Augusta Anuli Nwachukwu

Augusta Anuli Nwachukwu

Assistant Lecturer




Nwachukwu, A. A. (Mrs.) is an indigene of Ofeama Ife, Ezinihitte Mbaise in Imo state and the Assistant course Adviser for the 2016 class, of the Department. She is a member of various professional bodies such as- Organization for women in Science for the developing world (OWSD) and Biotechnology Society of Nigeria (BSN). An active member of the Anglican Women’s Ministries, Anglican Women’s Guild,  member of the St. James Family of  St. Andrew’s Church Aladinma, Owerri and Ofeama Ife Community Association.

Nwachukwu A.A. has attended various conferences and hands-on training on core Biotechnological/Molecular Biology Techniques. She has also co-authored publications in mainly international journals and many research works yet to be published. 

Academic qualifications

  • B.Tech Biotechnology.
  • M.Sc Biotechnology.
  • PhD Biotechnology(in view).

Research interests

Food and Environmental Biotechnology.

Professional experience

  • Graduate Assistant (2011 - 2015)
  • Assistant Lecturer (2016 - to date)

Recent Publications

  1. Ebe, T. E., Njoku – Tony, R. F., Ndukwu, N., Nwachukwu, A. N. and Nwachukwu, A. A. (2016). Effect of Anthropogenic activities on surface and Ground water in Ogwuama Community in Ahiazu, Imo State. International Journal of Science and Research. (Accepted for publication)

  2. Mgbemena, I. C., Allison, L.N., Udensi, J. U., Nweke, K. E., Nwachukwu, A. A. and Ezea, C. A. (2016). Screening of ethanol extract of Combretum racemosum and Euphorbia hirta leaves for possible activity on Trypanosoma brucei brucei infected mice. Scholars Academic Journal of Biosciences. 4(9) pp 725-731.

  3. Mgbemena, I.C., Ezea, C. O., Ebe, T.E., Udensi, J. U., Nwachukwu A. A., Nzenwa, D. C. and Nwannah, A. L. (2016). Asymptomatic malaria among students of FUTO, Imo State, Nigeria. Issues in Biol-Sciences and Pharmaceutical research. 4 (6) pp 50-57.

  4. Ogbulie, T. E., Nwanebu, F.C., and Nwachukwu, A. A. (2014).  Assessment of the Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon (TPH) Content of Agric. Soil polluted with Different Concentrations of Crude Oil During Plant-Microbe Interaction Annals of West University of Timisoara, ser. Biology XVII (1):13-24

  5. Okereke, J. N., Nwachukwu, A. A., Ukaoma, A. A and Udeja, A.I.(2015). Evaluation of Heavy Metals in Soils and Fertilizers Commonly Applied on Agricultural Lands in Idemili, Abambra State, Nigeria. International Journal for Environmental Health and Human Development. 15(2) pp 12-17.

  6. Okereke, J.N., Ogidi, O. I and Nwachukwu, A. A.(2015). Environmental Challenges Associated with oil spillage and gas flaring in Nigeria: A Review.  International Journal for Environmental Health and Human Development. 15 (2) pp 1-11.

  7. Udensi, J. U., Nwigwe, H. C., Okechi, R. N., Ihejirika, C. E., Johnson, C. F., Nwachukwu, A. A. and Anuforo, H. U. (2014). Heavy Metals Concentration. Dynamics Following the Dredging of Nworie River in Imo State, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and  Medical research.2(5) pp 1-3

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