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|YEAR OF BIRTH:
||22nd November 1949
Department of Botany,
P. O. Box 7062, /Kampala.
Tel: 256 772 624932
E-mail: email@example.com, / firstname.lastname@example.org
||BSc. Second Class Honours, Upper Division, Makerere University (Botany,
Zoology and Chemistry)
||MSc.(Plant Physiology) Makerere University
||PhD.(Ecophysiology) Makerere University
RELEVANT RESEARCH UNDERTAKEN:
||Special assistant in the Department of Botany, Faculty of Science,
||Lecturer, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Makerere University
||Senior Lecturer Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Makerere University
||Head of Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Makerere University
||Associate Dean, Faculty of Science, Makerere University
||Associate Professor of Botany, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Makerere University.
||Dean, Faculty of Science, Makerere University
|2004 to date:
||Professor of Botany, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Makerere University.
|2005 to date:
||Registered as Environmental Practitioner (EP) with NEMA
|2011 to date:
||Ag. Deputy Principal, College of Natural Sciences, Makerere University
ON-GOING RESEARCH PROJECT
- Chemical pollution in Queen Elizabeth National Park 1973. (Internal Report).(Supported by the Uganda Institute of Ecology).
- Ethnobotanical Studies of Mt. Rwenzori National Park/Forested Area, Bundibugyo District, Western Uganda 1992-1997, (Supported by WWF, England and Makerere University)
- The Germination Ecology, seedling Biology and Some Chemistry of wild Robusta Coffee (Coffea canephora Froehner), 1992-1996. (Supported by Makerere University, NUFU Norway and the African Academy of Sciences, Nairobi).
- Study of the polluted area of Queen Elizabeth Biosphere Reserve/National Park, 1996-1998, (Supported by UNESCO, Paris)
- Ethnobotanical Studies of Mabira Forest Area, Central Uganda, 1999-2003, (Supported by Makerere University).
- Revegetation of the pyrite trails in Queen Elizabeth National Park, 2001-2003, (Supported by FFEM, France)
- Natural regeneration studies in the pyrite trail in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kasese, 2004-2005, (Supported by NORAD. Norway).
- Trends in natural regeneration in the pyrite trail in Queen Elizabeth national Park, 2007- 2008, (Supported by International Foundation for Science, Sweden).
Restoration studies of the polluted and degraded habitats in Kasese District 2010- 2014 Supported by Sida, Sweden
I am the PI and the Co-Investigators are Dr. Muhammad Ntale and Jamilu Ssenku, Professor Backeus from Sorderton University, Sweden
RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED
AREAS OF TEACHING
- 1992-1995 Makerere University Research Grants
- 1992-1995 WWF, England
- 1993- 1996 NUFU PRO18/92 PhD Fellowship, Norway
- 1995- 1996 African Academy of Sciences, Nairobi
- 1996-1998 UNESCO-Paris
- 1999-2003 Makerere University Research Grants.
- 2001-2003 FFEM, France
- viii)2003-2004 NUFU, Norway.
- 2004-2005 NORAD, Norway.
- 2007-2008 International Foundation for Science, Sweden.
- 2010-2014 Sida, Sweden
My current areas of teaching include Plant Physiology
Courses I teach in the Department of Botany:
i. Undergraduate courses
ii. Postgraduate courses
- ETB1206- Plant Structure and Functions
- BOT2202- Plant Physiology
- BCB1202-Ecological Physiology
- BOT3101- Plant Biochemistry
- BOT3102- Environmental Science and Energy Relations of Plant Communities
- BOT3103-Crop Weed Biology
- BOT3206- Plant Physiology
- BOT7229- Mineral Nutrition in Plants
- BOT7230- Plant-Water Relations
- iii)BOT7231- Stress Physiology and Phytoremediation