Prof. Omolade Olayinka Okwa

Lagos State University, Nigeria



1997  Ph.D., University of Ibadan, Nigeria

1992  M.Sc., University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Publications (selected)

  1. OKWA, O. Omolade, (1999), “Bovine paramphistomiasis in Ojo local government area of Lagos State, Nigeria.”, Research Communications in Parasitology (Nigeria), Vol. 1, Issue 1, Pp. 11-9.
  2. OKWA, O. Omolade, (2000), “Knowledge, attitudes and practices and compliance to ivermectin treatment of Onchocerciasis in a rain-forest and savannah foci in Nigeria”, Nigerian Medical Journal.
    http: //, Vol. 39, Issue 3, Pp. 78-83.
  3. OKWA, O. Omolade, (2002), “The Status of Malaria among pregnant African women. A Study in Lagos State, Nigeria.”, African Journal of Reproductive Health (Nigeria), Vol. 7, Issue 3Pp. 73-79.
  4. OKWA, O. Omolade, Rasheed Ajayi, Adeyemi Adeniran, Omoyeni Modupe, Oni Lydia, Fayemi Adenike and Ogunwomoju Adedoyin, (2007), “Anopheles species abundance, composition band vectoral competence in six areas of Lagos, Nigeria.”, Journal of Cell and Animal Biology (Kenya), Vol. 1, Issue 2, Pp. 15-23.
  5. Oyewole I. Olayinka, Ibidapo C. Adejoke, OKWA, O. Omolade, Oduola A. Olatunbosun, Adeoye Grace , Okoh Henry.and Awolola , T.Samson, (2010), “Species composition and the role of Anopheles mosquitoes in malaria transmission along Badagry axis of Lagos lagoon, Nigeria.”, International Journal of Insect Science (Switzerland) Libertas academia.2: 1-7;
    http:// www., Vol. 2, Issue 0, Pp. 1-7.
  6. OKWA, O. Omolade and Ojo-Omoniyi O. Abayomi, (2010), “The prevalence of head lice (Pediculus humanus) and bed bugs (Cimex hemipterus) in selected human settlement areas of Lagos State, Nigeria.”, Journal of Parasitology and Vector Borne Diseases( Kenya)
    http://, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Pp. 8-22.
  7. OKWA, O. Omolade, Bello A. Babatunde and Olundegun A. Simbiat, (2011), “Social aspects of malaria among students in two tertiary institutions in Lagos State, Nigeria”, Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research ( Sierra Leone) ISSN online: 2219 -3170:
    http: //, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Pp. 97-103.
  8. OKWA, O. Omolade, Sanyaolu L. Omotayo and Olatokunbo A. Fasilat, (2012), “Malaria and working performances of academic staff in a Nigerian University.”, Research Journal of Biology ( United Kingdom) ISSN2049-1727 : www., Vol. 2, Issue 5, Pp. 151-156.
  9. OKWA, O. Omolade, Soremekun B. Micheal, Adeseko O. Oluwaseun and Raheem A. Modinat, (2012), “Artisans and trader’s knowledge, attitude and practices of malaria in selected areas of Nigeria”, Global Advanced Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (Ghana)
    http:, Vol. 1, Issue 3, Pp. 68-73.
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