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Name

Mr. Alain Simon Inah

Department

Public Health

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Alain Simon Inah

Mr Alain Simon Inah joined the services of University of Calabar in 2015 as Technologist II. In 2017, his appointment was converted to Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Public Health, Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria. He holds a M.PH degree with specialisation in Environmental Health obtained from the University of Calabar in 2017, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education obtained from Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto in 2012 and a B.Sc. degree in Biochemistry from Cross River University of Technology., Calabar in 2006.Mr Inah has been teaching, researching, mentoring and therefore contributes to the graduation of students in the University. He has successfully published six articles in reputable local and international journals. He has attended one conference where he made presentation.He is a member, Environmental Health Scientists Association, Nigeria and member, Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria. He is married with children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCPresbyterian Primary School, Tombel19881994
SSCEAgbo Comprehensive Secondary School, Egboronyi, Abi19942000
B.Sc BiochemistryCross River University of Technology, Calabar20022006
PGDEUsmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto20112012
M.PH Environment HealthUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20132017

S/N Publication
Inde, M. U., Eko, J. E., Inah, S. A. & Eyo, P. I. (2019). Assessment of Disease Morbidity Pattern and Health Care Seeking Behaviour among the Elderly in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health, 36 (4), 1-10.
Inah, S. A., Uwadiegwu, Z., Eko, J. E. & Inah, J. A. (2017). Environmental Sanitation Practices on Malaria Control and Prevention in Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Medicine and Health, 6 (2), 1-12.
Inah, S. A., Ejemot-Nwadiaro, R., Inah, J. A. & Eko, J. E. (2017). Prevalence of Malaria among Pregnant Women and Children Under Five Years in Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Medicine and Health, 7 (1), 1-7.
Inah, S. A., Eko, J. E., Uwadiegwu, Z. & Inah, J. A. (2017). Knowledge of Malaria among Adult Residents in Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Research in Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1 (1), 1 - 9.
Utu-Baku, A. B.,Obochi, G. O.,Inah, S. A., Atangwho, J. I.,Ugian, E. A., J.O. Ogbeche, J. O., Idenyi, J. N. & Ukeh, D. A. (2009). The Influence of Alcohol Kolanut Constituents on Liver Aspartate Amino Transferase and Alanine Amino Transferase Enzyme Activities on Albino Wistar Rats. International Journal of Biological Chemistry, 3:25 - 29.
Utu-Baku, A. B., Obochi, G. O., Inah, S. A., Atangwho, J. I., Ugian, E. A., Ogbeche, J. O., Idenyi, J. N., Ukeh, D. A., Abulude, F. O., Adeyeye, E. I., Ayejuyo, O. O., Allan, G., James, A., Aloe, L., Lannitelli, A., Angelluci, F., Bersani, G., Fiore, M., Bladder, P., Strable, U., Bosque, M. A., Domingo, J. L., Corbella, J., Danbolt, N. C., Eteng, M. U., Eyong, E. U., Akpanyong, E. O., Agiang, M. A., Aremu, C. Y., Gibson, I. C., Berger, A. J., Israel, D., John, B. H., Lieber, C. S., Osim, E. E., Udia, P. N., Palmer, J. N., Patel, T., Roberts, L. R., Jones, B. A., Gores, G. J., Reitman, S., Frankel, S., Schafer, G. L., Crabber, J. C., Wiver, K. M., Sokol, R. J. & Treem, W. (2004). The Influence of Nutritional Statues on some Biochemical and Toxicological Indices in Ivermectin (Mectizan) Treated Rats and Guinea Pigs. International Journal of Biological Chemistry, 3 (1),11 - 16.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Specialized Course on Biosafety and Biosecurity as part of the 6th Annual Conference on Environmental Health Sciences, held at FUTO, Owerri, Organized by Environmental Health Scientists Association, Nigeria (EHSAN), and Supported by Centre for Diseas2018-11-192018-11-24