Dr. Vincent Olukayode Oninla
Rank: Lecturer I
Office: Room 101 (First Floor, White house), Department of Chemistry, OAU, Ile-Ife.
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Education: B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry (Ilorin). M.Sc., Ph.D. (Ibadan)
Scholarship, Fellowships and Prizes
2009 – 2012 University of Ibadan Postgraduate Research Scholarship
2009 – 2011 Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) scholarship
Area of Specialization:
(A) My on-going research is aimed at developing new polymers to solve prevailing human and environmental problems. This is being actualized by: (i) developing imprinted polymers to target specific organic and inorganic pollutants in aqueous and non-aqueous media, (ii) Synthesizing Monomer-modified Biosorbents through Graft Copolymerization of sorbent materials, in the presence of initiators such as Fenton reagent, KMnO4 etc., for application in adsorbing toxic organic materials from waste waters and industrial waste waters mimics.
(B) Investigation of the rates and kinetics of membrane digestion by lysosomal enzymes and the role enzymes, proteins and lipids play in cholesterol transfer in biological model systems.
Awokoya, K.N., Sanusi, R.O., Oninla, V.O., Ajibade, O.M. 2016. Activated periwinkle shells for the binding and recognition of heavy metal ions from aqueous media. International Research Journal of Pure & Applied Chemistry, 13: 1-10.
Babalola, J.O., Koiki, B.A., Eniayewu, Y., Salimonu, A., Olowoyo, J.O., Oninla, V.O., Alabi, H.A., Ofomaja, A.E., Omorogie, M.O (2016). Adsorption efficacy of Cedrela odorata seed waste for dyes: Non linear fractal kinetics and non linear equilibrium studies. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 4: 3527 – 3536.
Babalola, J.O., Omorogie, M.O., Babarinde, A.A., Unuabonah, E.I., Oninla, V.O (2016) Optimization of the biosorption of Cr3+, Cd2+ and Pb2+ using new biowaste: zea mays seed chaff. Environmental engineering and management journal 15(7):1571-1580
Oninla, V.O., Breiden, B., Babalola, J.O., Sandhoff, K (2014). Acid Sphingomyelinase activity is regulated by membrane lipids and facilitates cholesterol transfer by NPC2. Journal of Lipid Research 55: 2606 – 2619.
Babalola, J.O., Overah, L.C., Adesola B., Oninla, V.O., Olatunde, A (2011) Kinetic, Equilibrium and thermodynamic studies on the biosorption of Cd(II) from aqueous solutions by the leaf biomass of Calotropis procera – ‘Sodom apple’. J. Appl. Sci. Environ. Manag. 15: 607 – 615.
Babalola, J.O., Babarinde, N.A.A., Popoola, O.A and Oninla, V.O (2009). Kinetic, Equilibrium, and Thermodynamic Studies of the Biosorption of Ni(II) and Cr(III) from Aqueous Solutions by Talinum triangulare (Water Leaf). The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology 10(1): 439-450.
Babalola, J.O., Babarinde, N.A.A., Popoola, O.A and Oninla, V.O (2009). Kinetic, Equilibrium, and Thermodynamic Studies of the Biosorption of Cd(II) and Pb(II) from Aqueous Solutions by Talinum triangulare (Water Leaf). The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology 10(1): 428-438
Babalola, J.O., Babarinde, N.A.A., Oninla, V.O and Popoola, O.A (2008). Kinetics, Equilibrium, and Thermodynamics Studies of the Biosorption of Lead(II) and Chromium(III) by Basella alba L. The Pacific Journal of Science and Technology 9(2): 610-620.
Babalola, J.O., Babarinde, N.A.A., Oninla, V.O and Popoola, O.A (2008). Kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic studies of biosorption of cadmium (II) and Nickel (II) by Basella alba L. In, Food, Health and Environmental Issues in Developing Countries: The Nigerian Situation. Eds. Adebooye, O.C., Taiwo, K.A and Fatufe, A.A. A compilation of Humboldt College Conference in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Cuvillier Verlag Göttingen, 482 – 491.