Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Akwa, Anambra State Nigeria. 2nd Nigerian Young Academy General Assembly/conference with the theme ‘Connecting the Academé with other critical sectors for Nigeria Development’ between 6-8th June, 2012.
Covenant University, Nigeria. Resource Person for the “Workshop on Essential of Quality Research Output” held at the Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria between 6-8th October, 2011.
San Juan PEURTO RICO, USA Compositional profiles of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Higher Plants using Multivariate analysis techniques presented at the 43rd IUPAC World Chemistry Congress, the IUPAC General Assembly and 70th CQPR Annual Conference and Exhibition July 30th to August 7, 2011.
Federal University of Technology, Imo State, Nigeria Compositional profiles of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Higher Plants using Multivariate analysis techniques presented at the conference organized by the Nigerian Young Academy 23rd-25th May, 2011.
University of Ibadan, NIGERIA Aspects of Environmental Geochemistry of the Niger Delta, Nigeria: Organic Pollutants in Sediments, Soils and Plants April 28th, 2010.
Abuja, NIGERIA Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Sediments and Soils from Oil Exploration Areas of the Niger Delta, Nigeria at An International conference held by the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE) 29th Nov. to 3rd Dec. 2009.
Redeemer’s University, NIGERIA Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Occurrences, sources, fate and ecotoxicological assessment in oil exploration areas of Niger Delta: A cause for concern presented at the Department of Chemical Sciences, Redeemer’s University, Nigeria. Nov. 25th, 2009
Sun City, SOUTH AFRICA Bioaccumulation and Ecotoxicological Assessments of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Higher plants, Soils and Sediments of from oil Producing Areas of Niger Delta Nigeria, at an International Conference organized by Toxicology Society of South Africa. 6 – 9th August, 2009.
Guangzhou, CHINA Managing the future of our environment: Fate and Remediation of contaminants in Air, Water and Sediment-an International collaborative workshop (Rutgers University, USA and Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, China) held at Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, November 2008
University of Ibadan, Nigeria Catalytic hydropyrolysis of higher plants: Origin of land-plant biomarkers, a seminar paper presented at the chemistry department, university of Ibadan, Nigeria, April 2008.
Chicago, IL USA O.S.S Sojinu, O. Sonibare Oil generating potential of coals from lower Benue trough, Nigeria, at 233rd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition March 25- 29, 2007 Chicago, IL USA.
Philadelphia, USA O.S.S. Sojinu, Adegoke O.D Environmental impacts of Textile Industries in Lagos, Nigeria – A consultant View Point- at the 22nd International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Technology, March 18-21 2007, Philadelphia, USA
Theses and Dissertations
2011 Organic Pollutants in Sediments, Soils and Plants from Oil Exploration Areas of the Niger Delta, Nigeria (PhD) Thesis.
2008 Catalytic hydropyrolysis of higher plants: Origin of land-plant biomarkers
2004Some Aspects of Petroleum Geochemistry of Coals from Benue Trough, Nigeria (MSc dissertation, University of Ibadan)
2002The Production of Ethanol from Sugarcane (Saccharum officinales) (BSc report, University of Agriculture, Abk, Nig.)
2001Geographical Evaluation of Clay Deposits at Omi-Adio Area, South Western, Nigeria (University of Ibadan).
1. Zeng, E. Y., J. Z. Wang, O. S. Sojinu (2011). Principles and Guidelines of Sampling, Extraction and Instrumental Analysis Techniques for Measurements of Organic Pollutants in Environmental Matrices. Biophysico-Chemical Processes of Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Environmental Systems. B. Xing, N. Senesi and P. M. Huang ed. New Jersey, Wiley-IUPAC p. 488
2. O. S. Sojinu*, O.O. Sonibare, E. Gayawan (2013) “Investigating polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons profiles in Higher plants using statistical models” International Journal of Phytoremediation 15:439–451
3. O. Samuel Sojinu*, Oluwadayo O. Sonibare, and Eddy Y. Zeng (2012) “Assessing anthropogenic contamination in surface sediments of Niger Delta, Nigeria with fecal sterols and n-alkanes as indicators” Science of the Total Environment 441: 89–96
4. Hong-Gang Ni, Chao Ding, Shao-You Lu, Xiao-Ling Yin and Sojinu Olatunbosun Samuel (2012) “Food as a main route of adult exposure to PBDEs in Shenzhen, China” Science of the Total Environment 437 (2012) 10–14
5. T.A. Adedosu, H.O. Adedosu, O.S. Sojinu, A.A. Olajire (2012) “n-alkanes and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) profiles of soil from some polluted sites in Niger Delta, Nigeria”. Environmental Earth Sciences DOI 10.1007/s12665-012-1897-3
6. O. S. Sojinu*, O. O. Sonibare, O. Ekundayo, E. Zeng. Y (2012) “Organochlorine pesticides residues in higher plants from oil exploration areas of Niger Delta, Nigeria.” Science of the Total Environment 433: 169-177
7. C. Tang and O. S. Sojinu (2012) “Simultaneous determination of chloroquine and its metabolite desethyl chloroquine in human plasma using liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry” Analytical Letters. In press available online at http://tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00032719.2012.691588
8. C. Tang and O. S. Sojinu* (2012) “Simultaneous determination of caffeic acid phenethy ester and its metabolite caffeic acid in dog plasma using liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry” Talanta 94: 232– 239 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.talanta.2012.03.029
9. O. S. Sojinu*; O. O. Sonibare;E. Y. Zeng (2012). “Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the surface sediments from Ologe lagoon, Nigeria.” Energy sources part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effects.(Manuscript ID: UESO-2010-0494) In Press
10. Adeosun, C.O and Sojinu, O.S.S (2012) “Chemical composition of leaf lipids of Cordia sebestena” Advances in Environmental Biology 6(2):665 – 657.
11. O.L. Faboya, O.S. Sojinu, O.O. Sonibare, (2012). “An Assessment of heavy metals in surface sediments of the Niger Delta, Nigeria”. Canadian Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 6 (3): 2169-2174
12. Sojinu, O. S., Sonibare, O. O. and Zeng, E. Y. (2011).Concentrations and Distributions of PAHs in soils affected by forest fire in Igbanko Mangrove forest, Lagos, Nigeria. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 93.(3): 450–461.
13. T.A. Adedosu, H.O. Adedosu, O.S. Sojinu, and A.A. Olajire (2011). Comparism of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Level in Obio Akpor and Etche L.G.A. of River State, Niger Delta, Nigeria. Science Focus 16(1) 44-49
14. O. S. Sojinu*, O. O. Sonibare, O. Ekundayo, E. Y. Zeng (2011) “Occurrence of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in surface sediments of the Niger Delta, Nigeria” Journal of Applied scientific Research 7(8):1299 -1305
15. O.S. Sojinu, Wang, J.Z., Sonibare, O.S., and Zeng, E.Y., (2010) Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in Soils and Sediments from Oil Exploration areas, Niger Delta, Nigeria Journal of Hazardous Materials, 174, 641–647.
16. Zhao, Y.-Y., Zhang, X.-H. and Sojinu, O. S. (2010).Thermodynamics and photochemical properties of α, β, and γ-hexabromocyclododecanes: A theoretical study, Chemosphere 80.(2):150-156.
17. Sojinu, O. S*., Sonibare, O. O., Ekundayo, O. and Zeng, E. Y. (2010). Biomonitoring potentials of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) by higher plants from an oil exploration site, Nigeria. Journal of Hazardous Materials 184 759–764.
18. O. O. Sonibare, and O. S. Sojinu (2009). “Chemical composition of leaf lipids of angiosperms: origin of land plant- derived hydrocarbons in sediments and fossil fuel.” European Journal of Scientific Research 25: 192-199.
19. Y.-F. Guan; S. O. S. Sojinu;S.M. Li; and E. Y. Zeng (2009). “Fate of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in the environment of the Pearl River Estuary, South China.” Environmental Pollution 157: 2166-2172.
* Corresponding Authorship
Papers published in Conference Proceedings/Book of Abstracts
20. T.A. Adedosu, H.O. Adedosu, O.S. Sojinu, A.O. Ibrahim, I.A. Bello and A.A. Olajire (2011). Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons of Soil from Some Polluted Sites in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Humboldt-Kollege, Alexander von Humboldt Conference: Potential Applications of Nanotechnology in Developing Countries of West Africa: Trend of Research Activities. Book of Abstracts. 4TH – 7TH July, Ogbomoso, Nigeria.
21. T.A. Adedosu, H.O. Adedosu, O.S. Sojinu and A.A. Olajire (2011). n- alkanes and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) Profile of Soil From Some Polluted Sites in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Annual International Conference, Workshop and Exhibition of Chemical Society of Nigeria: Chemistry and the Millenium Development Goals. Book of Abstracts. 19TH – 23RD September, University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
22. O.S.S Sojinu, O. Sonibare Oil generating potential of coals from lower Benue trough, Nigeria, in Book of Abstracts. 233rd American Chemical Society National Meeting& Exposition March 25-29, 2007 Chicago, IL ACS
23. O.S.S. Sojinu, Adegoke O.D Environmental impacts of Textile Industries in Lagos, Nigeria – A consultant View Point- In Proc. of the 22nd International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Technology, March 18-21 2007, Philadelphia.
Articles under peer review
S.Y. Lu, W.J. Chang, S. O. Sojinu and H.G. Ni (2013)‘Bisphenol A in supermarket receipts and its human exposure in Shenzhen, China’
C. Tang and O. S. Sojinu (2012) ‘Quantitative determination of ribavirin in human plasma using isotope dilution integrated with hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry
O. S. Sojinu, O. O. Sonibare, O. Zeng. Y (2013) “ Effects of increased abundance of carbon oxides on carbon isotope(δ13C) profiles in higher plants”
O. Samuel Sojinu, O. O. Sonibare, C.B Adeosun (2013) ‘Profiles of n-alkane in higher plants: A marker for anthropogenic contaminations of soils and sediments’
Manuscript under preparation
1. Olajuwon. Abiola, Gilbert. Adie, and Samuel O. Sojinu (2012). The Occurrence of Heavy Metals And Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in selected food samples from Mowe Market, South western Nigeria
2. Sojinu O. Samuel “The Global trends in water and food pollution: A review”
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