Dr. Olutayo O. BABALOBI


 

 
 
Passport here

 BABALOBI  Olutayo O.
 
 


Academic and Professional Qualifications:


 


DVM (Ibadan), MPVM (Ibadan), PHD (Ibadan), MCVSN, FCVSN. 


 
 
Senior Lecturer/Consultant Epizootiologist:
  
Area of Specialisation:
 
Epizootiology, Participatory Epizootiology, Veterinary ICT and One Health
 


 


Office


 Room B4, 1st Floor, National Zoonoses Center/ Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan. 
 
 
Tel: +234-805-530-1991; +234-708-551-9119; +234-816-753-8536
 


 
 
Postal Address: University P.O. Box 4150, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria 
 
 


 

  
 


 

RESEARCH PROJECTS

              1.     

Epizootiological Diagnosis of African swine fever outbreak in Ibadan, Nigeria. 2001

              2.     

Investigation of the Presence of neutralizing antibodies against African swine fever (ASF) virus and its potential for immune protection. Senate Research Project SRG/FVM/4B/2001, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria


  1. 3.     

    Application of ICT to promotion of Veterinary profession in Nigeria. On going


    4.     

    Participatory Epizootiology Research of the Igangan Grazing Reserve in Ibarapa Agro-Pastoral zone, Southwest Nigeria. Senate Research Grant 2007. Category A- Individual Research Projects. On going


    5.     

    Participatory Base-line Research Survey and Training at the Eruwa Veterinary Field Station, Ibarapa Agro-Pastoral Zone, Oyo State, Southwest Nigeria. University of Ibadan Senate Research Grant 2007. Category B- Inter-Department, Multidisciplinary Research Projects. On going


    6.     

    Development of One Health standardized curriculum and course content in Field Epidemiology Training Programs for the Nigerian Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program NFELTP Abuja Nigeria. Sabbatical leave August 2011 to July 2012


    7.     

    Application of Participatory Epizootiology to selected Grazing Reserves in Nigeria (Postgraduate Students Project and Thesis).


    8.     

    Field-based Participatory Epizootiology Research and Training in Nigeria

    From Veterinary Medicine to One Health promotion in Nigeria. On going

PUBLICATIONS

(a)        Books already published:

1.  Babalobi O. O. (2015): Developing One Health Curriculum for Nigerian Veterinary Institutions: Tributes to the Memory of Three One Health Pioneers in Nigeria. Stirling-Horden Publishers Limited, Ibadan, Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-032-556-5.108 pp. July 2015


 


 


 




 


 


 


 


 

 

 


 


2. Babalobi O. O. (2015): Moving One Health Forward in Nigeria: The Significant Past, Present and Future Role of University of Ibadan, Ibadan.  Stirling-Horden Publishers Limited, Ibadan, Nigeria. ISBN: 978-978-032-557-2. 104pp. July 2015 


 

 

 

Chapters in Book

3. BABALOBI O. O. (2006) 'Towards a development and use of internet web and information communication technologies for veterinary medicine education in Nigeria'. In Van der Westhuizen, EE & Croft, V (Eds.), Running wild, running free: capturing, harnessing and disseminating knowledge flows in support of animal health: 5th International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists, 4-7 July 2005, Onderstepoort, South Africa, University of Pretoria, Veterinary Science Library, Pretoria, South Africa, http://www.library.up.ac.za/vet/icahis. Book chapter pp. 73-80. ISBN: 1868565482. URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2263/6393. Rights: ©University of Pretoria

4. BABALOBI O.O. (2008): Epizootiology and Specific Disease Clinics Topics. In: Adeyemi I.G., Alonge D.O., Agbede S.A., Ogundipe G.A.T, Ishola O.O, BABALOBI O.O., Ijagbone I.F., Cadmus S.I.B, Adedeji O.B., Adeyemo O.K., Olugasa B.O., Adetunji V.O, Olatoye I.O., Awosanya A.E. J., Ojomo B., Agboola A.A. Clinic and Laboratory Manual: Veterinary Public Health-Preventive Medicine-Wildlife and Fish Diseases, Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. First Edition.2008. Pp. 76-78. Kehny Prints Ibadan. 93pp

Conference Presentations and proceedings

5. BABALOBI O. O. (1999) The Nigerian Veterinarian in the twenty-first century: The imperative of professionalism Proceedings of the 39th Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) Congress. Kaduna, Nigeria. Pp. 89-92.

6. BABALOBI O. O and Esuruoso G. O. (2000): ‘Epizootiology of Pastoralism in Nigeria’. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics. ISVEE9, Colorado, USA. 6th – 11th August 2000. Pp. 221-223.  http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/71076

7. BABALOBI O. O. Ogundipe G.A.T. and Esuruoso G. 0. (2000): ‘Livestock Population Dynamics and Problems in a Grazing Reserve in Northern Nigeria’. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics. ISVEE9. Colorado, USA. 6th-11th August 2000. Pp. 324-326.http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/71128

8. Adeyemi IG, Adetunji V.O., Ayanwale F. O., Olugasa B.O., Babalobi O. O. (2000): Investigation of some take-away foods for Salmonella pathogens: A public health survey in Oyo State, Nigeria. International Symposia on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics proceedings, ISVEE 9: Proceedings of the 9th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA, p 627, Aug 2000http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/71446

9. Oyeyemi MO, Adetunji VO, Ogundipe GAT, Babalobi OO (2000): The Occurrence of Reproductive Conditions in Dogs in Edo State of Nigeria. International Symposia on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics proceedings, ISVEE 9: Proceedings of the 9th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA, Small animals & health session, p 628, Aug 2000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/71447

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. BABALOBI O. O. and Cowen P. (2001). PROMED – mail: An electronic mail disease-reporting forum. Proceedings of the 38th National Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) Topo, Badagry, Lagos. Nov 2001. Pp. 206 –207.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. BABALOBI O. O. (2001) Assessing the Geographical risk of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) - The Mad Cow Disease - in Nigeria; A Review. Proceedings of the 38th National Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary ¬Medical Association (NVMA) Topo, Badagry, Lagos. November, 2001. Pp. 208 –209.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12. Oguamanam Libby, BABALOBI O. O and Fabiyi O. (2001): ‘Application of Geographical Information Systems to assess the risk of Trypanosomosis in Apete, Ibadan’. Proceedings of the 38th National Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) Topo. Badagry, Lagos. November 2001. Pp. 211-217.

 

 

 

 

13. BABALOBI O.O. (2003). Towards an increasing awareness and use of remote sensing and geographical information systems in veterinary medicine in Nigeria’. In: Geo-science and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2003. IGARSS '03. Proceedings. 2003 IEEE. Toulouse, France. International. Publication Date: 21-25 July 2003. Volume4:2962-2963.ISBN:0-7803-7929 2.INSPEC.AccessionNumber: 8007776DOI:10.1109/IGARSS.2003.1294646. Posted online: 2004-05 10. 16: 55: 38. 0.

http://www.ieeeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/9010/280604/01294646.pdf.

14. BABALOBI O. O., Ogundipe G.A.T, and Onyeka Libby (2004): ‘Towards An Increasing Awareness And Use Of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS) And Global Positioning Systems (GPS) in Veterinary Medicine in Nigeria’. Proceedings 41st Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association. Vom, Jos, Nigeria. November 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Olugasa B.O., Oluwayelu D.O., *BABALOBI O.O. Ijagbone I.F., Ayoade G.O and Agbede S.A. (2004): An Investigation of the Presence of Neutralizing Antibodies against African swine fever (ASF) Virus and Its Potential for Immune Protection’. Proceedings 41st Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association. Vom, Jos, Nigeria. November 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16. Olugasa, B.O., Oluwayelu, D.O., Adewale, G.A., Ayoade, G.O., Ijagbone, I.F., BABALOBI, O.O., Agbede, S.A. (2005): Confirmatory Diagnosis of African swine fever in Southern Nigeria by Immunoblotting Assay. XIIth International Congress on Animal Hygiene, 4-8 September 2005, Warsaw, Poland. Vol. 1.343-347.

 

 

 

 

17. BABALOBI O.O (2005). Towards the Development and Use of Internet Web and Information Communication Technologies for Veterinary Medicine Education in Nigeria. Presented at the 5th International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists, Onderstepoort, South Africa. July 2005.

 

 

 

 

18. BABALOBI O.O. (2006): Core competence of the MSc (Epizootiology) programme at University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria. Proceedings of the 11th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Cairns, Australia: 6 to 11 August, 2006, Cairns, Australia ISVEE 11, 52, 2006.

 

http://www.sciquest.org.nz/

19. BABALOBI O.O. (2006): Epizootiology: From Macrospective Indigenous Knowledge to Microscopic Modern Computer Technology. Proceedings of the 11th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Cairns, Australia: 6 to 11 August, 2006, Cairns, Australia ISVEE 11, 52, 2006.http://www.sciquest.org.nz/

20. Annatte I., Ogundipe G.A.T., and BABALOBI O.O. (2006) – Practical Extension Problems associated with Peste des Petit Ruminants (PPR) vaccination. Proceedings of the 11th Symposium of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Cairns, Australia: 6 to 11 August, 2006, Cairns, Australia ISVEE, 11, 62.http://www.sciquest.org.nz/

2I. Idowu O. and BABALOBI O. O (2007): The Place of Community Based Animal Health Workers (CBAHW) In Rural Livestock Health and Production Management in South-West Nigeria: A Case Study. Proceedings, Scientific Session of the 44th Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association, Warri Delta State, Nigeria. Pp. 265 -270.

22. BABALOBI O.O and Idowu O. (2007) Community Animal Health Workers as Agents of Positive Change in African Rural Livestock Communities: A Review. Proceedings, Scientific Session of the 44th Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association, Warri Delta State, Nigeria. Pp. 270-272.

23. Ogunwale Ibironke and BABALOBI O. O. (2007): Community Based Participatory Epizootiology of Livestock kept by Awotan Women, Ido LGA, Oyo State, Nigeria. Proceedings, Scientific Session of the 44th Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association, Warri Delta State, Nigeria. Pp. 293-296

24. BABALOBI O. O. (2008): The “One Health” Approach and Partnership to the Biomedical Health of Humans, Animals and Plants Living in a Common Environment”. Invited Lecture delivered at the Unibadan Conference of Biomedical Research at the University of Ibadan Conference Centre from 26th to 29 August 2008.

25. BABALOBI O. O. and Tomori O. (2009): Pioneering veterinary Non-Governmental organization in promoting the effective collaborative, early warning detection, prevention and control of emerging zoonotic diseases in Nigeria. The 12th Conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII). 10 - 14 August 2009, Durban, South Africa. p712. http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/68198

26. BABALOBI O. O. (2009): Collaborative research: studying animal behaviors as sentinels against human disasters and zoonotic diseases. The 12th Conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII). 10 - 14 August 2009, Durban, South Africa. p761.http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/68251

27. BABALOBI O. O. (2009): Promoting the "One medicine, one health" initiative in Nigeria. The 12th Conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII). 10 - 14 August 2009, Durban, South Africa. p777. http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/68268

28. BABALOBI O. O (2009): Application of Participatory Epizootiology approach to the monitoring and surveillance of Contagious Bovine Pleuro-pneumonia among settled pastoralist at the Igangan Grazing Reserve, Oyo state, Southwest Nigeria. In Linda Hoinville, Joey Ellis-Iversen, Daan Vink, Eamon Watson, Lucy Snow and Jane Gibbens (2009): Discussing the Development and Application of Methods for Effective Surveillance in Livestock Populations Report of Pre-ISVEE XII workshop- Methods for effective surveillance. ‘Epidemiology Unplugged-Providing power for better health’: The Twelfth Conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII), Durban, South Africa, August 2009 as rep_pres_­isvee page2appendices.pdf http://vla.defra.gov.uk/reports/docs/rep_pres_isvee_babalobi.pdf.

29. BABALOBI O. O. (2009): Participatory Epizootiology Research of Settled Pastoralists of the Igangan Grazing Reserve, Oyo state, Southwest Nigeria. ‘Epidemiology Unplugged-Providing power for better health’: The Twelfth Conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII). 10 - 14 August 2009, Durban, South Africa. p 342. http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/67816. P 342.

30. BABALOBI O. O., Cowen P., Sonricker A. L., Ekue N. F., Mtui-Malamsha N. J., Ndoutami A., Estambale B., Coulibaly S., Brownstein J. S., Chan E. H., Garland T., Hugh-Jones M. E., Shimshony A., Madoff L.C. and Pollack M. P. (2011): ProMED-mail Early Warnings in Africa: Descriptive Summaries of 5 Years of Information Dissemination and the Development of the African Regional Networks. International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance, Vienna, Austria, February 4 – 7 2011. http://ww2.isid.org/Downloads/IMED2011_Presentations/IMED2011_Babalobi.pdf.

31. BABALOBI O.O., M.B. Bolajoko and S.A. Anzaku (2011): Participatory animal disease surveillance, panacea to the bane of animal disease under-reporting in Nigeria. Epidémiol. et santé anim, 59-60, 273-275. Proceedings, International Conference on Animal Health Surveillance (ICAHS), Lyon, France, 17-20th May 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://aeema.vet-alfort.fr/public/pdf/revue/59.00.pdf`

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

32. BABALOBI O. O. (2012): Implementing the One Health through the Nigerian Field Epidemiology Laboratory Training Program. Invited panelist, Panel session on One Health: Concept to Action. International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2012 (ICEID 2012), Atlanta, Georgia, USA. March 11-14, 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

33. BABALOBI O. O. (2012): ‘One Health’ in Nigeria: The 2006-2009 Avian and Pandemic Influenza Experience: Presentation at the 52nd Annual General Conference/Delegate meeting of the Nigerian Medical Association, 1st to 4th May 2012, International Conference Centre (ICC) Abuja, Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Awosanya A E J, Ogundipe G A T, BABALOBI O O, Omilabu S A(2012): Prevalence and correlates of influenza-a in piggery workers and pigs in two communities in Lagos, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, ISVEE13, p281, Belgium, Netherlands, Aug 2012. http://www.sciquest.org.nz/node/80708

35. BABALOBI O.O (2012): Twelve years of Online Professional Veterinary learning experience 2000-2012. Oral presentation at Network of Veterinary ICT in Education (NOVICE) International Conference entitled Insight for Professional Communities, 04 -05 October 2012. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Romania

36. BABALOBI O.O. (2012): Use, Misuse and Abuse: The need to moderate professional online groups. Oral presentation at Network of Veterinary ICT in Education (NOVICE) International Conference entitled Insight for Professional Communities, 04 -05 October 2012. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, Romania

37. BABALOBI O. O. (2012): The Challenge and significant role of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association NVMA in operationalizing the One Health Initiative in Nigeria. Plenary Session presentation at 49th Annual Congress and Scientific Session of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association NVMA, EKITI 2012, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. 05th to 09th November 2012

38. BABALOBI O. O. (2012): History of One Health in Nigeria. Presentation at the 49th Annual Congress and Scientific Session of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association NVMA, EKITI 2012 Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. 05th - 09th November 2012.

39. BABALOBI O. O. (2012): Eight years (2004-2012) of teaching Participatory Epidemiology at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Oral presentation at Participatory Epidemiology Network for Animal and Public Health (PENAPH) Technical Workshop held at the Veterinary Public Health Centre for Asia Pacific (VPHCAP) at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University/Imperial Maeping Chiang Mai Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand. December 11 – 13, 2012. Published in: Technology. http://www.slideshare.net/ILRI/2eight-years-20042012-of-teaching-participatory-epidemiology-at-the-university-of-ibadan-nigeria?qid=229720ea-3a6c-4554-ba8f-063bb608992a&v=default&b=&from_search=10

40. BABALOBI O. O. (2013): A Review of One Health Veterinary Curriculum for the Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program (2011-2012). Oral presentation at the International One Health Conference, 14thto 16th February 2013, Kampala, Uganda

41. BABALOBI O. O. (2013): Developing an interdisciplinary curriculum of One Health in West Africa. An invited plenary session Lead Speaker presentation for the 2nd Centre for Control and Prevention of Zoonoses CCPZ Annual Conference and One-Health exposition “Improving Zoonoses Surveillance in West Africa: The One-Health Approach”’ 30th June to 4th July 2013

42. Morakinyo O.A. and BABALOBI O. O. (2013): Participatory Appraisal of Peste des Petite Ruminants (PPR) outbreaks in Iseyin Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 11th annual congress of the Southern African Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine. 14-16 August 2013. Salt Rock, KZN, Republic of South Africa p 28-33.

43. BABALOBI O. O. (2014): Capacity Building and Training opportunities for Fisheries and Aquaculture at the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Presentation at the First Fish Health Workshop organized by the Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. Theme: Sustainable Production of wholesome fish: Key to aquaculture transformation agenda. 1-2 July 2014

44. BABALOBI O. O (2014): History of One Health in Nigeria - A Tribute to late One Health Pioneers.  Congress 2014, 1mperial College London 10-13th September 2014. World Association of History of Veterinary Medicine WAHVM Congress 20I4, Imperial College, London, 10-13th September 2014

45. BABALOBI O. O. (2014): Emerging Diseases: Ebola as Case Study. Guest Lecturer, Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association Edo NVMA Week 2014, Benin. 08th-10thh October, 2014.

46. BABALOBI O. O. (2014): Veterinary Practice in the One Health Initiative: A back to Basics. Second Plenary Session presentation on Wednesday 26th November 2014 at the 51st Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA KADA 2014) holding at the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Indoor Sport Centre, Murtala Square, Kaduna (23rd to 28th November 2014)

47. Alhaji N. B. and BABALOBI O. O. (2014): The Use of Participatory Epizootiology to Investigate Burden and Seasonal Occurrence of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia in Pastoral Communities of Niger State, Nigeria. Poster presentation at t the 51st Annual Congress of the Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA KADA 2014) holding at the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Indoor Sport Centre, Murtala Square, Kaduna (23rd to 28th November 2014)

Scientific Journal Publications

48. BABALOBI O. O. and Esuruoso G.O. (1999). Grazing Reserves and Development of Traditional Pastoralism in Nigeria: Progress and Prospects. Tropical Veterinarian. 17:149-155.

49. BABALOBI O. O and Akinwumi J. A. (2000) Mixed Farming in a Grazing Reserve in Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Animal Science. 3 (2): 125-130.

50 BABALOBI O. O and Ogundipe G.A.T. (2001) Evaluation of Pastoralists’ Settlement Scheme in Nigeria. Tropical Sciences. 41, 1-6.

51. BABALOBI O. O., Fabiyi O. and Oguamanam Libby, (2002). Application of Geographical information Systems to Veterinary Medicine: An Overview. Tropical Veterinarian. 20 (2) I17-125.

52. BABALOBI O. O. (2001) Livestock Production Indices of Transhumant Pastoralists in a Grazing Reserve in Northern Nigeria. Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences.3 (2) Pp. 32-35.

53. BABALOBI O.O., Ayoade G.O., Olugasa B.O., Oluwayelu D.O. and Oyedele O. (2003): Differential Diagnosis of a Swine Epizootic of Unknown Etiology in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine. 58 (2/3). 86-89.

54. Ogundipe G. A. T, BABALOBI O. O. and Annatte I. A. (2003). Extension Services of the National Livestock Projects Division (NLPD). Nigeria Veterinary Journal 24 (3), 137-144.

55. BABALOBI O. O. (2003) The Use of E-groups (List serve mailing lists) for the Development of the Veterinary Profession in Nigeria. Nigeria Veterinary Journal. 24 (3). 179-185.

56. Onyeka Libby, Ogundipe G.A.T, and BABALOBI O.O. (2005). Development of a Geo-Informatics Database of Abattoirs in Ibadan, Nigeria for Epizootiological Surveillance. Vom Journal of Veterinary Science. Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2005.

57. BABALOBI O.O., Onyeka Libby and Ogundipe G.A.T (2005).Towards An Increasing Awareness and Use of Veterinary Geo-Information Technologies in Nigeria: A Review. Vom Journal of Veterinary Science. Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2005.

58. BABALOBI O. O. (2005) The Nigerian Veterinarian in the twenty-first century: The imperative of professionalism. Nigeria Veterinary Journal. Vol. 25 (3).

59. BABALOBI O. O. and Cowen P. (2005). PROMED – mail: An electronic mail disease-reporting forum. Nigeria Veterinary Journal. Vol. 25 (3).

60. BABALOBI O.O. and Idowu O. (2005): The Paradigm of Community-Based Participatory Epizootiology: A Review. Tropical Veterinarian. Vol. 23 (3&4) 69-77. 34.

61. BABALOBI, O.O., Olugasa, B.O., Oluwayelu, D.O, Ijagbone, I.F, Ayoade, G.O and Agbede, S.A (2007). Analysis and Evaluation of Mortality Losses of the 2001 African swine fever outbreak, Ibadan, Nigeria. Tropical Animal Health and Production. Article 9038 (TROP-27R1) DOI: 10.1007/s11250-007-9038-9. Vol. 15, No 7/October 2007 533-542.

62. BABALOBI, O.O. (2007): ‘Veterinary GIS Application, Limitations and Needs in Nigeria’. Veterinaria Italiana.Vol.43 (3), 491-499.July/September 2007.

63. BABALOBI O. O. (2008). Emerging Zoonosis: The Public Health Role of Veterinarians. Nigerian Veterinary Journal. Vol.29 (3) 78-82.

64. BABALOBI O. O., (2008). Public Health Veterinarians and Food Safety Challenge. Vom Journal of Veterinary Science, Vol. 5 (1). 32-37.

65. BABALOBI O. O., (2008). One Medicine Approach to Emerging Zoonotic Diseases: A Review. Vom Journal of Veterinary Science, Vol. 5 (1), 59-64.

66. Adeyemo O.K and BABALOBI O. O. (2008). Geographical Information System (GIS) Mapping of Spatio-Temporal pollution status of Rivers in Ibadan, Nigeria. Pakistani Journal of Biological Sciences 11. (7) 982-988.

67. BABALOBI O. O. (2009a): Pandemics and Paradigms (1): The Avian Influenza Pandemic challenge. DOKITA, Tropical Disease Edition, Vol. 34, No 1, March 2009. Pp. 70-74.

68. BABALOBI O. O. (2009b): Pandemics and Paradigms (2): Emerging Zoonoses and the One Health Paradigm. DOKITA, Tropical Disease Edition, Vol. 34, No 1, March 2009. Pp. 75-78.

69. Bolajoko, M.B., BABALOBI, O.O., Davon, G.D. (2009): Problems affecting the efficiency of Animal Disease Reporting System in Oyo State, Nigeria. Vom Journal of Veterinary Science Vol. 6(1). 

70. Idowu O.S. and BABALOBI O. O. (2010): Animal Health Management Perspectives of Rural Livestock Farmers in Southwest Nigeria: The Place of Community Based Animal Health Workers. Nigerian Veterinary Journal, Vol. 31 (1), 26-36.

71. BABALOBI O. O. (2010). Internet Web Communication Technology (WCT) and Information Communication Technology (ICT) development and use for Veterinary Medicine Education in Nigeria (2000 -2009). Nigerian Veterinary Journal, Vol. 31(3), 185-194.

72. Ogunwale I. and BABALOBI O. O. (2010): Ethno-Veterinary Medicine Perspectives of Common Diseases and Health Problems of Livestock kept by Rural Women in South-West Nigeria: A Case Study. Nigerian Veterinary Journal Vol. 31(4) 255 – 262.

73. BABALOBI O. O. (2011): A Participatory Epizootiology Research of Settled Pastoralists in Igangan Grazing Reserve, Southern Guinea Agro-Pastoral Zone, Oyo State, Nigeria: First Report. Nigerian Veterinary Journal, Vol. 32. (1). 16-20.

74. Adetunji, V.O., and BABALOBI O.O., (2011): A Comparative assessment of the Nutritional Contents of ‘Wara’ A West African Soft Cheese Using Calotropis Procera and Cymbopogon Citratus as Coagulants. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development.

75. BABALOBI O. O. and Kareem A. A. (2011): Participatory Baseline Survey Of A Case Study Rural Livestock Health Management Practice In Nigeria: The Place Of Community Based Animal Health Workers. Tropical Veterinarian. Vol. 29 (2).

76. BABALOBI O. O., Bolajoko, M.B. and Anzaku S.A. (2011). Ms. 11/1375: Participatory Disease Surveillance As Panacea To The Bane Of Animal Disease Under-Reporting In Nigeria: A Collaborative Report. Short Communication. Tropical Veterinarian. 29. (3) 36-40.

77. BABALOBI O. O. (2011): ProMED-Mail and Health Map: Information Communication Technology Partnership for improved Emerging Animal Disease Reporting for English-Speaking Africa. Journal of Commonwealth Veterinary Association. Special Issue July 2011, Vol. 27 No.2. 261-263.

78. Bolajoko, M.B., and BABALOBI, O.O. (2011).Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Animal Diseases Reporting System in Oyo State, Nigeria (1995-2005): The Relevance of ProMED-Mail. Journal of Commonwealth Veterinary Association Special Issue July 2011, Vol. 27 No.2. 264-267.

79. Ajulo H.O., Adetunji V.O., BABALOBI O. O. and Ajulo M.O. (2012) Public Health Risks Associated With Egg Consumption Patterns in Ibadan. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences. Vol.1, (3), 810-816. http://www.ijpcsonline.com/files/36-177.pdf.

80. Ajulo H.O., Adetunji V.O., BABALOBI O. O. and Ajulo M.O. (2012): Salmonella status of Eggs on the Market in south-western Nigeria. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences. Vol.1, (3), 917-922. http://www.ijpcsonline.com/files/36-177.pdf.

81. Emmanuel Jolaoluwa Awosanya, Olutayo Babalobi, Sunday Omilabu, Patrick Nguku, Gabriel Ogundipe (2013): Prevalence and correlates of influenza-a in piggery workers and pigs in two communities in Lagos, Nigeria. The Pan African Medical Journal. 2013; 16:102 

83. N. B. Alhaji and O. O. BABALOBI (2015): "Participatory Epidemiology of Ethnoveterinary Practices Fulani Pastoralists Used to Manage Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia and Other Cattle Ailments in Niger State, Nigeria," Journal of Veterinary Medicine, vol. 2015, Article ID 460408, 10 pages, 2015. doi:10.1155/2015/460408. Received 21 September 2014; Revised 14 December 2014; Accepted 24 January 2015. Published online 2015 Mar 23.

84. N. B. Alhaji and O. O. BABALOBI (2015): Socio-cultural factors influencing transmission of Mycoplasma mycoides mycoides small colony in Pastoral cattle herds of North-central Nigeria. Vom J. Vet. Sci. Year: 2015, Volume: 10, Issue: 1:1-13

85. Nma Bida Alhaji & Olutayo Olajide Babalobi (2015): Sero-positivity and associated risk factors for contagious bovine pleuropneumonia under two cattle production systems in North Central Nigeria. Trop Anim Health Prod. DOI 10.1007/s11250-015-0952-y. 12 November 2015

 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 


 


 


86. Alhaji & Babalobi 2015: ‘Molecular epidemiology of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia by detection, identification and differentiation of Mycoplasma mycoides subsp. mycoides in Niger State, Nigeria’. Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences (2015) 13(3): 1-8


 

 


 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 

 


 


87. N. B. Alhaji and O. O. BABALOBI (2016): ‘Qualitative and quantitative impacts assessment of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia in Fulani pastoral herds of North-central Nigeria: The associated socio-cultural factors’. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. (2016) 128:124-128. Accepted April 6, 2016.


 

 

 

 


 


 


 


 


Technical Reports and Monographs:

 

 

 

 

88. BABALOBI O. O. (2008).Technical Report and Recommendation of In-House Continuous Professional Development Training Workshop in Epizootiology for Staff of the Epidemiology Unit, Diagnostic Services and Extension Department, National Veterinary Research Institute  NVRI Vom, Plateau State, Nigeria 7th - 9th July 2008. 79pp. (Nigeria)

89. BABALOBI O. O. (2010). The Challenge of Changing Trends in the Development and use of the Internet and Information Communication Technologies for Veterinary Medicine Education in Nigeria. ICT for transforming research for agricultural and rural development Feature article. The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation EU-ACP (CTA) Knowledge for Development Website (http://knowledge.cta.int/) 17-08-2010

90. BABALOBI O.O (2011). Concept Paper and Proposal for the establishment of One Health Nigeria (OHN) Office under the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). Commissioned Technical Report submitted to the Project Director, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). October 2011.

91. BABALOBI O. O. (2012) .Technical Report and Recommendation for a One Health standardized curriculum and course content in Field Epidemiology Training Programs. Commissioned by the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET), Uganda/ Centers for Disease Prevention and Control CDC- Atlanta One Health Office Animal: Human Interface Project AHIP, Nigeria May 2012. 55pp.

 

92. BABALOBI O. O. (2015): Recommended One Health Course Outline for Veterinary Students in Nigeria at undergraduate level. Submitted on invitation to the Registrar, Veterinary Council of Nigeria VCN for inclusion in the draft harmonized Veterinary curriculum for accredited Veterinary Faculties/Colleges in Nigeria being considered by the VCN. January 2015.

 


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