CURRICULUM VITAE OF DENNIS NNANNA ARIBODOR PhD
1. Name: ARIBODOR, DENNIS NNANNA
2. Date and Place of Birth: 27/11/1972, Abakaliki- Ebonyi State
3. Home Address: Aribodor Family Compound, Umuaniche, Abam Village, Azia, Ihiala
LGA, Anambra State
4. Contact Address: Department of Parasitology and Entomology, Faculty of Biosciences,
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, PMB 5025 Awka, Anambra State.
5. Nationality: Nigeria
6. Marital Status: Married with children
7. Academic Qualifications and Date
a. Ph.D. in Public Health Parasitology, 2008
b. M.Sc. in Public Health Parasitology, 2001
c.
B.Sc. in Zoology, 1997
8. Employer/Employment with Dates
a. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Reader/Associate Professor 1st October, 2012
b. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Senior Lecture 1st October, 2009
c.
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Lecturer I, 1st October, 2006
d. Nnamdi Azikwe University, Lecturer II, 1st October, 2003
e. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Assistant Lecturer April, 2002
9. Academic Publications/Papers
a. Postgraduate Theses
i.
Ph.D. Thesis: Prevalence of placental malaria among pregnant women and low birth
weight among newborn babies in Awka North an Awka South Local Government
Areas, Anambra State, Nigeria; August 2008, 110 pages.
ii.
M.Sc. Thesis: Studies on prevalence, species prevalence and management practices
of malaria in Azia, Anambra State, Nigeria; January 2001, 46 pages.
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b. Book
i.
Aribodor, D. N. (2012). Mosquitoes, Malaria and Man: A Compendium.
Printed and Published by Rex Charles & Patrick Ltd., Nimo, Anambra State,
Nigeria. ISBN 978-978-50965-2-; 1; Pp 81.
c. Book Chapters/Contributions
i.
Aribodor, D. N. (2011). Manual for Practical Classes in Parasitology and Entomology,
Publication of the Department of Parasitology and Entomology, Nnamdi Azikiwe
University; Publisher: Maxiprints Awka, Anambra State; ISBN: 9789785063011, Pages
10-17.
ii. Aribodor, D. N. (2010). Parasitology and Entomology: The Discipline for Health, Wealth
and Development. In Career Guide: A Book for Secondary and Higher Institution, Victor
O. C (Editor); Published by Obscomm Publishing Concept, Enugu, Nigeria. 102-104.
iii. Aribodor, D.N. (2007). Chapter 3: Evolution, in Biology: Structure, Function and
Adaptation; edited by Dr A.I.Izundu. Jet Publishers Nigeria Ltd, Onitsha, Anambra State.
36-64.
iv. Aribodor, D.N. (2007). Chapter 16: Ecology, in Biology: Structure, Function and
Adaptation; edited by Dr A.I.Izundu. Jet Publishers Nigeria Ltd, Onitsha, Anambra State.
395-433.
d. International Journal Articles
i.
Onyido, A. E., Ifeadi, C. P., Umeanaeto, P. U., Irikannu, K. C., Aribodor, D. N.
Ezeanya, L. C., Ugha, C. N.and Obiechina, I. O. (2014). Co-infection of malaria and
typhoid fever in Ekwulumili Community, Anambra State, Southeastern Nigeria. New
York Science Journal,Vol. 7 (7):18-27,http://www.sciencepub.net/network
ii.
Okwelogu, I. S., Ikpeze, O. O., Ezeagwuna, D. A., Aribodor, D. N., Nwanya, A. V.,
Egbuche, C. M., Okolo, K. V. and Ozumba, N. A. (2012). Urinary Schistosomiasis
among School Children in Okija, Anambra State, Southeastern Nigeria. Scholarly
Journal of Biological Sciences (India), Vol. 1(1): 1-6.
iii. Aribodor, D. N., Obikwelu, M., Ekwunife, C., Egbuche, C., Ezugbo-Nwobi I., Etaga,
H. (2012). Preliminary Investigation on Soil Transmitted Helminth Infections in Rural
Communities in Anambra State, Nigeria. Journal of Life Sciences (USA) 6 (4) : 452455.
iv. Aribodor, D. N., O. C. Nwaorgu, N. A. Ozumba, and H. Etaga. (2011). Intermittent
preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy in Nigeria: need for improvement in
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drug administration. Journal of US-China Medical Science (USA), Volume 8 No.1
(Serial No. 74), pp.46-50.
v.
Aribodor, D.N; Nwaorgu, O.C; Eneanya, C.I; Okoli, I; Pukkila-Worley, R. and Etaga,
H.O. (2009). Association of low birth weight and placental malaria infection in Nigeria.
Journal of Infectious Diseases in Developing Countries (USA), 3 (8): 620-623.
e. Nigeria Learned Society Journal Articles
i.
Aribodor, D. N., Anidebe, A.O., Eneanya, O. A. and Emelumadu, O. F. (2012).
Entamoeba histolytica infection in children aged 0-12 years in rural communities
in Anambra State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, vol. 33 (1): 129-132.
ii. Okwelogu, I. S., Ikpeze, O. O. and Aribodor, D. N. (2012). Evaluation of
knowledge, attitude and practices of pregnant women on malaria, intermittent
preventive treatment and long lasting insecticidal nets in Ihiala Local Government
Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, vol. 33 (1): 914.
iii. Ikpeze, O.O. Eneanya, C.I., Chinweoke, O.J., Aribodor, D.N. and Anyasodor,
A.E. (2011). Species diversity, distribution and predilection sites of ticks (Acarina:
Ixodidae) on trade cattle at Enugu and Anambra States, southeast Nigeria. The
Zoologist, 9: 1-8.
iv. Aribodor, D.N., Ikpeze, O.O., Onyido, A.E. and Okoye, C.M. (2011). Survey of
indoor adult malaria vectors and challenges of using long lasting insecticidetreated nets in malaria control in Awka-etiti, Anambra State, Nigeria. Nigeria
Journal of Parasitology 32(2): 163-167.
v. Aribodor, D. N., Nwaorgu, O. C., Eneanya, C. I. and Aribodor, O. B. (2007).
Malaria among primigravid women attending antenatal clinics in Awka, Anambra
State, southeast Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Parasitology , 28(1): pp 25-27.
vi. Aribodor, D.N., Okoli, I., Aribodor, O.B., and Anyaeji, P.E. (2006).
Dynamics of malaria in pregnancy and the level of usage of insecticide-treated
bednets in Onitsha, Anambra state, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of
Microbiology
20(3): 1296-1300.
vii. Aribodor, D. N., Njoku, O. O., Eneanya, C. I. and Onyali, I. O. (2003). Studies on
Prevalence of malaria and management practices of the Azia community in Ihiala
L. G. A., Anambra State Southeast Nigeria.
The
Nigerian
Journal
of
Parasitology. 24: 33-38.
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f.
Other Nigerian Journal Articles
i.
Egbuche, C. M., Eneanya, C. I., Aribodor, D. N., Eneanya, O. A.,
Ogbuagu, C. N., and Ezugbo-Nwobi, I. K. (2013). Malaria prevalence
and use of insecticide-treated nets among community members in
Aguleri, Anambra State, Nigeria. The Bioscientist, vol. 1(1):60-66,
http:www.bioscientistjournal.com
ii. Aribodor, D. N., Aribodor, O. B., Eneanya, C. I. and Onyido, A. E.
(2013). Survey of open larval habitats of mosquitoes in four
communities in Awka South Local Government Area, Anambra State,
Nigeria.
The
Bioscientist,
vol.
1(2):132-139,
http:www.bioscientistjournal.com
iii. Ekwunife, C. A., Uzoma, E. M., Nwaorgu, O. C., Ozumba, N. A.,
Aribodor, D. N. and Ezeunala, M. N. (2013). The role of palm fruits
(Phoenix dactylifera) in the transmission of geohelminths in Nigeria.
The Bioscientist, vol. 1(1): 1-5, http.www.bioscientistjournal.com
iv. Aribodor, D. N., Ozumba, N. A., Ewuim, S. C. and Etaga, H. O.
(2011).
Baseline survey of infectivity rates of indoor malaria mosquitoes in
communities in Awka capital territory of Anambra State, Nigeria. Natural and
Applied Sciences Journal (www.naasjournal-ng.org), Vol12 (1): 66-74.
v.
Onyido, A. E., Ozumba, N. A., Ezike, V. I., Ikpeze, O.O., Ewuim, S.C.,
Okonkwo, N. J., Ekwunife, C. A., Aribodor, D. N., Nwankwo, E. N. and
Chukwuekezie, O. C. (2010). Comparison of Conventional CDC and
Improvised Ovitraps for Sampling Aedes (Stegomyia) Aegypti Mosquitoes.
Natural and Applied Sciences Journal (www.naasjournal-ng.org), Vol11: 165169.
vi. Ozumba, N.A; Nwobi, E.A; Ndiokwelu, C.I; Aribodor, D.N; Igwilo, I.O;
and Uzoechina, E.O. (2009). Moringa oleifera: A Review in Medical
Pharmcopoeia. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science, Vol 1,
Number. 73-83.
vii. Aribodor D. N. And Aguigwo, J. N. (2001). The potentials of cassava parts
as raw materials in fish feed formulation: Assessment of toxicity level. World
Journal of Biotechnology, 2 (2): 262-265.
g. Commissioned Technical Reports
i.
Report of the Implementation of Advocacy Visits to Stakeholders in Anambra
State Nigeria on strengthened and Sustained Malaria Malaria Control
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Programme, submitted to Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria; August 2012; 59
Pages.
ii.
Report of pilot indoor residual spraying field trips for assessment of pilot projects
and sentinel sites in Kano, Jigawa, Bauchi, Plateau, Anambra, Enugu and
Akwaibom States of Nigeria submitted to National Malaria Control Programme
(NMCP) of the Federal Ministry of Health Abuja in September 2010; 22 Pages.
iii. Technical report of the long lasting insecticide-treated bed nets (LLINs) universal
campaign in 7 Local Government Areas in Anambra South senatorial zone,
Anambra State, submitted to Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria (HERFON)sponsored by UK-Department for International Development (DfID) in August
2009; 24 Pages.
h. Conference Proceedings
i.
Egbuche, C.M., Eneanya, C.I., Ikpeze, O.O., Aribodor, D.N. and Ejikeme, A.R.
(2009). Inter-relationship between Plasmodium falciparum parasitaemia and ABO
blood groups of pregnant women and adult residents of Awka and environs,
southeast Nigeria. Proceedings of the 5th national conference of the Society for
Occupational Safety and Environmental Health (SOSEH), Nov 11-14, Nnamdi
Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria, 126-129.
i.
i.
International Conference Papers
Aribodor, D., Okechukwu, P. and Eneanya, O. Prevalence and associated risk factors of
intestinal helminth infections among 5-14 year olds in Anambra State, Nigeria. Book of
Abstract, RSTMH Biennial Meeting at the University of Warwick, 19-21 September 2012,
page 67.
ii. Aribodor, D. and Ekwunife, C. (2011). Preliminary survey of soil-transmitted helminth
infections in Anambra State, Nigeria: A call for accelerated action on millennium
development goals. International Society for Infectious Disease- Neglected Tropical
Diseases Meeting July 8-10 2011, Boston Massachusetts, USA. Book of Abstracts, No
11.050 pg 24.
iii. Aribodor, D. N., Nwaorgu, O. C. and Ozumba, N. A. (2010). Intermittent preventive
treatment of malaria in pregnancy in Nigeria: need for improvement in drug
administration. Book of Abstract RSTMH Biennial Meeting, Liverpool University, Carnatic
House and Derby & Ratbone, 8-10 September 2010, Liverpool, England; Page 42.
iv. Aribodor, D.N., Nwaorgu, O. and Eneanya, C.I. (2009). Placental malaria
among
pregnant women and low birthweight among new born babies in six communities in
Anambra State. Abstract Book, 5th MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.
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v. Aribodor, D., Nwaorgu O., and Eneanya C. (2005). Malaria in pregnancy and use of
insecticide
treated bed nets among primigiravids attending antenatal clinic in private
hospitals in Anambra State, Nigeria Acta Tropica. 439.
j.
i.
Conference Papers Nigeria
. Oguoma, V.M., Okolo, K.V., Anyasodor, A.E., Mbanefo, E.C. and Aribodor, D.N.
(2011). Field evaluation of malaria rapid diagnostic test (SB BIOLINETM) in Oru East
Local Government Area of Imo State, southeastern Nigeria. Book of Abstract of the
35th conference of Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria, 19.
ii.
Aribodor, D.N., Nwaorgu, O.C. and Eneanya, C.I. (2007). The meaning of low birthweight baby as a consequence of malaria in pregnancy in six communities of
Anambra State, Nigeria. Book of Abstract of the Nigerian Society for Parasitology. 8
iii.
Aribodor, D. N., Nwaorgu O. C., Eneanya C. I. and Aribodor O. B. (2005). A study
on the prvelance of malaria carried out among primigravid women in Awka, Anambra
State, Nigeria in 2004. Book of
iv.
Abstract of the Nigerian Society for Parasitology. 47
Aribodor, D. N., Njoku, O. O., Eneanya C. I., and Onyali I. O. (2002). Studies on
prevalence of malaria and management practices of the Azia community in Ihiala L.
G. A., Anambra State, Southeast Nigeria. Book of Abstract of the Nigerian Society
for Parasitology. 33
v.
Aribodor, D. N. (2000). Studies on the comparative toxicity of cassava leaf stem
and root extracts on African catfish Clarias gariepinus (Cypriniformes: Clariidae).
Book of Abstract of The Nigerian Society for Parasitology. 47.
K. Invited Papers at Public Lectures
i.
Potentials of Moringa plant in health and wealth creation: An invited
paper delivered at the Sensitization Workshop for community
members from Ukpor in Nnewi South and Oba in Idemili South
L.G.As. both of Anambra State organized by Raw Materials
Research and Development Council of the Federal Ministry of
Science and Technology held at Oba Civic Centre, Anambra State
on 23 December 2011.
ii. Moringa Development Association for the Coordination of Moringa
Development in Nigeria: A paper delivered at the Sensitization
Workshop for community members from Ukpor in Nnewi South and
Oba in Idemili South L.G.As both of Anambra State organized by
Raw Materials Research and Development Council of the Federal
Ministry of Science and Technology held at Oba Civic Centre,
Anambra State on 23 December 2011.
10. ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP
a. Graduated 3 M.Sc. Students in 2011/2012 and 2013/2014 Sessions and 1 PGD
b. Ongoing Postgraduate Supervision of 13 M.Sc. Students
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c.
Consultant on Implementation of Advocacy Visits to Stakeholders on
Strengthened
and Sustained Malaria Programme in Anambra State; Commissioned by Health
Reform Foundation of Nigeria, Abuja.
d. Consultant on Review of 2009 Indoor Residual Spray (IRS) Operations in Nigeria;
commissioned by National Malaria Control Programme, Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja.
August 2010.
e. Consultant to provide technical assistance to the Long Lasting Insecticidal Net (LLIN)
Universal Campaign Process in Anambra State for Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria
(HERFON) in partnership with National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP), July 2009.
f.
April – August 2007; Chairman Task Force on Inventory of Business Premises
Allocation in the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
g. 2004-2012, Member, Student Welfare Board, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka,
Anambra State,Nigeria.
h. 2004-2012, Member, University Senate Committee on Alumni Liaison, Nnamdi
Azikiwe University.
11. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
a. Chairperson, Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Nnamdi Azikiwe University
Branch July 2014-Date.
b. Member, Exam Misconduct Panel, Faculty of Biosciences, UNIZIK Awka, 2014.
c.
Senate Representative, Faculty of Biosciences, UNIZIK 2013-Date.
d. Head of Department, Parasitology and Entomology, 2011/2012.
e. Head of Department, Parasitology and Entomology, 2010/2011.
f.
Elected member, ASUU Welfare Committee, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, 2012-2014.
12. CERTIFICATE TRAININGS
a. Training on Malaria Vectors and Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) in Nigeria organized by
the Federal Ministry of Health and World Health Organization, Abuja, 16-20 August 2010
b. Basic Principles for Strategic Health Communication Workshop, organized by Support to
National Malaria Programme (SuNMaP) sponsored by DfID and National Malaria Control
Programm (NMCP); Abuja February 22-26 2010.
13. TECHNICAL
WORKSHOPS/TRAININGS
ATTENDED
AS
A
PARTICIPANT
(Contributions to Society I)
a.
Participant, 3-day State Communication Action Plan Review Meeting with focus on
Mobilization and Advocacy on Malaria Control, Tuesday 27-Thursday 29 September
2011in Abuja.
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b. Participant, 2-day Orientation of State Level Executive on the Malaria Support Modules
for strengthening capacity for Malaria Control in Anambra State, March 2011
c.
Participant, 6 day Training of Master Trainers on Malaria Control Strategies, Monday 29
November-Saturday 4 December 2010 in Awka, Anambra State.
d. Mid-Term Review Meeting of Malaria Activities and Commencement of 2011 Operational
Plan of Malaria Control in Anambra State, Awka 7-8 October, 2010.
e. Training on Indoor Residual Spraying Baseline Sampling Methods and Evaluation for
Anambra State, Abagana, 21st -25th September, 2010.
f.
Review Workshop on Trainers Manual on Advocacy and Social Mobilization for
Integrated HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Response in Nigeria, Benin, Edo State,
13-14 September, 2010
g. Anambra State Workshop on Basic Principles for Strategic Health Communication, AwkaJuly 26-30, 2010.
h. Workshop on Finalization of Media Materials for Sustaining/Improving Use of LLINs in
Anambra State, Awka 15-16 March 2010.
i.
Workshop on Review of Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) Messages and
Materials for sustaining net use for Long Lasting Insecticidal Net (LLIN) Campaigns in
Abuja, Nigeria, March 11-13 2010.
j.
Training on Baseline Entomological Data Collection for Malaria Control for Anambra
State, Awka, 15-16 September 2009.
k.
Training of team members on the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) for
geographical coverage assessment in Community Directed Treatment with Ivermectin
(CDTI) Projects in Anambra and Enugu States, Enugu 19th August, 2009.
l.
Media Materials Development Workshop on LLINs Distribution Campaign in Nigeria,
Kano, 3rd -7th February, 2009.
m. Kano and Anambra States Universal Long Lasting Insecticidal Net (LLIN) Campaign
Planning Workshop, Enugu 29th -31st January, 2009.
n. Two Days Workshop on Coalition Building for Nongovernmental Organizations organized
by HEALTH FOUNDATION OF NIGERIA (HERFON)
with sponsorship from DfID in
Awka, Anambra State, June 2006.
14. TRAININGS CONDUCTED AS A MASTER TRAINER/FACILITATOR (Contributions to
Society II)
a. Master Trainer/Facilitator of Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Managers, Diseases
Surveillance & Notification Officers (DSNOs) Officers and Monitoring &Evaluation
(M&E) Officers State on Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Control Activities in
Anambra State, organized by SuNMaP-DfID/UKaid, 19-21 December 2011, Awka,
Anambra State.
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b. Master Trainer of Coordinators (HOD’s), Primary Health Care in 21 LGAs of Anambra
State on Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Control Programme. Awka November
29-December 1 2011.
c.
Master Trainer of Patent Medicine Vendors (PMVs) in Njikoka Local Government
Area of Anambra State (2 batches) on National Malaria Control Strategies, 15-17
February and 19-22 February 2011 by Anambra State Government with support from
SuNMaP (Support to National Malaria Programme) –DfID, United Kingdom.
d. Master Trainer of Primary Health Care Workers (2 batches) on National Case
Management of Malaria at Primary Health Centre Level in both private and public
health facilities in Nnewi North LGA, Anambra State, 19-21 January and 25-27
January 2011 by Anambra State Government with support from SuNMaP (Support to
National Malaria Programme) –DfID, United Kingdom.
e. Master Trainer of Patent Medicine Vendors (PMVs) on National Malaria Control
Strategies in Anaocha LGA, Anambra State, 15-17 December 2010, by Anambra
State Government with support from SuNMaP (Support to National Malaria
Programme) –DfID, United Kingdom
15. Contributions to University (Contributions to Society III)
i.
2012, Elected member of ASUU-NAU Welfare Committee.
j.
2012, Member, Postgraduate Board Faculty of Biosciences Committee on the
Review of Results of the Department of Biochemistry.
k.
April-October 2010, member 6-man Committee on Sharing Assets/Liabilities of the
Erstwhile Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
l.
2007-2010, Member, Faculty of Natural Sciences Lecture Week Committee.
m. 2004-2006, Transport Manager, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Commercial Luxury Bus
Services, Office of the Vice Chancellor.
n. 2004-Date, Staff Adviser, Malaria Eradication and Safe Health Initiative (MESHI,
a.k.a. Malaria Club), Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
o. 2003-2004, Member, Works Committee of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
p. 2001-2010, Secretary and member the Departmental Board, Department of
Parasitology and Entomology, Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
q. 2001-Date, Staff Adviser of Azia Students’ Association, Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
16. Contributions to Society IV
a. May 2014, Chairman, Organizing Committee, Maiden Symposium & Awards of the
Awka Branch of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Alumni Association, 24/05/2014
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b. November 2013, Collation Officer for Independent National Electoral Commission
(INEC) State House of Assembly bye-election in Enugu State, 23/11/2013
c.
July 2012, Collation Officer for Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)
for Edo State Governorship Election, 14/07/2012.
b. 2010-Date, member 3-man coordinating committee of Global Fund funded HIV/AIDS,
Tuberculosis and Malaria network of civil societies, Anambra State Chapter.
g. 2009-Date, Chairman, Anambra State Chapter of Civil Society Network on Malaria
Control, Immunization and Nutrition (ACOMIN).
h. 2007-Date, Secretary & member, Moringa Development Association, Anambra State
Chapter, Nigeria.
i.
October 2007; Member 5-man Anambra State Delegate to the Annual General Meeting
(AGM) of the Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria (HERFON), Abeokuta, Ogun State.
j.
2004-Date, Founder & National President, Malaria Eradication & Safe Health Initiative
(MESHI), a health-based nongovernmental organization in Nigeria.
k.
2002-2008, National Secretary of Azia General Assembly (Town Union), Azia, Anambra
State.
l.
1998-2002, President of Azia Academic Association, Azia, Anambra State.
17. International Conferences Attended
a. 19-21 September 2012, RSTMH Biennial Meeting at the University of Warwick, England.
b. 8-10 July 2011, International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID) Neglected Tropical
Diseases (NTD) 2011, Boston, Massachusetts USA.
c.
8-10 September 2010, Biennial Meeting of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and
Hygiene (RSTMH): Global Health Challenges 2010 and beyond held at Liverpool
University, England. Meeting registered for 12 CPD credits by RSTMH.
d. 1-6 November 2009, participant on 5th Pan-African Malaria Conference held in Nairobi,
Kenya.
e. November 2005, Participant on 4th MIM PAN-AFRICAN MALARIA CONFERENCE,
Yaounde, Cameroon.
18. Membership of Learned Societies
a. Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria (PPSN).
b. Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (RSTMH), UK
c. Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health,
(SOSEH), Nigeria.
d. International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID), USA.
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19. REFEREES
a. Professor O. C. Nwaorgu
Department of Parasitology and Entomology
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
b. Professor C. I. Eneanya
Department of Parasitology and Entomology
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
c. Professor C. A. Ekwunife
Department of Parasitology and Entomology
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
Dr Dennis Aribodor SS-1061
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