Dr. Hannah W. Chege
Dr. Hannah W. Chege
Dr. Hannah W. Chege Email: hwambui@mku.ac.ke
Phone: +254724760423Dr. Chege is a Veterinary Surgeon and currently a tutorial fellow in the Department of Animal health and Production at Mount Kenya University. She holds a Master of Science degree in Applied Veterinary Parasitology and Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from University of Nairobi. She is particularly interested in Zoonotic parasites, One health concept, Parasite immunology, Ethinopharmacological anthelmintics properties, Parasitological diagnosis and Anthelmintics efficacy trials.
Publications
1. Chicken parasites and local treatments used against them in Mbeere District, Kenya H W Chege1*, D C Kemboi1, L C Bebora1, N Maingi1, P N Nyaga1, P G Mbuthia1, LW Njagi1 and J.M. Githinji2
2. Seasonality of ecto- and endo-parasites in indigenous chicken in Mbeere District, Kenya- H W Chege1*, D C Kemboi1, L C Bebora1, N Maingi1, P N Nyaga1, P G Mbuthia1, LW Njagi1,
J.M. Githinji2.3. Efficacy of Piperazine citrate, Levamisole hydrochloride and Albendazole in the treatment of chicken naturally infected with gastrointestinal helminths- H W Chege, D C Kemboi, L C Bebora, N Maingi, P G Mbuthia, P N Nyaga and L W Njagi4. Seasonal Newcastle disease antibody titre levels in village chickens of Mbeere District, Eastern Province, Kenya D. C. Kemboi1, H.W.Chege1, L.C. Bebora1, N. Maingi1, P.N. Nyaga1,
P.G. Mbuthia1, L.W. Njagi1, and J.M. Githinji2

5. Effect of parasite control on immune response of Newcastle Disease vaccination and productivity, of village chicken, Mbeere District D. C. Kemboi1, H.W.Chege1, L.C. Bebora1,
N. Maingi1, P.N. Nyaga1, P.G. Mbuthia1, L.W. Njagi1, and J.M. Githinji2

Dr. Simon Migwi
Dr. Simon Migwi
Dr. Simon Migwi holds a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and a Master’s of Science Degree in Applied Microbiology (Virology option) from the University of Nairobi. He is a Tutorial fellow in the Department of Animal Health and Production at the Mt.Kenya University School of pure and applied science.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Veterinary Virology

Immunology

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Maina S.M., Gitao C.G., Gathumbi P.K.2015. Clinico-pathological observations in Sheep and Goats exposed to Lineage III peste Des Petits Ruminants virus infection in Kenya. Journal of experimental Biology and Agricultural Science. 3(1), 72-80.5.
  2. Maina S.M., Gitao C.G., Gathumbi P.K. 2015. Hematological, serological and virological findings in sheep and goats experimentally infected with Lineage III Peste Des Petits Ruminants Virus Isolates in Kenya. Journal of Experimental biology and Agricultural Sciences. 3(1), 81-88
  3. Gitao CG, Kihu S, Maina SM (2016) Review of Peste Des Petits Ruminants in Sheep. J Vet Med Res 3(5): 1060.

BOOKS and BOOK CHAPTERS

Eperimental Infection of Peste des Petits Ruminants Disease in Kenya: (Authors: George Gitao, Simon Maina, Peter Gathumbi) LAP Lambert Academic Publishing a trademark of Omni scriptum GmbH and Co KG ISBN 978-3-659-97197-6

Mr. Felix Mureithi Kiromo Cell phone +254 727 668 505 Email: fkiromo@mku.ac.ke

 

Qualifications

  • Bsc in Range land Ecology and management (Texas A &M University USA)
  • Diploma in Range management (Egerton University Kenya)
  • Certificate in Artificial Insemination (AHITI Kabete)
  • Senior Management Course (Kenya Institute of Management)
  • Short Course in Geographical Information Systems (Government of Kenya)
  • Agricultural Information Management (East College of Agriculture – Embu)
  • Pursuing Msc in Ecology and Conservation Biology (Mt. Kenya University Thika)

Research interests

  • Ecology and Conservation Biology
  • Aquaculture Modern Farming Technologies

Publications

Kiromo, FM; Njuguna J; 2016: Social investment Program for Kenya Youth Using Contemporary Fish Farming Technology