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Prof. Chinyere Ukaga

Professor of Public Health Parasitology
Imo State University Owerri
Lake Nwaebere Campus P.M.B. 2000

Brief Biography:

Chinyere Nneka Ukaga

Department  of Animal and Environmental Biology

  Faculty of Science     

Imo State University, P.M.B. 2000 Owerri


E-Mail Address:       chinyukaga@yahoo.com

Telephone:    +234-8057409854, +234-8068254576



Chinyere was the 1999 best graduating Ph.D student of the University of Nigeria Nsukka clinching both the Vice-chancellor’s and Faculty awards. She holds a Ph.D degree in Medical Parasitology from the Department of Zoology University of Nigeria Nsukka. The Ph.D program was supported by the Tropical Diseases Research (TDR)/ World Health Organization (WHO) training grant.


She is a self-motivated and personable mature female, a strong academic as well as a researcher. She has more than 16 years of teaching and research experience working with both undergraduate and postgraduate students in public health parasitology at Postgraduate diploma, Master’s and Doctoral levels. She has to her credit more than 60 publications. She presently consults for the African Program on Onchocerciasis Control (APOC) a subsidiary of World Health Organization.


She is a good team member and believes strongly in God, fair play and justice. She excels under pressure producing good quality results even under very short notice. Chinyere is warm, very friendly and gets on well with others including her students who see her as a mentor. She is receptive to new ideas and encourages a stable conducive environment where exchange of ideas, designing of new projects is promoted. She believes in excellence in whatever service, networking as well as the strength of group work.



  • Excellent leadership and organizational skills.
  • Strict attention to details.
  • Is able to work under pressure, while always being aware of the importance of efficient and effective quality management.



Maiden Name:                                  Dallah, Chinyere Nneka

Date/Place of Birth:                         8th Oct. 1966 / Enugu Nigeria

Sex:                                                     Female

Marital Status:                                  Married

No. of Children:                               Four

Spouse:                                              Ukaga, Stanley Roberts (Chief)

Employer:                                         Imo State University Owerri

Position/Rank                                  Deputy Director OCS/Associate Professor



  • Ph.D Zoology (Medical Parasitology) (University OF Nigeria, Nsukka, 12/1999).


  • Fellowship training in the laboratory of Dr. Hartwig Schulz – Key, Institut fur Tropenmedizin, Tubingen, Germany, August 1992 – 1993 (WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION TRAINING GRANT FOR Ph.D).


  • International course on the “Epidemiology and control of Filariasis”, Tanga, Tanzania. Oct. 14TH – Nov. 1991.


  • M.Sc Zoology (Medical Parasitology) (University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 11/1989).


  • B.Sc. (HONS.) Zoology, (University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 07/1987).


  • West African School Certificate (Fed. Govt. Girls’ College, Onitsha, 07/1983).



  1. University of Nigeria Nsukka Vice Chancellor’s post graduate prize (1st prize) as the best graduating Ph.D student for the 1998/1999 academic session.
  2. University of Nigeria Nsukka Vice Chancellor’s Faculty post graduate prize as the best graduating Ph.D student for the 1998/1999 academic session.
  3. World Health Organization training grant (1992 – 1995)
  4. World Health Organization training grant (1989)
  5. Federal Government scholarship (1989 –1990).
  6. Federal Government scholarship (1978 –1983).



  1. Executive Member, Parasitology and Public Health Society of Nigerian (National Vice President)
  2. Executive Member, Zoological Society of Nigeria (South East Zonal Coordinator)
  3. Fellow, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  4. 4.                  Member, American Society of Parasitologists
  5. Member, National Association of Women in Academics
  6. Member, Women Resources Center Imo State University Owerri
  7. Member, Biotechnological Society of Nigeria
  8. Member, Forum for African Women Educationalists
  9. Member, Center for Development Studies, Imo State University Owerri






Academic positions:


Professor of Public Health Parasitology, Imo State University Owerri                           2008 – date

Presently serving the University, as the Director Consultancy Services.


Associate Professor, Public Health Parasitology, Imo State University Owerri              2005 - 2008

Served the University in various capacities, such as the Deputy Director, Consultancy Services; Head, Department of Animal and Environmental Biology (for more than six years); Ag. Dean Faculty of Science several times while the Dean was away; Ag. Director Academic Planning Unit. Have produced more than 11 PHD and 30 Master’s Degree students in Public Health Parasitology.


Senior Lecturer, Imo State University Owerri,                                                                  2002 – 2005

            Served the University as Head, Department of Animal and Environmental Biology from 2003 initially in Acting capacity in addition to teaching and research.


Lecturer 1, Imo State University Owerri                                                                            1999 – 2002

Teaching and research activities.


Lecturer 11, Imo State University Owerri                                                                          1995 – 1999

            Teaching and research activities


Assistant Lecturer, Imo State University Owerri                                                               1994 – 1995

            Teaching and research activities


Research officer, UNDP/WORLD BANK/WHO Onchocerciasis Control Project,       1989 – 1992

College of Medicine, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus

Worked as the Project Research Officer, responsible for the collection, examination and analysis of Parasitological data from the fields                                                                                   



Project Title:            Malaria No More

Project Sponsors:    Malaria No More Organization

Period Covered:       Ongoing

Status:                      Malaria Griot Graduate/Advocate


Project Title:           Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Classification: Amnesty    

        for the Niger Delta Ex-combatants

Project Sponsors:    Presidential Amnesty Program 2010

Period Covered:      Ongoing

Status:                     Consultant (Sierra-Cisr)


Project Title:             National Climate Change Adaptation Strategy in Nigeria: Human Health

Project Sponsors:      Building Nigerian Response to Climate Change/ Nigerian Environmental

          Study Team

Period Covered:       August – October 2010

Status:                      Consultant


Project Title:                Weppa – Ekperi Chimpanzee Conservation Project (WECCOP)

Project Sponsors:         Eileen &Eileen International Biodiversity Conservation Inc.

Period Covered:           2008

Status:                          Consultant Parasitologist


Project Title:                Study on the Geographical and Therapeutic Coverage of Ivermectin 

Distribution in CDTI communities of Ghana

Project Sponsors:        WHO/APOC Burkina Faso

Period Covered:          November 2007

Status:                         Participant/WHO Consultant


Project Title:                Independent Monitoring of CDTI Projects in Liberia West Africa

Project Sponsors:        WHO/APOC Burkina Faso

Period Covered:          August – September 2005

Status:                         Team Leader/WHO Consultant


Project Title:                Sustainability of CDTI Projects in Ogun State Nigeria

Project Sponsors:        WHO/APOC Burkina Faso

Period Covered:          October –November 2004

Status:                         Participant/WHO Consultant    


Project Title:                Lymphatic Filariasis and Onchocerciasis in the Rain Forest of Nigeria:

The Social Effects of Genital Complications among Women

Project Sponsors:        TDR/WHO (Director’s Initiative Fund)

Principal Investigator: Prof. B. E. B. Nwoke

Project No.:                 DIF ID. 931087

Period Covered:          1994 - 1995

Status:                         Participant


Project Title:                Characterization and Utilization of two New Filarial Models for

Investigation of Immunity, Chemotherapy and Pathology

Project Sponsors:        TDR/WHO Geneva

Principal Investigator: Prof. P. O. Okonkwo

Project No.:                 TS* CT91 – 0037

Period Covered:          April1992 – March1993

Status:                         Participant


Research interests:

Parasitic and Infectious diseases: Epidemiology and control

Unorthodox means of parasitic and infectious diseases control


Any other information:

Some Recent Publications:
1. Amechi A.A., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N., Udujih H., Emukah E.C., Prince T.O., Eneanya C.I., Onyeka P.I.K., and Okere A. N. (2011a): Seasonal variations in human Lymphatic Filariasis transmission by mosquitoes in parts of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. International Science Research Journal 2: 56-61

2. Ukaga C.N., Obiora I.E., Nwoke B.E.B.,Ezeunala M.N., Nwachukwu M.I., Ajero C.M.U. and Ekwunife C.A. (2011): Malaria morbidity and mortality in Owerri Hospitals. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 32 (2): 175 – 180

3. Orji C., Ukaga C.N., Nwoke B.E.B., Nwokeji C.A., Nwachukwu M.I., Ajero C.M.U., Ezeunala M.N., and Ekwunife C.A. (2011): Possible antiplasmodic effects of antituberculosis drugs on Tuberculosis patients with malaria in Owerri, Imo State Nigeria. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 1(2): 22 -30

4. Ajero C.M.U., Ukaga C.N., and Ebirim C. (2011): The Role of Cockroaches (Blatta orientalis and Periplaneta americana) in mechanical transmission of parasites in households in Owerri, South East Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 32(2): 153 – 156

5. Chukwuocha U.M., Dozie I.N.S., Ukaga C.N., and Nwoke B.E.B. (2011): Rapid assessment of Loiasis in parts of the Niger Delta, in Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 32(1): 25 -29

6. Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N., Nwajiuba C.N., Nwoke E. A., and Chukwuocha U.M. (2011): A review on the Adaptaion Strategies to the Impact of Climate change on Health: A key to achieving millennium development goals. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 32 (1): 143 -152

7. Chukwuocha U.M., Ukaga C.N., Dozie I.N.S., Nwoke B.E.B., Ajaero C.M.U., Nwachukwu M.I. (2010): Local knowledge and perceptions on the transmission, treatment and prevention of loiasis in parts of Niger Delta Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 31(1): 21 -25

8. Nwoke B.E.B., Nwoke E.A., Ukaga C.N., and Nwachukwu M.I. (2010): Epidemiological characteristics of Bancroftian Filariasis and the Nigerian Environment. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology 2(6): 113 – 117

9. Ekwunife C.A., Okafor S. O., Ukaga C.N., Ozumba N.A., Eneanya C.I. (2010): Parasites associated with sachet drinking water (pure water) in Awka, South Eastern Nigeria. Sierra Leone Journal of Medical Research 2(1): 23-27

10. Chukwuocha U.M., Dozie I.N.S., Onwuliri C.O.E., Ukaga C.N., Nwoke B.E.B., Nwankwo B.O., Nwoke E.A., Nwaokoro J.C., Nwoga K.S., Udujih O.G.,  Iwuala C.C., Ohaji E.T., Morakinyo O.M., Adindu B.C., (2010). Perceptions on the Use of Insecticide Treated Nets in Parts of the Imo River Basin, Nigeria: Implications for Preventing Malaria in Pregnancy. African Journal of Reproductive Health 14(1): 117 – 128

11. Chukwuocha U.M., Dozie I.N.,Amadi A.N., Nwankwo B.O., Ukaga C.N., Aguwa O.C., Abanobi O.C., Nwoke E.A. (2009). The knowledge, attitude and practices of food handlers in food sanitation in a metropolis in South Eastern Nigeria. East African Journal of Public Health 6(3): 240 - 3

12. Nwachukwu M.I., Ukaga C.N., Udujih O. S., Anyanwu V.E., Nwachukwu O.I. (2009): Phytochemical Screening and Antibacterial Effect of Urtica dioica (Stinging Nettle)Leaf Extract on Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences 3: 17 - 19

13. Nwachukwu M.I., Duru N.C., Ukaga C.N., Nwachukwu I.O., Udujih O.S. (2009). Bacteriological evaluation of water bottles used by nursery school pupils in Owerri, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences 5(4): 309 – 314

14. Chukwuocha U.M., Dozie I.N.S., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N., Onwuliri C.O.E., Osuagwu A.E. (2009). The clinical pattern of severe malaria in parts of the Imo River Basin of Nigeria. Nigerian Hospital Practice 3(6): 76-79

15. Ude E.A., Akinwale O.P., Ukaga C.N., Ajayi M.B., Akande D.O., Gyang P.V., Adeleke M.A., Dike A.A. (2009). Prevalence of Urinary Schistosomiasis in Umuowele, Agulu Community, Anambra State, Nigeria. International Journal of Health Research 2(4): 347-353

16. Nwachukwu M.I., Uwaezuoke J.C., Nwachukwu I.O., Ukaga C.N., Anyanwu V.E. (2009) Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activities of extracts of calyces of Hibiscus sabdariffa var. altissima on Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology 23 (1): 1982 -1896

17. Chukwuocha U.M., Dozie I.N.S., Onwuliri C.O.E., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N. (2009): The Potential Application of Geographical Information System (GIS) in Malaria Control. Advances in Science and Technology, 3(1): 1 – 6

18. Ekwunife C.A., Agbor V.O., Ozumba A.N., Eneanya C.I., Ukaga C.N. (2009): Prevalence of Urinary Schistosomiasisi in Iyede-Ame Community and Environ in Ndokwa East local Government Area, Delta State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 30(1): 27 – 31

19. Orji N.M., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N., and Dozie I.N.S. (2009): Rapid Assessment of endemicty of loiasis in Onuimo and Aboh-Mbaise Local Governmental Area, Imo State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 30 (2): 75 - 78

20. Oguwuike T.U., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N., Ikpeama C.A., Onyirioha C.U., Ajero C.M.U. (2008): Rapid Epidemiological mapping of urinary Schistosomiasis Endemicity in Enugu State using School Children as Tracers. Interworld Journal of Science & Technology 5(7): 600-609

21. Ajero C.M., Nwoke B.E.B., Nwoke E.A., Ukaga C.N. (2008): Human Amoebiasis: Distribution and Burden; and the Nigerian Environment. International Science Research Journal 1(2): 130 – 134

22. Ekwunife C. A., Eneanya C.I., Ozumba N.A, Ukaga C.N., Okafor F.C. (2008): Miracidial infectivity of snail host (Bulinus truncates) in the laboratory. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 29(2): 77 – 79

23. Nwoke B.E.B, Ajero C.M.U., Nwoke E.A., Ukaga C.N. (2008): Contributions of Occupational Hazards and Environmental Degradation on Emergence and Re-emergence of Parasitic and Infectious Diseases. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 2: 9 – 14

24. Amaechi A.A., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N. and Emukah E. (2008): Abundance and Infectivity Rates of Wuchereria bancroftian Vectors at Okpochiri of Ebonyi State Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 2: 32 – 34

25. Ajero C.M.U., Iwuagwu A.N., Ukaga C.N., Chigbo U.D. and Anyasodor A.E. (2008): The Role of Dipterans as Mechanical Carriers of Parasitic Infection in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 2: 63 – 65

26. Chukwuocha U.M., Ukaga C.N., Dozie, I.N.S., Amadi A.N., Nwankwo B.O., Ajero C.M.U., Aguwa O.C., Abanobi O.C., Nwoke E.A. (2008): Food Sanitation: The Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Food Handlers in Owerri Metropolis of Imo State Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 2: 66 - 70

27. Ukaga C.N., Nwoke B.E.B., Udujih O.S., Udujih O.G., Ohaeri A.A., Anosike J.C., Udujih B.U., Nwachukwu M.I.(2007): Placental malaria in Owerri, Imo State Nigeria. Tanzanian Health Research Bulletin 9(3): 180 – 185

28. Amajuoyi O.U, Anosike J.C., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N. (2007): Mansonelliasis amongst nomadic Fulani herdsmen of South-Eastern Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology. 28(2): 90 - 94           

29. Asinobi C.O., Ibe B.N.A., Nwoke B.E.B., Ukaga C.N., Nwakwo C.F. (2007): Implications of malaria and intestinal parasitic co-infections among out-patients of a secondary health facility in Owerri, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 28(2):103-108.

30. Nwoke B.E.B, Nwoke E.A., Ukaga C.N., Anosike J.C., Dozie I.N.S., Ajero C.M.U. (2007): The impact of changing human environment and climate change on emerging and re-emerging parasitic diseases. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 28(2):135 – 145.

31. Mbata T.I., Nwachukwu M.I., Nwachukwu I.O., Ukaga C.N. (2007): Prevalence and antibiotic resistance in bacterial isolates from the urinary tracts of prison inmates at Enugu Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 3(3): 381-384           
32.  Ukaga C.N., Okoro C.E., Ekwunife C.A., Nwachukwu M.I, Ajaero C.M.U. (2007): Entamoeba gingivalis infection in okigwe Urban, Imo State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 28(1): 11 – 14
33.  Dozie I.N.S, Chukwuocha U.M., Nwoke B.E.B., Anosike J.C., Ukaga C.N., Obiukwu C.U., Onwuliri C.O.E., Chikwendu C.I., Nwanguma B.C., Njemanze P.C., & Okoro I.C. (2007): Satellite technology and the control of parasitic diseases in Africa: An Overview. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 28(1): 47 – 53

34. Ukaga C.N., Ajaero C.M.U., Ozor J.U. (2006): The effect of Ivermectin on adult worm of Onchocerca volvulus after repeated treatment. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences 1: 44 - 48

35. Ukaga C.N., Nwoke B.E.B., Onyeka P.I.K., Anosike J.C., Udujih O.S., Udujih O.G., Obilor R.C., Nwachukwu M.I. (2006): The use of herbs in malaria treatment in parts of Imo State Nigeria. Tanzania Health Research Bulletin 8(3):183 – 185

36. Ukaga C.N., Orji C.N., Orogwu S., Nwoke B.E.B., Anosike J.C., Udujih O.S., Onyeka P.I.K., Awujo N.C. (2006): Concomitant bacteria in the blood of malaria patients in Owerri, Southeastern Nigeria. Tanzania Health Research Bulletin 8(3): 186 – 188

37. Nwosu D.C., Epoke J., Kalu P.U., Anosike J.C., Nwoke B.E.B., Ojiegbe G.C., Okolie N.J., Nwanjo H.U., Ajero C.M., Ukaga C.N., Enweani I.B., and Chukwuma M.C. (2006): Evaluation of the Efficacy of two disinfectants commonly used in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences 1: 66 – 72

38. Nwachukwu M. I., Ukaga C. N., Duru N. C., Anosike J. C., Nwachukwu I. O. (2006) Parasitic infections associated with Febrile conditions in Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences (I): 34-39.

39. Anosike J. C. Asor, J.E; Amel I.G; Oku E. E; Nwoke B.E.B: Ukaga C. N., Onwuliri F. C., Bolaji O. S; Igwe D. U., Oguwuike T. U., Ebiziem N.N, Okolie Nze (2006). Malaria and Mosquito vectors in rural farmers of North Central pat of Ebonyi State Nigerian. Annals of Agric and Environmental Medicine (Poland). 14: 74-81

40.  Anosike J. C., Dozie I.N.S. and Ameh I.G; Ukaga C. N., Nwoke B.E.B, Nzechukwu C.T., Udujih O.S. and Nwosu D. C. (2006). Studies on beneficial effects of Ivermectin (Mectizan R) Treatment in Onchocerciasis Endemic Foci of South Eastern Nigeria. Annals of Tropical and Medical Parasitology 101(7): 1 - 8

41. Nwachukwu M.I., Duru N.C., Ukaga C.N., Nwachukwu I.O. (2006): Incidence of Nosocomial Urinary Tract Infections (NUTI) in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology 20(3): 1268 – 1274

42. Nwoke B.E.B., Nwoke E.A., Dozie I.N.S., Iwuagwu F.O., Ukaga C.N. Anosike J.C. (2005): Public Health Implications of Migration in Africa. In: Farming & Rural Systems Economic: Migration and Livelihood in Southeastern Nigeria 67: 103 -110

43. Ezigbo J. C., Dallah C.N., (2005): The Efficacy of Ivermectin in the Treatment of Onchocerciasis of the Forest Savanah Mosaic Region of Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology 12 (2): 6243 - 6251

44. Nwoke B. E. B., Anosike J. C., Nwoke E. A., Dozie I. N. S., Ukaga C. N., Chukwuocha U. M., (2005): The Impact of Environmental and Climatic Changes on the Epidemiology of Malaria in Nigeria: A Review Article. Medipharm Medical Journal  2(3): 123 - 132

45. Ezigbo J.C., Dallah C.N. (2005): Distribution of onchocercal Nodules in the rainforest savanna mosaic of Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Applied sciences 8(2): 4881 – 4887

46. Ekwunife C. A., Ukaga C. N., Okafor F. C. (2004): Urinary Schistosomiasis in Anambra State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 25: 127-131

47. Anosike J. C., Nwoke B. E. B., Ukaga C. N., Madu G. J., Dozie I. N. S. (2004): Aspects of Intestinal Helminth Parasites of Dogs in World Bank Assisted Housing Estate, New Owerri, Nigeria. African Journal of Applied Zoology and Environmental Biology. 6: 26-29

48. Okolo, C. G., Dallah C. N., Okonkwo P.O (2004): Clinical Manifestations of Onchocerciasis and some Aspects of its Control in Achi, Oji-River Local Government Area, Enugu State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal Of Parasitology. 25: 101-106

49. Anosike J. C., Nwoke B.E.B., Chikere M. C., Ukaga C. N., Ogbusu F. I., Asor J. E., Meribe C. O. Amazuoyi O. U., Ameh I. G., Oku E. E., Udujih O. S. (2004): Bednet Use and Attendance at Antenatal Clinics among Children with Malaria in Ebonyi State, Nigeria African Journal of Applied Zoology and Environmental Biology 6: 115 - 122

50. Anosike J. C., Nwoke B.E.B., Okere A. N., Chukwuagwu C. O., Asor J. E., Ikpeama C. A., Bolaji O. S., Ukaga C. N. (2004) Prevalence of Urinary Schistosomiasis amongst the Ohaukwu People of Eboyi State, Nigeria. African Journal of Applied Zoology & Environmental Biology, 6: 123-127

51. Anosike J. C., Nwoke B.E.B., Onwuliri C.O.E., Obiukwu C.E., Duru A.F., Nwachukwu M.J., Ukaga C.N., Uwaezuoke J.C., Uduji O.S., Amajuoyi O.U., Nkem B.I. (2004): Prevalence of Parasitic Diseases amongst Nomadic Fulanis of South-Eastern Nigeria. Annals of Agriculture and Environmental Medicine 11: 221 - 225

52. Ukaga C. N., Ezigbo J. C., Onyeka P. I. K., Nwoke B. E.B., Anosike J. C., (2003): The Effect of Chloroquine on Male Worms of Onchocerca volvulus In-Vitro.  The Nigerian Journal of Parasitology  24: 71 - 76

53. Ukaga C. N., Nwoke B. E. B., Onyeka P. I. K., (2003): Integrating Women in Disease Management: Case of Malaria. The   Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 24: 53 -58

54. Ukaga C. N., Onyeka P. I. K., (2002): WOMEN’S HEALTH II: The Burden Of Onchocerciasis On The Nigerian Woman. The Negro Educational Review: 53 (3), 93 –96.

55. Onyeka P. I. K. Ukaga C. N., (2002): Women’s   Health I.  The Prevalence of Trichmoniasis Amongst Pregnant Women From Eastern Nigeria (Owerri, Imo State). The Negro Educational Review; 53 (3), 89 – 91.

56. Ukaga C.N., Dozie I. N. S., Nwoke B.E.B. (2001) Validation of Reports of Nodules Dissolution after Repeated Ivermectin Treatment of Onchocerciasis in South Eastern   Nigeria. East Africa Medical Journal; 78 (9): 4 – 6.

57. Ukaga C. N., Dozie I. N. S., Nwoke B.E.B. (2000): Reports of Dissolution of Nodules after Repeated Ivermectin Treatment of Onchocerciasis in Southern Nigeria the Nigeria Journal of  Parasitology;  21:  39 – 44.

58. Ukaga C.N.  and Nwoke B.E.B. (2000):  The Control  of  Tropical Diseases as  a Means of Uplifting the Burden of the African Woman: The Case of Human Onchocerciasis. The  Negro Educational Review; 51 (1-2): 65 – 70.

59. Anosike  J. C., Njoku A. J., Nwoke B.E.B.,  Okoro  O. U., Okere A. N., Ukaga C. N., Adimonye R. N., (2000):  Human Infection with Moniliformis Moniliformis (Bremser 1811) Travassos  1915 in South- Eastern  Nigeria. Annales of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology:  94 (8):  837 – 838.

60. Anosike J. C., Njoku A. J. Nwoke B.E.B., Okoro O. U., Okere A. N., Ukaga C. N., Amadi A.N.C. (2000): The Status of Dracunculiasis in Parts of Isieke Community in  Ebonyi Local Government  Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Tropical Ecology 41 (2): 183 – 193.

61. Nwoke, B.E.B., Mberu B. U., Oha O., Dozie INS & Ukaga C.  N. (1999): Lymphatic filariasis and Onchocercisis in the rain forest of South Eastern Nigeria. WHO/TDR/ID: 931087 WHO Geneva

62. Ukaga C.N. (1997): The Burden of Onchocerciasis in Women:  Case Of  Musculo- Skeletal Pains (MSP).  African Health:  19 (3): 16.

63. Dallah C. N., Ezigbo J. C., (1997): Clinical Manifestations of Onchocerciasis in Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology: 4 (1) 752 – 759.

64. Ezigbo J.C., Dallah C. N., (1996): Onchocerciasis: A Study of Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of the People of Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology: 3 (2) 558 – 564.

65. Dallah C. N., Hoffman W., Rapp J., Okonkwo P.O., Schulz-key H., (1994): The Efficacy of UMF 078 on Acanthocheilonema Vitae and Litosomoides Sigmodontis in Meriones Unguiculatus.  Annales De Parasitologie (Supply); 37 – 39.

66. Rapp J., Dallah C.N., Schulz-Key H., (1994) Parenteral Administration of Cytokines and Drugs in Rodent Filarasis Via Osmotic Pumps. Annales de Parasitologie (SUPPL.): 40 - 42

67. Dallah C. N., Obianyo N., Okonkwo P., (1993): Selective Nodulectomy: Experience in an Onchocerciasis Endemic Savannah Forest Mosaic Area of Nigeria. Orient Journal of Medicine:  5 (4): 107 – 110.

68. Dallah, C. N.  and Ezigbo J.C. (1990):  Effect of Mectizan on Onchocerciasis Patients from Anambra and Cross River States, Nigeria. In Proceedings of Second National Onchocerciasis Conference Kaduna Nigeria August 12 – 15 1990.

69. Ukaga C. N., Ezigbo J. C., Schulz-Key H., (2000): The Role of Administrative Routes in the Efficacy of some Drug Compounds in Rodent Filariasis. East African Medical Journal (in Press).

Note: Some publications were in my maiden name Dallah Chinyere N.


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