Dr. Lucy Kamau


Title/Qualifications: Ph.D
Department/Unit/Section: Zoological Sciences
Contact Address: P.O Box 43844 (00100) Nairobi
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Tell: +254 722 356 568
Position: Lecturer
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Publications

Local  Conferences, Workshops & Seminars Attended

  • August 2012    Facilitator: training on Bio safety Awareness for Kenyatta University staff, held in Kenyatta University Conference Centre.
  • August 2005    National Zoological Conference, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.
    Oral Presentation paper entitled; Tick Vaccines; The potential applicability of the Bm86 vaccine antigen homologue from Rhipicephalus appendiculatus as an anti-tick vaccine.
  • August 2004    National Zoological Conference, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.
    Oral  Presentation paper entitled; Genetic Polymorphism in a concealed potential vaccine antigen from Rhipicephalus appendiculatus.
  • August 2001    Department of Zoology Annual Postgraduate Conference, Kenyatta University.
    Oral Presentation paper entitled; Candidate vaccine antigens in Rhipicephalus appendiculatus: Evaluation of cattle protection against Boophilus decoloratus and Rhipicephalus appendiculatus infestation by vaccination with Bm86 gut antigen derived from Boophilus microplus.
  • August 2000    Department of Zoology Annual Postgraduate Conference, Kenyatta University.
    Oral Presentation paper entitled; Isolation and characterization of genes encoding candidate vaccine antigens in Rhipicephalus appendiculatus: Preliminary results.
  • January 2000    University of Nairobi, DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) seminar.
    Oral Presentation paper entitled: The role of skin bacteria in Anopheles gambiae mosquito host seeking behaviour.
  • August 1997    Department of Zoology Annual Postgraduate Conference, Kenyatta University.
    Oral Presentation paper; Research project proposal entitled; Immunization of cattle against Rhipicephalus appendiculatus using tick derived immunogen.

 

 

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