Collaborations

Prof. Ogi Okwumabua’s visit to the Department of Biological Sciences.

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Prof. Okwumabua is a visiting Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences from the University of Wisconsin, USA. He visited the Department on the second week of August 2011 and did an extensive research training for the Faculty and Staff of the Department of Biological Sciences for a period of two weeks. As a follow up to the first training session, he also came in the second week of November also for a period of two weeks. He greatly enriched the Molecular biology knowledge base of the Faculty, technical staff and the postgraduate students. Also he contributed to the capacity building of Covenant University Faculty and students by donation a Polymerase Chain Reaction machine to the laboratory of the Department of Biological Sciences in addition to other molecular biology materials and analytical kits.

Mrs. O.O. Ogunlana’s TWAS-CAS collaboration in China

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Mrs. Ogunlana Olubanke Olujoke is a lecturer at the Department of Biological Sciences, (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Unit) School of Natural and Applied Sciences, College of Science and Technology, Covenant University. She was awarded 2009 TWAS-CAS PostGraduate Fellowship which she carried out at the State Key Laboratory of Phytochemistry, Kunming Institute of Botany, Kunming, China, under the supervision of Prof. Tan Ning – Hua and her team.

Prof Ogi Okwumabua’s visit to Covenant University

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Prof. Ogi Okwumabua visited the Department of Biological Sciences on the second week of August 2011 and did an extensive research training for the Faculty and Staff of the Department of Biological Sciences for a period of two weeks. As a follow up to the first training session, he also came in the second week of November also for a period of two weeks. He greatly enriched the Molecular biology knowledge base of the Faculty, technical staff and the postgraduate students. Also he contributed to the capacity building of Covenant University Faculty and students by donation a Polymerase Chain Reaction machine to the laboratory of the Department of Biological Sciences in addition to other molecular biology materials and analytical kits.