Nationalities of visiting scientists and graduate students using BecA
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Nationalities of visiting scientists and graduate students using BecA

Poster for the ILRI Annual Program Meeting (APM) 2010, held at ILRI campus, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, April 14-17, 2010.
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Nationalities of visiting scientists and graduate students using BecA Anthony Pariyo Salma Hassan Dr Likyelesh Gugsa National Crops Resources Research Institute, Helen Butiengi Asmerom Habte Central Veterinary Research Laboratory, Khartoum, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Namulonge, Uganda Makerere University, Uganda National Agricultural Research Institute of Sudan Ethiopia Genetic Diversity of Cassava Varieties in the Great Training in pathogen profiling pipeline software Epidemiological studies on sheep Theileriosis Eritrea Application of Biotechnology Tools to Accelerate Lakes Region of Africa to analyse 454 metagenome sequence data Genotyping sorghum accessions from the in Sudan TEF improvement in Ethiopia Eritrean gene bank Benard Yada Alemu Tirfessa Teddy Amuge Nasrein Kamal National Crops Resources Research Institute, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, National Crops Resources Research Institute, University of Gezira, Medani, Sudan Namulonge, Uganda Ethiopia Characterization of sweetpotato genetic potential Namulonge, Uganda Training in molecular biology techniques Molecular techniques and genotyping of in Uganda Genotyping Cassava for Biodiversity Ethiopia sorghum germplasm Dr Mohamed Omar Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Environment, Emmanuel Kapande Mbeyagala Sarah Nabulime Seruwagi Shadia Salih Mogadishu, Somalia Makerere University, Uganda Makerere University, Uganda Mohammed Hussein Training in livestock genotyping and Agricultural Research Institute, Medani, Sudan Genetic diversity of sorghum landraces in Uganda Genetic diversity of sorghum landraces Hawassa University College of Agriculture, diagnostic techniques Molecular and phenotypic characterization of in Uganda sorghum in Eastern and Central Africa Ethiopia Training on molecular genotyping data analysis Dr Abdisalam Bobo Bosaso Port Veterinary Office, Somalia Gladys Omoding Robert Kawuki Yasir Hussin Training in livestock genotyping and Makerere University, Uganda National Crops Resources Research Institute, Agricultural Research Institute, Medani, Sudan diagnostic techniques Marker-assisted breeding of the stay-green trait Namulonge, Uganda of sorghum to enhance terminal drought Molecular techniques and genotyping of Genetic diversity and phenotypic trait variation sorghum germplasm tolerance in eastern Africa in Cassava Martin Esau, Eugene Kidega, Dr. Margaret Saimo Godfrey Nsereko Makerere University, Uganda Central Veterinary Laboratory, Evaluation of recombinant tick gut and salivary Entebbe, Uganda Esther Masumba gland antigens as anti-tick vaccine candidates Training in PCR diagnostics Agricultural Research Institute, Tanzania Training on molecular biology techniques Geradina Mzena Kehinde Soetan Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, University of Ibadan,Nigeria Tanzania Livestock Disease diagnostics, genotyping and Cassava high density mapping project bioinformatics Heneriko Kulembeka Agricultural Research Institute, Mikocheni, Tanzania Genetic mapping of resistance/tolerance to cassava brown streak disease in landraces of Tanzania Gaby Mbanjo University of Yaoundé I ,Cameroon Raphael Sallu SSR and SNP Mapping of a banana diploid Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania population Diversity study of sorghum using genotyping and phenotyping methods Jean Paul Assam Assam University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon Catherine Gwandu Applications of genomics approaches in the Agricultural Research Institute, Mikocheni, characterization of human and bovine tubercle bacilli Tanzania in Cameroon, and implications for disease control SSR genotyping of sweet potato Juliette Nahjella Nyonka University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon Seperatus Paschal Kamuntu Applications of genomics approaches in the Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania characterization of human and bovine tubercle bacilli Sweet sorghum DNA extraction for genotyping in Cameroon, and implications for disease control using SSR markers and DART technology Zachariah Makondo Sokoine Institute of Agriculture, Tanzania BOVIGAM assay for the Diagnosis of Bovine Tuberculosis. Abraham Mayoke National Laboratory of Public Health/ Marien Ngouabi Richard Mwakapuja University, Congo Brazaville Sokoine Institute of Agriculture, Tanzania Evaluation of the diversity of attacin gene in Glossina BOVIGAM assay for the Diagnosis of Bovine pallidipes populations in Kenya Tuberculosis. Mpansu Bidiaka INERA – National Cassava Program Kinshasa/ Adelina DaConcecao Machado Gombe Eduardo Modlane University, Mozambique Democratic Republic of Congo BOVIGAM assay for the Diagnosis of Bovine Genotyping of cassava varieties from DRC Tuberculosis. Jorge Maria Baptista Eduardo Modlane University, Mozambique BOVIGAM assay for the Diagnosis of Bovine Marie Claire Kanyange Tuberculosis. Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Rwanda Molecular characterization of cassava from Rwanda Frederico Madabula Instituto de Investigacao Agraria de Mocambique Theophile Ndacyayisenga Molecular characterization of cassava from Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Rwanda Mozambique Training in plant molecular markers Annie Njoroge Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Rwanda Training in crop genotyping and virus diagnostics Isabelle Ralimanana Centre National de Recherche Appliquee au Developpement Rural, Madagascar Cassava genetic diversity with molecular markers Anastaste Nduwayezu Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Rwanda Training in crop genotyping and virus diagnostics Cassandra Olds Ondestepoort Verterinary Institute, South Africa Effects of anti-tick vaccines on transmission of Theileria parva, the causative agent of East Coast Fever Michel Ntimpirangeza Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Burundi Training in plant DNA extraction Rosemary Mutegi Dr Dominic Mijele Bramwell Wanjala IITA-Kenya, with KARI Mr Joseph Maina KARI-Biotechnology Centre, Nairobi, Kenya Determining the molecular and physiological basis Kenya Wildlife Services (1)  Training on microsatellite analysis of plants of drought tolerance in cassava Training in Mycobacterium bovis detection using (2)  Genotyping of East African Napier grass the BoviGam assay accessions Bonaventure O. Aman Bartholomew Ondigo, Arthur Karugu Munyiri International Centre of Insect Physiology and Rose Wangari Kuruma Maseno University, Kenya Nairobi University, Kenya Kennedy Nduati Ecology (ICIPE), Nairobi, Kenya Kenya Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP): Phenotypic and genetic diversity of drought Egerton University, Kenya Genetic analysis of Teretrius nigrescens, predator improving antibody-based diagnostics tolerance traits in Kenyan sorghum landraces Bioinformatics training Diversity of Kenyan cowpea based on of the larger grain borer Prospetpahus truncatus and T-cell assays morphological and genetic markers Charles Ochieng Orek Brian Karisa Daniel Mwereo University of Nairobi, Kenya Charles Lungaho Samuel Muiruri University of Nairobi, Kenya University of Nairobi, Kenya University of Nairobi, Kenya Understanding gene expression associated with Kenya Agricultural Research Institute Estimating the prevalence of illegal bushmeat sold Application of linear mixed models in microarray the Stay-Green trait for drought-tolerance in Training in plant DNA extraction Training in crop molecular techniques analysis in Nairobi, using DNA barcoding cassava Prof. Erastus Kangethe, University of Dickson Kinyanyi Moses Nyine Esther Kanduma Nairobi; Erastus Mulinge, Dorcas Kavembe University of Nairobi, Kenya IITA-Uganda University of Nairobi, Kenya Kenya Medical Research Institute University of Nairobi, Kenya Protein structure prediction on a genomic scale: Banana genotyping Genotyping of field strains of the tick vector Health risk analysis of cryptosporidiosis in Development of molecular tools for illegal Application to the African Swine Fever Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Nairobi bushmeat identification Virus genome Geoffrey Mugambi Meru Evans Mutegi Margaret Katumbi Ismail Rabbi ICRISAT-Kenya Gene Bank, Kenya Agricultural John Gachohi University of Nairobi, Kenya ICRISAT-Kenya Harnessing modern science in Africa to sustain Research Institute (KARI) Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), Kenya Molecular characterisation of the grey leaf spot Estimation of out-crossing rates, pollen dispersal sorghum and millet production for resource Environmental risk management of sorghums in East Coast Fever Epidemiology pathogen (Cercospora zeae-maydis ) and farmers’ seed systems in sorghum poor farmers Mali and Kenya: gene flow studies from crop to weeds Musa Mulongo Nicholas Nyagi Mark Nanyingi ILRI, Kenya Julius Okora Nelson Ndegwa Gichora Animal Research Centre, University of Nairobi, Kenya Agricultural Research Institute ( KARI), Kenya Evaluation of LppQ-T1/44 as a vaccine Kenya Agicultural Research Institiute (KARI) Natural acaricides: toxic effects of plant extracts IITA-Kenya Mapping Sorghum midge resistance candidate for contagious bovine Rumen bacteria in local bovine breeds on cattle ticks Bioinformatics training pleuropneumonia Paul Visendi Otieno Isaiah Obara Ruth Origa Mary Onsariga University of Nairobi, Kenya Linda Obura Kenyatta University and ILRI, Kenya University of Nairobi and ILRI, Kenya Kabete Technical Institute, Kenya Creation of web resource for analyzing genomic Egerton University, Kenya Characterisaton of trypanotolerance candidate Fertility characterization of bull semen in Kenya Genetic diversity in West African pearl millet data from Theileria parva to facilitate vaccine and Training in molecular biology techniques genes based on in-vivo and in-vitro criteria as revealed by simple sequence repeats diagnostic development Sammy Kiplagat Lydon Wainaina Eric Magembe Sheila Ommeh Isaac Njaci Egerton University, Kenya Egerton University, Kenya University of Nairobi and IITA, Kenya ILRI, Kenya Egerton University, Kenya Molecular characterization of indigenous Kenyan Training in molecular techniques Genomics approaches for molecular diagnostics Functional gene discovery for disease Analysis of Plasmodium falciparum ookinete goat populations using KAPPA-casein gene of crop diseases in Africa resistance in chicken transcriptome: a machine learning approach polymorphism Susan Musembi Tom Osebe Mtakai Vald Ngara Samuel Thumbi Mercy Kitavi ILRI, Kenya University of Nairobi, Kenya IITA-Kenya University of Nairobi, Kenya ICRISAT-Nairobi, Kenyatta University, Kenya Effector mechanisms in Theileria parva–specific Cloning, sequencing and recombinant expression Bioinformatics training Spatial and molecular epidemiology of African Genetic diversity in sorghum from different bovine MHC-restricted CD8+ cells of R. appendiculatus subolesin ortholog, a animal trypanosomiasis in Western Kenya geographical locations in west Africa putative tick vaccine antigen David Odongo Rachael Kisulu Hesbon Amenyai Bett Moses Muraya Bridgit Syombua University of Nairobi, Kenya Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) University of Nairobi, Kenya ICRISAT-Kenya Nairobi University and ILRI, Kenya Applied genomics of tick vectors in relation to Molecular and phenotypic characterization of Processing of Rapanea melanophloeos polar Wild sorghum population genetics and adaptive Factors affecting embryo development in an in development of anti-tick vaccines Kenyan sorghum germplasm plant extracts value of wild-x-crop sorghum hybrid vitro embryo production system for boran cattle Bosibori Bett Wilson Kimani Victor Riitho Donald Lubembe George Opondo Biotechnology Centre, University of Nairobi, Kenya Maseno University, Kenya University of Nairobi, Kenya Maseno University, Kenya Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Marker assisted intergression of stay green QTLs Immuno-informatics training Genotyping the live East Coast Fever Comparative genome annotation and analysis of Identification of clean sweet potato plants for from E36-1 into Ochuti Sorghum variety vaccine stabilate Theileria parva Marikebuni genome propagation by farmers Pamela Kunyuga Lilian Wambua Mary Ndila Kenyatta university, Kenya ILRI, Kenya Raymond N. Njenga ILRI, Kenya Martin Mwirigi Studying the genetic diversity of sorghum varieties Using mouse models to decipher endotoxic Egerton University, Kenya Genetic adaptation to infectious diseases in University of Nairobi, Kenya from Tanzania using Microsatellite markers shock during Trypanosoma congolense infection Bioinformatics training indigenous Zebu cattle (Bos indicus) of Western Determination of the specificity of Mycoplasma in cattle Kenya mycoides SC adherence to host cells Damaria Matoke Titus Mureithi Kathurima Ismail Yusuf Rabbi Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kenya Sheltone Tindih Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Dr Lucy Kamau IITA-Kenya The impact of long-term intensive Insecticide ILRI, Kenya Technology, Kenya Kenyatta University, Kenya Marker assisted selection-breeding for Striga Treated Net use on population genetic structure Analysis of virulence factors in Theileria parva Increasing the density of markers on the Genetic diversity of a Rhipicephalus resistance in sorghum, gene flow studies and seed and insecticide resistance of Anopheles gambiae genetic linkage map of cassava appendiculatus tick-gut vaccine antigen systems Dora Kilalo Dennis Misiko Sonal Patel Quinata Emongor Zachary Muthamia University of Nairobi, Kenya University of Nairobi and ILRI, Kenya BecA-ILRI, Kenya Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), Passion fruit woodiness disease: causal agent Genetic diversity and population structure of the Genomics and structural modelling of tick genes for Harnessing modern science in Africa to sustain Genotyping and ploidy analysis of yam accessions identification, diversity study and diagnostic test indigenous sheep in Kenya based on development of effective tick/pathogen combination sorghum and millet production for resource from the national gene-bank development microsatellite analysis vaccines poor farmers Home Universities and other International research NARS institutes national institutes institutes

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