Instructor name:

 

Shiferaw Alemu Alayachew

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

Wolkite

Cell phone number:

+251911982167

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

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 Mr. Shiferaw was received his first degree in Biology in 2005 and second degree in Applied Genetics in 2015 from Dilla University and Addis Ababa University, respectively. Since 2005, he has been working as a teacher and laboratory technician at preparatory school, Addis Ababa and very recently as a lecturer and researcher at Wolkite University. He has been delivering various courses of Biology such as molecular biology, principles of genetics, cell biology, evolution, Fundamental Biotechnology and Biochemistry. He has participated and benefited from core training such as ‘Basic Bioinformatics, Techniques in Molecular Biology And LAMP’ organized by Ethiopian Biotechnology Institute and Institute of Biotechnology, Addis Ababa University; in collaboration with University of Calgary, Canada, training on “Design And Analysis of Experiments, Publication of Papers on Scientific Journals” delivered by Prof. Tessema Astatkie, Dalhousie University, Canada and training on “Academic Program Quality Audit” organized by Wolkite University in 2016. He has been actively involved in various extracurricular activities like community service at Wolkite University and prepared “Self Document Evaluation” of Biology department, Wolkite University. Currently, he is serving as Head of Department of Biology, Wolkite University. He also published his research outcome on African journal of biotechnology and reviewed manuscripts for African Journal of Biotechnology.

Research interest

no

Research area

Detail explanation

1

Genetics &Molecular biology, Biotechnology & Biochemistry

Genetic marker based genetic resource evaluation and conservation of crops of Ethiopian/Eastern African origin; improvement of underutilized and orphan crops for food and nutritional security in Ethiopia; molecular systematic and evolution of plants detection and assessment of molecular genetic variation in crops and native plants; Applications of genetic markers to assist population genetics, conservation and breeding of crops; genomics and genetic improvements of important food security crops in Ethiopian agriculture systems i.e. yield, quality, pest resistance, drought tolerance, acid soil tolerance/Al toxicity tolerance, salt tolerance screening or other aspects;

 Article/journal/book/chapter publication

no

Article/journal/book/chapter name  

Web Link

 

 

1

African journal of biotechnology

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316335819_Genetic_diversity_of_Ethiopian_emmer_wheat_

Triticum_dicoccum_Schrank_landraces_using_seed_storage_

proteins_markers?_

 Ongoing research /community work/project

no

Ongoing  research /community/project name

Detail explanation (maximum 50 word )

Working area and finishes date

Remark

1

Genetic diversity of Ethiopian hot peppers cultivars using ISSR markers

In this study, PCR based Inter simple sequence repeats (ISSR)  molecular markers were used to analyze genetic diversity and relationships among 73 peppers (Capsicum species) accessions originating from eight geographical regions of Ethiopia. The highest diversity was obtained from Amhara1.

Completed and on review for publication

 

2

Selection & Screenings of Ethiopian Hot Pepper (Capsicum Species) Cultivars for Salt Tolerance

 

Selection and identification of the salt tolerant cultivars / varieties would therefore be of immense value for agriculture indicating which variety has to expand to which region of the country. To best of our knowledge there were no any previous salinity related work conducted on Ethiopian hot peppers cultivars both in in vitro and ex vitro condition. In present study, salinity tolerance of the selected cultivars of sesame was assessed in green houses using NaCl as a potential salt since saline soil is mostly dominated by sodium and chloride ions.

 

 

 

At wolkite university and on June, 2018.

 

 3

Genetic Variability and Character Associations in Some Bread Wheat Genotypes (Triticum aestivum L.) at Gurage Zone, Ethiopia

 

Considering the importance of genetic variability is a basic breeding tool for improvement. This study will be conducted to evaluate the genetic advance and selection of suitable diverse parents for yield and yield-related traits in future breeding program.

 

On February, 2018

 

Instructor Name:   Demelash Sime Geleta

College: Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:   Biology

Instructor photo            Address:                                                                                                                     

                            Cell phone number: +251964494800

Institution:    Wolkite University

Institutional email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

      Instructor biography:

My name is Demelash Sime and I was born on June 12 of 1981 E.C in Arsi Zone, Oromia, Ethiopia.  I attended my formal education at different schools which found in Oromia regional state. I completed the preparatory school education in 2000E.C.  Then, I joined Dilla University in 2001E.C and after three year first degree program; I got my BSc degree in Biology from Dilla University on July 3/ 2003 E.C. Then, after three year, I went back to postgraduate program and joined Jimma University,Department of Biology, Zoological Science Stream in 2006 E.C and I specializedwith “Ecological and Systematic Zoology’’. Therefore, I got my MSc Degree from Jimma University on Oct, 29/2008E.C.I have been working in Wolkite University since 2009 E.C. as Lecturer in Biology department at College of Natural and Computational Science.

      Research interest:-

No.

Research interest area

Detail explanation

1

Biodiversity Conservation issue

 

2

Natural Resource Management study

 

3

Animal Ecology, Diversity and Distribution study

 

4

Wildlife, National Park and protected area study

 

 Article/journal/book/chapter publication

No

Article/journal/book/chapter publication

Web link

1

 

 

2

 

 

3

 

 

NB. I do have ongoing research publication on Academic Journal (i.e. International Journal of
       Biodiversity and Conservation). 

      Ongoing research/community work/project

No

Ongoing research/community/project

Detail explanation

Working area

Remark

1

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

Instructor’s name: Zemedkun Siraj

College: Natural and Computational Sciences

Department: Biology

Instructor photo          Address:

                                  Mobile: 0917833694                                                                          

                                Institution: Wolkite University

                                 Institutional mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

   Instructor’s biography:

 I was born, grown up and attended formal school up to grade twelve in Jimma. I graduated my B.Sc. degree in biology from AAU in 1997 E.C. and master’s degree in ecological and systematic zoology specialization from Jimma University (JU) in 2007E.C. I have worked for ten solid years at preparatory school teaching biology. I joined higher education institution as instructor since 2008E.C. in Woldia University. During my stay in Woldia University, I have offered the following courses: Invertebrate Zoology (Biol 2031), Vertebrate Zoology (Biol 2034), General entomology (Biol 2032), Principles of Ecology (Biol 2051), PGDT 421 and PGDT 432. But now, I am working in Wolkite University (WKU), department of biology.

 Research interest:

I am interested in researches related to ecology, wildlife, animal behavior, biodiversity as well as conservation

 

 

Instructor name:

 

Destaw Mullualem

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

Wolkite

Cell phone number:

+251918311944

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

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Instructor biography:

 Mr. Destaw was received his first degree in Biology in 2011 and second degree in Applied Genetics in 2014 from Debre Berhan University and Harmaya University, respectively. Since 2015, he has been working as lecturer and researcher at Wolkite University.

Research interest

no

Research area

Detail explanation

1

Genetics, Molecular biology & Biotechnology

Genetic marker based genetic resource evaluation and conservation of crops of Ethiopian/Eastern African origin; improvement of underutilized and orphan crops for food and nutritional security in Ethiopia; molecular systematic and evolution of plants detection and assessment of molecular genetic variation in crops and native plants; Applications of genetic markers to assist population genetics, conservation and breeding of crops; genomics and genetic improvements of important food security crops in Ethiopian agriculture systems i.e. yield, quality, pest resistance, drought tolerance, acid soil tolerance/Al toxicity tolerance, salt tolerance screening or other aspects;

 Ongoing research /community work/project

no

Ongoing  research /community/project name

Detail explanation

Working area and finishes date

Remark

1

Genetic diversity of Ethiopian hot peppers cultivars using ISSR markers

In this study, PCR based Inter simple sequence repeats (ISSR)  molecular markers were used to analyze genetic diversity and relationships among 73 peppers (Capsicum species) accessions originating from eight geographical regions of Ethiopia. The highest diversity was obtained from Amhara1.

Completed and on review for publication

 

2

Selection & Screenings of Ethiopian Hot Pepper (Capsicum Species) Cultivars for Salt Tolerance

 

Selection and identification of the salt tolerant cultivars / varieties would therefore be of immense value for agriculture indicating which variety has to expand to which region of the country. To best of our knowledge there were no any previous salinity related work conducted on Ethiopian hot peppers cultivars both in in vitro and ex vitro condition. In present study, salinity tolerance of the selected cultivars of sesame was assessed in green houses using NaCl as a potential salt since saline soil is mostly dominated by sodium and chloride ions.

 

 

 

At wolkite university and on June, 2018.

 

 3

Genetic Variability and Character Associations in Some Bread Wheat Genotypes (Triticum aestivum L.) at Gurage Zone, Ethiopia

 

Considering the importance of genetic variability is a basic breeding tool for improvement. This study will be conducted to evaluate the genetic advance and selection of suitable diverse parents for yield and yelid-related traits in future breeding program.

 

On February, 2018

 

Instructor name:

Zerihun Jida Buta

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology/ Applied Genetics

Address:

 

 Cell phone number:

0912155760

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

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      Instructor biography: -  

I was born in 1975 E.C. in Arsi Zone Munessa District, Ego 01 kebele and complete Elementary (1-8) at Ego Legedena and high school (9-10) at Chilalo Terara and preparatory (11-12) at Asella Comprehensive School. B.Sc at Ambo University and MSc at Haramaya University.

      Research interest:-

no

Research area

Detail explanation (maximum 50 word )

2

 

 

3

 

 

3

 

 

      Article/journal/book/chapter publication

no

Article/journal/book/chapter name  

Web Link

1

 

 

2

 

 

3

 

 

 

      Ongoing research /community work/project

no

Ongoing  research /community/project name

 

Detail explanation (maximum 50 word )

Working area and finishes  date

Remark

1

 

Genetic Diversity Among Elite Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.) Varieties Of Ethiopia Based On Inter Simple Sequence Repeat Markers

 

 

2

 

Genetic Diversity Of Quantitative Traits In Ethiopian Elite Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum  L.) Varieties

 

 

Instructor name:

Dagne Abebe Woldegebriel

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

 

Cell phone number:

+251910321654

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

dagne.abebe@wku.edu.et

 Biography:

Dagne studied biology for his BSc. and botany for his MSc. in Dilla University Ethiopia. He is currently teaching and conducting research on environment, ecology and climate change.

Research Interest

To be researcher on environmental, ecological, ethnobotanical and climatic issues.

Article /Journal/Book/Chapter Publication

  1. Floristic composition and structure of Zerat forest central Ethiopia(2016).American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS) Volume 18, No 1, pp 326-342.http:// asrjetsjournal.org/ 
  2. The impact of elevation and disturbance on plant communities of zeratforest  central Ethiopia(2016).International Journal of Advanced Research and Development.Volume 1; Issue 12; Page No. 17-22. www.advancedjournal.com.

Ongoing Research /Project/

  1. Use and Management of Traditional Medicinal Plants By IndigenousPeople of Yeki District South West Ethiopia.
  2. Ethno Botanical Study of Medicinal Plants and Associated Indigenous Knowledge among Shekicho People, Southwest Ethiopia.
  3. Ethno Botanical Study, Phytochemical Screening and Clinical Test of Traditional Medicinal Plants Used by Sheka, Bench Maji and Keffa People, Southern Nations, Nationalities and People Regional State, Ethiopia

Instructor Name:

Behailu BizuayehuGojam

  College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

Wolkite, Ethiopia

Cell phone number:

+251917101863

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

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Specialization

MSc. in Botanical Science

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructor biography:-

Mr. Behailu Bizuayehu Gojam was graduated BSc degree in Applied Biology (Microbiology and Parasitology) from Ambo University. He got an opportunity to join MSc program at Dilla University, College of Natural and Computational science, Department of Biology and he was graduated in Botanical Sciencesince 2011 G.C. He joins as Lecturer at Wolkite University (Ethiopia), College of Natural and computation Science, Biology Program since 2011 G.C to till now.  His research areas of interests’ are Vegetation ecology, Ethnobotany, Phytochemical analysis of selected medicinal plants etc.

      Research interest:-

S.No

Research area

Detail explanation (maximum 50 word )

1

Ethnobotany

It focuses the role of indigenous peoples on the utilization as well as the conservation of medicinal plants in a particular ethnicity. Ethnobotanical study also essential for phytochemical screening of bioactive compounds that have antimicrobial, antifungal and antimalarial activities.

2

Vegetation ecology

It focuses the floristic composition , Vegetation structure,

3

Phytochemical screening

Isolation and characterization of bioactive compounds from selected medicinal plants in different parts of the country

 

      Article/journal/book/chapter publication

S.No

Article/journal/book/chapter name  

Web Link

1

Ethnobotanicalvalue of medicinal plant diversity in Chehadsitricts, Gurage Zone, SNNPRs

http://www.academicjournals.org/journal/JMPR/article-abstract/13BECD065387

2

Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of Hageniaabayssinica

http://oaji.net/pdf.html?n=2016/1495-1477288207.pdf

 

      Ongoing research /community work/project

S. No

Ongoing  research /community/project name

Detail explanation (maximum 50 word )

Working area and finished date

Remark

1

Ethnobotanical value of medicinal plant diversity in Yewetet- Yewezera and Amba Natural Forest, Ezha district, Gurage Zone

This study was aimed to document information on the use, conservation and threats to medicinal plants in Yewezera and Amba Natural Forest, Ezha district,Guraghe Zone, Southern Ethiopia.

 

 

2

Review on Ethnobotanical study of Medicinal plants used for the treatment of Gonorrhea Problem in Ethiopia: Trends and Perspectives

This work reviews literature on ethnobotanical knowledge of medicinal plants used for the management of gonorrhea problem in Ethiopia. Published and unpublished ethno botanical studies meeting specific inclusion criteria were used to assess the ethno botanical study of medicinal plants used for the treatment of gonorrhea in Ethiopia.

 

 

 

Instructor name: Fikadu Legesse 

College: Natural and Computational Sciences Department: Biology

Address: Wolkite Town

Instructor photo

                              Institution: Wolkite University  

      Institutional mail:     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Instructor biography:   

He graduated from Addis Ababa University, Science Faculty and awarded B.Sc. degree in Biology in 2oo4 G.C.  He also obtained M.Sc. in Biomedical Sciences from Addis Ababa University, Science Faculty in 2009 G.C.  He began his career at GBCTE. In the college, he has been a lecturer under the stream of natural science in the department of Biology offering different Biology courses to students of various streams. Besides to his teaching career, in the college, he has been also performing further activities which are related to research and community services. In the middle of his teaching service at Gilgel Beles college, he had a five months as a researcher in Ethiopian Nutrition and Health Research Institute (ENHRI) under the department of drug research.  In the college, he also held various positions .To mention few, he was the head of Biology and Chemistry department (served for 2 years), Cluster Coordinating Unit of the College (served 2 years), HIV/AIDS focal person of the college (served for 3 Years), and side by side he was also the member of the academic commission and management committee in the college.  

Currently he is working as lecturer of Biomedical Sciences at Wolkite University, College of Natural and Computational Science, Department of Biology. Besides to his teaching career, he has been also performing further activities which are related to research and community services. Moreover, he also prepared considerable teaching material as per the standard of the higher institutions in the country.

 Research interest:-

no

Research area

Detail explanation

1

Malaria

Research activities related to malaria prevention and control

 

2

Neglected Tropical  Diseases

Research activities related  to prevention and control of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)

 

3

Chronic Diseases

Research on chronic diseases

 

      Article/journal/book/chapter publication

no

Article/journal/book/chapter name  

Web Link

1

Text book of integrated Science for grade 5

 

Benishangul Region Education Brue.

 

2

Text book of  environmental science for grade 3

Benishangul Region Education Brue.

 

3

 

 

 

      Ongoing research /community work/project

no

Ongoing  research /community/project name

 

Detail explanation

Working area and finishes d date

Remark

1

Research on intestinal Helminths

Conducting a research on current status of NTDs in the Gurage Zone

 

Gurage Zone-2011

 

2

 Tutoring high school students

 

Involving in tutoring high school students found around Wolkite University

 

Gurage Zone-not determined

 

3

Outreach programs and in-service programs

 

Participating in Outreach  & in-service programs

 

Gurage Zone

 

Instructor name:

 mulen alemseged

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

 

Cell phone n.:

+251928675693

Institution

 

Institutional mail:

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 Instructor biography: - 

      Muley Alemseged was born January 17 of 1987 G.C in Shire, Tigrai, Ethiopia. He attended his formal education at different schools which found in Tigrai regional state. He completed the preparatory school education in 2008 G.C.  Then, he joined Wollega University, Department of Biology in 2008 E.C; after three year first degree program he got his BSc Degree in Biology from Wollega University on July 20/ 2010 G.C. He directly Joined postgraduate program at Hawassa University, Department of Biology, Microbiological Science Stream in September 2010 G.C and he specialized with the field “Microbiology’. After two year and half, he got his MSc Degree from Hawassa University on November, 19/2012 G.C.  He  joined Wolkite University in November 2012 G.C, Since then he is working at Wolkite University as Lecturer in Biology department at College of Natural and Computational Science.

    Research interest:-

no

Research area

Detail explanation

1

Microbiological quality and safety of food

It focuses on protecting food from microbial contamination and spoilage.

2

Antibiotic production

Production of alternative  antibiotics

      Article/journal/book/chapter publication

no

Article/journal/book/chapter name  

Web Link

1

Prevalence  and Associated  Risk  Factors  of  Opportunistic  Intestinal  Parasites  among

HIV Positive and Negative Individuals in South Ethiopia: A Case Control  Study. BAOJ Hiv 1: 001.

Bioaccent journals

 

 

      Ongoing research /community work/project

No

Ongoing  research /community/project name

 

Detail explanation (maximum 50 word )

Working area and finishes d date

Remark

1

prevalence of malaria and intestinal helminthes co-infection among patients attending in Wolkite health center and Attat hospital during the study period.

 

It focuses on relationship of malaria and another helminthes and their effect to the host 

Wolkite

 

2

Antimicrobial activity garlic and honey extracts against respiratory tract infection causing microbes

Traditional local communities use traditional antibiotics to cure respiratory infection so this experiment is to prove scientifically. 

Wolkite

 

Instructor name:

Belachew Garedew Atamre

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

Wolkite, Ethiopia

Cell phone number:

+251912760128

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

belachew.garedew@wku.edu.et

 Biography:

I completed my elementary educational level from grade 1-12 from North Shewa, Amhara Region. These were Lij Seyoum G/Hiwot school (from 1984-1991 E.C) and high and preparatory school in Arbegnoch and Hailemariam Mamo school respectively (1993-1996 E.C). I graduated my first degree in Biology from Jimma University (1997-1999 E.C.) and MSc.  in Botanical Science (2003- 2004 E.C). I have teaching experienced in biology department in Mizan-Tepi University from 2000 to mid of 2009 and since this time I have been teaching in Wolkite University.

  Research interest:

  1. Ethnobotany
  2. Medicinal plants
  3. Biodiversity
  4. Conservation of biodiversity
  5. Root and tuber crops

Ë Published Articles

 

Article name

Web link

  1.  

Indigenous Knowledge of Enset (Ensete ventricosum

(Welw.) Cheesman) Cultivation and Management Practice by Shekicho People, Southwest Ethiopia

http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/jps

  1.  

Distribution, Diversity and Potential Production of Yams (Dioscorea spp.) in Sheko District, Southwest Ethiopia

http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/ajls

 Ongoing research

 

Name of Research and Project

Area and year

Remark

  1.  

Ethno botany Study of Medicinal Plants and Associated Indigenous Knowledge among Shekicho People, Southwest Ethiopia

Sheka Zone, 2017

Research

  1.  

Ethnobotanical Survey of Taro (Colocasia esculenta) in Bench Ethnic Group, Bench Maji Zone, Ethiopia

Bench Maji Zone, 2015/2016

Research

  1.  

Major Constraints of Enset (Ensete ventricosum) and Traditional Management System in Masha District, Southwest Ethiopia

Sheka zone, 2016

Research

  1.  

Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation through Rehabilitation of Degraded Areas and Urban Beautification (Arboriculture) in Southwest Ethiopia’

Mizan-Tepi University, 2016

Project

  1.  

A Review on Ethnobotanical Study of Traditional Medicinal Plants Used for Treatment of Liver Problems in Ethiopia

Ethiopia, September 2017

Review

 Instructor name:

Ashenafi Teklemariam Tegegn

College:

Natural and Computational Sciences

Department:

Biology

Address:

 

 Cell phone number:

+251910014312

Institution

Wolkite University

Institutional mail:

ashenafi.teklemariam@wku.edu.et

Biography:

I have completed my education levels from Boole elementary school (1988-1994 E.C), Ada'a Model high school (1995-1996 E.C) and Bishoftu preparatory school (1997-1998 E.C).  Then I joined Bahir-Dar University in 1999 E.C for first degree program and graduated in 2001 with Biology in education degree (BEd.) (1999-2001 E.C.) and then got MSc. degree in Zoological Science from Mekelle University (2002-2003 E.C). Since 2004 E.C, I have been working in Wolkite University, department of biology as instructor.

Research interest:

Area of interest

Description

  1. Tropical neglected parasitology

Current status of topical neglected parasites, prevention and eradication mechanism, host-parasite association, treatment mechanisms, vaccine development, vector control

  1. Biodiversity

Varieties of lives focusing on animal diversity, distribution, abundance, identifying threats of biological diversity

  1. Conservation biology, wildlife management and eco-tourism

Importance of conservation and management system of animals in relation to other organisms, role of local community in conserving biological diversity, effective wildlife management strategies, relationship between wildlife and eco-tourism

  1. Pest management

Identifying major pests, their impacts, effective control mechanisms, adopting indigenous pest management practices for maintaining food security

 Published Articles:

 

Article name

Web link

  1.  

Infection prevalence of Intestinal helminthes and associated risk factors among school children in selected Kebelles of Enderta district, Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

http://www.academicjournals.org/JPVB

 Article to be published

 

Name of Research  

Area and year

Remark

  1.  

Malaria-intestinal helminthes infection among patients of Attat Hospital and Wolkite Health Center, Gurage Zone, Southern Ethiopia

Gurage Zones, 2016

Manuscript submitted   for publication

  1.  

Examination of Intestinal Parasites of Public Health Importance from External and Internal Body of Cockroaches in Wolkite Town, Southwestern Ethiopia

Wolkite, Gurage Zone, 2016

Manuscript submitted   for publication

 Instructor’s name: Zelalem Teffera Gebissa 

College: Natural and Computational Sciences                                         

Department:   Biology

Address:  Cell phone number: +251913971966

                        Institution: Wolkite University

                Institutional email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Instructor’s biography:-

My name is Zelalem Teffera Gebissa and I was born on October 7 of 1977 E.C in Akaki-Kality sub city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.  I attended grades 1-12 at different schools. I completed the preparatory school education in 1996 E.C.  Then, I enrolled into Addis Ababa University in 1997 E.C. After attending three years of education, I was graduated in Applied Biology with BSc degree in 1999 E.C. Then after, I have started my MSc specialization in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences stream immediately in 2000 E.C in the same university. I have finished it after about one and half year breakup in 2004 E.C. I have been doing research for one year and teaching in private school for two years from 2005 E.C up to 2007 E.C. I have been working in Wolkite University since 2008 E.C. as Lecturer in Biology department at College of Natural and Computational Sciences.

      Research interest:-

No.

Research interest area

Detail explanation

1

Waters of Ethiopia

The lists of Ethiopian rivers and lakes with their potential uses

2

Aquatic resources of Ethiopia

Phytoplankton, zooplankton, different fauna, and the diversity of commercially important fishes of Ethiopia

3

Pollution status of the water bodies of Ethiopia

The chemical, biological, and physical water quality analysis of the waters of Ethiopia

3

Utilization of the aquatic resources of Ethiopia

Tourism, hydroelectric, fisheries activities and marketing, establishment and maintenance of aquaculture, management of fisheries resources and their sustainable exploitation

      Article/journal/book/chapter publication

No

Article/journal/book/chapter publication

Web link

1

Ecological succession and its impact on malaria vectors and their predators in borrow pits in western Ethiopia

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/25424271/

NB. I do have ongoing research publication on Academic Journal (i.e. Ethiopian Journal of
       Biological Sciences).  I have no ongoing research, community work and project.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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