Frederick O.   Oladeinde

Lecturer

 
DEGREES:                 

Ph.D (Pharmacology), University of Ibadan, Nigeria 1988

M.S. (Medicinal Chemistry), Northeastern University, Boston, MA 1981         

B.S. (Chemistry), Morgan State Univ., Baltimore, MD. 1978            

Research Interests/Projects:

Dr. Oladeinde is much interested in analytical and synthetic medicinal chemistry; quality assessment of foods and pharmaceuticals (products and raw materials); pharmacokinetic studies (pre-clinical and clinical), Phytochemistry, and herbal medical studies as related to the management of diabetes and cancers.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

2005:  The University of the West Indies Diabetes Outreach Certification on Aging & Diabetes Management. 

2005:  "The Art & Science of Grant Writing", US Dept of Housing and Urban development, Faith-based and  Community Initiatives. 

2004: The University of the West Indies Diabetes Outreach Certification on New Trends in Diabetes Management

2003: Board Certification on Advances in Diabetes Research, From Cell Biology to Cell Therapy, the City of Hope National Medical Center (35 hrs of category 1 Credit toward AMA Physicians Recognition Award)

1990: Designated Food and Drug Analyst, Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria

DISTINCTION, AWARDS AND HONORS.

2008: Appointed READER, Advanced Placement Program, Educational Testing  Services (ETS), Princeton, NewJersey, USA

2005: Acres of Diamonds Award (The Minority Trainee Research Forum), National Abstract Competition and   Distinction in Oral /Poster Presentations, Temple University Medical School, Pennsylvania, USA

2005: Postdoctoral Research Fellow Associate, Fulbright Scholar

2004: Outstanding CAM Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, 1st Annual Award, Public Health Program, School of Graduate Studies, Morgan State University  (MSU), Baltimore, MD.

1986:Honorary Research Associate - Dept. of Pharmacology/Therapeutics, University of Liverpool, U.K.

1975-1977: Dean's List, Department of Chemistry, Morgan State University,    Baltimore, MD, USA.

1978: Merck Index Award, Department of Chemistry, MSU, Baltimore, MD, USA.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

2007:           Member, America Chemical Society

2004:           Member, Caribbean Association of Researchers and Herbal Practitioners

2003:           Member, Environmental Science Research Team, Dept. of Biology, MSU, Baltimore, MD.

1993-2001:  Member, Editorial Board, African J. Med and Pharm. Sciences, Ogun  State University, Sagamu, Nigeria

1991 to date:  Member, Institute of Public Analysts' of Nigeria (IPAN)

1989-2001:   Member, Institute of Biology, Nigeria Branch.

1987-2001:    Member, West African Society for Pharmacology (WASP)

WORK EXPERIENCE

2003 to date:  Adjunct Professor/Lecturer,  Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD. USA.

Lectures Undergraduates in General Chemistry &  Laboratories (Honors Students), Organic Chemistry &  Laboratories; and Graduate Students in Chemistry of Natural  Products (2004).

2002 -2005:  Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), School of Public Health & Policy. MSU, Baltimore, MD. USA.

2002:Head - Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

2001-2002:  Environmental Consultant, Ogun & Oyo States, Nigeria.

2001-2006: Quality Assurance Consultant, Procter & Gamble Nigeria on  Raw Materials, Products, Production Sites and Warehouses

1997 - 2000:Sub-Dean Postgraduate, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Chairman, Faculty PG Subcommittee, Faculty of Pharmacy, U.I. Nigeria.

Theses Examined                  

1995- 2005:                MSc/Ph.D in Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1)

                                        Ph.D  in Pharmaceutics (1)

                                        MSc/Ph.D in Pharmacognosy (1)  

                                        Ph.D in Pharmaceutical Microbiol. (1)

                                        MSc/Ph.D in Biochemistry/Toxicology (2)

                                        MSc/Ph.D Pharmacology (2)

                                        M.Phil Wild Life & Fisheries Mgt (1)

1994-2002:                   Supervised Postgraduates {Ph.D (3) & MSc (15)}. Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (DPC), U.I, Ibadan,  Nigeria.

1994:                             Associate Professor, DPC, U.I, Ibadan, Nigeria.

1993-1996:                   Founding Coordinator (Dean), Faculty of Pharmacy, Obafemi Awolowo College of Health Sciences (OACHS),  Ogun State Univ. (OSU), Sagamu, Nigeria.

1993-1994:                   Head (Sabbatical), Dept. of Pharmacology, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, OACHS, OSU, Sagamu, Nigeria

1991-1992:                   State Commissioner, Agriculture and Water Resources, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria

1983-1994:                   Assistant Professor, DPC, U.I, Ibadan, Nigeria

TREATISES SUPERVISED AT MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (2002 -2007)

1.       Ewa,  Kwasnik.  BSc Biochemistry, MSc (Herbal medicine Student). (2007) (Tai Sophia Institute, Laurel, MD). Total Phenol Content and protein assay of Artemisia vulgaris, and Mugwort

2.       Curtis-Joubert, Ava, MD. Post-doc. Research CAM Fellow, School of Public Health, MSU (2005/2006/2007), Traditional Extraction and Phytochemical Screening of Myoticeae Eucalyptus amygdalina.

3.       Cynthia Johnson, B.S., M.S (Herbal Medicine). (2005/2006)(Tai Sophia Institute, Laurel, MD). Total Phenol Content of Some Medicinal Plants found in Kenya, Maryland and Nigeria.

4.       Emmanuel Jeffrey, BSc.Student (2006). Morgan State University, Comparative Analysis Of Pcbs In Phragmites Plant  Harvested From Smithsonian And Fort Mchenry  Chesapeake Bay.

5.       Moore, J, MSc. Student (2005), Department of Education, MSU: Traditional Extraction and Phytochemical Screening of Sorrel (Hibiscus species). Middle School Teacher, Baltimore City School Board.

6.       Lindsey, G, RD, Pre-doctoral Research Fellow (2005), Public Health Program, MSU: Traditional Extraction and Phytochemical Screening of Pineapple.

7.       Thomas, Karen, MD, (2005) Dept of Biology, Baltimore City Community College: Traditional Extraction and Phytochemical screening of Comfrey (Boraginaceae).

8.       Dewayne Stennett (M. Phil. Student) (2005). The University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica: Carbohydrate metabolism and anti-oxidant enzymes in hypercholesterolemic mice fed bitter yam (Dioscorea polygonoides) proprietary preparations.

9.       Brian Atkins, MSc. (2004/2005) (Botanical Healing) Student from Tai-Sophia Institute, Laurel, MD: Botanical Extraction Techniques and Phytochemical Screening of Prunus Africana & Russelia Equisetiformis

10.    Chris Foster, MSc. (2004/2005) (Applied Biological Anthropology) Student, University of Maryland, College Park. Botanical Extraction Techniques and Phytochemical Screening of  Cnidoscolus Aconitifolius and Khaya Grandifoliola

11.    Joshua Dogan: MSc Student (2004) from University of Maryland: Ethnobotanical Extraction Techniques and Phytochemical Screening of Ruselia Equisetiformis

12.    Dennis Bailey: M. Phil. Student (2004) from The University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica: Phytochemical Screening and Analysis of anthocyanins in Jamaica Moonshine/Darknight yams. (PhD Candidate, UWI)

13.    Kathleen Lobban: Ph.D. Student (2004) from The University of The West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica: Protein Gene Expression Profiling of Jamaican yam tubers. (Assistant Lecturer, University of Technology, Kingston, Jamaica).

14.    Patrick Kimani, MSc. Student, MSU- Short-term Trainee (2003) on Phytochemical Screening and Anti-diabetic Animal Studies on C. Aconitifolius leafy extract

15.    Michael Mbagu, MSc. Student, MSU- Short-term Trainee (2003) on Isolation and Phytochemical Screening of C. Aconitifolius leafy extract.

Publications

A.  Herbal Natural Products' studies

1.      C.E. Johnson, F. O. Oladeinde, A.M. Kinyua, R. Michelin, J.M. Makinde, A.A.  Jaiyesimi, W.N. Mbiti, G.N. Kamau, W.M  Kofi-Tsekpo, S. Pramanik, A. Williams, A. Kennedy,Y. Bronner, K.Clarke, P.Fofonoff, and D.Nemerson (2008).   Comparative Assessment of Total Phenolic Content in Selected Medicinal Plants, Nig. J. Nat. Prod. & Med. 12,40-46.

2.       Frederick Oladeinde, Henry I. Lowe, Joseph L. Bryant. Screening of Natural Plant Extracts For Anti-Tumor Properties against Aids-Associated and Non-Aids Associated Cancers, Annals of Oncology 2008, Volume 19, Supplement 3.

3.       F.O. Oladeinde, A.M. Kinyua, A.A. Laditan, R. Michelin, J.L. Bryant, F. Denaro, J.M. Makinde, A.L. Williams, A.P. Kennedy and Y. Bronner  (2007). Effect Of Cnidoscolus Aconitifolius Leaf Extract On The Blood  Glucose And Insulin Levels of  Inbred Type 2 Diabetic Mice, Cell Mol. Biol. 53 (3): 34-41.

4.       Frederick O Oladeinde, Antony M Kinyua, Adewale Laditan, Ruel Michelin, Modupe Makinde, Arthur L Williams, Alvin P Kennedy, Emmanuel A Taylor, and Yvonne Bronner (2004). Phytochemical and Anti-diabetic studies of Cnidoscolus Aconitifolius (Euphorbiaceae), West Indian Medical Journal, 53 (Suppl 1): 30.

5.       Oladeinde, F.O. Kinyua, A.M., Mbagu, M., Makinde, M., Iwunze, M.O., Hijji,Y.M.,William, A.L., Kennedy, A.P.,  Taylor, E.A. (2003).Investigation of the Water, Alcohol and Microwave Extraction Techniques of  Khaya Grandifoliola plant bark., The American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 69 (3): 494.

6.       Oladeinde, F.O; Adeboye, J.O; and Moronkola, I.A. (2002). Review of the Chemical Constituents and Chemotherapeutic   uses of five Nigerian Plants: Khaya senegalensis, Cola nitida, mangifera indica, Citrus sinensis and Citrus aurantifolia. Journal of Tropical Forestry Resources, 18 (1): 50-54.

7.       Oladeinde, F.O. and Ayim J.S.K. (1993) Colorimetric Determination of Calcium and Iron Levels in Selected Vegetables,Nigeria Journal of Nutritional Sciences, 14, 41-44.

B. Analytical & Synthetic Medicinal Chemistry

8.       Oladeinde, F.O., Ali, J.O., Olaniyi, A.A. (2003). Effective Synthesis and Acute Toxicity (LD50) of Amodiaquine-zinc  Complex, The American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 69 (3): 493.

9.       Oladeinde, F.O. Adegoke,A., Daodu J., Olaniyi, A.A., Iwunze, M.O., Njah, VCO. (2003). Proton NMR and Spectrofluorimetric Characterizations of Amodiaquine-zinc, Amodiaquine-zinc-chloroquine, & Amodiaquine-manganese   Complexes. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 69 (3): 493.

10.    Oladeinde, F.O. Adegoke,A., Daodu, J., Olaniyi,A.A., Iwunze, M.O., Njah, VCO. (2003). Proton NMR and spectrofluorimetric characterizations of quinine-zinc, quinine-cobalt, & quinine-nickel complexes, The American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, 69 (3): 493-494.

11.    Oladeinde,F.O; Ademowo,G.A; Keleko,B.A; and Olaniyi,A.A (2002). Zinc-Quinine complex: Synthesis and in vitro antimalarial activity. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene. 67 (2): 303.

C.  Quality Assurance Assessment/Bioavailability/Bioequivalent

12.    Ilupeju,T.O; Oladeinde, F.O; Olaniyi, A.A and Amosu, M.A (2004). Bioequivalence Study of three Generic Formulations of Co-trimoxazole Tablets in Human Urine, African Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences, 33: 341-345.

13.    Adeniyi, B.A., Idowu, P.A., Oladeinde, F.O. and Adeyeye, G.T. (2004). Comparative Quality Assurance Studies of Commercial Sachet Package Drinking Water from Three Western States of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Science Vol. 38:  155-159.

14.    Oladeinde, F.O; and Obodoechina, J.E (2003). Comparative Studies on the Quality of some Benzyl-benzoate Anti-scabies marketed in the Southern Part of Nigeria, African Journal of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7: 1-7.

15.    Oladeinde, F.O; Nwankwo, E.I; Moronkola, O.A; Amosu, M.A; and Farayola, B.A. (2002) Determination of Indigenous and Foreign Alcoholic Beverages' Levels in Urine by Quantitative IR Spectroscopy. African Journal of Biomedical Sciences, 5: 73-76.

16.    Oladeinde, F.O; Adeniyi B.A and Bamidele B.S (2001). Chemical Equivalence and Antibacterial Studies of Multi-Sourced Ampiclox Capsules. Nigerian Journal of Sciences, 35(1): 51-55.

17.    Oladeinde, F.O. and Orgah, A.E. (2000). The effects of some selected oxidizing agents on amodiaquine:  an analytical appraisal in urine. African Journal of Medicine & Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3: 64-74.

18.    Oladeinde, F.O. and Adeyemi, A.A. (1999). Application of UV Spectrophotometry to the Assay of Triprolidine/Pseudoephedrine in a Dosage form and Pre-treated Human Urine.West African Journal of Pharmacology & Drug Research, 15: 31-35.

19.    Oladeinde, F.O; and Mmeka, C.C. (1993). Quality Assessment of Cooking Salt sold in Ibadan, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Nutritional Sciences, 14, 33-36.

D. Pharmacology (Pharmacokinetics)

20.    Oladeinde, F.O. and Salako L.A. (1997). Effect of Protein Deficiency (Kwashiorkor) on the Disposition of Amodiaquine in the Rat. African Journal of Medicine & Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1:41-47.

21.    Oladeinde, F.O. Fagbohun A and Fasanmade, A.A (1997) Effect of Oral Amodiaquine Administration on Some Homeostatic Variables in Healthy Nigerians. BIOKEMISTRI, 7 (2): 61-66.

22.    Oladeinde, F.O. and Salako, L.A (1995) Determination of the Degree of Binding of Amodiaquine to Plasma Protein. Nigeria Journal of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, 10: 81-84.

23.    Oladeinde, F.O. (1991). Comparison of the Urinary Excretion Time-Profile of Amodiaquine in Albino Rabbits after Fluorometric and High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Methods, African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 20, 135-141.

24.    Oladeinde, F.O. (1990). Stability Studies and Identification of a Decomposition Product of Amodiaquine: A Preliminary Investigation. West African Journal of Pharmacology and Drug Research, 9 (Supplement) 23-25.

 Books/Chapter in a Book

25.    Frederick O. Oladeinde, Antony M. Kinyua, Adewale Laditan, Brian Atkins, Chris Foster, Modupe Makinde, Arthur L.  Williams, Alvin P. Kennedy, and Yvonne Bronner (2005). A pictorial presentation of herbal products' studies at Morgan     State University-Complementary and Alternative Medicine Center In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Herbal Medicine in the Caribbean, Yuri N. Clement and Compton E. Seaforth (Eds). St. Lucia, West Indies.

26.    Olaniyi, A. A; Babalola, C. P; Oladeinde, F.O; and Adegoke, A.O (2001). Proceedings of 4th National Workshop on Biopharmaceutical Methods in Drug Quality Assurance, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Ibadan, Omoade Printing Press, Ibadan , Nigeria, Pp 1-179.

27.    Oladeinde, F.O. (2001). "Current Trends in the Analysis of Drugs in Biological Fluids" in: Proceedings of 4th National Workshop on Biopharmaceutical Methods in Drug Quality Assurance, Olaniyi, A.A; Babalola, C. P; Oladeinde, F.O; and Adegoke, A. O (Eds). Omoade Printing Press, Ibadan, Nigeria. Pp 151-164.

28.    Oladeinde, F.O. (1998) "Have we optimized our usage of anti-malarial Drugs?" First Faculty of Pharmacy Lecture, 50thAnniversary Celebration, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp 1-40.

29.    Oladeinde, F.O. (1992). "Strategies for Food Production, Processing and availability in Ogun State of Nigeria" in:Proceedings of 15th Anniversary/ Annual Conference of the Nigeria Institute of Food Science and Technology, Balogh, E (ed), Oct. 29th-2nd Nov. 1991. Otta, Nigeria, Pp17-20.

 Abstracts and Presentations

30.      Dewayne Stennett, Helen Asemota, Frederick Oladeinde, Andrew Wheatley, Lowell Dilworth, Oswald Simon, Christine Hohmann, Joseph Bryant and Yvonne Bronner, Bitter Yam Biomaterials influence Kidney Function and Electrolytes Balance in Transgenic Mice Model of Hypercholesterolemia, Oral Presentation at the 4th International Congress of Nanotechnology Nov 5-8, 2007 in San Francisco.

31.        E. Kwasnik, A.M. Kinyua, F.O. Oladeinde, R. Michelin, S. Pramanik, A. Kennedy, A. Williams, and Y. Bronner.  Total  Phenolic content and Protein Assay of Artemisia vulgaris, Mugwort. NTA Annual National Conference-Technical Symposium Presentations, Bridging the Gap: Scientific and Technical Literacy in the 21st Century, The Hilton    Baltimore/BWI Airport Hotel, July 19 - 21, 2007

 32.         A.M. Kinyua, F.O. Oladeinde, R. Michelin, A. Laditan, W. Leitner, E. Bergmann-Leitner, W.N. Mbiti, G.N. Kamau,  W.M. Kofi-Tsekpo, E.A. Taylor, J.M. Makinde, S. Paramanik, A. Williams, A. Kennedy, F.W. Oliver and Y.  Bronner.  Preliminary Investigations of In vitro response of Prostate Cancer Cell Line to Aqueous Extracts from Prunus africanus,   NTA Annual National Conference-Technical Symposium Presentations, Bridging the Gap: Scientific and Technical   Literacy in the 21st Century, The Hilton Baltimore/BWI Airport Hotel, July 19 - 21, 2007

 33.        Joubert, A.G, Oladeinde, F.O, Kinyua, A.M, and Bronner,Y. Phytochemical    Screening of Chemical Constituents of  Corymbia citriodora var.citriodora (Eucalyptus). NTA Annual National Conference-Technical Symposium      Presentations, Bridging the Gap: Scientific and Technical Literacy in the 21st  Century, The Hilton Baltimore/BWI Airport  Hotel, July 19 - 21, 2007

34.         Dewayne Stennett, Helen Asemota, Frederick Oladeinde, Andrew Wheatley, Lowell Dilworth, Oswald Simon, Christine  Hohmann, Joseph Bryant and Yvonne Bronner, Hepatic and Nephrotic Changes Induced by Bitter Yam Biomaterials  in Transgenic Mice Model of Hypercholesterolemia, The Fifteenth International Conference on COMPOSITES/NANO ENGINEERING (ICCE - 15), Haikou, Hainan Island, China, Hawaii of the Orient, 15-21 July 2007.

35.        Frederick Oladeinde, Henry I. C. Lowe, Omer Thomas, Joseph L. Bryant, Natural Plant Extracts for Anti-Tumor, Anti-HIV/Aids and As Adjuvant, 2nd    Morgan State University International Complementary and Alternative Medicine  Conference, May 26 2006.

 36.         Joubert, A.G., Lindsey, G., Oladeinde,  F.O., Kinyua, A.M., and Bronner,Y. Phytochemical Screening of Corymbia citriodora var.citriodora (Eucalyptus), 2nd Morgan State University International Complementary and Alternative Medicine Conference, May 26 2006.

37.         Antony M. Kinyua, Frederick O. Oladeinde, Frederick Oliver, Eugene Hoffman, Rashaan Ballard, Nnenna Ewing, Yvonne Bronner Kelton Clarke, Paul Fofonoff, and David Nemerson, Mössbauer Investigations of Phragmites australis and Spartina alterniflora. 4th Nassau Mössabauer Symposium, Nassau Community College Garden City, New York USA January 13-14, 2006.

38.         Oladeinde, F.O., Adeniyi, B.A., Omueti, O., Kinyua, A.M.,  Laditan, A.,  Kennedy, A.P., Williams, A.L., and        Bronner,Y. Comparative Quality Assurance Study of Tofu: Soya Cheese, 133rd Annual Meeting of American Public Health Association (APHA), November 5-9, 2005.

39.         Frederick Oladeinde, Antony Kinyua, Emmanuel Jeffrey, Paul Fofonoff, David Nemerson and Kelton Clarke, Comparative Analysis of PCBS in Phragmites Plant Havested from Smithsonian and Fort McHenry ChesapeakeBay, Second International Symposium on Recent Advances in Environmental Health Research. Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi, USA at the Marriott Hotel of Downtown,  Jackson, September 18-21, 2005.

40.         FO. Oladeinde, R. Michelin, A.M. Kinyua, A. Laditan, J.M. Makinde, A. Williams, A. Kennedy, and Y.Bronner, In  Vitro Response of Human Cancer Cell Line 293 to Aqueous Extracts of C. aconitifolius and R. equisetiformis,  MINORITY TRAINEE RESEARCH FORUM of the Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, The      Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club, City of Aventura, Florida, USA, September 7-11, 2005.

41.         Frederick O. Oladeinde, Antony M. Kinyua, Adewale Laditan, Brian Atkins, Chris Foster, Modupe Makinde, Arthur L. Williams, Alvin P. Kennedy, and Yvonne Bronner. Phytochemical Screening of Cnidoscolus aconitifolius and Russelia equisetiformis Used for the Treatment of Diabetes, and Leukemia. Traditional African Medicine Conference, Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, Washington DC, USA, July 6-9, 2005.

42.         Frederick O. Oladeinde, Antony M. Kinyua, Adewale Laditan, Michelin, A, R, Modupe Makinde, Arthur L. Williams , Alvin P. Kennedy , and Yvonne Bronner. In Vitro Response of Human Cancer Cell Line 293 (expressing mouse MHC) to Aqueous Extracts from two Native African Plants, Workshop on How to write a grant in Cancer, office of Cancer CAM,NCI, Bethesda, June 27-28, 2005

43.         Frederick O. Oladeinde, Antony M. Kinyua, Adewale Laditan, Brian Atkins, Chris Foster, Modupe Makinde,   Arthur L. Williams, Alvin P. Kennedy, and Yvonne Bronner, A pictorial presentation of herbal products' studies at Morgan State University-Complementary and Alternative Medicine Center, 7th International Conference on Herbal Medicine in the Caribbean, St. Lucia, West Indies, 23-26 June, 2005.

44.         Frederick O. Oladeinde, Antony M. Kinyua, Adewale A. Laditan, Brian Atkins, Christopher S. Foster, Modupe  Makinde,   Arthur L. Williams, Alvin P. Kennedy, and Yvonne Bronner. Traditional Isolation and Phytochemical Screening of Some African Medicinal Plants Used for the Treatment of Diabetes, Benign Prostate Hyperplasia, and Leukemia,11th international Conference on Ageing & Diabetes Management, The University of the West Indies, The Jamaica Conference Center, Kingston, March 3-6, 2005

45.         Oladeinde, FO; Osaka, O. and Kennedy. AL.  Spectrophotometric Determination of Chloroquine in the Hair of  Mice. 9th   Research Centers in Minority Institutions(RCMI) International Symposium on Health Disparities, December 8-11, 2004, Baltimore Marriot Waterfront Hotel, Baltimore, MD.

46.         Oladeinde, F.O., Kinyua, A.M., Laditan, AAO; Michelin, A, R., Makinde, M., Williams, A.L., Kennedy A.P., and   Bronner, Y. (2004). Effect of Cnidoscolus     aconitifolius (Euphorbiaceae) on blood glucose and insulin levels in Transgenic Diabetic Mice, ABSTRACT. 5th Annual Levine Symposium:Advances in  Diabetes Research, October 6-9,  2004, Universal City, California.

47.         R. Michelin, L. Frederick, T. Adelore, E. Benjamin, F. Oladeinde, and A. William. Purification and Partial Characterization of an Antifungal Metabolite from an Axenic Culture of an Unidentified Species of Bacillus.   ABSTRACT. IFBLS 26th World Congress, 13 - 18 June 2004 in Stockholm.

48.         Oladeinde, F.O; Kinyua, A.M., Laditan, AAO; Michelin, A, R., Makinde, M., Williams, A.L., Kennedy A.P., Taylor, E.,  and  Bronner,Y. Phytochemical and Anti-diabetic studies of Cnidoscolus Aconitifolius (Euphorbiaceae), 10th International Conference on New Trends in Diabetes Management, The University of the West Indies Diabetes      Outreach   Project, The Renaissance Jamaica Grande Resort Hotel, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, March 4-7, 2004.

49.          Oladeinde, F.O., Kinyua, A.M., Laditan, AAO; Michelin, A, R., Makinde, M., Williams, A.L., Kennedy A.P., TaylorE.A. and Bronner,Y. (2003). Effect of Cnidoscolus aconitifolius (Euphorbiaceae) on blood glucose levels in Alloxan-induced Diabetic Mice, ABSTRACT. 4th Annual Levine Symposium: Advances in Diabetes Research, ,Universal  City, California, November 4-8,2003.

 50.          Oladeinde, F.O., Ali, J.O., Olaniyi, A.A. Effective Synthesis and Acute Toxicity (LD50) of Amodiaquine-zinc Complex, 52nd Annual Meeting-ASTMH, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, December 3-7. 2003.

 51.          Kinyua, A M; Oladeinde, F O; Wilson, M N; Mawuli, W K, Kamau; Michelin, R; Laditan, A; Makinde, M; Williams, A L; Iwunze, M O; Kennedy, A P; Taylor, E A. and Bronner, Y. Trace Element Research in Complementary andAlternative Medicines at Morgan State University. Book of Abstracts. East and Southern Africa Environmental  Chemistry Workshop (ESAECW)/ Fifth Theoretical Chemistry Workshop in Africa (TCWA). December 1-5, 2003, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

52.          Oladeinde, F.O; Ademowo,G.A; Keleko,B.A; and Olaniyi,A.A (2002). Zinc-  Quinine complex: Synthesis and in vitro antimalarial activity. 51st Meeting of ASTMH, Atlanta, Georgia. November, 2002.

53.          Fagbohun, A.B; Oladeinde, F.O; Ibitoye, S.F; and Aje, A.A. (2001). Effect of oral amodiaquine on the urine excretion of   Na+, K+, and protein in the users of caffeinated products. ABSTRACT. National Scientific Workshop on Pharmaceutical Research and Education in the New Millennium, Nigerian Association of Academic Pharmacists (NAAP). Sagamu, Nigeria, 24th-25th September 2001.

54.          Adeyeye, G.T; Oladeinde, F.O; Adeniyi, B.A; and Idowu, A.P (2001). Comparative Quality Assurance Studies of Commercialized Sachet-packaged Drinking Water in Osun, Ondo, and Ekiti States, Nigeria. ABSTRACT. National  Scientific Workshop on Pharmaceutical Research and Education in the New   Millennium, Nigerian Associationof Academic Pharmacists (NAAP). Sagamu, Nigeria, 24th-25th September 2001

55.          Uzoukwu, P.N.; Oladeinde, F.O. and Olaniyi, A.A. (1999). Bioavailability profile of multisource (Generic) drug products of amodiaquine tablets  formulation in the urine of healthy Nigerians. ABSRACT. Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM). African Malaria Conference, Durbar, South Africa.

Research Support (Completed at Morgan State University)

•  Standardization and quality assurance studies of herbal medicines and products in Kingston, Jamaica. Sponsors: Environmental Health Foundation and the Bureau of Standards, Kingston, Jamaica. $11,117.00 (Prelim.Studies). Role: PI

• Morgan State University Environmental Research Group (2005) (Individual Pilot Studies of pcbs In Chesapeake Bay Phragmites) $7,000.00. Role: Principal-investigator

• The University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica: Carbohydrate metabolism and anti-oxidant enzymes in hypercholesterolemic mice fed bitter yam (Dioscorea polygonoides) proprietary preparations. Mr. Dewayne Stennett: M. Phil. Student (fall, 2005). $2,100.00. Role: Co-investigator

• The University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica: Phytochemical Screening and Analysis of anthocyanins in Jamaica Moonshine/Dark night yams. Mr. Dennis Bailey: M. Phil. Student (2004 Spring/Summer) $1,200.00.  Role: Co-investigator

• The University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica: Protein Gene Expression Profiling of Jamaican yam tubers, Ms. Kathleen Lobban: Ph.D. Student (2004 Spring/Summer). $2,700.00. Role: Co-investigator

• NIH-NCCAM T32 AT 01058-19/01/02--8/30/05

Chemical and Pharmacological Characterizations of Cnidoscolus aconitifolius Plant as potential for chemotherapy against  Diabetes ~ $150,000.00 Role: Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow