Dr Adebola Oladunjoye was a MASHAV scholar for International Research Training on Postharvest Physiology, pathology and handling of fresh commodities CINADCO, Tel Aviv Israel between between February 7 – 26th, 2016. His doctoral research investigated inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes on fresh produce using bacteriophage and other eco-friendly agents, and predicting same using artificial intelligence. The research was awarded Faculty of Applied Science top Ph.D student at Durban University of Technology in South Africa in 2017. Dr Adebola Oladunjoye was also a trainee at International symposium on Global Food safety, Durban South Africa. He was a research tutor in the Department of Biotechnology and Food Technology at the Durban University of Technology from 2014-2016. He currently lectures at the Department of Food Technology, University of Ibadan, where he takes courses in Food microbiology, Food Quality control, Cereal technology and Meat technology.