Dr. Ifechukwu Enyinnanya Adieze

B Sc., M Sc., PhD.


Dr Ifechukwu Enyinnanya Adieze

Lecturer I



My research focuses primarily on microbial ecology. A large part of my current research is directed towards examining the microbial biodegradation of hydrocarbon compounds present in crude oil, the production and use of microbial surfactants in remediation of crude oil polluted the soil. I have also research interests in the monitoring of the quality of water samples from rivers and municipal supplies to determine factors affecting portability and quality, and the spread of resistance among clinical bacterial isolates in the hospital environment.

  • Adieze, I. E.; Orji, J. C.; Nwabueze, R. N. and Onyeze, G. O. C. (2012) Hydrocarbon stress response of four tropical plants in weathered crude oil contaminated soil in microcosms. International journal of Environmental studies.

  • Ihejirika, C. E., Ogbulie, J. N., Nwabueze, R. N., Orji, J. C., Ihejirika, O. C., Adieze, I. E., Azubike, O. C. and Ibe, I. J. (2011) Seasonal influences on the distribution of bacterial pathogens and waterborne diseases transmission potentials of Imo River, Nigeria. Journal of Research in Biology. 3:163 – 172.

  • Ogbulie, J. N; Adieze, I. E and Nwankwo, N.C. (2008) Susceptibility pattern of some clinical bacterial isolates to Selected Antibiotics and disinfectants. Polish Journal of Microbiology. Vol.57. 199 – 204.

  • Adieze, I. E. (2007) Phytoremediation: a potential environmental technology for the restoration of petroleum hydrocarbon-contaminated sites. Proceedings 2007 National Workshop on Environmental Degradation and Sustainable livelihoods in the Niger Delta. Port Harcourt.

  • Adieze, I. E.; Nwabueze, R. N. and Onyeze, G. O. C. (2003) Effects of Poultry manure on the Microbial utilization of hydrocarbons in Oil-polluted soil. Nigerian Journal for Microbiology. Vol. 17 12 – 16.

  • Nwabueze, R. N. and Adieze, I. E. (1998) Intestinal parasite infection in Children in Rural and Urban areas of Abia State, Nigeria. Journal of Innovations in life sciences. Vol. 3. 58 – 62.
  • ♦  Investigations into disease outbreaks, particularly Staphylococcal and Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks.
  • ♦  Routine and reactive inspection on catering facilities to ensure compliance of premises to public health standards.
  • ♦  Giving lectures on food hygiene and food poisoning to food handlers.

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