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CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
- Workshop on Teaching of Science Sponsored by British Council 4th– 6thOctober, 1995.
- 15thAnnual Scientific Conference and Seminar on changing Patterns in Communicable diseases- Dar-es-salaam Tanzania March, 18th–20th Presented a paper.
- Science Teachers Workshop – Sponsored by GTZ at Technical Institute, Nairobi, Nov. 11 – 18 1999, Nairobi.
- Completed the computer – based training course for National Institute of Health (NIH) Institutional Research Review Board (IRB) members. Date: 07/03/2006.
- Workshop on enhancing the role of research ethnics committee in research oversight – KEMRI CVBCR – KISUMU. 12th– 13thJuly 2006.
- Training on Biosafety and Good Clinical Practice- April 2007
- 1stNational Conference and Exhibition For Dissemination of Research Results and Review of Innovations April 28-30, 2008,Nairobi, Kenya; Presented a paper.
- 5thPANMIMconference on Building Knowledge for Action. Presented a paper #251 [MIM16696589].
- 58thASTMH conference on Global Health to the Whole world: Presented a paper #203
- 58thASTMH conference on Global Health to the Whole world: Participated in a course titled Clinical Pre-Meeting Course: the Highly Prevalent Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs): Update on Clinical Aspects and Novel Approaches to Control.
Paper: Dar-Es-Salaam Tanzania March, 18th –20th 1997. Plasmodium Falciparum Examining Parasite Adhesion Phenotypes Among Samples Obtained From Symptomatic And Asymptomatic Donors In A Malaria Holoendemic Area Of Western Kenya.
Paper: April 28-30, 2008, Nairobi, Kenya; Association between parasite adhesion and falciparum malaria in individuals living in a malaria holoendemic area of Western Kenya.
Paper: #251 [MIM16696589]: 5thPANMIMconferenceNov 2-6th2009, Nairobi, Kenya.IFNg Responses to Plasmodium falciparum Antigens in Areas of Unstable Transmission Decrease in Periods of Very Low or Absent Transmission.
Poster#203 Nov 18-22, 2009 Washington DC, USA 58thASTMH conference IFNg Responses to Plasmodium falciparum Antigens in Areas of Unstable Transmission Decrease in Periods of Very Low or Absent Transmission
Association between Parasite Adhesion Phenotype and Clinical Malaria in Individuals living in Malaria holoendemic area of Western Kenya. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment for the Degree of Master of Philosophy in Zoology, Moi University.