Prof. Mbeh Ubana Eteng
Professor of Clinical Biochemistry, Toxicology and Pharmocognosy.
Herbal therapies used in treatment of typhoid infection, malaia (their prophylactic and therapeutic benefits compared with synthetic pharmaceuticals. Reproductive toxicity of heavy metals (cadmium, lead etc) anti-bacterial and amelioration of their toxicity with natural antioxidants and Vitamins.
Dr. Peter C. Okafor
Senior Lecturer / Physical Chemist
His research efforts is focused on understanding the mechanism, inhibition and modeling of corrosion processes, and environmental pollution as it relates to corrosion.
- Electrochemical investigation, molecular dynamics simulations and quantum chemical evaluation of novel imidazoline derivatives on pipeline steel in CO2 saturated systems
- Extraction, isolation, characterization and application of phytochemicals as environmental friendly corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in different aggressive environments
- Experimental and quantum chemical calculations for the corrosion inhibition of mild steel in acidic solutions by some derivatives of amino acids
- Investigation of the adsorption characteristics of some waste products for heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions