ANYIKA-ELEKEH, JULIANA UCHENNA

ANYIKA-ELEKEH, JULIANA UCHENNA

PROFESSOR

Biography

A.    PERSONAL DATA

1.      PRESENT RANK: PROFESSOR OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS.

2.      SURNAME: ANYIKA-ELEKEH

3.      OTHER NAMES: JULIANA UCHENNA

6.      SEX: FEMALE

7.      MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED

8.      NATIONALITY: NIGERIAN

9.      STATE OF ORIGIN: ABIA

10.    CONTACT ADDRESS: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS, MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE, PMB 7267

                                                UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE.

11.    PRESENT INSTITUTION: MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE

12.    COLLEGE: APPLIED FOOD SCIENCES AND TOURISM

13.    DEPARTMENT: HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

     

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1.      EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED (WITH DATES):

          (i) PIONEER PRIMARY SCHOOL ONITSHA (1970 – 1976)

          (ii) CHUKWURAH HIGH SCHOOL, ONITSHA (1976 – 1981)

          (iii)  UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA (1984 – 1988)

          (iv)  UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL, ENUGU (1990)

          (v)  UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA (1990 – 1993)

                            (vi)  MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDUKE (1999 – 2007)

 

2.    ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES):

                (i)   FIRST SCHOOL LEAVING CERTIFICATE (1976)

                (ii)  WEST AFRICAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (WASC) ORDINARY

      LEVEL (1981)               

               (iii)    GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION (GCE) ORDINARY                                                

        LEVEL (1982)

               (iii)   BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc) NUTRITION AND DIETETICS (1988)

               (iv)   NIGERIAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION CERTIFICATE (1990)

                (v)   MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc) HUMAN NUTRITION (1993)

                (vi)  DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D) APPLIED HUMAN NUTRITION (CLINICAL NUTRITION) (2007)

 

C.   WORK EXPERIENCE

            1.         PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE OUTSIDE MOUAU:

(a)        Dietetic Intern at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu (1989 – 1990).

(b)        Consultant Nutritionist – Dietitian at Iyi – Enu Hospital, Ogidi, Anambra State (1994 – 1999).

(c)        Lecturer at Victabo Vocational Institute, Akure (1988).

(d)       Appointment as External Examiner: Degree Examinations, University of Uyo (2008 – 2010)

(e)        Appointment as External Examiner: Degree Examinations, Imo State University Owerri (2015 – 2018)

(f)        Appointment as External Examiner: Degree Examinations, Rivers state University of Science and Technology (2015 – 2017)

2.            WORK EXPERIENCE IN MOUAU:

(a)                Assistant Lecturer (Nutrition and Dietetics) (1999 – 2002).

(b)               Lecturer II (Nutrition and Dietetics) (2002 – 2005).

(c)                Lecturer I (Nutrition and Dietetics) (2005 – 2007)

(d)               Senior Lecturer (Nutrition and Dietetics) (2007 – 2010).

(e)                Associate Professor (Nutrition and Dietetics) (2010 – 2013).

(f)                 Professor (Nutrition and Dietetics) (2013 – Date).

(g)               Acting Head of Department of Human Nutrition and Dietetics (2008 – April, 2011).

(h)               Programme Leader of Food Processing and Nutrition Programme (2013 – Date).

(i)                 Deputy Dean, CAFST (2014 – 2016).

(j)                 Hall Warden, Old Female Hostel (2017 – Date).

 

3.                  DUTIES PERFORMED IN MOUAU:

(a)                Ag. HOD, HNUD

(b)                Teaching Postgraduates and Undergraduates

(c)                Postgraduate and Undergraduate Supervision

(d)               Research

D.   MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES/BODIES

(i)                 College Representative (CAERSE), MOUAU (2000 – May, 2012).

(ii)               College Representative (CEET), MOUAU (May,2012 – Date).

            (iii)       Entertainment Committee, HNUD, MOUAU (1999 – 2011).

            (iv)       Decoration Committee, HNUD, MOUAU (1999 – 2014).

            (v)        Chairman, Decoration Sub-Committee, University Ceremonial Committee

                        (UCC), MOUAU (2008 – 2012).

E.   MEMBERSHIP OF OUTSIDE BODIES/  COMMITTEES

           

(i)                 Member, Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Nigeria, God is Able, Christ      the King Chaplaincy, Umudike.

 

            (ii)        Member, Legion of Mary, Our Morning Star, Christ the King Chaplaincy,

                        Umudike.

            (iii)       Patron, Alter Ladies, St. Thomas Aquinas Chaplaincy, MOUA, Umudike.

            (iv)       Member, Church Building Committee, St. Thomas Aquinas Chaplaincy,

                        MOUA, Umudike.

(v)        Member, Federation of African Nutrition Societies (FANUS) 2011 Committee.

F.   MEMBERS OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

           

(i)                 Member, Nigerian Dietetic Association (NDA).

(ii)               Member, Dietitans Associatin of Nigeria (DAN).

            (iii)       Member, Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN)

            (iv)       Member, Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology (NIFST).

  

G.  PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

       (1)  OBIZOBA, I. C. AND ANYIKA, J.U. (1994). Nutritive value of    baobab milk         (gubdi) and mixtures of baobab (Adansonia digitata L.) and hungry rice (Digitaria exilis) flours. J. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition. 46:157 -163

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        (2)  ANYIKA, J.U. (2003). Iron and phosphorus utilization in rats fed soaked and dehulled bambara groundnut supplemented with sorghum or crayfish. J. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition. 58: 53 – 61.

 

        (3) ANYIKA, J.U. (2003). Nutrient composition of fermented Acha (Hungry rice) (Digitaria exilis) grains. Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 24 (1): 13 – 16.

           

        (4) ANYIKA, J.U.  AND UWAEGBUTE, A. C. (2005). Frequency of consumption and nutrient content of some snacks eaten by adolescent female Secondary and University students in Abia State, Nigeria. Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 26 (2): 10 – 14.

 

 

            (5)       ANYIKA, J.U. (2006). The effect of fermentation on the chemical    composition of baobab (Adansonia digitata Linn). Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 27 (2): 95 -100.

 

(6)        UWAEGBUTE, A.C.; ANYIKA, J.U. AND ANIEBET, A.E. (2007). Complementary Feeding Practices and Nutrient Intake of Complementary foods used by mothers in south-eastern Nigeria.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 28(1): 22 – 29.

 

(7)        ANYIKA, J.U. (2007).  Effect of smoking on the Appetite of Adolescent Female Secondary and University Students in Abia State of Nigeria.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 28(1): 30 – 35.

(8)        ANYIKA, J.U. (2007).  A Comparative Study on the effect of pica on the appetite of adolescent female secondary and university students in Abia State of Nigeria.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 28(2): 1 – 6.

(9)        ANYIKA, J.U. (2008).  Alcoholic beverages and carbonated drink intake and their effects on the appetite of adolescent female secondary and university students in Abia State of Nigeria.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 29(I): 87 – 95.

(10)      ANYIKA, J.U.; UWAEGBUTE, A.C.; ONIMAWO, I.A.; ECHENDU, C.A.; ONUEKWUSI, G.C.; IMOH, A.N. AND OKEZIE, C.A. (2008).  Seasonal variation in consumption of roots and tuber crops and factors considered when choosing foods among adolescent female secondary and university students in Abia State of Nigeria.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 29(2): 268 – 275.

 

(11)      ANYIKA, J.U.; UWAEGBUTE, A.C.; ONIMAWO, I.A.; ECHENDU, C.A. (2008).  Factors influencing food intake of adolescent female secondary and university students in Umuahia North and Ikwuano Local Government Areas of Abia State, Nigeria.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 29(I): 125 – 134.

 

(12)     UWAEGBUTE, A.C. AND ANYIKA, J.U. (2008).  Acceptability and Chemical Evaluation of Plantain Fufu and gari (toasted cassava meal) fortified with soybean.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 29(1):  77 – 86.

 

(13)           ONIMAWO, I.A.; ASUMUGHA, V.U.; CHUKWUDI, N.K.; ECHENDU, C.A.; NKWOALA, C.C.; NZEAGWU, O.C.; OKUDU, H. AND ANYIKA, J.U. (2008).  Body composition and nutrient intake of children suffering from worm infestation and malaria parasites.  Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 29(I): 111 – 117.

 

 

 

(14)      ANYIKA, J.U. AND ECHENDU, C.A. (2008).  Frequency, types and reasons for vitamin and mineral supplement use by adolescent female secondary and university students in Abia State of Nigeria.  J. Sustain. Agric. Environ. 10(2): 138 – 144.

 

(15)      ANYIKA, J.U.; UWAEGBUTE, A.C. AND ONIMAWO, I.A. (2008).        Nutrition knowledge and food intake of adolescent female secondary school students in Umuahia North and Ikwuano Local Government Areas of Abia State.  J. of Sustain. Agric. Environ. 10(2): 145 – 153.

 

(16)            ANYIKA, J.U.; OBIZOBA, I.C. AND OJIMELUKWE, P.C. (2009).  Effect of food intake on weight gain, liver weight and composition in rats fed dehulled African Yam bean and bambara groundnut supplemented with  Sorghum or Crayfish.  Pak. J. Nutr. 8(4):  500 – 504.

 

(17)      OKUDU, H. O.; ONIMAWO, I. A. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2009). Income generation and feeding pattern of rural women in some communities of Ikwuano Local Government Area (LGA) of Abia State. J. Food and Fibre Prod. 3 (1): 626-630.

 

(18)     ANYIKA, J. U. AND ECHENDU, C. A. (2009). Effect of family size on body weight and packed cell volume (PCV) of adolescent female secondary and university students in Abia State of Nigeria. Pak. J. Nutr. 8(9):1363-1367.

 

(19)     ANYIKA, J. U.; UWAEGBUTE, A. C.; OLOJEDE, A. O. AND NWAMARAH, J. U. (2009). Nutrient intakes of adolescent girls in secondary schools and universities in Abia State of Nigeria. Pak. J. Nutr. 8(10):1596-1602.

 

(20)     ANYIKA, J. U.; OBIZOBA, I. C. AND NWAMARAH, J. U. (2009). Effect of processing on the protein quality of African yambean and bambara groundnut supplemented with sorghum or crayfish in rats. Pak. J. Nutr. 8(10):1623-1628.

 

(21)     ECHENDU, C. A.; OBIZOBA, I. C. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2009). Effects of germination on chemical composition of groundbean (Kerstiniella geocarpa Harm) seeds. Pak. J. Nutr. 8(12):1849-1854.

 

(22)      ECHENDU, C. A.; OBIZOBA, I. C. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2009). Effects of heat treatments on chemical composition of groundbean (Kerstingiella geocarpa Harm). Pak. J. Nutr. 8(12):1877-1883.

 

 

 

(23)      ECHENDU, C. A.; OBIZOBA, I. C.; NGWU, E. K. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2009). Chemical composition of groundbean based cocoyam, yam and plantain pottage dishes and roasted groundbean. Pak. J. Nutr. 8(11):1768-1790.

 

(24)     ECHENDU, C. A.; OBIZOBA, I. C.; ANYIKA, J. U. AND OJIMELUKWE, P. C. (2009). Changes in chemical composition of treated and untreated hungry rice “acha” (Digitaria exilis). Pak. J. Nutr. 8(11):1779-1785.

 

(25)      ONIMAWO, I. A.; UKEGBU, P. O.; ASUMUGHA, V. U.; ANYIKA, J.U.; OKUDU, H.; ECHENDU, C. A.; NKWOALA, C. AND EMEBU, P. (2010). Assessment of anaemia and iron status of school age children (aged 7-12 years) in rural communities of Abia State, Nigeria. AJFAND 10(5):2570-2586.

 

 (26)     EMEBU, P.K. AND ANYIKA, J.U. (2011). Vitamin and antinutrient composition of Kale (Brassica oleraea) grown in Delta State, Nigeria. Pak. J. Nutr. 10(1):76-79.

 

(27)      EMEBU, P. K. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2011). Proximate and mineral composition of Kale (Brassica oleracea) grown in Delta State, Nigeria. Pak. J. Nutr. 10(2): 190-194.

 

(28)     ANYIKA, J.U.; UWAEGBUTE, A.C.; ONIMAWO, I.A. AND ECHENDU, C.A. (2012).  Use of contraceptives, menstrual history and weight gain among university and secondary school adolescents in Abia State, Nigeria. Pak. J. Nutr. 11(9):863-867.

 

(29)      OBURUOGA, A. C. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2012). Nutrient and antinutrient composition of mungbean (Vigna radiata), acha (Digitaria exilis) and crayfish (Astacus fluviatilis) flours. Pak. J. Nutr. 11(9): 743-746.

 

(30)      UKEGBU, P. O.; UWAEGBUTE, A.C.; IJEH, I. I. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2012). Influence of maternal anthropometric measurements and dietary intake on lactation performance in Umuahia Urban Area, Abia State, Nigeria. Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 33(2): 31-39.

 

(31)      UKEGBU, P. O. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2012). Chemical analysis and nutrient adequacy of maize gruel (pap) supplemented with other food sources in Ngor-Okpala LGA, Imo State, Nigeria. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare. 6(6): 13-21.

 

(32)      EZENWA, H. C.; ONIMAWO, I. A. AND ANYIKA, J. U. (2012). Nutrient composition of fermented and germinated sorghum grits. J. Diet. Assoc. Nig. 3: 80-87.

 

(33)      OBURUOGA, A. C.; ANYIKA, J. U. AND OBIZOBA, I. C. (2012). Micronutrient, antinutrient and liver composition of rats fed mungbean, acha and crayfish blends. J. Diet. Assoc. Nig. 3: 12-20.

 

(34)      Odenigbo, M. A., Asumugha, V. U., Ubbor, S., Nwauzor, C., Otuonye, A. C., Offia-Olua, B. I., Princewill-Ogbonna, I. L., Nzeagwu, O. C., Henry-Uneze, H. N., Anyika, J. U., Ukaegbu, P., Umeh, A. S. AND Anozie, G. O. (2013). Proximate composition and consumption pattern of plantain and cooking-banana. Br. J. Applied Sci. Tech. 3(4):1035-1043.

 

(35)      Ukegbu, P. O., Anyika-Elekeh, J., Uwaegbute, A. C., Ignatius, J., Echendu, C. A., Nkwoala, C. C., Nzeagwu, O. C., Asumugha, V.U. AND Henry-Unaeze, H. N. (2013). Breastfeeding knowledge, beliefs and practices of mothers in Umuahia North Local Government: A baseline study. Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 34(2):107-112.

 

(36)      Ukegbu, P. O.  AND Anyika-Elekeh,J. U. (2013). Influence of maternal characteristics on exclusive breastfeeding among mothers in Umuahia. Malaysian J. Nutr. 19(3):311-323.

 

(37)      Ukegbu, P. O., Iwelumor, A. A., Echendu, C. A., Anyika-Elekeh, J. U., Asumugha, V. U., Uwaegbute, A. C., Omodamiro, S., Abasiekong, K. S., Chukwunonso, E. E., Nwaofia, B. AND Oti, C. (2014). Assessment of lipid profile of a group of undergraduates in Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria. Nig. J. Nutr. Sci. 35(2):11-18.

 

(38)      Ukegbu, P. O., Uwaegbute, A. C., Anyika, J. U., Echendu, C. A. AND Nkwoala, C. C. (2015). Assessment of lactation performance of mothers practicing exclusive breastfeeding in Abia State, Nigeria using test weighing technique. Pioneer J. Med. 5(8):16-24.

 

 

            CHAPTERS IN A BOOK:

            (39)        ECHENDU, C. A. and ANYIKA, J. U. (2004). Fibre in Human Nutrition.      In: Issues in sustainable agriculture in Nigeria. Afamdi, A. and Nwagbo, I. C. (Eds). Osprey Publication Centre, Owerri, Imo State. Pp 233 – 236.

 

 

 

 

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:.

 

        (40)         ANYIKA, J. U. (2002). Micro mineral composition of some green leafy           vegetables eaten in south-eastern Nigeria. Proceedings of 26th Annual NIFST       Conference, November 4th to 8th, 2002, Owerri, Imo State. Pp30 – 32.

 

(41)       ANYIKA, J. U. (2003). Nutrition in early childcare: A means to behavioural change. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference and Scientific meeting of Nutrition Society of Nigeria, 26th to 29th November, 2003, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State. Pp 66-68.

 

(42)      ANYIKA, J. U.  AND ECHENDU, C. A. (2008). The interaction between nutrition, women empowerment and poverty reduction in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference and Scientific meeting of Nutrition Society of Nigeria, 24th to 27th September, 2008, Department of Home Science, Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State. Pp 167 – 171.   

 

H.  CONFERENCE/WORKSHOPS/SEMINAR ATTENDED

(i)                   28th Annual Conference of Nigerian Dietetic Association, 17th to 20th Nov., 1999 at Hotel Presidential Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria.

 

(ii)                  31st Annual Conference of Nutrition Society of Nigeria, 6th to 9th Nov., 2000 at Centre for women Development, Garki, Abuja, Nigeria.

 

(iii)               1st inauguration / 1st Annual Conference of National Association of Women Academics (NAWACS), 2nd to5th April, 2001 at Chinua Achebe Arts Theatre, University of Calabar.

 

(iv)                1st inauguration / 1st Annual Conference of Nigerian Cancer Society, 27th to 29th June, 2001 at Michael Okpara Auditorium Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria.

 

(v)                 Breastfeeding week Conference, 2nd to 8th August, 2001 at Michael Okpara Auditorium Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria.

 

(vi)                13th Annual Conference of Nigerian Soybean Association (NSA), 14th to 15th Oct., 2001 at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria.

 

(vii)             33rd Annual Conference of Nigerian Dietetic Association, 1st to 4th September, 2004 at Aminu kano Teaching Hospital, Kano State, Nigeria.

 

(viii)           Workshop on food based approach at Okigwe Health Centre, Imo State from 10th to 14th October, 2000.

 

(ix)                UNICEF sponsored workshop on: Going beyond breastfeeding – challenges for food processing at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria.

 

(x)                 2nd Annual national workshop of the Nigerian Dietetic Association (NDA) organized in collaboration with the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) Enugu at Hotel Presidential Enugu, Enugu State on 18th March, 2004.

 

(xi)               3rd Annual national workshop of the Nigerian Dietetic Association (NDA) on standardization of indigenous local foods in the treatment of diseases held at University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan on 31st August, 2005.

 

(xii)             Workshop on capacity building for lecturers of Universities in Nigeria, organized by the Education Trust Fund (ETF) at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria from 7th to 9th August, 2006.

 

(xiii)           Workshop on conduct of examinations at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria on 29th August, 2006.

 

(xiv)           Annual workshop on Procedural Approach to Patient Evaluation at University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin City, Edo State from 19th to 23rd September, 2006.

 

(xv)             International Conference and workshop organized by Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) Nigeria on prospects and challenges of girl-child education and development at Imo State University Auditorium, Owerri, Nigeria from 13th  to 19th May, 2007.

 

(xvi)      38th Annual Conference and Scientific meeting of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) held at Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Edo State, fro, Wednesday 21st to Saturday 24th November, 2007.

 

(xvii)       39th Annual Conference of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria held at Princess Alexandria Auditorium (PAA), University of Nigeria, Nsukka from 24th to 27th September, 2008.

 

(xviii)   1st National Workshop and Annual Conference of Dietitians Association of Nigeria (DAN) held at Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), Ituku-Ozalla, Enugu from 8th to 11th  September,2009.

 

(xix)         40th  Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting of Nutrition Society of Nigeria held at Owena International Motels, Akure, Ondo State from 22nd to 25th September, 2009.

 

(xx)           2nd National Workshop and Annual Conference of Dietitians Association of Nigeria (DAN) held at Conference Hall, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH), Calabar from 13th to 18th September, 2010.

 

(xxi)         41st Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) held at Conference Hall, Arewa House, Kaduna from 20th to 25th September, 2010.

 

(xxii)       2nd Federation of African Nutrition Societies (FANUS) Conference held at International Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria from 12th to 15th September, 2011.

 

(xxiii)     3rd National Workshop and Annual Conference of Dietitians Association of Nigeria (DAN) held at Multi-Purpose Hall, Federal Medical Centre, Owerri, Imo State from 17th to 22nd October, 2011.

 

(xxiv)     42nd Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of Nutrition Society of Nigeria (NSN) held at Nelrose Hotel, Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria from 19th to 25th September, 2012.

 

 

I.    OTHERS.

(i)      COMPLETED POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION:

 

 

S/N

Name of Candidate Supervised

PGDProject/Thesis/Dissertation

Date

Degree Awarded

1.

Emebu, Prosper Kome

(MOUAO/PG/PGD/06/1045)

Nutrient, antinutrient composition of Kale (Brassica oleracea) and sensory evaluation of soups prepared with Kale

June, 2010

PGD

2.

Orji, Chibuzor V. (MOUAU/PG/PGD/05/818

Assessment of nutritional status of primary school children in two Local Government Areas of Abia State.

June, 2010

MSc

3.

Abasiodiong, Iniubong Odiong (MOUAU/PG/PGD/06/1042)

Nutritional status of school children 5-10 years in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

July, 2010

PGD

4.

Oburuoga, Adanma Chinagorom (MOUAU/PG/M.Sc/06/1024)

Proximate analysis, sensory and biological evaluation of mungbean, acha and crayfish flours and blends in adult rats.

July, 2011

M.Sc

 

 

 

 

5.

Ukegbu, Patricia Ogechi (MOUAU/PG/Ph.D/07/1316)

Effect of maternal nutrition and body composition on lactation performance and breast milk composition.

March, 2012

Ph.D(Joint supervision                                                                                                                                         by Uwaegbute, A.C., Ijeh,                                                                                                                                                   I. I. and Anyika, J.U.)

6.

Obike, Onyinyechi Nwabugwu (MOUAU/PG/M.Sc/05/888)

Nutrient composition and sensory evaluation of products made from turmeric (Nigerian curcuma longa 2).

November, 2012

M.Sc

 

 

 

 

 

7.

Erondu, Constance Chidinma

(MOUAU/PG/PGD/07/1310)

 

Cholesterol profile and dietary pattern of patients attending medical clinic at Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia

March, 2014

PGD

8.

Ikpemo, Kelechi Oluchi (MOUAU/PG/M.Sc/07/1302)

Effects of processing on nutrient composition, antinutrient content and organoleptic properties of (Euphorbia heterophylla) leaves (‘Ogwu afo’).

June, 2014

M.Sc

9.

Achinihu, Gladys Agwabunma (MOUAU/PG/Ph.D/09/1601)

Evaluation of food and nutrition security, coping strategies and nutritional status of rural households of south east, Nigeria.

May, 2015

Ph.D(Joint supervision                                                                                                                                    by Uwaegbute, A.C.,                                                                                                                                                      and Anyika-elekeh, J.U.)

10.

Ezenwa, Happiness Chidinma (MOUAU/PG/Ph.D/10/1815)

Lifestyle and non communicable diseases among market women in Abia State.

March, 2016.

Ph.D(Joint supervision                                                                                                                                           by Uwaegbute, A.C.,                                                                                                                                                   and Anyika-Elekeh, J.U.)

 

 

J.     EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

(i)         Sewing

(ii)        Knitting and chrochetting

(iii)       Cooking and baking.

 

K.   REFEREES

(i)           PROF. ECHENDU, C. A.

              DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS,

              MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE,

              P.M.B. 7267 UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE, NIGERIA.

 

(ii)         PROF. UCHECHI EKWENYE

              DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY,

              MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE,

              P.M.B. 7267 UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE, NIGERIA.

 

(iii)       PROF. GEOGINIA ANOZIE

            DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS,

            MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE,

             P.M.B. 7267 UMUAHIA, ABIA STATE, NIGERIA.