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    Amira, Philip Olaniyi

    Sex:                                                                                                       Male

    Date and place of Birth:                                                  13thOctober, 1971/ Erinmope Ekiti

    Marital status:                                                                                  Married

    Nationality/National Identity:

    i.              Nationality:                                                                       Nigerian

    ii.             State of Origin:                                                                 Ekiti

    iii.            Local Government Area:                                               Moba

    iv             Town of Origin:                                                                                Erinmope- Ekiti

    v.            Ward/Constituency:                                                      Ward 1/Constituency 1

    Religion/Denomination:                                        Christianity/Seventh -Day Adventist Church

    Educational Institution Attended With Dates:

    1.            University of Ilorin, Ilorin                                                                              1995-1997

    2.            Federal University of Technology, Minna                                              1987-1992

    3.            Erinmope High School, Erinmope Ekiti                                                     1982-1987

    Academic Qualifications

    1.            Master of Science (M.Sc.) Biochemistry                                                 1997

    2.            Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech. Hons), Biochemistry

                    Second Class Honours, Upper Division                                                    1992

    3.            West African School Certificate/G.C.E.  ‘O’ Level                                                1987

    Professional Affiliations/Membership

    Member, Nigerian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NSBMB)

    Published/Unpublished Papers/Journals

    a.            Amira, P. Olaniyi, Babalola, O.O. and Oyediran, A. Mary (2014) Physicochemical Properties of Palm Kernel Oil, Current Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 6(5): 205-207.

    b.            Amira, P.Olaniyi, Daramola A. Success and Olomi-Ojo A. Victoria (2014) Studies on some Physiologically Significant Elements Present in Gacinia Kola (Bitter, Kola) Seed, SEEM Journal, Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.

    c.             Daramola, A. Success and Amira, P. Olaniyi (2012) A Comparative study on some changes Elecited by Repeated Administration of chloroquine and NEEM (Azadiracta indica) Leaf Extract in mice, International Journal of Innovations in Medical Science, volume 2, No.1, 244-27.

    d.            Amira P. Olaniyi, Daramola, A. Success and Atolani S. Temitope(2014) Effect of Drying on some Anti-Nutritional factors present in Bitter Cassava(Maniihot utilisma) and Sweet Cassava (Manihot palamata), International Journal of Engineering, Science and Innovative Technology (IJESIT) Volume 3, Issue 4, 368-372.

    e.            Amira, P. Olaniyi; Daramola, A. Success and Oyelade, W. Abimbola (2014) Comparative Studies on Some Anti-Nutritional Factors in Seeds of Mucune Pruriens (Velvet Beans) and Sphenostylis Sterocarpa (African Yam Beans), Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare (IISTE), Volume 4, No. 16, 13-16.

     f.            A.N. Saidu, H.O. Akanya, O.P. Amira (1999) Reference values of Serum Electrolytes of Adults in Minna and its environs, Journal of Science and Applied Education, Vol. 1 No. 3,85-93.

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