Opeoluwa Fadoju

I am a genetic toxicologist researching on diverse xenobiotics in the Nigerian environment.

I have always had the flare for science at a tender age. So far through my journey, I have found fulfilment in laboratory based work as well as contributing to already existing knowledge and filling the scientific gap in the field of nanotoxicology. In addition, I have a standing interest in cancer genetics as this is one of the diseases causing mortality in the world today. I have worked on the genotoxicity potentials of antiretroviral drugs and complex mixtures of chemicals as well.


PhD researcher



Research areas

Genetics, Molecular and Cellular Toxicology, Nanogenotoxicology, Reproductive toxicology


University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria