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DEPARTMENT OF VET. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Animal Physiology
Doctor of Philosophy in Veterinary Anatomy and Cell Biology
Master of Science in Comparative Animal Physiology
Comparative Animal Physiology
Muthungu Joyce Wanjiku
Master of Science in Veterinary Anatomy and Cell Biology
Recent Research Projects
Capacity building for traditional rural herbalists in Kenya.
Commercialization of medicinal and aromatic plants products in Kenya.
Fuctional Morphology and Morphometry of the Ruminant Stomach
Pharmacophysiological Anticancer Potential of Medicinal Plants used in Kakamega County, Kenya
Structure of the Olfactory Mucosa in the Rufous Sengi Overview
The Utility of a Manual Liquid Based Cytology in Screening for PreCancerous Lesion and Cervical Cancer
3. Non-lethal Sampling Techniques in Fish Liver following exposure to the Sub-Lethal Concentration of Sodium Selenate.
Alternative and Complementary Cancer Therapy using Medicinal Plants: From Molecular Characterization to Pre-Clinical Testing.
Analysis of the Efficacy and Safety of inhaled leaf extracts of Lippia javanica
Functional and Developmental Structure of the Ostrich Cam.
Gross and Histological study of Nasal and Brain olfactory structures in the grass cutter
IDRC –LVIF Gender and Livestock Innovations grant in collaboration with the AFROHUN network: Action research to support women’s agency and empowerment in livestock vaccine distribution, delivery and use in Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya.
Slight volume changes in the duck lung do not imply a fundamental change in the structure of the parenchyma
Validation of Traditional Herbal Medicines and Commercialisation
Featured Research Projects
Upcoming Research Project
Natural Products Cancer Therapeutics
Structural and Molecular Aspects of Axonal Function in Large Mammals
Anatomical features of the brain and spinal cord of the marsh terrapin (Pelomedusa subrufa)
Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice Survey of Dog Keepers to Welfare and Dog-mediated Rabies in Makueni County, Kenya
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Prof. Kiama Stephen Gitahi
Professor Geoffrey Moriaso Ole Maloiy
The Late Prof. Wango Emmanuel Omol
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION (J42)
BACHELOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE (BVM)
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