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Dominic A. EDOH

Qualifications: BSc MSc (KNUST) PhD (Basel)

Specialization: Parasitology, Molecular Biology, Genetics
E-mail: edoh@ug.edu.gh

Research Activity/Interests
  • Water quality, sanitation and environmental health issues
  • Distribution, characterization and management of parasitic diseases (e.g. Malaria, Bilharzias and Intestinal Worms)
  • Antibiotic and malaria drug resistance in communities
  • Clinical genetics; distribution of genetic disorders
  • Isolation and characterization of fish parasites using electron microscopy
  • Effectiveness of herbal extracts in disease control
  • Epidemiology of zoonotic diseases
Selected Publications
  •   Donkor, E, Kayanga, B., Quaye, K. Edoh, D., Owusu-Okyere, G (2009) Microbial quality of sweet green pepper (Capsicum annuum Grossum) sold in Accra. Ghana Journal of Allied Science.12: 22-27
  • Edoh, D. & Arko-Boham, B. (2009) Genetics and fingerprinting: hereditary identity among Ghanaian individuals. Nigerian Annals of Natural Science, 8(1) 19-24
  • Edoh D.A., Ewool, J., Owusu, E.O., Davis H., & Ofori-Danson, P.K. (2009)
  • Scanning electron microscopy of Neoechinorhynchus rutili (Acanthocephala: Neoechinorhynchidae), in Sarotherodon melanotheron (Rupell, 1852), the black-chinned Tilapia from an open lagoon in Ghana
  • Fening, K & Edoh, D. (2009) The impact of socio-economic status and sanitationlevels on the prevalence of diarrhoeal diseases in the Akim Oda area of Ghana.Internet Journal of Epidemiology 6 (2): 1-9
  • Fuseini, G., Edoh, D. Kalifa, B., & Knight, D. (2009) Plasmodium and intestinal helminth distribution among pregnant women in the Kassena Nankana District of Northern Ghana. Journal of Entomology and Nematology. 1(2): 19-24.
  • Obiri-Danso, K., Acheampong, L.O., Edoh, D.A. (2009) Cure rate of Tuberculosis patients using DOTS programme in Kumasi metropolis, Ghana. Internet Journal of Pulmonary Medicine, 11 (1): 1-32.
Relevant Information
  • Head, Department of Zoology (now Animal Biology & Conservation Science (2005-2008)
  • Certified Educationist
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (National and International Projects, TALIF)
  • Expertise in Educational Administration and Quantitative Evaluation


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