Mrs Bilha Saki Ogola

Mobile Number +254 722406860 Email: bilha@mmarau.ac.ke

Journals & Publications

  • 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.

Workshops, Seminars & Conferences

      Conferences and Workshops 

  • Workshop on Teaching of Science Sponsored by British Council 4th– 6th October 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 the 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– 13th July 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.

      Conference Presentations

  • 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
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