Prof. Bolanle O. Iranloye

Bolanle Olubusola Iranloye is a Physiologist with research expertise in Female Reproductive Endocrinology. She has a B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc. and PhD in Physiology from the University of Ibadan in 1988, 1990 and 2003, respectively. Her career interest is teaching and research in molecular Endocrinology and Reproduction. She collaborates with national and international scientists. Over the years she has focused on issues affecting reproductive functions and fetal programming especially Non-Communicable Diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, stress, and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) etc. Currently, she is looking at some genetic changes in female reproductive functions. She has published over 50 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings and chapter in a book. She coordinates the Applied Research of Centre for Genomics of Non-communicable Diseases and Personalized Healthcare and she is also the team leader for Reproductive Endocrinology and Intervention, a Multidisciplinary Research Group (REIMR) in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine where she teach and mentor both undergraduate and postgraduate biomedical science students and Medical/Dental students. She has successfully supervised over 120 undergraduate, 38 M.Sc. and twelve (12) PhD students and is currently mentoring 3 PhD students. 


  • Physiological Society of Nigeria (PSN),
  • Physiological Society, UK,
  • Society for Endocrinology, UK,
  • Fetal and Neonatal Physiological Society, UK,
  • Society for Endocrinology; UK,
  • American Physiological Society,
  • Endocrinology and Metabolic Society of Nigeria,
  • The New York Academy of Science


  • OA Ogunsola, AP Arikawe, BO Iranloye, OA Adegoke (2019). Maternal serum progesterone levels and placental expression of progesterone receptors in insulin-resistant pregnant rats. Journal of African Association of Physiological Sciences 7 (2), 97-108
  • Oyesola T, Iranloye B. Adegoke O. (2019) Implantation and pregnancy outcome of Sprague-Dawley rats exposed to pirimiphos-methyl. Endocr Regul. 1;53(3):139-145. doi: 10.2478/enr-2019-0014.
  • Iranloye B. O., Arikawe A. P., Medubi, O.O., Ogboneyenetan K. S., Adejana A. I., and Mbama U. M. (2017). Alloxan – induced diabetes and insulin resistant effects on ovulation and phases of estrous cycle in virgin female Sprague-dawley rats. African Journal of Physiological Sciences. J. Afr. Physiol. Sci. Volume 5 (1):15-21
  • Medubi,O. O., Iranloye B.O., and Adegoke O.A. (2017). Oestrual Phase at first exposure to predator-induced stress determine pattern of alterations in oestrous cycle and endocrine response in rat. Niger. J. Physiol. Sci. 32. 13-20.
  • Arikawe, A. P., Iranloye, B. O. Ogunsola, A. O., and Daramola, A. O. (2012) Chronic Fructose Consumption As a Model of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome In Pregnant Female Sprague-Dawley Rats Afr. J. Biomed. Res.Vol.15; 7- 13

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