CURRICULUM VITAE Dr. Nancy Budambula, Ph.D. MSc. BSc. Contact:
New Science Complex, 2nd floor e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer / Chairperson Botany Department
Previous Cccupations:Programme Officer, Project Officer and Environment Consultant. Recognition :
Honoured and recognized in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering in the 10th Anniversary Edition of 2008-2009
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Ph.D. Microbiology JKUAT and George-August University Göttingen, Germany Thesis: Sewage and metal pollution of Nairobi River and their impact on resident bacteria and fish MSc. Genetics. Kenyatta University Thesis: Some genetic effects of agrochemicals on nitrogen fixing bacteria.
Bachelor of Science with major in Botany and a minor in Zoology and Geography. Kenyatta University
4th year research project: Genotoxicity studies with Ambush, Delan and Dithane M-45. 1986-1987 A-level. Kenya High School, Nairobi. 1982-1985 O-level. Kenya High School, Nairobi. 1975-1981
Certificate of Primary School. Kamimei Primary School, Nandi. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE I Management- Chairman, Department of Botany 2009 to Present
Responsibilities: Chief Administrator of the Department and Chief Examination officer of the Department. Responsible for the day to day running of Department, coordinates teaching, research and instruction of undergraduate and postgraduate of students. Oversees policy formulation, coordinates syllabus review, budget preparation, workplan and procurement plans. Responsible for allocating duties to staff members of the Department. II Teaching experience at the University 2007 to Present: Senior Lecturer at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). Research and supervision of PhD, MSc and BSc students as well as teaching genetics, biotechnology and microbiology to undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Botany. 1998 to 2007: Lecturer at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). Taught Genetics, Biotechnology and Microbiology in the Department of Botany. 1995 to 1998: Assistant Lecturer at JKUAT. Taught Genetics based coursed to undergraduate students in the Department of Botany. Programme Management 2004 to 2006: Programme Coordinator. Medical Microbiology Programme at Jomo Kenyatta
University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT)
Environment Consultant: Environment Liason Centre International 1995 to 1997: Environment Consultant at Kenya Energy and Environment Organizations 1994 to 1995: Project officer at KENGO IV Administration and Public Office 2009 to Present Chairman, Department of Botany, JKUAT 2010 to Present Member Monitoring and Evaluation Committee Innovation Fund of JKUAT. 2009 to 2012 Co-chairperson JKUAT graduation protocol committee 2008 to Present: Member JKUAT Laboratory Management Board 2008 to Present: Member Interim Board of Africa Biotechnology Stakeholders Forum. 1996 to 1999 Member: Interministerial Committee on Environment Subcommittee Desertification 1996 to 1999:
Member of the Board of Directors of Climate Network Africa
1995 to 1999:
Member and secretary to the National NGOs Coordinating Committee on Desertification
• Bioprospecting for novel microorganisms from the environment • Water pollution • Antibiotic resistance • Viral genetics
1. Kwange S.O. and N.L.M.Budambula(2010). Effectiveness of antituberculosis treatment
among patients receiving highly active antiretroval therapy at Vihiga District Hospital in 2007. Inidan Journal of Medical Microbiology 28: 21-25.
2. Mwirichia R.K., N. M.Budambula and H.I. Boga (2009). Isolation, characterization and
identification of Enterobacteriaceae from well water in Juja Town in Kenya. Journal of Tropical Microbiology and Biotechnololgy 5:31-36.
3. Budambula N. L. M. and E. C. Mwachiro (2009) Isolation of 2-napthol utilising bacteria
from Nairobi River.Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology 11:85-102
4. Okoth E. O., S. G. Odhiambo and N. L. M. Budambula (reviewed and resubmitted).
Laboratory surveillance of cholera in Nyanza Province. Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology.).
5. Budambula N. L. M. The challenge of antibiotic resistance (2008) Lead paper. 2008
JKUAT Scientific, Technological and Industrialization Conference.
6. Wahiu F. W. and N. L. M. Budambula (2007) Characterization of bacterial contaminants
in milk hawked at Kahawa West. Proceedings of the 2008 JKUAT Scientific, Technological and Industrialization Conference. Pages 292-302.
7. Nzau B., S. Kariuki and N. L. M. Budambula(2007) Antimicrobial resistance in Salmonellaenterica serotype typhimurium and Salmonellaenterica serotype enteritids Proceedings of the 2008 JKUAT Scientific, Technological and Industrialization Conference. Pages 227-233.
8. Budambula N. L. M., E. C. Mwachiro and N. M. Gitonga (2006) Antibiotic resistance of
bacteria isolated from Nairobi River. Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Science 8: 9-12.
9. Budambula N. L. M. and E. C. Mwachiro (2006) Isolation and characterization of
naphthalene utilising bacteria from Nairobi River. Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Science. 8: 1-8.
10. Budambula N. L. M and E. C. Mwachiro (2006) Metal status of Nairobi River Waters and
Bioaccumulation of Metals in Labeo Cylindricus. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 169:275-291.
11. Budambula N. L. M., E. C. Mwachiro, N. M. Gitonga and S. Kariuki (2004) Isolation of
Mercury, Zinc and Cadmium resistant bacteria from Nairobi River. Proceedings of the 2nd Regional Microbiology Conference Recent advances in microbial research and their implications to Health, Agriculture and Environment. Pages 181-190.
12. Budambula N and P. Wangari (1998) Proceedings of the International workshop on Women and Desertification.Environmental Liason International Centre.
13. Budambula N. (1995) Implementing the Desertification Convention: The Kenyan THESES SUPERVISION Doctor of philosophy Students Ochwoto Missiani 2011 to date
Aetiology of viral hepatitis in selected hospitals in Kenya. Sila Onesmus Nzung’a 2012 to date
Characterization and use of bacteriophages from Nairobi River, Kenya. Master of Science Students Romano K. Mwirichia 2005 to 2006 graduated
Isolation and Characterization of Enterobacteriaceae from Well water in Juja town and its surroundings Ogot O. Hellen 2005 to 2007 graduated
Isolation, characterization and identification of pesticide degrading bacteria isolated from the soil and intestinal
Eddy Okoth Odari 2009 to 2010 graduated.
Evaluation of a “combination” Elisa Kit and genotyping performance of restriction fragment length polymorphism among Hepatitis C virus infected patients’ sera. Moses Mucugi Njire 2009 to 2011 graduated
Antimicrobial effects of selected herbal extracts on clinical multi-drug resistant Gram-negative bacteria. Doris Wangari Ndegwa 2008 to 2011 graduated
Characterisation of aminoglycoside resistant bacterial strains implicated in invasive infections in Kenya. Regina Ronoh 2010 to 2012
Genetic diversity of actinobacteria in Lake Magadi. Christabel Muhonja 2010 to 2012
Characterisation of antibiotic resistance among environmental enteric pathogens in Gatwekera village of Kibera slum-Kenya. Simeon Kwange Owour 2011 to date
Distribution of Hepatitis B virus genotypes and frequency of its mutants among Blood Donors in selected regional blood transfusion centres in Kenya Agnes Omire 2012 to date
Genetic variability of the Human Papillomavirus among HIV positive and HIV negative women attending reproductive health clinic at Kenyatta National Hospital. Edith Mnyazi Muwawa 2012 to date
Assessment of dynamics of nitrogen species and microsymbionts in soils, guts and nest materials of termites. Ruth Gechemba Onchwari 2012 to date Isolation and characterization of Rhizosphere bacteria from banana plants within juja with potential to improve plant growth. Kerosi Danvas Ongwacho 2012 to date Genetic variability of Human immunodeficiency virus and Hepatitis B among HIV/Hepatitis BC coinfected intravenous drug users in Malindi. Bachelor of Science Students
Douglas Kinyua Muthomi Research title: Antibiotic resistance of metal tolerant bacteria from soil in Juja area. Anita Owino Research title: Heavy metals as indicators of pollution; a case study of Dandora dumpsite. Kenya Edith Ramita Research title: Antimicrobial resistance of enteric bacteria isolated from urine of patients at Nairobi Women’s Hospital Joy Chuki Mauti Research title Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of Salmonell and Shigella (2000-2009) isolated in KEMRI-CMR opportunistic infections bacteriology laboratory. 5. 2007-2008 Mugweru Julius Research title: Bacteriological analysis of water from Ruiru river. 6. 2007-2008 Kajambo Mutili Said Research title: Genotoxicity analysis of Terminalia Spinosa using Vicia faba root meristem cells. Owuor Kwange Simeon Research title: Bacteriological response to treatment of pulmonary Tuberculosis in patients receiving Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) at Vihiga District Hospital. Perpetua Wangeci Ndung'u Research title: The isolation and characterization of Metal resistant bacteria from Thiririka River. Ruth Wanja Njenga 10. Research title: Bacteriological analysis of Rastrionobela argentea From Githurai,
Gikomba, Kenyatta and Nairobi city market.
2007 Violet Afandi Kisato Research title: Prevalence of latent tuberclosis in HIV positive patients attending comprehensive care centre at Kakamega Provincial Hospital. Okoth Eddy Odari Research title: Laboratory surveillance on the prevalence Of Rotavirus and Campylobacter jejuni caused diarrhea and antibiotic susceptibility Of Salmonella, Shigella and Vibrio cholerae in Bondo and Siaya districts February to May 2007. Research title: Effects of alcohol consumption on bacterial populations in the human gastrointestinal tract. Mukundi Dan Research title: Assessment of bacterial contamination within Jomo Kenyatta University telephones Owaka Samuel Arach Research title: Bacteriological status of Thiririka River Waters 15. 2006-2007 Mwereru Mutisya Kelvin Research title: Genotoxicity studies on effects of crude plant extract of Artemisia annua L. and Conventional Artemisinin pharmaceutical drugs in Vicia faba root meristem cells. 2006-2007 Esther Wambui Kiragu Research title:
Genotoxic potential of commonly used food seasonings.
17. 2006-2006 Elizabeth Adhiambo Ombech Research title: Isolation of soil microorganisms with potential antimicrobial activity. 18. 2006-2006 Wahiu Francis Wang’ondu Research title: Characterization of bacteria in milk hawked in Kahawa west. 19. 2006-2006 Muhanji Brian Khasimwa Research title: Control of microbial contamination in the Botany GK laboratory 20. 2006-2006 Benjamin Muli Nzau Research title: Antimicrobial resistance in Salmonella typhimurium and Salmonella enteritidis 21. 2005-2006 Michael Omondi Aringo, Research title: Genotoxic potential of Phyllanthus niruri 22. 2005-2007 Ogot Hellen Odhiambo, Research title: Isolation, characterization and identification of pesticide degrading bacteria isolated from the soil and intestinal tracts of termites from around Juja; Thika district. 23. 2005-2005 George Gichira Wambugu Research title: Bacteriological analysis of water used to wash vegetables by vendors in Nairobi Markets. 24. 2005-2005 Marion Wangui Kiguoya Research title: Tetracycline resistance; evidence in Escherichia coli isolated from chicken droppings. 25. 2003-2004 Jeremiah Ngirigacha Research title: Isolation and characterization of copper resistant bacteria from Fourteen Falls
POSTGRADUATE INTERNAL EXAMINER More than 30 Master of Science theses and three Doctor of Philososphy theses from four faculties/institutes in JKUAT examined in the last five years. POST GRADUATE EXTERNAL EXAMINER External examiner of postgraduate thesis for other universities in Kenya.
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