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Mrs. Nneka Love Allison


Fisheries and Aquaculture


Assistant Lecturer


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About Mrs. Nneka Love Allison

Mrs. Allison Nneka Love was appointed a Lecturer at the University of Calabar in 2018. She holds a B.Sc. degree in Biology obtained from the Ebonyi State University and an M.Sc in Fisheries Biology obtained from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN). Mrs. Allison is a purpose-driven and result-oriented scholar with great zeal to enhancing teaching, learning, and academic advancement. In her department, she was the Supervisor of the SIWES program from 2018 to 2020 and is currently a departmental exam officer. She has been actively teaching and mentoring students and participating in research. She has published articles in peer-reviewed journals of repute and has attended conferences both local and international with paper presentations. Mrs. Allison is a member of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria, and Marine Atmosphere and Coastal Ocean Network. She is happily married with children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving CertificateCentral School Olido, Igbo Eze North :ocal Government Area, Enugu State, Nigeria19931998
Senior Secondary School CertificateCommunity High School Olido, Igbo Eze North Local Government Area, Enugu State, Nigeria19982003
B. Sc. Applied BiologyEbonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria20032007
M. Sc. Fisheries BiologyUniversity of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria20122014

S/N Publication
Ajah P.O,Ita B.O, & Allison N.L (2020)Characterization of Nematode Infestation on Parachanna obscura (Gunther, 1861) (Channidae) and Infection in the Blood. Aquaculture studies 20(1) 55-64
Godwin A. Otogo, Udeme I. Enin & N. L. Allison (2019). Possible impact of climate change on the structure and functions of the Cross river estuary, Nigeria. In: Asuquo, Francis E. (Editor) on Harnessing African Potentials for Sustainable Development, Calabar, Nigeria,1(1):135-146
Odo G, Agwu J.E, Iyaji F.O, & Allison N.L (2015) et al Mass production of rotifer (branchionus calicyflorus) for aquaculture in south-east Nigeria. International Journal of Fisheries and aquaculture 9: 151-159
Nwani C.D, Allison N.L, Oti E.E, & Oko A.A. (2009) Impact of liming and poultry droppings on some morphometric characteristics of Heterbranchus bidorsalis and clarias gariepinus reared in earthen ponds in Nigeria. Journal of Environmental and biological sciences 23(1):1-8

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
7TH U6+ Consortium of African Universities International Conference Theme: Harnessing Africa’s potentials in science, technology and humanities for sustainable development in Calabar, Nigeria2019-09-012019-09-06
Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project training course on Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation organized in conjunction Feed The Future program of the US governments’s Global hunger and food security initiative in Calabar Cross River state. 2019-09-112019-09-13