1. Ashamu, S.O. Anifowoshe, A.D &Awotundun, D.A (2011). The Impact of Exchange rate on Economic Growth in Nigeria. Proceeding of the 4th Annual Conference on Global Economic and Financial Recovery, University of Lagos. July 12, 201–204. University of Lagos. Nigeria.
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  4. Nchuchuwe F.F. and Akhakpe Ighodalo B. (2015) “E-governance and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria: Limitations and Possibilities” in the Proceedings of Covenant University conference on E-governance in Nigeria (CUCEN, 2015), June 10-12, 2015 at Ota, Ogun State.
  5. Adedoja Dorcas Wusu, Solomin Oladapo Rotimi, Gbemisola Morounke Saibu, Oluwakemi Anuoluwapo Rotimi, and Rahman Ayodele Giwa (2016). Modulation of PON2 and Proinflammatory Cytokine Genes in Rat Tissue Exposed to Combined oral Contraceptive Ethinylestradiol and Levonorgestrel. FASEB J 30:648.2
  6. Adedoja Wusu, Olabisi Ogunrinola, Samuel Olaitan, Olawale Balogun, Oluwatobi Ojo and Oladipo Ademuyiwa (2015). Sex Differences in Antioxidant Activity in Sub-Chronic Low-Level Inorganic Mercury Exposure. The FASEB Journal vol. 29 no. 1 Supplement 621.8
  7. Olabisi Ogunrinola, Adedoja Wusu, Benedict Adu, Babajide Elemo, and Oladipo Ademuyiwa (2015). Reverse Effect of Coconut Water on Lipidomics of Low Level Cadmium-Induced Rat FASEB J 9:715.20Wusu, D. A. and Maduagwu, E.N., (2005)     Occurrence and level of Nitrate and Nitrite in Municipal Water. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the Faculty of Science. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria: 11–14,
  8. Wusu, D. A. and Maduagwu, E.N., (2005) Occurrence and level of Nitrate and Nitrite in Municipal Water. Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the Faculty of Science. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria: 11–14  
  9. W usu A. D Ogunrinola O Afolabi O. K Abam E. O Babayemi. Effects of Low level subchronic inorganic mercury exposure on the levels of essential elements analysed by “ICP MS” in rat tissues. presented at 55th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo held at Earnest N Memorial Convention Centre, New Orleans Louisiana, U.S.A, 2016
  10. Wusu A. D., Afolabi O. K., Ogunrinola O. O., Esther O. Abam E. O., Babayemi D. O., Dosumu A., Onunkwor O. B., Balogun E. A., Odukoya O. O. and Ademuyiwa O. Sex Differences In The Response Of Acetylcholinesterase To Sub-Chronic Low-Level Inorganic Mercury Exposure Presented at 54th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo held at San Diego Convention Centre, Califonia, U.S.A, 2015Wusu A. D., Afolabi O. K., Ogunrinola O. O., Esther O. Abam E. O., Babayemi D. O., Dosumu A., Onunkwor O. B., Balogun E. A., Odukoya O. O. and Ademuyiwa O. Sex Differences In The Response Of Acetylcholinesterase To Sub-Chronic Low-Level Inorganic Mercury Exposure Presented at 54th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo held at San Diego Convention Centre, Califonia, U.S.A, 2015
  11. Wusu A. D , Ogunrinola O. O, Afolabi O. K, Abam E. O, Babayemi D. O, Balogun E. A, Odukoya O. O and Ademuyiwa O. Sex differences in the lipidomics of subchronic low level inorganic mercury exposure in the rat presented at 53rd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo held at Phoenix Convention Center, Arizona, U.S.A, 2014
  12. Wusu A. D , Ogunrinola O. O, Afolabi O. K, Abam E. O, Babayemi D. O, Balogun E. A, Odukoya O. O and Ademuyiwa O. Sex differences in paraoxonase activity in sub-chronic lowlevel inorganic mercury exposure presented at 52nd Annual Meeting and ToxExpo held at San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A March 10-14, 2013..
  13. Wusu, O. (2016). Geography of the Association between Contraception and Wealth Status among Ever Married Men in Nigeria. Being a paper presented at the 57thNigerian Geographer’s Association Conference, University of Lagos, 10 – 14 April, 2016.
  14. Wusu, O. (2015). A re-assessment of drivers of contraceptive acceptance, use and discontinuation among young females in Nigeria. Being a paper presented at the 7thUnion for African Population Conference, Pretoria, South Africa, 30 November – 4 December, 2015.
  15. Wusu, O., & Isiugo-Abanihe, C. U. (2015). Key drivers of fertility in Nigeria: A re-examination of the regional differentials. Being a paper presented at the 8thinternational conference on population geographies, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, June 30 – 3 July, 2015.
  16. Wusu, O. & E. O. Amoo. (2014). The role of fertility behaviour in poverty reduction in Nigeria: evidence from demographic and health survey. Being a paper was presented at the 2014 annual conference of the Nigerian Economic Society,Sheraton Hotel, Abuja, November 16-18, 2014.
  17. Wusu, O. (2014). Demographic situation in Nigeria and its multifaceted implications. A plenarypresentation at the international conference on demographic change & sustainable development, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State (July 14–16, 2014).
  18. Wusu, O. (2013). Levels and predictors of condom use in extra marital sex among women in four sub-Saharan African countries. Being a poster presentation at the 2013 PAA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA (April 11-13, 2013)
  19. Wusu, O. (2012). Intimate partner violence against female youths in Nigeria: forms, determinants and implications for sexual and reproductive health. Being a paper presented at the IUSSP international seminar on violence in youth and adolescence in developing countries, New Delhi, India (October 9-11, 2012).
  20. Wusu, O. (2011). Contraceptive use and poverty reduction among women in seven West African countries. Being a paper presented at the6thUnion for African Population Studies conference, Burkina Faso (December 5-9, 2011).
  21. 11. Wusu, O. (2011). A Re-assessment of the effect of education and employment on fertility in Nigeria. Being a paper presented at the 6thUnion for African Population Studies Conference, Burkina Faso (December5-9, 2011).
  22. Wusu, O. (2009). Change in sexual behaviour among undergraduates in Lagos metropolis, Nigeria: the role of voluntary counselling and testingBeing a poster presented at the 26thIUSSP international population conference, Marrakech, Morocco (September 27- October 2, 2009).         
  23. Wusu, O. (2008). Effects of mass media and internet utilization on sexual behaviour of young people: a study of young single undergraduates in LASU. Being a paper presented at the Bill and Melinda Gate’s 2008 international youth conference (Investing in Young People’s Health and Development: Research that Improves Policies and Programs), Abuja (April 27–30, 2008).
  24. Adebayo, S.M, Savage-Oyekunle, O.A. & Yerokun-Oloko, T.O. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and Money Laundering in the National Association of Law Teachers Publication (2009), 174-196.
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  26. Adeleke, F.A.R., Lawal, B., and Olayanju, O., “The Role of Judiciary in Combating Corruption: Aiding and Inhibiting Factors in Nigeria,” Proceedings of the 46thAnnual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers, (2013, April 22nd-26th, University of Ilorin, Kwara State,Nigeria), pp. 293-317.
  27. Makinde, O.O. and Shorunke, O.A. (2011). The library as an agent of information communication: an essence for good governance. Conference proceedings; Faculty of Education International Conference, Lagos State University, Lagos between 26th-30thJuly, 2011. Vol.2, p239-245