Mr Olalekan Fadare is currently an assistant lecturer in the biological science department (Microbiology option) of the basic and applied sciences Elizade university.Studied Medical microbiology and microbiology at the masters and undergraduate level respectively. He has attended workshop on occupational health and safety procedures at Darent valley hospital London. Seeking to commence his further research work on the contribution of the gut microbiota to human health at the PhD level.
My long term research interests is focused on establishing a well documented physiological, ecological and behavioural pattern of a particular group of the gut microbiota especially the probiotics (i.e beneficial bacteria) in association with bowel health using various molecular techniques.
Abata, M. A., Tijani, O., & Omokehinde, J. O. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES IN HOLDING AND NON-HOLDING OPERATING STRUCTURED BANKS IN NIGERIA.
Fadare, J. O., Babatunde, O. A., Olanrewaju, T., & Busari, O. (2013). Discharge against medical advice: Experience from a rural Nigerian hospital. Annals of Nigerian Medicine, 7(2), 60.
Adesina, O. C., Agbu, O., Akanji, O. O., Aluaigba, M. T., Badru, R. O., Danmole, H. O., ... & Lenihan, E. (2010). Marginality and Crisis: Globalization and Identity in Contemporary Africa. Lexington Books.
AKINSEYE, F. (2017). Challenges of soil-transmitted Helminthiasis in some communities in Ondo state, Nigeria. Int. J. Adv. Res. Biol. Sci, 4(3), 164-171.