Name

Dejene Zinabu Grea

 

Designation

           Chief lab Assistance 

Educational Qualification

 

M.Sc.

Area of Specializations

Biotechnology

Mobile

+251928994058

Email

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Research Interest

Agricultural Biotechnology, Plant tissue culture, Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics

 

Publication

      I have two article on publishing on Ensete ventricosum micro propagation

 

 

Ongoing Project

  • Micro propagation of Early maturing and endangered medicinally important enset cultivars for distributing for Guraghe zone farmers   
  • Establishment of effective invitro propagation protocol for rapid micropropagation of selected and adapted apple root stocks and scions via nodal culture, in Gurage zone, Ethiopia.
  • Analysis and Comparasion of Essential, Non-essential Nutrient in common food barley and its Yield Grown by Vermicompost and Inorganic Fertilizer in Esia Woreda in case of Gurage Zone
  • Isolation, Biochemical Characterisation and Molecular Identification of Bacterial wilt Disease causing Xanthomonas spp. from Gurage zone enset sample

 

 

Name

Getu Hailu W/yohannes

 

Designation

             Lecturer

Educational Qualification

 

               M.Sc.

Experience in teaching and research

          

 1 year

Area of Specializations

Biotechnology

Mobile

+251913053637

Email

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Research Interest

Agricultural Biotechnology, Industrial biotechnology and Environmental Biotechnology

 

 

Ongoing Project

  • Optimization of protocol for Micro propagation of Yam (Dioscorea spp.) of Enemor, Gurage Zone

 

Name

Flagot Mola Menesha

 

Designation

Lecturer

Biography

Graduated BSc in Biotechnology from university of Gondar in 2013 G.C, completed MSc in general biotechnology from same university in 2017 and joined Wolkite University in 2017

Educational Qualification

 

                                          M.Sc.

Experience in teaching and research

 

                                              1 year

Area of Specializations

Biotechnology

Mobile

+251931506189

Email

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Research Interest

Molecular biology, Bioinformatics , Immunotechnology and medical biotechnology

Ongoing Project

  • Xantomonas spp .identification with molecular approach characteristics

 

Name

      Abreham Ayele Gute

 

 

Designation

                  Technical Laboratory Assistant

Educational Qualification

 

       B.Sc.

Experience in teaching and research

 

      2 years

Area of Specialization

      Biology

Mobile

     +251928747081

Email

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Research Interest

Medical Biotechnology, Agricultural Biotechnology and Molecular Biology

 

 

Ongoing Project

  • Micro propagation of early maturing and medicinally important inset cultivars for distributing Gurage zone farmers.
  • In-vitro evaluation of Anti- bacterial activities and photochemical Analysis of root and leaves extracts of Cucumis ficifolius against staphylococcus aureus and neisseria gonorrhoeae.

 

 

Instructor name:

Belay Tilahun Tadesse

 

 College:

Natural and computational sciences

Department:

Biotechnology

Cell phone

+251-967-31-51-32

+251-912-70-09-18

Institution:

Wolkite University

Institutional Mail:

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Instructor Biography

 


Mr. Belay Tilahun graduated BSc. In Biotechnology from university of Gondar in 2011. He has worked at Ethiopian Institute of Biodiversity in 2012 up to 2014. He has join Wolkite university since 2014 onwards. He has graduated MSc. In biotechnology from institute of biotechnology, Addis Ababa University in 2017.

 

Research interest: -

no

Research area

  1.  

System Biology and Bioinformatics

  1.  

Molecular Biotechnology and Enzyme Technology

  Publication

 

Gizaw, B., Tsegay, Z., Tilahun, B., 2016. Isolation and characterization of yeast species from Ensete ventricosum product; Kocho and Bulla collected from Angacha district. International Journal of Advanced biological and biomedical Research, 5(1), 245-251

 


Name

Yohannes Besufekad Setotaw

 

Designation

Lecturer

Educational Qualification

M.Sc.

Experience in teaching and research

 

4 years

Area of Specializations

Biotechnology

Mobile

+251910064185

Email

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Instructor biography

Mr. Yohannes Besufekad has joined the department of Biotechnology, Wolkite University, since 2013; Has been managing the department for the last three years (2013-2016) and was part of the institutional strategy plan developing team in Wolkite University. He did his MSc in Jimma University, in Plant Biotechnology. He also attended workshops on biotechnology, genomics and bioinformatics held at Abuja-Nigeria and Nairobi-Kenya in the past years.  

Research Interest

Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Genomics and Bioinformatics

 

 

Publication

1.   Yohannes Besufekad, Pandian Malayarsa (2017) Production of monoclonal antibodies in transgenic plants. Jounal of Advances in Biology and Biotechnology.12:1-8.

2.   Abreham Bekele, Yohannes Besufekad, Samuel Adugna, Degsew Yinur (2017) Screening of selected accessions of Ethiopian sesame (Sesame indicum L.) for salt tolerance. Journal of Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology. 9: 82-94.

3.   Yohannes Besufekad, Kassahun Besufekad (2013) Evaluation and Association Mapping for Drought Tolerance in Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench]. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research. 13:5.

 

 

Ongoing community service project

Mushroom production training for selected unemployed youth and farmers of selected Gurage Zone, market assessment and linkage initiation” Since Dec- 2016

 

Ongoing research project

Development and Promotion of Starter Cultures for Enset Fermentation

 


Name

             Getaw Abera Zewdu

 

Designation

Lectu                Lecturer

Educational Qualification

             M.Sc.

Experience in teaching and research

            4 years

Area of Specializations

            Biotechnology 

Mobile

+251918301233

Email

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Research Interest

Agricultural Biotechnology, Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering

 

 

Publication

·         Musin Kelel1, Getaw Abera2, Agerie Yisma2, Bitweded Molla, Niku Gebre2, Tigist Adugna2 and Gary Wessel3,  (2014). Isolation of phosphate solubilizing bacteria from acacia tree rhizophere soil, J. Microbiol. Biotech. Res.,  4 (5):9-13

 

 

Name

 Yirgashewa Asfere Wuhibe

 

Biography

I have joined in the department of Biotechnology, Wolkite University, Ethiopia since 2016.

Designation

 Lectu     Lecturer

Educational Qualification

 

   M.Sc.

Area of Specializations

     Biotechnology

Mobile

+251946425758/ +251910184838

Email

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Research Interest

Agricultural Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Tissue culture, Environmental Biotechnology, Medicinal plants and Food security and sustainable development( in Mushroom production and Aquaculture)

 

 

Publication

 In-vitro Evaluation of Anti- bacterial Activities and photochemical Analysis of Root and Leaves extracts of Cucumis ficifolius Against Staphylococcus aureus and Neisseria gonorrhoeae.

In Vitro Antimicrobial Activities of Sodom Apple Calotropis Procera(Ait)and Bitter Leaf Vernonia Amygdalina (Del.) Extracts Against Some Medically Important Pathogenic Bacteria.

 

      

 

 

Ongoing Project


 

 

 

Name

                       Eyob Kassaye Wolella

 

Biography

I have joined in Goffa industrial TVET Collage as urban Agriculture and Municipality Instructor, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia since 2013. After March 1, 2013 till today, I am working in the department of Biotechnology, Wolkite University, Ethiopia. I did MSc in Biotechnology from University of Gondar, Gondar, Ethiopia in 2015.  I have got different certificates and awards at national and international level.  I have reviewed different research paper at national level for granting and validation and international level for publication and I am reviewer for journal of Biotec Research.

Designation

                                  Head of Biotechnology

Educational Qualification

 

                             M.Sc.

Experience in teaching and research

 

                           5 years

Area of Specializations

                           Biotechnology

Mobile

+251967440629

Email

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Research Interest

Agricultural Biotechnology, Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics

 

 

Publication

      Eyob Kassaye and Berhanu Dagnaw, (2015). In vitro optimization of the protocol for micropropagation of plum (prunus salicina L. var. Methley) using nodal segments. Biotechnology international, 8(4):137-148.

      Eyob Kassaye Wolella, (2017). Surface sterilization and in vitro propagation of Prunus domestica L. cv. Stanley using axillary buds as explants. Journal of Biotech Research, 8:18-26.

 

 

Ongoing Project

      Establishment of effective invitro propagation protocol for rapid micropropagation of selected and adapted apple root stocks and scions via nodal culture, in Gurage zone, Ethiopia.

      Molecular Marker As a potential Tool for Apple fruit breeding improvement.

 

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