Fabiyi Oluseyi Sunday

Fabiyi Oluseyi Sunday
Babcock University · Department of Anatomy

BSc MSc and PhD in making

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Introduction
Fabiyi, Oluseyi Sunday, is a young dynamic african researcher, a teacher and a mentor. He is a trained medical scientist per excellent who has contributed greatly to growth of young people in African. He had his Bachelor degree from University of Ilorin and Masters degree from Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye both in Nigeria West Africa. He`s currently a final year PhD student in Olabisi Onabanjo University. He had won several awards and had published many research papers. He has demonstrated his academic excellent beyond reasonable doubt. He has a sound character and could work with people effectively. He also has adequate and effective communication skills.
Additional affiliations
March 2013 - August 2020
Babcock University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
September 2018 - February 2021
Olabisi Onabanjo University
Field of study
  • Neuroanatomy

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Publications (33)
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Introduction: Frontal lobe Epilepsy is a neurological disorder characterized by brief, recurrent seizures which arise from the frontal lobes of the brain. Bryophyllum pinnatum, is a natural herb which has been known for its anticonvulsant potential in experimental animals. The ketogenic diet is a form of treatment for epilepsy in children created d...
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Background : The stimulant, empathogenic, euphoric, and hallucinogenic properties of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), also known as 'Ecstasy,' make it a popular drug among teenagers. These effects are thought to be caused by significant increases in dopamine, serotonin, and glutamate neurotransmission. However, little is known about Garcin...
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Background The study was done to establish the neurotoxic effect of intracerebroventricular streptozotocin (ICV STZ)-induced brain insulin resistance, and also considered Zingiber officinale (Z. officinale) mechanism of action in ameliorating behavioural, molecular and histopathological changes associated with ICV STZ-induced brain insulin resistan...
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Caffeine is globally consumed as a stimulant in beverages. It is also ingested in purified forms as power and tablets. Concerns have been raised about the potential consequences of intrauterine and early life caffeine exposure on brain health. This study modeled caffeine exposure during pregnancy and early postanal life until puberty, and the poten...
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Background: Aluminum chloride (AlCl3 ) present in many manufactured consumable is considered as a toxic element. Aim: Our study evaluates the toxic effects induced by AlCl3 on the testes as well as the therapeutic tendency of Quercetin (QUE) agent as an antioxidant. Setting and design: In the department of Anatomy of Medical School. Methods a...
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Introduction: Technological devices have become a very important part of our everyday life. These electronic devices create an artificial electromagnetic field (EMF) and emit radiofrequency radiations (RFR) which have been reported to have deleterious effects on various tissues in living organisms. Fish oil is a rich source of the n-3 (also known a...
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Caffeine is globally consumed as a stimulant in beverage drinks; it is also ingested in purified forms as power and tablets. Concerns have been raised about the potential consequences of intrauterine and early life caffeine exposure on brain health. This study modeled caffeine exposure during pregnancy and early postanal life until puberty, and the...
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Background Garcinia kola (GK) has been experimentally tested for its potential usefulness against oxidative stress-related disorders in a number of body tissues, as well as a number of pathogenic and parasitic diseases. Studies investigating GK extracts’ usefulness in combating nervous tissue toxicity, neuroinflammatory disorders, and neuronal dege...
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Background: Garcinia kola (GK) has been experimentally tested for its potential usefulness against oxidative stress-related disorders in a number of body tissues, as well as a number of pathogenic and parasitic diseases. Studies investigating GK extracts' usefulness in combating nervous tissue toxicity, neuroinflammatory disorders, and neuronal deg...
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Background: 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) causes neurological disorders. Garcinia kola (GK) has neuroprotective property. We investigated the neuroprotective roles of GK on MDMA-induced cerebellar damage. Method: Sixty male Wistar rats (120 - 160g), 5 months old were grouped into six (n =10). Rats were fed with normal chow and water ad...
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Background: Repeated and regimented treatment with reserpine causes depression-like condition characterized by persistent mood disorder, feelings of severe despondency and dejection, thus altering the hippocampal morphology. Our study compared a well-known antidepressant (fluoxetine), with the potential of Zingiber officinale to ameliorate reserpi...
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Introduction: Anatomy is currently a basic medical science bachelor program in Nigerian universities. The roles of anatomists in the Nigeria health, education and other relevant sectors are vaguely defined. Career prospects have been perceived to be very limited. Materials and methods: This study was a total population survey of all Nigerian pri...
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Introduction: Skin bleaching is the act of using steroid- and chemical-containing products to lighten the skin. Hydroquinone and kojic acid are often used in skin bleaching creams. Hydroquinone was suspected to be harmful. This study investigated the effects of kojic acid and hydroquinone on the skin of adult female Wistar rats and the potential u...
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Plastination is a modern method of preservation of biological specimens, including human cadavers. This study elucidated how temperature might affect plastination, noting that there is sparse scientific literature on this technique, especially from Africa. It is also relevant to the feasibility of adapting and adopting the technique as a feasible a...
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Comparative Study of Forced Impregnation Temperatures Variation on the outcome of Brain Plastination. SONA 2019 Abstract
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Caffeine nicotine and MDMA effects on retinal morphology and rhodopsin expression suggest potential functional consequences. SONA POSTER
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Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is capable of modulating brain activity significantly and it has emerged as a promising treatment for schizophrenia and pain, and also to inhibit cravings. However, there is a rapid increase on the use of this neuro-stimulation method to enhance cognitive ability in healthy people. The present study in...
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Moringa oleifera has become a very popular plant due to its widely acclaimed nutritional and phytomedicinal values. The leaves, seed, pods and flowers are consumed and used as ingredients and spices, while concoctions are also made from them. The leaves and flowers may also be consumed as vegetables. There are however, concerns about the effects of...
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1 Department of Anatomy, Ben Carson Sr. School of Medicine, Babcock University, Nigeria. 2. Hematology Department, Ben Carson Sr. College of Medicine, Babcock University, Nigeria * Email Address for Correspondence/ Adresse de courriel pour la correspondance: olaowolabi001@yahoo .com Accepted/Accepté: February 2014 Full Citation: Owolabi JO,...
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ABSTRACT [ENGLISH/ ANGLAIS ] Affiliations: 1 Anatomy Department, Ben Carson Sr. School of Medicine, Babcock University, NIGERIA 2 Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Ilorin, NIGERIA 3 Anatomy Department, College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, NIGERIA * Email Address...
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ENGLISH/ANGLAIS] Affiliations: study was carried out to observe the nature, potency and extent of effects of Moringa oleifera leaf extract on the hippocampus of adult Wistar rats. Twenty four (n=24) adult Wistar rats were grouped into four; the rats in group A, the control, were administered Moringa oleifera leaf extract only; Group B were administ...

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The aim of this research work is to assess the role of Moringa oleifera (MO) on the histological and morphological properties of the PFC of MK-801-induced Schizophrenia