Olumide A Odeyemi

Research Outputs Officer, University of Tasmania

Dr Olumide is a research scientist with a doctoral degree from Australia. His areas of expertise include food microbiology, microbial food safety and quality, aquaculture microbiology, and research communication.

He is a fellow of the African Scientific Institute (ASI), United States. Active member of Association of African Agricultural Professionals in the Diaspora (AAAPD), Society for the Advancement of Science in Africa (SASA) and Institute of Fisheries Management, United Kingdom.

Dr Olumide is a recipient of various competitive international scholarships and awards among which are: University of Tasmania Graduate Research Travel Grant (2017), Australian Society for Microbiology conference bursary (2017), BOTES Travel Grant (2017), semi-finalist 3 minutes thesis competition (2017), student ambassador, University of Tasmania (2016), nominated for Study Tasmania Award for contribution to international education in Tasmania (2016), IMAS Research and Travel grant (2017), Vice Chancellor Leadership Award (2016), FSOA young ambassador (2016), semi-finalist, data science fellowship, United States of America (2016), student ambassador, University of Tasmania (2015), Graduate Student Bursaries Award, University of Tasmania (2015), Travel Bursary Graduate Research Conference, University of Tasmania (2015), Vice Chancellor Leadership Award (2015), Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarship (2014), University of Tasmania Tuition Fee Scholarship (2014), poster presentation, by Malaysian Society for Microbiology National Seminar (2014), National University of Malaysia PhD fellowship (2014) and Malaysia International PhD Scholarship (2014).

Experience

  • 2019–present
    Research Outputs Officer, University of Tasmania

Education

  • 2019 
    University of Tasmania, Seafood microbiology