Dolapo Adedeji

  • Professor
  • Natural Sciences, Pharmacy, & Health Professions, ECSU

Bio Dr. Dolapo Adedeji is an Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Science in the Department of Natural Sciences, Pharmacy, & Health Professions. She also serves as the Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science (BSPS) program. EDUCATION: Ph.D. (Chemistry with concentration in Biochemistry), Auburn University, Auburn. Alabama MS (Pharmacy), University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida B.Sc. (Chemical Sciences), University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. Nigeria. RESEARCH INTERESTS: Dr. Dolapo Adedeji's research interest focuses on the effects of anti-malarial agents on prostate cancer cell lines both androgen-sensitive and androgen-insensitive. She also works in collaboration with Dr. Gloria Payne on the effects of these anti-malarial drugs on the development of embryonic chicken. TEACHING: Dr. Dolapo Adedeji teaches undergraduate courses that include: Biochemistry I and II (CHEM 401 & CHEM 402) both face-to-face and online Principles of Pharmacology (PHSC 300) Basic Pharmaceutics/L (PHSC 402) Drug Discovery, Design and Development (PHSC 380) Clinical Research Seminar (PHSC 499

There are 2 included publications by Dolapo Adedeji :

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Effects of Anti-malarial Agents – Artesunate and Primaquine on the Cardiovascular System of a Chicken Embryo for Human Fetal Development 2021 84 Malaria during pregnancy can have serious adverse symptoms and outcomes to the mother and fetus. This includes higher rates of miscarriage, premature delivery, low birth weight and neonatal death. The chicken embryo is an established model for devel...
Effects of Metformin and Doxorubicin on the Proliferation and Morphology of Androgen-sensitive (LNCaP) and Androgen-insensitive (PC-3) Human Prostate Cancer Cell Lines 2021 63 The effects of Metformin (MET) and Doxorubicin (DOX) on human prostate cancer cell lines - LnCAP and PC-3, and morphological changes using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) was observed.In vitro anti-proliferative activity of 3-(4,5-Dimethylthiazol-...