Mr. Edema Enogiomwan ImaleleDepartment
Zoology and Environmental BiologyDesignation
Mr Imalele Edema Enogiomwan is an Assistant Lecturer of the Department of Zoology and Environmental Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. He holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Parasitology (2016) and a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Animal and Environmental Biology (2010) from the University of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria. He is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Parasitology in the University of Calabar, under the supervision of Professor Ekanem I. Braide. His teaching and research interest include parasitology and Neglected Tropical Diseases. He was employed as a graduate assistant in University of Calabar in 2017 and upgraded to the rank of assistant lecturer in the same year. He is currently the Assistant Secretary of the Faculty Research and Linkages Committee, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Calabar. He is also currently working on the impact of mass drug administration on the prevalence of schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminthiases in school-age children in Ogoja Local Government Area, Cross River State.
|First School Leaving Certificate (FCLS)||Aunty Margaret International Nursery/Primary School Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria||1990||1998 delete_forever|
|Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE)||University of Calabar International Secondary School, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.||1999||2005 delete_forever|
|B.Sc. Animal and Environmental Biology||University of Benin, Benin City Edo State Nigeria.||2006||2010 delete_forever|
|M.Sc. Parasitology||University of Benin, Benin City Edo State Nigeria.||2012||2016 delete_forever|
|Usang, A.U., Imalele, E.E., Effanga, E.O., & Osondu-Anyanwu, C. (2020). Prevalence of human intestinal helminthic infections among school-age children in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Tropical Disease and Health, 41(9), 55-63.|
|Usang, A.U., Imalele, E.E., Effanga, E.O., & Osondu-Anyanwu, C. (2020). Prevalence and histopathological effects of fascioliasis in Cattle slaughtered in Ikot Eneobong abbattoir, Calabar, Nigeria. Microbiology Research Journal International, 30(5), 27-35.|
|Awharitoma, A.O., Idubor, V.O., & Imalele, E.E. (2020). Geo-helminth infections among school children in Ovbiogie and environ, Ovia North East Local Government Area, Edo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 41(2), 287-294.|
|Imalele, E.E., Ikponmwosa, O.E., Osondu-Anyanwu, C., & Akpan, B.C. (2020). Evaluation of vegetable contamination with medically important helminths and protozoans in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Biology and Biotechnology, 23(9), 10-16.|
|Imalele, E.E., Effanga, E.O., & Usang, A.U. (2019). Haemoparasitic infection and haematological indices of cattle slaughtered for sale in Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry, 4(4), 7-11.|
|Effanga E.O., & Imalele, E. E. (2018). Intestinal parasites and anaemia amongst adult patients attending a tertiary hospital in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Global Biosciences, 7(9), 5633 â€“ 5653.|
|Awharitoma, A.O., Imalele, E.E., Okoh, C. C., Edo-Taiwo O., & Aisien, M.O. (2015). Parasitofauna of reptiles from Southern Nigeria. 4th International Conference on Biodiversity, Las Vegas, 4(3), 68.|
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|Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigeria (PPSN) 43rd Conference, Port Harcourt, Rivers,||2019-09-17||2019-09-20|