Prof. G.A. OGUNDIPE


 

  

 
 
OGUNDIPE, Gabriel Adetunji Taiwo
 
D.V.M.(Ibadan), M.V.P.H (Ibadan), Ph.D. (Ibadan)
 


PROFESSOR


 
Area of Specialisation
Preventive Medicine
 


Office and Contact Addresses


Department of Veterinary Public Health & Preventive Med. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.                    
Tel: 234 (0)  8033806500

Research Projects/Activities 
 

 

In Progress

 i. The effectiveness of vaccination programmes on the control of rinderpest,   CBPP, rabies and gumboro diseases in Nigeria.

 

ii. Disease surveillance and modelling project to determine the epizootiology and economic importance of some notifiable diseases of livestock in Nigeria.

 Dissertation and Thesis
i. Disease Reporting in Nigeria: Its roles in public health and preventive veterinary medicine, MPVM, 1984).
ii. Potentials returns of a Pregnant-cow recovery project for Oyo State, Nigeria, Ph.D, 1992.
 Publications
Books or chapters in Books
1.    OGUNDIPE, GAT (2000) Laws Regulating Veterinary Practice in Nigeria. Jilog. Nigeria Company, Ibadan, 380 pages. 
Articles in learned journals
2.    OGUNDIPE, GAT; Oluokun, SB and Esuruoso, GO (1989) The development and efficiency of the Animal Health Information System in Nigeria. Prev. Vet. Med. 7, 121-135. Read Abstract
3.  OGUNDIPE, GAT and Okewole, EA (1991) Livestock importation and exportation in Nigeria. In: Proceedings of the First National Veterinary Quarantine Training Workshop, held at Ibadan, from 1st to 22nd July, 1991, 14-19.
4.  Adeyemi, IG; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Esuruoso, GO (1991) The role of quarantine in the control of urban rabies. In: Proceedings of the First National Veterinary Quarantine Training Workshop, held at Ibadan, from 1st to 22nd July, 1991, 78-80.
5.   Adeyemi, IG; Ikheloa, JO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (1993) Microbial contaminants found in Low-egg passage rabies vaccines used in Nigeria. J. Vet. Med. B. 40, 676-680. Read Abstract
6.    Okewole, EA and OGUNDIPE, GAT (1999) Observations on the effects of two different anthelmintics on three different regimens on local lambs. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 47 (1), 21-27. Read Abstract
7.    Adeyemi, IG; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Esuruoso, GO (2000) Evaluation of anti-rabies vaccinations in dogs at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Nig. Vet. J. 21, 20-37.
8.    Babalobi, OO; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Esuruoso, GO (2000) Livestock population dynamics and problems in a grazing reserve in Nigeria. Proc. 9th Symposium of Int. Soc. for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics held at Breckerridge, Colorado, USA, August 6-11, 2000, 324-326.
9.    Babalobi, OO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2001) Evaluation of Pastoralists Settlement Scheme in Nigeria. Tropical Sciences. 41, 1-6.
10.  Okewole, EA; OGUNDIPE, GAT; Adejinmi, JO and Olaniyan, AO (2001) Clinical evaluation of three chemoprophylactic regimens against ovine helminthosis in fasciola-endemic farm in Ibadan, Nigeria. Israel Journal Vet. Med. 56(1), 1-10.
11.  OGUNDIPE, GAT and Njakoi, HN (2001) Evaluation of the impacts of preventive veterinary services on cattle production in the North-west province of Cameroon. Trop. Vet. 19, 163-174.  Read Abstract
12. OGUNDIPE, GAT (2001) The salient provisions of veterinary laws of Nigeria and the level of their enforcement in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nig. Vet. J. 22, 90-101.
13. OGUNDIPE, GAT (2001) The role of veterinary quarantine services in monitoring the movements of animals and disease prevention in Nigeria. Nig. Vet. J. 23, 1-15. Read Abstract
14. OGUNDIPE, GAT; Babalobi, OO and Anatte, IA (2003) Evaluation of the extension activities of the National Livestock Projects Division (NLPD), Kontagora, Nigeria. Nigeria Veterinary Journal 24 (3), 137-144. Read Abstract
15. Babalobi, OO; Onyeka, Libby and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2005) Towards An Increasing Awareness and Use of Veterinary Geo-Information Technologies in Nigeria: A Review. Vom Journal of Veterinary Science. Vol. 1(2). 45 -51.
16. Onyeka, Libby, OGUNDIPE, GAT, and Babalobi, OO (2005): Development of a Geo-Informatics Database of Abattoirs in Ibadan , Nigeria for Epizootiological Surveillance.Vom Journal of Veterinary Science. Vol. 1 (2) 24-31.
Disease Surveillance
17.OGUNDIPE, GAT; Ogunrinade, AF. and Akpavie, SO (1984) The prevalence and histopathology of aortic onchocerciasis in Nigerian cattle. Vet. Quarterly, 6(2) 85-89.
18. Agunloye, CA; Esuruoso, GO; Ajogi, I; OGUNDIPE, GAT; Agbede, SA; Oyekole, OD and Ezeugwu, RU (1988) Bovine brucellosis surveillance in N'Dama breeding herds in Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 42 (1), 63-68.
19. OGUNDIPE, GAT; Nwaichi, HN and Ijagbone, IF (1994) A serological survey for the prevalence of Brucella antibodies in slaughtered goats in Ibadan, Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 42 (1), 1-4.
20. OGUNDIPE, GAT; Oyeyemi, MO and Ijagbone, I.F (1994) Sero-prevalence of Brucella abortus agglutination in slaughtered cattle in Ibadan, Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 12, 158-161.
21. Oyewola, KA; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Durojaiye, OA (1996) Sero-prevalence of Gumboro and Newcastle diseases in local chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus) in Ibadan, Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 44 (1), 57-59. Read Abstract
22. Agunloye, CA; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Ajala, O (1997) Serological and bacteriological examination of slaughtered cattle for leptospirosis in Ibadan, Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 45 (1), 47-49.
23. Agunloye, CA; Adeniyi, AI; Aremu, ON; Oladejo, JO; Ojo, MO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2000) An evaluation of an IgG ELISA for the diagnosis of bovine leptospirosis. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 48 (1), 45-48.
24. Ishola, OO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2000) Sero-prevalence of brucellosis in trade cattle slaughtered in Ibadan, Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 48 (1), 53-55.
25. Adetunji, V; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Adegbola, JA (2000) The prevalence of dermatophylosis in trade cattle slaughtered in Oyo State, Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afr. 48 (1), 57-60.
26. Oyeyemi, MO; Adetunji, VO; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Babalobi, OO (2000) The occurrence of reproductive conditions in fogs in Edo State, Nigeria. Proc. 9th Symposium of International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology & Economics held at Breckerridge, Colorado, USA, August 6-11, 2000, 1063-1065.
27. OGUNDIPE, GAT; Hassan, JO and Ishola, Olayinka (2001) A Comparative study of sero-prevalence of Brucella antibodies in settled herds and in trade cattle slaughtered in South-Western Nigeria . Tropical Veterinarian 19 (1) 52-58. Read Abstract
28. Agunloye, CA; Adeniyi, AI; OGUNDIPE, GAT; Oladeji, JO; Ojo, MO (2001) A comparative study of the Dot-immunobinding assay (DIA) and the Microscopic Agglutination Test (MAT) for the diagnosis of bovine leptospirosis. Nig. Vet. Journ. 22, 37-42.
29. Olatoye, IO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2003) Comparative study of two diagnostic techniques and status of sheep trypanosomosis in South-western Nigeria. Nig. Vet. Journ. 24, 44-48.
30. Anatte, I and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2003) Prevalence of Peste des petit ruminants (PPR) in goats in Lagos, Nigeria. Nig. Vet. Journ, 24, 123-125.
31. Faleke, OO; and OGUNDIPE, GAT and Dorny, P (2004) Sero-prevalence of Taenia saginata cysticercosis in cattle in Oyo State of Nigeria. Bull. Anim. Hlth. Prod. Afri. 52, 79-83.
32. Ishola, O.O. and OGUNDIPE, G.A.T. (2009) Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis experimental infection in chickens: Effects of challenge dose on crop immunoglobulin A antibody response Israel J. Vet. Med. 64(1), 6-9, 2009. Read Abstract
Veterinary Economics
33. OGUNDIPE, GAT (1992) Economic importance of drug abuse in animals. In: Proc. of the Second Annual Workshop of the Association of Private Veterinary Medical Practitioners, held in Ibadan, on 14th Oct., 1992, 63-73.
34. OGUNDIPE, GAT and Adegbola, JA (1993) Studies on the prevalence and economic importance of bovine cysticercosis in Oyo State, Nigeria. Trop. Vet. 11, 47-55.
35. Ishola, OO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (1992) Causes and financial implications of reduced hatchability in chicken eggs at a commercial hatchery in Ogun State, Nigeria. Nig. Vet. J. 19, 12-20.
36. OGUNDIPE, GAT and Olaifa, AK (2000) The magnitude of wastage and socio-economic implications of the slaughtering of pregnant cows for meat in Oyo State, Nigeria. Trop. Vet. 18, 55-63.
37. Cadmus, SIB; OGUNDIPE, GAT; Abatan, AA; Mwanle, PG; Adesanya, CA and Bulus, SI (2001) A study of clinical cases treated with economic of operations in a private Veterinary Clinic in Abuja, Nigeria. Trop. Vet. 19, 65-69.
38. Oyeyemi, MO; Akusu, MO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2001) Effects and economic implications of different planes of nutrition on gestation periods and birth weights of West African Dwarf goats. Trop. Vet. 19, 210-215.
Public Health
39. Ayanwale, FO; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Adeyemi, IG (1991) Characterization of Mycobacterium species isolated from slaughtered food animals in South-western Nigeria. Trop. Vet. 9, 181-189.
40. OGUNDIPE, GAT and Ajiboye, DA (1997) Evaluation of abattoir facilities and meat inspection activities in Oyo State. Proc. Of the Scientific Session of the 34th Annual National Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association, held at Osogbo, October 27-31, 1997, 41-50.
41. Ishola, OO; Hartukng, M; Agbede, SA and OGUNDIPE, GAT (1999) Salmonella typhimurium infection in Poultry and its public health importance: A review. Nig. Vet. Journ. 20, 46-60.
42. Cadmus, SIB; Olugasa, BO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (1999) The prevalence and zoonotic importance of tuberculosis in Ibadan. Proc. Of the Scientific Session of the 36th Annual National Congress of the Nigerian Medical Association, held in Kaduna, October 25-29, 1999, 8-10.
43. Faleke, OO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2003) Taenia solium cysticecosis and human teaniasis in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nig. Vet. Journ. 24, 60-64.
44. Faleke, OO and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2003) Some risk factors for Taenia saginata cysticercosis in a North western State of Nigeria. Nig. Vet. Journ. 24, 65-71.
45. Okewole, EA; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Ayoola, MO (2003) A stabilizable progesterone-induced diabetes mellitus in a Dachshund bitch: a case report. Trop. Vet. 17, 113-118.
46. Adeyemi, IG; Oyeyemi, MO; OGUNDIPE, GAT and Ajala, OO (2003) Monitoring sarcoptic mange mite infestation and treatments in confined goats in the teaching and Research farms, University of Ibadan (1993-1995). Nig. Vet. Journ. 24, 126-131.
47. Ishola,Olayinka O. and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2001) Sero-Prevalence of Brucellosis in Trade Cattle Slaughtered in Ibadan, Nigeria. Trop. Vet. 19 (2) 17-20.
48. Awosanya, AEJ and OGUNDIPE, GAT (2009) Comparison of blood lead levels and haemograms of chickens, dogs and goats from a cement producing and non-cement producing areas of Ogun State, Nigeria. Trop. Vet. 27 (2) 20-24. Read Abstract
49. Olatoye O.I. and OGUNDIPE G.A.T (2009) Preliminary screening of beef consumed in Ibadan, Nigeria for antibacterial residues. Afr. J. Biomed. Res. Vol. 12(3): 245-247 Contribution=80% (Nigeria).
Technical Reports and Monographs
50. OGUNDIPE, GAT (1992) Veterinary hospital (Private) Registration law of Oyo State. A draft legislation to provide for the control of private Veterinary Medical Practitioners, Oyo State, 10p.
51. OGUNDIPE, GAT (1997) Zoonoses and Public Health: The Veterinarians Agenda for the year 2010. An invited paper presented at the 17th Annual General Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical association, Lagos state branch, Airport hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, October, 1997.
52. OGUNDIPE, GAT (2004) Current trends in Veterinary Practice in Nigeria including Jurisprudence. Being the text of a lecture delivered at the Continuing Education Workshop organized by the Veterinary Council of Nigeria held on 18th and 25th August, 2004 at Abuja and Port Harcourt, 15p.
53. OGUNDIPE, GAT (2009) One World One Medicine. A paper presented at the Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association held at Ilorin, Kwara State on December 11, 2009, 10p.