EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERS
Department of Natural and Forensic Sciences
Albany State University
Dr. Oluseyi Vanderpuye is currently Professor of Forensic Science and Biochemistry at Albany State University in Georgia. He graduated from the University of Leeds, England with a PhD in Biochemistry and from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland with BSc. Honours in Biochemistry. He did postdoctoral studies at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri and the University of Miami, Florida in the USA. He worked at Methodist Hospital Indiana’s Center for Reproduction and Transplantation Immunology and at Lagos State University’s Department of Chemical Sciences and as Coordinator at its Centre for Environmental Science and Education. He was a United Nations Development Program sponsored consultant at the University of Lagos, Department of Biochemistry 1993-1994. He was an ASCB MAC Visiting Professor at the University of Pittsburgh Department of Cell Biology and Physiology, 2005, 2007. In 2009 and 2011, he was a Linkage Fellow of the ASCB MAC. He has 24 peer reviewed publications, 5 chapters in books and 9 articles in encyclopedias. Dr. Vanderpuye was on the three member team that gained national accreditation by FEPAC for the Forensic Science program at Albany State University and that made it the first program in the state of Georgia to be so accredited. Dr. Vanderpuye has mentored 35 Albany State University undergraduate students in research projects several of whom co-authored abstracts published in the proceedings of annual meetings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.
Dr. Adewale Vanderpuye Oluseyi’s research interest include Analysis and toxicology of synthetic cannabinoids, Forensic DNA typing methods and DNA databases, Toxin interactions with human lung and adrenal cells, Salivary glycoprotein biomarkers for biomedical and forensic applications, Cell surface complement system regulatory proteins, Cell surface signaling and gap junction Cx43 protein.