Grants

Training grants

  1. SIDACTION grant number NG-04-12-01. Working with MARPs (MSM, FSW, DUs) to build their capacity to engage with researchers during HIV research. 2012 – 12 months – €28,400
  2. SIDACTION grant number NG-04-11-02. Facilitation of HIV community interface with researchers and ethics committees members. 2011 – 12 months – €31,000
  3. SIDACTION grant number NG-04-10-03. Training of researchers on community engagement in research. 2011 – 12 months – €16,786
  4. SIDACTION grant number NG-04-10-01. Training those who train medical personnel on the ethics of HIV Research and Service Provision. 2010 – 12 months – €29,545
  5. Lagos State AIDs Control Agency. Training of MSMs on treatment, prevention and research literacy. 2010 – 2 months – N440,000
  6. SIDACTION grant number NG-04-09-01. Towards more ethics in HIV researches conducted in Nigeria (2). 2009 – 12 months – €16,000
  7. European Development of Clinical Trial Partnership (EDCTP) grant number. Training of laypersons on ethics board on how to review a research protocol and provide constructive feedback 2009– 12 months – €45,799
  8. AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition. Training of IRB member on community involvement in research and the content of the GPP. 2010 – 9 months – $16,184
  9. SIDACTION grant number NG-04-08-01. Towards ethics in HIV Researches conducted in Nigeria. 2008 – 12 months – €26,000
  10. AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition. Training of laypersons on IRB member on community involvement in research and the content of the GPP. 2008 – 12 months – $9,450
  11. Department for International Development (DFID) grant number AG4026. Research and Development of New HIV prevention Technologies in Nigeria: Promoting community participation, Ethics and Rights. 2004 – 12 months – £60,000

 

F2. Travel Grants

  1. Travel grant for participation at the NGO Consultative Workshop, Pretoria, South Africa – 2000
  2. Travel grant for participation at the International Conference on HIV/AIDS and STIs, Nairobi, Kenya – 2003
  3. EU travel grant for participation at the New HIV Prevention Technology Conference. EU 2004. Dublin – 2004
  4. International travel grant for participation at the Microbicide 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2012 Conferences
  5. International travel grant for participation at the IAS organised International Conference on HIV and AIDS, Toronto, Canada (2006), Vienna, Austria (2010), and South Africa (2016).
  6. IAS travel grant for participation at the IAS organised Pathogenesis Conference, Sydney, Australia – 2007
  7. The French Government travel grant for participation at the IAS organised International Conference on HIV and AIDS, Toronto, Mexico – 2008
  8. Dr Sam Harris Travel Grant for the IAPD 2009 conference in Germany – 2009
  9. International travel grants for participation at Conferences on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infection – 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016
  10. International fellowship to participate at the Global Health and HIV/AIDS programme, BIARI, Brown University, USA – 2012
  11. International scholarship as a visiting Associate Professor of International Studies to Brown University, Providence, Rhondes Island, USA – 2012
  12. International fellowship to participate at the Global Health and Adolescent, women programme, BIARI, Brown University, USA – 2013
  13. Borough Foundation travel grant to the International Association of Dental Research meeting. Cape Town, South Africa – 2014.
  14. International travel grants for participation at HIV Research for Prevention Conference – 2014, 2016

 

 Research Grants

  1. Principal Investigator. Obafemi Awolowo Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile_Ife. Prevalence and Effect of Psychological Management of Dental anxiety in children seen at the Obafemi Awolowo Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife. 2000. N50,000
  2. Co – Investigator. National Science Foundation, USA. (SES-0724794). The Trials and Tribulations of Tenofovir: Ethics, Political Economy, and Clinical Research in Africa. Program for Science, Technology, and Society – 2007 to 201$411,000
  3. Principal Investigator. Ford Foundation, Nigeria. Sexual, reproductive and socio-developmental needs of adolescents and young people living with HIV in Nigeria. 2012 – 2014. $169,000
  4. Principal Investigator. Africa Initiative Grant. Prevalence and pattern of anal sex amongst adolescents: implication for HIV prevention programming in Nigeria – 2012. $15,000
  5. Co-Principal Investigator. CHRI-CHVI, Canada. Creating a common platform for HIV vaccine research and HIV care and treatment program – 2012 to 2014. $78,600
  6. Co-Principal Investigator. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation through the Georgetown University. Formative research studies on the use of PrEP as part of the combination prevention package for sero-discordant couples in Nigeria – 2013. $236,000
  7. Co-Principal Investigator. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded PrEP Demonstration study on the use of PrEP as part of the combination prevention package for sero-discordant couples in Nigeria – 2014. $1,500,000
  8. Co- Principal Investigator. Baseline data for the EKPIN Project in six states of Nigeria. N11,000,000
  9. Principal Investigator. Wellcome Trust funded research on Ethical considerations and community engagement when conducting research during an infectious. 2016. $9,986