Research

Dr. Fredrick Maloba Chimoyi

 


Title/Qualifications: Ph.D
Department/Unit/Section: Zoology
Contact Address: P. O. Box 43844 -00100, Nairobi.
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Cell phone:0723 086812
Position: Lecturer
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Publications

  • Mwangi K. Danson, Akinyi Mercy, Maloba Fredrick, Ngotho Maina, Kagira John, Ndeereh David, and Kivai Stanislaus (2016). 'Socioeconomic and Health Implications of Human—Wildlife Interactions in Nthongoni, Eastern Kenya.
    African Journal of Wildlife Research; 46, (2): 87-102

  • Oduor Joseph M. Ochieng, Nyamongo Onkoba, Maloba Fredrick, F., Arodi Washingtone Ouma & Nyachieo Atunga (2016). Efficacy of environmentally obtained lytic Staphylococcus aureus bacteriophage against multi-drug resistant Staphylococcus aureus in mice Journal of Infection in Developing Countries. 10(11):1208-1213.

  •  J.M.O. Oduor, W. Nyamongo Onkoba, F. Maloba, W. Ouma Arodi, N. Atunga, F.I. Onditi (2016). Safety and therapeutic efficacy of staphylococcus aureus specific lytic phage against multidrug-resistant S.aureus (MDRSA) in BALB/c mice: A prospective study. International Journal of infectious diseases. 45, (1): 108

  • Faith I. Onditi, Onkoba W Nyamongo, Charles O Omwandho, Naomi W Maina, Fredrick Maloba, Idle O Farah, Christopher L King, Julie M Moore and Hastings S Ozwara* (2015). Parasite accumulation in placenta of non-immune baboons during Plasmodium knowlesi infection.Malaria Journal 14:118
  • Joshua M. Mutiso, John C. Macharia1, Maria N. Kiio1, Peter M. Mucheru, Wycliffe N. Onkoba1,Fredrick C. Maloba, Michael M. Gicheru. Leishmania parasite specific CD4+ synergizes and correlates positively with CD8+ T cells in the production of gamma interferon following immunization of the vervet monkey (Chlorocebus aethiops) model. 14(1):7-19, 2013
  • Maloba Fredrick C., Maina Ngotho and Kalaria Rajesh: Glial Cells response during human african trypanosomiasis infection. Scientia Parasitologica 13(4):145-152, 2012
  • Maloba F, Kagira J M, Gitau G, Ombui J, Hau J, Ngotho M. Astrocytosis as a biomarker for late stage human African trypanosomiasis in the vervet monkey model. Scientia Parasitologica 12(2):53-59, 2011
  • Fredrick Maloba, David Ndeere, Maina Ngotho, John Kagira, Danson Mwangi Kareri, Stanslaus Kivai and Mercy Akinyi. The role of leucocytes in baboons naturally infected with Hepartocyctis. 9th Federation of African Immunological societies (FAIS) conference 1-4th Dec 2014. Pg 58
  • Ngotho M., Kagira J.M., Gaithuma A.K., Kariuki C.K., Akinyi M.Y., Maloba F., Mwaliko V.M., Karanje S.M. and Maina N.M. “A robust and improved model of human African trypanosomiasis. XII international conference on parasitology ICOPA Melbourne, Australia, 15-20 Aug 2010. pg 39-46
  • Maloba F.C. Kinayanjui C.K. Mulei I. and Ngotho M. Assessment of gastrointestinal (GIT) parasites of wild trapped baboons during quarantine. Precedings of Institute of Primate Research’s 17th Scientific conference pg 65. 2007
  • Maloba F. Waititu K. Ngotho J.M. KanuiT.I. WambuguS.N. Towett P.K. Kiama S.G. “Faecal parasites found in the hinge back tortoise (Kinixiys spekii). Proceedings of the University of Nairobi’s sixth biennial scientific conference and exhibition. pg 24, 2008
  • Maloba F. Ngotho M. Gitau G and Ombui J. “Cerebrospinal fluid response as a means of Predicting late stage human African trypanosomiasis in the monkey model” Proceedings of Institute of Primate Research’s 18th International Biomedical Research Conference. Pg 85 2010
  • Jeneby M, Kisrikoi G, Maloba F. and Ngotho M. “Prevalence and treatment of hemoprotozoa infecting baboons” Proceedings of Institute of Primate Research’s 18th International Biomedical Research Conference. Pg 56 2010.

WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES

19th-24th Sept 2016 Workshop on Kenyan biology of pathogens, pathogenesis and parasitism (KENBOP 3) held in Kilifi, Kenya.
22-26th August 2016 Conference Society for the Advancement of Science in Africa, conference at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 November 2017 09:37

Mr. Musila Nicholas

Mr.Musila


Title/Qualifications:
Mr. (Msc)
Department/Unit/Section:
Physics
Position:
Tutorial Fellow
Area of Specialization:
Electronics and Materials Science
Research Interests:
Materials Characterization, Thin films and nanotechology.
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Presentations/Attendance at professional meetings:

  • The 1st Young Scientist Material Science and Solar Energy Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (MSSSEESA) Conference on Material Science and Solar Cell Technology, Nairobi, Kenya, November 28 – 29, 2013.
  • ANSOLE Mini-Symposium in Kenya (AMSK-2013), University of Nairobi, Kenya May9, 2013.




Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 October 2017 13:12

Dr. Jonah Kiprono Birgen

 Birgen

Position: Dr.
Department: Plant Sciences
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Kenyatta University , Nairobi
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Specialization: Plant Pathology, Mycology
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Current Responsibilities:
1. School ODEL Coordinator
2. Departmental ODEL/IBP Coordinator
3. Departmental Coordinator, Plant Pathology Section
4. School grants committee member
5. Departmental postgraduate committee member

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 November 2017 06:06

Dr. Joyce Wamuyu Mwaniki

 

Position: Dr.
Department: Plant & Microbial Sciences
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Kenyatta University , Nairobi
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PUBLICATIONS
1984: The effect of some inhibitors on the oxidative properties of mitochondria
from a Halophyte compared with Glycophytes (M.Sc. Thesis).
1992: Salt-tolerance of some grasses from the shores of Lake Magandi, Kenya
(Ph.D. Thesis).
1998: Primary School Science in Kenya: An investigation of classroom teaching
COM-Tech IDRC Research Team (Kenyatta University).
2000: Studies on the eco-physiology and nitrogen fixation of drought-adapted
tepary bean (Phaseolus acutifolus A. Gray Var. Latifoliuous) with various
rhizobia strains in a semi-arid environment of S.E. Kenya (with Shisanya
C.A. Gitonga N.M. and Ong’are D.W.) in the proceedings of the ninth
congress of the African Association for Biological Nitrogen Fixation”
Held on 25-29 Sept 2000 ICRAF Nairobi.
2003: Mumah, S. Mwaniki J, Desai S.N., Tumuti S, Orango S.S.; Muoma,
J.V.O. and Waswa J.K. Social Role and the environment as factors that
make women more Vulnerable to HIV/AIDS infection. Paper presented at
the international conference on the “impact of global issues on Women
and children Thailand, Feb 16th – 21st 2003.
2003: Mumah, S. Mwaniki, J., Mutua, S. and Muoma J.V. Influencing factors of
HIV/AIDS spread among the physically challenged adolescents in Kenya;
social role? The environment presented at the International conference on
the “impact of global issues on Women and children Thailand, Feb 16th –
21st 2003.
2003: Mumah, S. Mwaniki J.N., Gahagan J. Lelach, N. Muoma J, Kenyanto, T.
and Odwasi, G.O. Application of biotechnology in fostering health and
well-being: directions for Health and medical Research in developing
countries. Paper presented at the conference of the Kenya Chapter of the
association of third world studies (ATWS) on disparities in developing
countries: Types challenges and the way forward. Kenyatta University;
September 17th – 19th 2003.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 September 2015 08:28

Dr. Grace Ngaruiya

 

Position: Dr.
Department: Plant & Microbial Sciences
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Kenyatta University , Nairobi
E-mail: 

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PUBLICATIONS

T. Ide, J. Schilling, J. S.A. Link, J. Scheffran, G. Ngaruiya and T. Weinzierl. 2014. On
exposure, vulnerability and violence: Spatial distribution of risk factors for climate change
and violent conflict across Kenya and Uganda. Political Geography (special issue) 43: 68-81
doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2014.10.007
Ngaruiya, G. (2014). Climate governance, rural livelihoods and social networks: Using the
ecosystem service governance approach to analyse climate adaptation and resource conflict
resolution in Kenya. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
Ngaruiya G, J. Scheffran & L. Lang. 2014. Social Networks in Water Governance and
Climate Adaptation in Kenya. In Handbook of Sustainable Water Management by W. Leal
F. and V. Sumer (Editors) in Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 978-3-319-12393-6
Ngaruiya G. 2014 Does reactive adaptation exist? Using the ecosystem service governance
approach to evaluate post-drought rural food security in Kenya Natural resources 5: 8, 392-407
(special issue on resource security) doi.org/10.4236/nr.2014.58037
Ngaruiya G. & J. Scheffran. 2013. Reducing climate adaptation deficits using revolving
fund network schemes in rural areas of Kenya: Case study of Loitoktok district. African J.
Economic and Sustainable Development 2 (4): 347 - 362 DOI: 10.1504/AJESD.2013.058746
Ngaruiya G. 2013. Book review for Günther Schlee and Abdullahi A. Shongolo's in
"Pastoralism & Politics in Northern Kenya & Southern Ethiopia. Aethiopica 16.
Liang Yang, Chunxiao Zhang, G. W. Ngaruiya. 2013. Water supply risks and urban
responses under a changing climate: A case study of Hong Kong. Pacific Geographies, 39:9-15
Ngaruiya. G. W. 2011. Ecological Assessment of the sengi in north-coastal forests of
Kenya. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. (ISNB-13:978-3-8454-1681-6)
Andanje S., Bowkett A., Agwanda B., Ngaruiya G., Plowman A., Wacher T. and Amin R..
2010. A new population of the critically endangered Aders’ duiker Cephalophus adersi
confirmed from northern coastal Kenya Oryx, 45(3), 444–447
Andanje S., Agwanda B., Ngaruiya G., Rathbun G. and R. Amin. 2009. Sengi (elephant- shrew) observations from north eastern Kenya. Journal of East Africa Natural History 99(1):1-

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 September 2015 08:27

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