COLLEGE: Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi Enitan Ojaja II College of natural and Applied Sciences
INSTITUTIONAL EMAIL: [email protected]
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION: Clinical Biochemistry, Medicinal plants Environmental Biochemistry and Toxicology
RESEARCH INTEREST: Clinical Biochemistry, Medicinal plants Environmental Biochemistry and Toxicology
AREA OF INTEREST: Effect of Artemisinin based Combination Therapy on estrous cycle of female albino rats. The role of oxidative stress in ovulation and changes in estrous cycle of female albino rats. Seasonal alterations in oxidative stress markers in insecticide treated mosquito.
AFFILIATION/LINKAGES: Lancaster Environmental Centre, Lancaster University, UK. Abovirus and Vector Research Institute, Enugu, Nigeria.
Google Scholar Link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=list_works&hl=en&user=Awd5m3wAAAAJ
Brief Resume: Spencer Nwangwu is an Associate Professor of Biochemistry and the Director, Centre Climate Change and SDG. He is the immediate past Head of the Department of Biochemistry and a Commonwealth Professional Fellow. He is also a serving member of various standing and ad hoc committees in Igbinedion University Okada. His B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD degrees are in Biochemistry. His current research interest includes the effects of Artemisinin based Combination Therapy on estrous cycle, the role of oxidative stress in ovulation and estrous cycle of female and alterations in oxidative stress markers in insecticide treated mosquito and female reproduction in agrarian settlements. He is very much concerned about climate action and SDGs implementation as a necessary tool to better our world. He believes that African solutions to its myriad problems is possible through partnerships and collaboration and has attended local and international workshops and conferences to this effect.