Oladipupo Adiamo

Oladipupo Adiamo is a PhD student at the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI), The University of Queensland. He completed his BSc degree in Food Science and Technology from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria and MSc degree in Food Science from King Saud University (KSU), Saudi Arabia.

Adiamo worked as a Food Safety and Hygiene Coordinator in Nestle Nigeria, Plc for 1 year before embarking on his academic career. During his master’s program, he was a Research Assistant (RA) in KSU and thereafter, he worked as a RA in United Arab Emirates University prior to starting his PhD program. He has more than 40 publications in international peer-reviewed journals. His previous research works were focused on sustainable agriculture by the development of new food products using health beneficial properties from underutilized agricultural produce and by-products and application of innovative non-thermal treatments to improve food safety.

His present PhD study is focused on increasing the potential use of underutilized Australian wattle seeds by investigating the effect of processing methods on the nutritional and functional properties of the seeds as well as producing value-added protein products from the seeds.

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