Folasade Bosede Oluwabamiwo, is a food scientist, attended the University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria where she obtained Ph.D. in Food Technology. She started her career with NAFDAC as a Principal regulatory Officer in 1996. Trained by IAEA in Siebersdorf Austria on Mycotoxin Analysis (August 2002 –February 2003) was pioneer head of Unit Mycotoxin Laboratory NAFDAC Oshodi Laboratory, Lagos
Achievements: ISO 17025 accreditation March 2005 in aflatoxin analysis in cereals.
Consulted for ABT Associate USA (2012) and PACA participated in the First and second Country wide assessment for aflatoxins in Nigeria
Training Officer Mycotoxicology Society of Nigeria (2006 -2014) – trained numerous students, University lecturers, Industrialists in Mycotoxin analysis
President Mycotoxicology Society of Nigeria 2016 – Date
Attended Several International and Local Conferences and Workshops on Mycotoxins
- Evaluating the performance of sampling plans to detect fumonisin B1 in maize lots marketed in Nigeria J.A.O.A.C. 90(4)1050-1059 Whittaker T. B et. al. (2007),
- Fungal and Mycotoxin Contamination of Nigerian Foods and Feeds in Mycotoxin and Food Safety in Developing Countries: chapter 1: InTech, Proximate Composition And Fatty Acid
- Profile Of Nigerian Melon Seeds Life Science Archives (LSA) Page: 59 - 65 www.jpsscientificpublications.com(2015) and Method Validation And Uncertainty Report For The Determination Aflatoxins In Melon Seeds Indo – Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IAJMR) Page: 73 – 80 (2015)
- Assessment of microbiological and residual antibiotics status in milk sold in Abeokuta, Ogun State (2018).