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DR ANASTASIA WAIRIMU MUIA

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Biological Sciences
Botany
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Biological Sciences Department, P.O Box 536
SUMMARY

My name is Dr Anastasia Wairimu Muia (Ph.D) a Microbiologist and Senior Lecturer at the Department of Biological Sciences at Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya. I am a former Chairman of the Department of Botany and have worked as a lecturer and senior lecture for a total of 30 years teaching many courses in the field of microbiology such as; General Microbiology, Industrial Microbiology, Advanced Microbiology, Plant Bacteriology, Aquatic Microbiology, Environmental Microbiology, Pollution and Sanitary Microbiology, Biology of HIV AIDS and Society etc. I am a former Departmental Examination Officer. I supervised many post graduate and undergraduate students in my field. I have been external examiner of University exams for Technical University of Kenya and Maseno University for 10 years. I have reviewed numerous proposals and papers and have been internal and external examiners of many theses.  I am currently the chairperson Seminars Committee and a member of Post Graduate Committee at the department of Biological Sciences. I previously served as Faculty Postgraduate Committee as member and chair for six years (2011-2016) and was a member of Egerton University International Conference and Research Week Committee for 6 consecutive years besides being a member of Bioethics and Botanic Garden Committees. In all cases we organised international and national meetings. Together with my colleagues we published the book “Egerton University Botanic Garden: A model for conservation, Teaching, Research and Recreation”, Media Document and Supplies, Nairobi ISBN 978-9966-817-09-3. I am a former Common Wealth Scholar (2006) at the University of Sheffield UK where I worked as a research fellow in an Environmental Microbiology project between October 2006 and March 2007. I have hands on laboratory and industry experience having worked as a laboratory analyst at the Kenya Bureau of Standards (for 3 years) and have vast research experience at the International Centre of Insect Ecology and Physiology (ICIPE) and at the Egerton University. My research interests include; Aquatic Microbial Biofilms, Water Quality Analysis, Sanitation and Water Pollution studies, Environmental Biotechnology such as pesticide and material degradation, Microbial diversity studies, Plant- microbe interactions including diseases, symbiotic associations, Biological Control, Environmental Mutagens and Cytogenetic studies, prospecting for antimicrobial compounds and other bioactive compounds, antibiotic resistance as well as food fermentation investigations. I have been involved in various collaborative studies with my peers locally and internationally and have participated in development of several research proposals that brought funding to my institution. I has participated in various collaborative projects in the past including: Pesticide project, NACOSTI (Women Scientists grant as PI (2013-2015), Lake Naivasha sustainability project - IDRC (Ecohealth perspectives, 2009 up to 2015), Streptomyces project,  Egerton University as PI (Research Division, 2009) and Arthrospira Soda Lake project- Univ of Vienna (Microbial ecology perspectives, March 2008 – March 2009).I published over 40 papers from my research. I am currently a member of various professional associations including; American Society of Microbiology (ASM), Kenya Society of Microbiology (KSM), Common Wealth Aluminus, Kenya,  Kenya DAAD Scholars and East Africa Water Association (EAWA) (as member and treasurer). I have participated on many social activities within Egerton University and beyond. Of notable importance is that I have been a board member of St. Augustine Primary school, Egerton Catholic Chaplaincy and during my tenure as a board member was instrumental in helping the school acquire land for further expansion in the Njoro area besides getting a British Council grant for linkage with St Marys primary school Middlewich, Cheshire U.K that allowed teachers and pupils visit UK on an exchange programme. On the social perspective I have been a secretary to the Njoro Golf club for 3 years. I have also contributed to training of communities on quality assurance of herbal drugs.

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
  1. Publication 101: Earth Sciences, Geography &Environmental Sciences Springer nature,  August, 2020
  2. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Audit (EA) Certificate Course conducted by Department of Environmental Sciences Sep, 2018
  3. E-Biokit BioinformaticsS, outh African National Bioinformatics Institute (SANBI), Egerton University and Swedish Agricultural UniversityUniversity academic advising,  Feb 2009
  4. Distance learning Materials developmentEgerton University,  Nov 2008
  5. Pedagogical Skills.Faculty of Education, Egerton University, 28th - 30th May 2008: Protein Molecular Biology Botany &Biochemistry Departments of University of Nairobi and Hertfordshire University, UK at University of Nairobi Kenya -August 2004:
  6. Instructional Material development, CDE, Egerton University and UNISA,  May, 2003
  7. SENCER training on Civic Engagement Strategies    for HIV/AIDS Education by  American  Association of Universities and colleges on African Women in Science and Engineering (AWSE) and Egerton University, October 16th, 2002
  8. Post Graduate Diploma in Limnology, Institute of Limnology, Mondsee, Austria (March 1996 – November, 1996)
  9. Standardization, quality control and metrology for new employees at the Kenya Bureau of Standards. February 1989 –  April 1989
RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research interests include; Aquatic Microbial Biofilms, Water Quality Analysis, Waste water management,Sanitation and Water Pollution studies, Environmental Biotechnology such as pesticide and material degradation, Microbial diversity studies, Plant- microbe interactions including diseases, symbiotic associations, Biological Control, Environmental Mutagens and Cytogenetic studies, prospecting for antimicrobial compounds and other bioactive compounds, antibiotic resistance as well as food fermentation investigations.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

The COVID-19 pandemic

  1. Musikoyo, Eddison Opiyo, Muia, Anastasia Wairimu and Oduor, Steve Omondi(2021).Chicken feathers degrading bacteria isolated from flamingo feathers in Lake Nakuru, Kenya. African Journal of Biological Sciences. 3(2), 87-94. doi.org/10.33472
  2. Khasisi D. Lukhabi, Muia A. Wairimu and Kipkemboi K. Julius (2021). Assessment of performance of wastewater stabilization ponds using faecal indicator bacteria reduction efficiency in a tropical environment. African Journal of Biological Sciences. 3(2), 16-26. doi: 10.33472/AFJBS.3.2.2021.16-26.
  3. Oscar O. Donde, Evans Atoni, Anastasia W. Muia, Paul T. Yillia.(2021).The COVID-19 pandemic: why the focus on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) as a critical control measure remains a major challenge in low-income countries. Water Research,191. doi.org/10.1016 
  4. Muia Anastasia Wairimu 2020. Course Module on Industrial Microbiology, Egeron University https://elearning.egerton.ac.ke/course/view.php?id=992
  5. Rebecca Ngumburu Karanja, Anastasia Wairimu Muia, Catherine Kariuki, Anastasia Njoki Ngigi, Reuben Mukundi Njue and Joseph Maina Kariuki (2020) Effect of pesticide use on weeds, pollinators and microbial activity in Nzoia Sugar Basin of Western Kenya, International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation, 12(4), 283-290, DOI: 10.5897/IJBC2019.1365,
  6. Muia AW and Kariuki ST (2020) Indigenous Fruits of Egerton University Botanic Garden in: Nkanatha JK(ed.) Egeron Universisity Botanic Garden: A model for conservation, Teaching, Research and Recreation, pp 48-55, Media Document and Supplies, Nairobi ISBN 978-9966-817-09-3
  7. Muia AW and Kariuki ST (2020) Indigenous Vegetables of Egerton University Botanic Garden in: Nkanatha JK(ed.) Egeron Universisity Botanic Garden: A model for conservation, Teaching, Research and Recreation, pp 56-62, Media Document and Supplies, Nairobi ISBN 978-9966-817-09-3
  8. Pauline Macharia, Paul T. Yillia, Wairimu Muia, Norbert Kreuzinger (2019) Confounding risk factors obscure link between intermittent water supply and gastrointestinal illness in Njoro Town, Kenya. 20th International Symposium on Health-Related Water Microbiology (HRWM) in Vienna, Austria, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/342492919
  9. Donde Oscar Omondi, Muia Anastasia Wairimu, Makindi Stanley Maingi, Onyango Godfrey Otieno, Kibet Caroline Jepkorir, Ogalo Joseph Okoth and Xiao Bangding (2018). Integrating MFT-qPCR techniques in constructed wetland faecal bacterial purification monitoring; a case of a typical tropical hybrid constructed wetland. 78 (9) 2008-2017, doi: 10.2166/wst.2018.475. IWA Publishing.Integrating MFT-qPCR techniques
  10. Olilo C.O, W Muia, J.O Onyando, W.N. Moturi (20Integrating MFT-qPCR techniques18)Effect of vegetative filter strips on the dynamics of E. coli biofilm building potential and expression of virulence factors at Mau, Energ. Ecol. Environ, Energy, Ecology and Environment 3,110- 125., https://doi.org/10.1007/s40974-018-0081-3,
  11. Kariunga, S.H., Kitaka, N. and Muia, W., (2018). Performance evaluation of Kangemi Sewage Plant in nutrients and organic matter removal, Nyeri Kenya. In: Shaw, R.J. (ed). Transformation towards sustainable and resilient WASH services: Proceedings of the 41st WEDC International Conference, Nakuru, Kenya, 9-13 July 2018, paper 2903, 7 pp. https//: 268056d1af815b23ffff840385d5783072fa.pdf  
  12. Itotia, T.K, Muia A.W., Getenga Z and Kiruki S.K (2018). Antibiotic resistance in the sediments of a second order stream passing through agricultural farm land: Njoro river, Kenya. In: Shaw, R.J. (ed). Transformation towards sustainable and resilient WASH services: Proceedings of the 41st WEDC International Conference, Nakuru, Kenya, 9-13 July 2018, paper 2941, 5 pp.
  13. Itotia T.K, Muia A.W., Getenga Z. and Kiruki S.K (2018)Occurrence of Pathogenic Bacteria HarbouringAntibiotic Resistant Genes in River Njoro in Nakuru County, Kenya, Journal of Environment Pollution and Human Health, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 1,31-37, DOI:10.12691/jephh-6-1-5 , Website: http://www.sciepub.com/journal/jephh 
  14. Njue, R., Kiruki, S. , Muia, A. and Ngigi, A. (2018) Effect Of 2,4-D And Hexazinone On Soil Dehydrogenase Activity In Sugarcane Cultivated Soils in Nzoia Sugarcane Plantations, Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Advanced Research, 4:133-142
  15. Njoroge, H. W., Muia W., Boga H. I., Otaye D. O.( 2018) Antimicrobial Activity of Streptomyces Mau 1 (Acc. No. Kr780774) From A Wheat Farm Soil in the Mau Forest Complex, Kenya, Journal of Environmental Sustainability and Advanced Research (2018) 4:143-150
  16. CW Kariuki, AW Muia, AN Ngigi, WN Moturi (2017): Isolation of Metribuzin Degrading Soil Bacteria and Assessment of Their Growth in Response to Selected Physical Chemical Conditions, Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 7(14) 2224-3205 https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JBAH/article/view/37865
  17. Njoroge Hellen Wambui, Muia W., Boga H.I., Otaye D.O. and J. O. Ouma (2017) Antimicrobial activity of bacteria isolated from the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya. Egerton Journal of Science and Technology, 16: 86-101 https://eujournal.egerton.ac.ke/index.php/EJ/article/view/21
  18. Olilo C.O, W Muia, J.O Onyando, W.N. Moturi , P. Ombui, W. A. Shivoga (2016) Effect of vegetated filter strips on infiltration and survival rates of Escherichia coli in soil matrix at Mau, Njoro River Watershed, Kenya, Energy, Ecology and Environment 2, 125-142. DOI 10.1007/s40974-016-0049-0
  19. Itotia T.K, Muia W., Getenga Z and Kiruki S.K. (2016) Distribution and Diversity of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Njoro River of Nakuru County. Journal of Environmental Sustainability, Advancement Research, J. Env. Sust. Adv. Res. (2016) 2: 35-46
  20. Olilo C.O, J.O Onyando, W.N. Moturi W Muia , A F Roegner, Z Ogari P. Ombui,W. A. W Shivoga and (2016). Composition and design of vegetative  filter strips instrumental in improving water quality by mass reduction of sediment, nutrients and Escherichia coli in overland flows in eastern escarpment of the Mau Forest, Njoro River Watershed, Kenya Energ. Ecol. Environ.Energy, Ecology and Environment,  Energy, Ecology and Environment (2016), 1(6):386–402. DOI 10.1007/s40974-016-0032-9.  Springer.
  21. Olilo C.O, Muia AW, Moturi WN, Onyando JO and Amber FR (2016) The current state of knowledge on the interaction of Escherichia coli within vegetative filter strips as a sustainable best management practice to reduce fecal pathogen loading into surface waters Energy, Ecology and Environment. Energ. Ecol. Environ. (2016) 1(4):248–266 DOI 10.1007/s40974-016-0026-7, Springer.
  22. Kariuki, C. W., Muia, A. W., Moturi, W. N., Ngigi, A N., and Karanja, R.W. (2016) Relationships between Soil Physico-chemical Properties and Bacteria Counts in Nzoia Sugar Company Farms of Western Kenya, Egerton J. Sci. & Technol. Volume 15: 123-131 http://archive.egerjst.egerton.ac.ke/index.php/egerjst/article/view/107.
  23. O. Olilo, J. O. Onyando, W. N. Moturi, A. W. Muia, P. Ombui,W. A. Shivoga & A. F. Roegner (2016) Effect of vegetated filter strips on transport and deposition rates of Escherichia coli in overland flow in the eastern escarpments of the Mau Forest, Njoro River Watershed, Kenya, Energy, Ecology and Environment,1(3):157–182 DOI 10.1007/s40974-016-0006-y, Springer
  24. Rop K. Richard, Donde Oscar Omondi, Muia A. Wairimu, and Makindi S. Maingi (2016) Influence of rainfall intensity on faecal contamination in River Nyangores of Mara Basin, Kenya: An eco-health integrity perspective, Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Science, Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Science, 18(2) : 1-9 
  25. EO Musikoyo, AW Muia and SO Oduor (2015) Isolation and characterization of bacteria with industrial potential in lake Nakuru, Kenya, African Journal of Aquatic Sciences 40(2): 205-213, DOI: 10.2989/16085914.2015.1044497. Taylor and Francis.
  26. Donde O. Omondi, Muia A. Wairimu, Wanga L. Aketch , Shivoga A. William, Charles G. and Irena F. Creed (2015) Faecal pollution and solar purification of community water sources within Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development. 5(2) : 253- 260, doi:10.2166/washdev.2015.150
  27. Pauline W. Macharia, Paul T. Yillia, Wairimu A. Muia, Denis Byamukama and Norbert Kreuzinger (2015) Microbial quality of domestic water: following the contamination chain in a rural township in Kenya. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 5(1) : 39-49, or doi:10.2166/washdev.2014.070
  28. Oboo H., Muia AW and Kinyua ZM (2014) Effects of selected essential oil plants on bacterial wilt disease development in potatotes. Journal of Applied Biosciences 78: 6666 – 6674 or http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jab.v78i1.2
  29. Oboo H., Muia A. W. and Kinyua Z. M (2014) Effect of Essential Oil Plant Extracts on in vitro Growth of Ralstonia solanacearum Egerton Journal of Science & Technology , 14: 141 -160 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285567637
  30. Rop K R, Muia AW, Makindi S and Donde O.O, (2014) Changes in the densities of faecal and organic matter contaminants from upstream to downstream along Nyangores River of Mara catchment, Kenya. Journal of Environmental Science and Water Resources, 3(1), pp. 15 - 25, January 2014
  31. Oscar O. Donde, William O. Ojwang, Anastasia Muia and Lucy A. Wanga (2014) Bacterial abundance on the skin, gills and intestines of Cyprinus carpio in Lake Naivasha, Kenya: Implications for public health and fish quality. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management 19:46–55. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/lre.12050
  32. Donde O. O., Muia AW, and Shivoga A. W (2013). Temporal Variation In Densities Of Microbiological Indicators Of Pollution In Water Sources Within Naivasha Lake Basin, Kenya. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research, 2(10), 131 – 138. Published, October 2013 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263444593
  33. Donde O.O, Muia AW, Shivoga AA, Trick GC and Creed IF (2013). Faecal bacterial contamination of borehole water between points-of-access and points-of-use in Naivasha, Kenya; Public health implication, Egerton Journal of Science and Technology, 13: 165-184, Published. Published May 2013, http://archive.egerjst.egerton.ac.ke/index.php/egerjst/article/view/70/46
  34. Okoko AA, Muia, AW, Moturi, WN and Oyake A (2012).Levels of coli contamination of River Awach and household water in Western Kenya, Journal of Environmental Science and Water Resources 1, 120 – 126.http://archive.egerton.ac.ke/index.php/Research-by-Faculty/research-publications-list.html
  35. Macharia P, Yillia P, Byamukama D, Muia W, Kreuzinger N  (2011) P2-443 A retrospective epidemiological study of endemic waterborne illness in a pastoral community in Kenya J Epidemiol Community Health August 2011 Vol 65 Suppl 1, doi:10.1136/jech.2011.142976l.73
  36. Muia A. Wairimu, G.  Bretschko and GJ Herndl (2011) Structure and function of microbial biofilms, with special emphasis on aquatic heterotrophic microbial communities, African Journal of Aquatic Sciences, 36: 1-10. https://doi.org/10.2989/16085914.2011.562279
  37. Wairimu A. Muia (2009) Plant as sources of Traditional Medicine: Ethical implications on unregulated and uncontrolled Use in Proceedings of International Conference on Bioethics, at Egerton University, Kenya (12th 14th August 2008) publisher, Unesco Regional Centre for Documentation and Research on Bioethics, Egerton University, pp 81 – 93. ISBN 9966052135.
  38. A W Muia and M L Muia (2009) Bottled Drinking Water: A challenge to Environmental Sustainability and Social Economic Development in Conference proceedings of Kenya DAAD Scolars Association on Technology for Development held on 11th – 12th June 2009 in Masinde Muliro University, Kakamega, pp 112 – 115.
  39. P. Riess , W.A. Muia , S.F. Thornton, A.M. Osborn, J.W.N. Smith (2008) Investigating nitrogen attenuation in the hyporheic zone of a lowland river: a multi-disciplinary approach. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-07255, 2008 S Ref-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU2008-A-07255 EGU General Assembly 2008
  40. W Muia, G Bretschko and GJ Herndl (2006) Microbial exopolymers in sediments of a Second Order Stream: Njoro River Kenya. Journal of Tropical Microbiology and Biotechnology 2(1): 37-45
  41. Muia A. Wairimu, G. Bretschko and G.J. Herndl 2003. An investigation on Biofilm Development in a Second Order Tropical Stream, Njoro River Kenya: First results. Rev. Hydrobiol. 88 (3-4), 372 -384. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/iroh.200390032
  42. Woodruff, R.C., J.N. Thomson, Jr. H.N.B. Gopalan, A. Ngure, E.S. Norris and A.A. Szekely 1990. Genetics and molecular analyses of P DNA elements sampled from natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster in Kenya. Molecular Evolution, UCLA Symposium. Molecular and Cellular Biology. New series, M.T. Clegg and S.J O’Brien (eds). 122, 117 – 125.
TEACHING AREAS

Undergraduate Level

  • Diploma Microbiology
  • General Microbiology
  • Industrial Microbiology
  • Applied Microbiology
  • Advanced Microbiology
  • Biology of HIV AIDS and Society etc
  • Medical Microbiology
  • Food Microbiology. 
  • Microbial genetics

Post graduate Level

  • Plant Bacteriology
  • Aquatic Microbiology
  • Environmental Microbiology
  • Pollution and Sanitary Microbiology
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
MASTERS LEVEL :

Completed

  1. Kyule Domitila Ndinda, MSc. Dynamics and Abundance of Bacterio- and Virioplankton in Saline-Alkaline East-African Rift Valley Lakes, Kenya (IHE the Delft, April, 2009)
  2. Macharia, Pauline MSc. Microbial Quality of Drinking Water and its Effect on Health in Sub-saharan Africa: A Survey of Njoro Town, Kenya (IHE the Delft, April, 2011).
  3. Abigael Akoth Okoko (Reg No. SM 15/2220/08): Determinant of water quality and handling practices in Konyano Jieri Sublocation, Nyanza District (MSc. Environmental Science)
  4. Eddison Opiyo Musikoyo ( Reg No. Sm18/2267/08) Distribution of microorganisms and isolation of physiological groups with industrial potential in Lake Nakuru (MSc Limnology 2009)
  5. Oscar Omondi Donde (SM18/2524/09): Bacteriological water quality analysis and solar improvement of domestic water sources in Naivasha region, Kenya.
  6. Keiko Kito. Assessment of Groundwater Contamination by Various Land Uses Using Bacterial Communities and Fauna as Indicators in Nyando Wetland, Kenya (UNESCO IHE the DELFT, April, 2012).
  7. Henry Oboo (Reg No. SM 15/2220/08): Management strategies against soil borne bacterial wilt pathogen, Ralstonia solanacearum
  8. Njoroge Hellen Wambui (SM15/2432/09) Testing Streptomyces soil isolates from Mau Forest Complex for potential antimicrobial activity against selected plant pathogens
  9. Kariuki CW (NM12/3091/11 MSc, Environmental Science) Isolation and characterization of soil bacteria, capable of degrading metribuzin herbicide, used in sugarcane farms, of Nzoia River Drainage Basin, Western Kenya
  10. Richard Kipsang Rop (NM 12/2851/10. Impact of Anthropogenic Activities on Bacteriological Water Quality of Nyangores River, Mara Basin- Kenya
  11. Tabitha Kavuli Itotia (SM14/3634/13). Distribution and Diversity of Antibiotic resistant bacteria from a river receiving industrial and agricultural wastes in Njoro, Kenya
  12. Njue Reuben Mukundi (SM14/3634/13) Isolation and characterization of hexazinone and dichlorophenoacetic acid (2,4-D) biodegrading native bacteria from sugarcane soils in Nzoia sugar company farms.
  13. Saeed Hassan Kariunga (SM18/14492/15). Assessment of Kangemi sewage treatment works efficiency and impact of its effluent loading on water quality of Chania River, Nyeri, Kenya
  14. Lukhabi, Dorothy Khasisi (SM19/11886/16) Characterization of Egerton University wastewater stabilization ponds and assessment of substrate size efficiency in removal of feacal pollutants
  15. Omondi Lorine Auma (Reg No. SM19/13728/19) Effects of land use on faecal pollution in River Njoro, Kenya.MSC in Limnology and Wetland Management (Submitted thesis)

Ongoing

  1. Allan Kiptanui Kimisto (Reg No. SM18/2267/18). Molecular Molecular characterization of microorganisms with industrial potential in wastewater sludge from Kangemi Waste Water Treatment Plant, Nyeri County- Kenya, MSc Limnology, Egerton University.
  2. Ekwar, Eyanae Paul (Reg No. SM18/19019/18). Assessment of water quality from informal water vendors: a case of water tanker trucks and kiosks in Lodwar Township, Turkana County, Kenya. Egerton University, MSC Limnology, Egerton University.
  3. Kiplagat, Gregory Kibiy (Reg No SM15/14451/15). Potential Use of Bacillus Spp. Isolates As Bio-control Agents Against Mango Anthracnose Disease From Baringo and Elgeyo Marakwet Counties, Kenya. MSc in Plant Pathology, Egerton University.
  4. Rachel W. Njoroge ( Reg No, NM12/2815/10) Assessing occurrence of opportunistic fish bacterial pathogens and environmental predisposing factors affecting aquaculture fish production in Naivasha, Kenya MSC in Environmental Science, Egerton University
PhD. LEVEL :
  1. Mr Casianes O. Olilo (Reg No.ND12/0270/10):Title of Thesis: The Influence of Vegetation on the Erosion and Transport State of E coli in Runoff Flow from Agro Pastoral Land Use System. PhD Environmental Science, Egerton University. Status of Thesis: Complete awaiting submission.
  2. Kosgey Janet Cheruiyot (Reg .No.SSAB/06859P/2014) Isolation and characterization of plastics degrading microorganisms from mangrove soil, soda lake ecosystems and Dandora dumping site in Kenya. PhD TUK Technical University of Kenya. Status of Thesis: Complete awaiting submission.
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