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Mr Hammed Mogaji

TitleLecturer
InstitutionFederal University Oye-Ekiti
DepartmentDept. of Animal and Environmental Biology
AddressEkiti
Nigeria
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    Dr. Hammed O. Mogaji holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology (First class) and a Master’s of Science (Distinction) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Parasitology from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. His research interest is on mapping of occurrences, and distribution of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) and other infectious diseases of public health importance. He aims to understand the complex interactions of socio-economic and environmental variables on transmission dynamics of these diseases using basic epidemiological tools, bayesian geostatistical models, advanced mathematical models and simulations. These results coupled with answers to key implementation research questions would be useful to direct policies and guide public health practices. Before joining the university, he was a research scientist with the Spatial Parasitology and Health GIS group in Abeokuta, Nigeria and has 5 years’ experience in facilitating and implementing NTDs control programmes with organizations like MITOSATH. He is presently on the research team of the COUNTDOWN consortium in Nigeria. Mogaji had successfully completed two-research projects with grant award from WHO/TDR in Geneva, Switzerland, and has several other awards and commendations to his credit. He has attended training, conferences and workshops in Nigeria, Uganda, Ghana, Bangladesh and Italy. Currently he has over 25 publications in peer-reviewed journals and he is a member of some National and International scientific societies.


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    1. Adeniran AA, Mogaji HO, Aladesida AA, Olayiwola IO, Oluwole AS, Abe EM, Olabinke DB, Alabi OM, Ekpo UF. Schistosomiasis, intestinal helminthiasis and nutritional status among preschool-aged children in sub-urban communities of Abeokuta, Southwest, Nigeria. BMC Res Notes. 2017 Nov 28; 10(1):637. PMID: 29183397.
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    2. Ejike CU, Oluwole AS, Mogaji HO, Adeniran AA, Alabi OM, Ekpo UF. Development and testing of Schisto and Ladders™, an innovative health educational game for control of schistosomiasis in schoolchildren. BMC Res Notes. 2017 Jun 28; 10(1):236. PMID: 28659195.
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    3. Omitola OO, Mogaji HO, Oluwole AS, Adeniran AA, Alabi OM, Ekpo UF. Geohelminth Infections and Nutritional Status of Preschool Aged Children in a Periurban Settlement of Ogun State. Scientifica (Cairo). 2016; 2016:7897351. PMID: 27034905.
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