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DR REGINA KEMUNTO MAYAKA

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Designation
LECTURER
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Job Category
Teaching
Phone Number
+254 723350949
Alternative Phone No.
+254 736246389
Division / Faculty
Faculty of Science
Directorate / Dept
DEPT. OF CHEMISTRY
Academics
Address
536-20115
SUMMARY

Dr. Regina Kemunto Mayaka is a Lecturer of Organic Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Egerton University.  She holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Chemistry from Egerton University, specializing in Organic Chemistry.  She also received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Chemistry from Egerton University, Kenya

ORCID
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6148-493X
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2020: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Organic Chemistry –  Egerton University, Kenya

2007: Master of Science (Msc) degree in Chemistry – Egerton University, Kenya

2003: Bachelor of Science (Bsc) degree - Egerton University, Kenya

 

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION

Natural product chemistry

Isolation and purification of biologically active plant and fungal chemical compounds

Structure elucidation of compounds

WORK EXPERIENCE

Sep 2014 to Date: Lecturer Egerton Universiy.

2011-Sep 2014: Assistant Lecturer Egerton University.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

1.Regina Kemunto Mayaka, Alice Wanjiku Njue, Moses Kiprotich Langat, Peter Kiplagat Cheplogoi1 and Josiah Ouma Omolo (2019): Antimicrobial compounds from the Kenyan Ganoderma adspersum (Schulz.) Donk species. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 13(7): 3390-3397. For more details click here.

2. Regina Kemunto Mayaka, Moses Kiprotich Langat, Alice Wanjiku NJUE, Peter Kiplagat Cheplogoi and Josiah Ouma Omolo (2019) Chemical compounds from the Kenyan polypore Trametes elegans (Spreng:Fr.) Fr (Polyporaceae) and their antimicrobial activity. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences.  13(4) 2352-2359. 8221-IJBCS. For more details click here.

3.evis K. Mokaya., Josiah O. Omolo., Regina K. Mayaka., Alice W. Njue., John O. Adongo and Joseph Matofari. Antimicrobial activity of the seed crude extracts of Triumfettarhomboidea (Tiliaceae). Science Journal of Microbiology (ISSN:2276-8572) For more details click here

4. Mayaka R. K., Langat M. K, Omolo J. O. and Cheplogoi P. K. (2012). Antimicrobial prenylated acetophenones from berries of Harrisonia abyssinica (Simaroubaceae). Planta Medica, 78: 383-389. For more details click here.

 

 

OTHER SOCIETIES

2018 to date: Royal Society of Chemistry Member (MRSC) 657526

2011 to date: Kenya Chemical society Member

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