Assistant Lecturer, Animal Science & Technology Department

Uchechi C. Ezetoha

Uchechi Comfort Ezetoha

Assistant Lecturer

B.Agric.Tech., MSc.
Email: uchechiezetohaonyemaechi@gmail.com

Biography

Uchechi Comfort Ezetoha was born in Amaigbo to the family of Late Mr Francis & Mrs Grace Ezetoha of Ubahaeze Awo-Idemili. She attended her Primary and Secondary Education at Santana Primary School Awo-Omamma and Girls’ Secondary School Ihioma respectively. She obtained her first and second-degree honours from Futo and is presently an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Animal Science and Technology. She is married to Pst. Paul Uchenna Onyemaechi of Umunumu Ihitte-Uboma L.G.A and they are blessed with children.

Qualifications
Honours/Awards
Affiliations
Courses Assigned to Teach
Experience
Research Interest
Publications

Academic Qualification

  • Master of Science in Animal Products & Processing (Dairy), January 2014.
  • Bachelor in Agric. Technology March 2004,
  • Senior Secondary School Certificate. June 1996,
  • FSLC. 1990

Honours/Awards

  • Essay competition Award: Royal Commonwealth Society class 1991-1992
  • Best Graduating Student Award: Department of Animal Science and Technology FUTO, 2002/2003 Session.

Membership of Professional Bodies

Registered Animal Scientists.

Courses Assigned to Teach

  • AST 503 – Abattoir Management, Animal products Handling/Marketing
  • AGR 306 – Processing and Storage of Agric. Food Products & Processing.

Work Experience

Imo State Environmental Transformation Commission (Imo Entraco) 2007 – 2019; Entraco Supervisor, Health officer.

Research Interest

Dairy products handling and processing /Dairy Science.

Publications

  1. Okeudo N.J., Ezetoha, U.C., Akomas, C. and Akanno, E. C. (2005). Egg Quality of Gallus Domestica under Domestic Storage in Nigeria. Animal Research International. Vol. 2 No. 2 pp 319 – 321
  2. Okoli, I.C., Ezetoha, U.C., Opara, M.N., Ezeokeke, C.T. and Iheukwumere, F.C. (2009). Overview of the Physiology of Aromatase Enzyme Actions and Substances that Inhibit its Activities. Advances in Science and Technology, Vol 3 No. 1, pp 30 – 39.
  3. U.C. Ezetoha, F.C. Ezetoha, I.J. Nwankwo, I. Onyemaobim (2013). The Effect of Different Rearing and Feeding Conditions on the Profitability of Broilers.  International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Systems. Vol 7 No. 1 pp 46 – 50.
  4. Ezetoha, F.C., Nwokeke, A.O. and Ezetoha, U.C. (2015). Compulsory Mixed- Farming for All Rural Woman: The Surest Strategy for Achieving Food Security in Rural Areas, International Journal of Gender and Development Issues. Vol. II. No. 5 pp 138 – 142.

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