DR. JIMOH MULIKAT ABIOLA

DR.  JIMOH MULIKAT ABIOLA

LECTURER II

Biography

A. PERSONAL DATA:

Name:                                                        Dr.   Jimoh, Mulikat   Abiola.

Nationality:                                                Nigerian.

Marital Status:                                           Married.

Number of Children:                                 Three.

Next Of Kin:                                                Abdulquadir (Son).

Date of Assumption of Duty:                     7th March, 2011.

Status of First Appointment:                     Assistant Lecturer.

Present Status:                                           Lecturer II.

Date of Last Promotion:                             26th June, 2013.

Date of Confirmation of Appointment:      7th March, 2013.

Department/Unit:                                         Plant Sciences and Biotechnology.

 

B.  EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND WITH DATES:

·        Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike 2013, Ph.D in Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics.

·        Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike 2005, Master of Science in (Botany) Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics.

·        Ahmadu Bello University, Zaira, 1995 B.Sc. Botany Upper Division.

·        Oyo State College of Education 1991, National Certificate of Education (Now Osun State College of Education.

 

C. WORK   EXPERIENCE:

Teaching and Research Experience in MOUAU:

BIO 111; BIO 121; PSB 311; PSB 312; PSB 413; PSB 400; PSB 401; BOT 329

 

Working   Experience outside MOUA:

·        Special Assistant to the Executive Govt. of Abia-State               2004-2007

·        Member Muslim Pilgrimage Board Abia-State                             2011-date.

 

D. MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES/BODIES IN MOUAU.

·        Hall Warden.

·        Representative in College of Crop and Soil Sciences.

·        Member of College of Natural Sciences.

 

E. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

·        Botanical Society of Nigeria.

 

F. PUBLICATIONS:

1.     Alonge, S. O. and Salawu, M. A. (2001). Effect of imazaquin on the nitrate reductase activity and the Biochemical constituents of Soybean (Glycine max). Nigerian Journal of Weed Science, 14: 1-9

2.     Edeoga, H. O. and Jimoh, M. A. (2005).  Leaf epidermis of Hyptis suaveolena and   Ocimum gratissium Complex. Envt. And Ecology, 23(4):831-837.

3.     Ijeh, I. I., Edeoga, H. O., Jimoh, M. A. and Ejeke, C. (2007). Preliminary, phytochemical, nutritional and Toxicology studies of leaves and stem of Hyptis suaveolens. Research Journal of Pharmacology, 2:34-36.

4.     Jimoh, M. A., Edeoga, H. O. and Omosun, G. (2013). DNA Fingerprinting of Six   Senna   species and the taxonomic implication. International Journal of Advanced Research in Biotechnology.

5.     Jimoh, M. A., Edeoga, H. O. and Omosun, G. (2014). The antibacterial activity of ethanolic leaf extracts of six Senna spp. Pharmacy and Pharmacology Research Journal.

 

G. CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS/SEMINAR ATTENDED:

1.     Two-Day Regional Seminal on Resuscitation of Endangered Indigenous food and Medicinal Plants of South East 3rd – 4th May, 2012. In Enugu-State.

2.     21st Annual Conference of Botanical Society of Nigeria on Plants: Conserve to use, use to conserve, 3rd – 7th June, 2012 in OAU-Ife, Osun-State.

 

H. REFEREES:

Prof. Edeoga, H. O.

Past Vice- Chancellor

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.

Abia-State.

 

Dr. Omosun, G.

Head of Department, Plant Science and Biotechnology.

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.

Abia-State.

 

Dr. Omodamiro, O. D.

Department of Biochemistry.

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.

Abia-State.

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