA. What Nigerian Ophthalmologists Do For Their Irreversibly Blind Patients. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences 2006; 13(1): 36-39.
  6. Adeboye A, Ayanniyi AA, Ademola-Popoola DS, Owoeye JFA. The choice of ophthalmology as a career among Nigerian medical interns. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2006; 35: 321-323.
  7. Adepoju FG, Ayanniyi AA. Management of Cataract Surgery in a High Myope – A case Report. Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology 2006; 14(2): 65-67.
  8. Ayanniyi AA, Adeboye A, Ademola-Popoola DS. Ophthalmology Training In Nigeria: The Trainee Ophthalmologists’ Perspective. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal 2007;14(2):94- 97.
  9. Olatunji FO, Ayanniyi AA. Anxieties of Ophthalmic Surgical Patients About Ophthalmic Surgery. Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology 2007; 15(1): 10 – 12.
  10. Omolase CO, Fadamiro CO, Omolase BO, Ayanniyi AA, Omolade EO. Cataract Surgery Informed Consent Survey. Nigerian Medical Practitioner 2007; 51(6): 133 – 135.
  11. Olatunji FO, Fadeyi A, Ayanniyi AA, Akanbi II AA. Non-gonococcal bacteria agents of conjunctivitis and their antibiotic susceptibility patterns in Ilorin, Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2007; 36: 243-247.
  12. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Salman MF. Perceptions of Elementary School Teachers of their Pupils Eye Health in Ilorin. Sahel Medical Journal 2007; 10(3): 79-83.
  13. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Akanbi BT, Monsudi KF, Balarabe HA, Ribadu DY, Idris AA, Mohammed AA. Modifications in ophthalmological care desired by fasting Nigerian Muslims during the annual month- long Ramadan fast. Sahel Medical Journal 2007; 10(4): 123-127.
  14. Ayanniyi AA. Trainee Ophthalmologists Perspectives of Actions that can Eradicate Couching in West Africa. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences 2008; 15(1): 18-22.
  15. Olatunji FO, Ayanniyi AA. Assessment of pain perception during ophthalmic surgical procedures. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences 2008; 15(2): 11-15. http://www.ajol.info/viewarticle.php?jid=273&id=43573.
  16. Omolase CO, Mahmoud AO, Fadamiro CO, Ayanniyi AA, Omolade EO, Omolase BO. Eye safety practices in a rural Nigerian population in viewing solar eclipses. Nigerian Journal of surgical sciences 2008; 18(1):49-53.
  17. Ayanniyi AA, Olasunkanmi FO, Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi RO. Clinical findings among Nigerian paediatric glaucoma suspects during a school eye health survey. The Open Ophthalmology Journal 2008; 2: 137-140
    http://www.bentham.org/open/toophtj/ http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/tocrender.fcgi?journal=687&action=archive.
  18. Sanya EO, Adido J, Owoeye JF, Ayanniyi AA, Buhari MO, Yusuf IF, Rahman GA. Conjunctival Kaposi Sarcoma in HIV positive heterosexual Nigerian woman – a case report. West Afr J Med 2008; 27(1):50-2.
  19. Olatunji FO, Kirupananthan S, Ayanniyi AA, Abuh S. Causes of Adult blindness at ECWA Eye Hospital, Kano. Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology 2008; 16(2):51-54.
  20. Ayanniyi AA. A 39-year-old man with blindness following the application of raw cassava extract to the eyes. Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 2009; 15(2) http://www.djo.harvard.edu/site.php?url=/physicians/gr/1328.
  21. Ayanniyi AA. Emotional, Psychosocial And Economic Aspects of Anophthalmos And Artificial Eye Use. The Internet Journal of Ophthalmology and Visual Science 2009 Volume 7 Number 1.
  22. Olatunji FO, Kirupananthan S, Ayanniyi AA, Abuh S. Causes of childhood blindness at ECWA Eye Hospital, Kano, Nigeria. Afr J Med Med Sci 2009; 38(1):29-32.
  23. Ayanniyi AA, Taoheed AA. Fulfilling Human Resources Development Goal in West Africa: Can the training of Ophthalmologist Diplomates be improved? West Afr J Med 2009; 28(3): 177-181.
  24. Ayanniyi AA. Community Eye Health Module in West Africa: The trainee Ophthalmologists perspectives. West Afr J Med 2009; 28(4):245-248.
  25. Olatunji FO, Ayanniyi AA. Ophthalmic surgical patients: What additional information do they require before surgery? West Afr J Med 2009; 28(4):249-252.
  26. Ayanniyi AA, Bob-Egbe S, Olatunji FO, Omolase CO, Omolade EO, Ojehomon FO, Edward MK. Social marketing potential of qualitative cost-free-to-patient eye care programme in a Nigerian community. Annals of African Medicine 2009; 8(4):225-228.
  27. Ayanniyi AA, Adepoju FG, Owoeye JF. Trainee ophthalmologists opinion on ways to improve cataract surgical rate. Annals of African Medicine 2009; 8(4): 276-280.
  28. Ayanniyi AA, Mahmoud AO, Olatunji FO, Ayanniyi RO. Pattern of ocular trauma among primary school pupils in Ilorin, Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2009; 38: 193-196.
  29. Ayanniyi AA, Fadamiro CO. Patients’ Opinions of Free Eye Care Intervention in a Resource-limited Economy. Asian J Ophthalmol.2010;11:82-6. http://www.asianjo.com/current-and-past-issues-left-menu-180.
  30. Ayanniyi AA, Adepoju FG, Ayanniyi RO, Morgan RE. Challenges, Attitudes and Practices of the Spectacle Wearers in a Resource Limited Economy. Middle East AfrJ Ophthalmol 2010; 17 (1): 84-88.
  31. Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji FO, Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi RO. Knowledge and Attitude of Guardians towards Eye Health of Primary School Pupils in Ilorin, Nigeria. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal 2010; 17 (1): 1-5.
  32. Ayanniyi AA, Folorunso FN, Feyisayo G Adepoju. Refractive ocular conditions and reasons for spectacles renewal in a resource-limited economy BMC Ophthalmology 2010, 10:12 doi:10.1186/1471-2415-10-12.
    http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2415/10/12.
  33. Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji FO, Adeboye A, Ayanniyi RO. Awareness and knowledge of eye care providers among government workers in Ilorin, Nigeria. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal 2010; 17 (2): 133-137.
  34. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Oyedepo OO. Paediatric ophthalmic indications for examination under anaesthesia in Ilorin, Nigeria. Annals of African Medicine 2010; 9(3):181-183. DOI: 10.4103/1596-3519.68357.
  35. Ayanniyi AA, Ayanniyi RO, Adefisan SA, Saka MJ, Danfulani M. Opinion of Surgical Eye Patients on Preoperative Routine HIV Screening in a Resource Limited Economy. Journal of AIDS and HIV Research 2010; 2(3): 95-100. http://www.academicjournals.org/jahr
  36. Ayanniyi AA, Mahmoud AO, Olatunji FO. Causes and prevalence of ocular morbidity among primary school children in Ilorin, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of clinical practice 2010; 13(3):248-253. www.inasp.info. And www.mdcan-ng.org.
  37. Mahmoud AO, Kuranga SA, Ayanniyi AA, Babata AI, Adido J, Uyanne I. Appropriateness of ophthalmic cases presenting to a Nigerian tertiary health facility: implications for service delivery in a developing country. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice 2010; 13(3):280-283. www.inasp.info. And www.mdcan-ng.org.
  38. Ayanniyi AA, Fadamiro CO, Adeyemi JB, Folorunso FN, Uzukwu SC. Common Refractive Errors among The Ekitis of South-Western Nigeria. Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2010; 1(9): 401-406. http://www.interesjournals.org/JMMS.
  39. Ayanniyi AA, Jamda AM, Badmos KB, Adelaiye RS, Mahmoud AO, Kyari F, Nwana EJ. Awareness and knowledge of ocular cancers in a resource-limited economy.North Am J Med Sci 2010; 2: 524-529. Doi: 10.4297/najms.2010.2524. www.najms.org ISSN: 1947 – 2714.
  40. Okesina BA, Owoeye JFA, Jimoh AA, Ayanniyi AA, Biliaminu SK. Biochemical Changes in Primary Open Angle Glaucoma Patients in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. European Journal of Scientific Research 2011; 49 (2): 293-299. http://www.eurojournals.com/ejsr.htm.
  41. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Lawal A, Omolase CO, Ologunsua Y, Samaila E. Perceptions of Nigerian Medical Specialists on Research. Journal of Public Health in Africa 2011; 2:e1. Doi:10.4081/jphia.2011.e1.
  42. Adepoju FG, Ayanniyi AA, Pam V, Akanbi TB. Human resource development for Vision 2020 in developing countries: a change from absolute numbers. Eur J Ophthalmol 2011; 21(6): 820 – 825. DOI:10.5301/EJO.2011.6434.
  43. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi. A 14-year old girl who regained normal vision after bilateral visual impairment following hot water injury to the eyes, Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology 2011;25(2):207-210. doi:10.1016/j.sjopt.2010.09.001. www.saudiophthaljournal.com www.ksu.edu.sa www.sciencedirect.com.
  44. Ayanniyi AA, Badmos KB, Olatunji FO, Owoeye JF, Sanni TO. Blindness Caused by Pterygium – A Case Report. Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research 2011; 3(1):60-62.
  45. Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji FO, Majengbasan T, Ayanniyi RO, Danfulani M. Ophthalmic practice health hazards among ophthalmologists in a resource-limited setting. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease 2011;17-20. www.apjtcm.com.
  46. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Lawal A, Omolase CO, Ologunsua Y, Samaila E. Ophthalmic Research Priorities and Practices in Nigeria: An Assessment of the Views of Nigerian Ophthalmologists. Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol 2011; 18 (2): 164-169.
  47. Olatunji FO, Ibrahim FU, Ayanniyi AA, Azonobi RI, Tukur RB, Maji DA. Surgical removal of eyes in a tertiary institution in North eastern Nigeria. The Annals of African Surgery 2011; 7:24-27.
  48. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Lawal A, Omolase CO, Ologunsua Y, Samaila E. Survey of medical specialists on their attitudes to and resources for health research in Nigeria Annals of African Medicine 2011; 10(2):144-149. DOI: 10.4103/1596-3519.82078.
  49. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Salman MF. Observations of teachers in llorin, Nigeria on their practices of corporal punishment that are potentially injurious to their pupils’ eyes. Annals of African Medicine 2011;10(2):150-154. DOI:10.4103/1596-3519.82075.
  50. Ayanniyi AA, Ayanniyi AA. A 37-year old lady presenting with impaired visual function during anti-tuberculosis drug therapy: a case report. Journal of Medical Case Reports 2011, 5:317 doi:10.1186/1752-1947-5-317.
  51. Emue BE, Ayanniyi AA, Nwegbu MM, Ibekwe TS. Acute Effects of Formalin-Treated Cadaver on Nigerian Medical Students. American Journal of TROPICAL MEDICINE &Public Health 2011;1(3):89-96, www.sciencedomain.org.
  52. Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA, Lawal A, Omolase CO, Ologunsua Y, Samaila E. Survey of the Attitudes of Nigerian Ophthalmologists to and Resources for Ophthalmic Research. Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol 2012; 19(1): 123-128.
  53. Ayanniyi AA, Chikwe AC. Eye screening for automobile drivers: the need to make it mandatory Eye test among automobile drivers. Sudanese Journal of Public Health 2012;7(2):41-46.
  54. Adekoya BJ, Ayanniyi AA, Adepoju FG, Omolase CO, Owoeye JF. Minimising cornea scarring from the use of harmful traditional eye remedies in a developing countries. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine 2012;22(4):274-278.
  55. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA. Bodily and Ocular Injuries following Tear Gas Canister Explosion. Asian Journal of Health and Medical Sciences Vol. 1, No. 1 [69-74]. www.ajhms.org.
  56. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Oguntunde OO. Awareness and practice of telemedicine among staff of the Federal Medical Centre at Birnin Kebbi, Nigeria. J Telemed Telecare 2012 18:427 – 428.
  57. Adepoju FG, Adekoya BJ, Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji V. Poor cataract surgical output: Eye care workers perspective in north central Nigeria. Niger J Clin Pract 2012;15:408-14.
  58. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA. Evisceration in Federal Medical Centre, Birnin Kebbi, Nigeria. Middle East Journal of Internal Medicine 2012;5(5): 35-38.
  59. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA. Open Eye Injuries among Children in the Sahel. Nigerian Medical Practitioner 2012;62(3):86-89.
  60. Ayanniyi AA, Monsudi KF. Uniocular Blindness Following Thermal Injury. Malays J Med Sci. Jan-Mac 2013; 20(1): 87-90.
  61. Ayanniyi AA, Monsudi KF, Danfulani M, Jiya PY, Balarabe HA. Uniocular blindness in a six-year-old boy following penetrating eye injury from a domestic hen peck. J R Soc Med Sh Rep 2013;4:9. DOI 10.1258/shorts.2012.012025.
  62. Ayanniyi AA, Monsudi KF. Unilateral blindness in a-33-year old man following assault by a roaming mentally ill man. Middle East Journal of Psychiatry and Alzheimers, 2013;4(1):40-42.
  63. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Balarabe AH. Indications for destructive ocular surgeries in Nigeria. Nepal J Ophthalmol 2013;5(9):24-27.
  64. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA. Ocular trauma in Birnin Kebbi, Nigeria. Hamdan Medical Journal 2013; 6:85–88 (http://dx.doi.org/10.7707/hmj.v6i1.176).
  65. Ayanniyi AA, Fadamiro CO, Olatunji FO, Hassan MB, Adekoya BJ, Owoeye JF, Uyanne IA. Visual Disability: Causes and Implications on Patients’ Daily Living. Asian Journal of Medical Science 2013; 4 (1):21-29. http://nepjol.info/index.php/AJMS.
  66. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji FO, AbdulFattah I. Penetrating Ocular Injuries in a Tertiary Health Facility. American Journal of Medical Sciences and Medicine,2013;1(4):66-68. http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajmsm/1/4/4.DOI:10.12691/ajmsm-1-4-4.
  67. Balarabe AH, Ayanniyi AA, Monsudi KF. Challenges of Managing Advanced Retinoblastoma in a 4 Year Old Nigerian Girl: Case Report and Review of Literature. Int J Ophthalmic Pathol 2013; 2(4): 1-3. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2324-8599.1000123.
  68. Adekoya BJ, Shah SP, Onakoya AO, Ayanniyi AA. Glaucoma in southwest Nigeria:clinical presentation, family history and perceptions. The International Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s10792-014-9903-2.
  69. Ayanniyi AA, Jamda MA, Badmos KB, Adelaiye RS, Kyari F, Nwana EJ. Beliefs, Attitudes and Health-seeking behavior towards ocular cancers among adults in Abuja, Nigeria. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care 2013; 25 (2):28-35.
  70. Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji FO, Hassan RY, Adekoya BJ, Monsudi KF, Jamda AM. Awareness and attitude of spectacle wearers to alternatives to corrective eyeglasses. Asian J Ophthalmol. 2013;3:86-94.
  71. Balarabe AH, Mahmoud AO, Ayanniyi AA. The Sokoto blind beggars: Causes of blindness and barriers to rehabilitation services. Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol 2014;21:147-52.
  72. Ayanniyi AA, Monsudi KF, Balarabe AH, Isa A. Do medical practitioners perform eye examination as a component of managing diabetic patients? Saudi J Health Sci 2014;3:32-6. DOI:10.4103/2278-0521.130203. www.saudijhealthsci.org.
  73. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Lawal TO. Non-surgical Management of Bilateral Ectropion in a 5 hours Old Collodion Baby: A Case Report. Ophthalmology Research: An International Journal 2014;2(5): 227-232.
  74. Ayanniyi AA, Ejikeme UG, Tanko Y, Muhammad RC, Nnodu OE, “Blinding Bilateral Hyperviscosity Retinopathy in a 43-Year-Old Nigerian Male with Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma: A Case Report and Management Challenges,” Case Reports in Oncological Medicine, vol. 2014, Article ID 567632, 4 pages,
    2014. doi:10.1155/2014/567632.
  75. Adepoju FG, Patel D, Ayanniyi AA, Adekoya BJ, Omolase CO, Monsudi KF. Cataract Surgical Services in Kwara State, Nigeria. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research2014;4(20):3743-3754.
  76. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Olatunji FO, Panti AA, Isa A. Survey of Medical Officers Attitudes and Knowledge of Eye Conditions in Older Patients. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research (BJMMR) 2015; 5(7): 889-894. DOI: 10.9734/BJMMR/2015/9205.www.sciencedomain.org.
  77. Ayanniyi AA, Monsudi KF, Oduola TK, Olatunji FO. Awareness and knowledge of HIV and its ocular association among Nigerian graduate youth corps. Adv Pediatr Res 2:2. Doi:10.12715/apr.2015.2.2.
  78. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Saka ES, Olatunji FO. Ocular injuries from the horsewhip: A 9 years retrospective study. Afr J Trauma 2014;3(2):73-5.
  79. Monsudi KF, Jyotirmay B, Ayanniyi AA. Mycophenolate Mofetil Therapy in Scleritis: Analysis of seven cases in a tertiary eye hospital in India. Journal of Chitwan Medical College 2015;5(11):33-37.
  80. Ayanniyi AA, Yusuf A, Ogedengbe JO, Muhammad RC. Visual Challenges to Learning Among Secondary School Students in Abuja, Nigeria. New Nigeria Journal of Clinical Research 2014;4: 558 – 70.
  81. Monsudi KF, Oladele TO, Nasir AA, Ayanniyi AA. Medical ethics in sub-Sahara Africa: closing the gaps. African Health Science 2015; 15(2): 673-681.
  82. Olatunji FO, Ayanniyi AA, Azonobi RI, Ibrahim UF, Jibrin AS, Monsudi KF, Saka-Eletu S, Rano BT, Danjuma M. Intraocular Pressure Changes During Ramadan Fasting: Effect of Change in Weight and Review of Available Reports. Sudan JMS 2015;10(2):67-72.
  83. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Danfulani M, Balarabe AH. Traumatic enucleation and Colles’ fracture in a-70 year old farmer. Malaysian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 2015;2(3).
  84. Monsudi KF, Ayanniyi AA, Lawal TO, Adepoju FG, and Saka ES. Paediatric ocular and adnexa malformation in Birnin Kebbi, Northwestern Nigeria. Res. J. of Health Sci. 2015; 3(2): 91-99.
  85. Monsudi KF, Allen F, Ayanniyi AA. Evaluating cataract surgery numbers and constraints to the delivery of optimal cataract services in Kebbi state, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Family Practice 2017;8(3):53-61.
  86. Ayanniyi AA. Should glaucoma be public funded in Nigeria? Arguments against funding glaucoma treatment and rebuttal Njo_3_17. In Press: Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology.
  87. Ayanniyi AA. Should glaucoma be public funded in Nigeria? Resource Allocation and Justice-based Arguments for funding glaucoma treatment Njo_5_17. In Press: Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology.
    88. Ayanniyi AA. Should Glaucoma be Publicly Funded in Arguments for Funding
    Glaucoma Treatment Njo_4_17. In Press: Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology.
  88. Fasasi MK, Ayanniyi AA. Evaluating resource for cataract surgical services in Kebbi, Nigeria. tjo_47_17. In Press: Taiwan J Ophthalmol. 2017

DR UKAMAKA DOROTY ITANYI

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  17. Socio-Economic Predictors of Youth Violence in Nigeria.
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  19. Strategies for Improving the Management of Special Collections.
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ROS Okafor

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