Prof. Jude-Anthony Nnama Ogbulie


Prof. Jude-Anthony Nnama Ogbulie


(Dean, SOBS)
B.Sc; M.Sc; Ph.D, fNES,
Professor of Environmental Microbiology


Professor Jude-Anthony Nnama Ogbulie was born on the 13th of June 1965. He is from Dimagu Isiekenesi Ideato South in Imo State, Nigeria. He started his Primary School education at St. Phillips Primary School, Dimagu, Isiekenesi and passed his First School Leaving Certificate in 1977. He attended Holy Ghost Juniorate Seminary, Ihiala Anambra state and National Secondary School Ntueke, Ideato Imo State from 1978 to 1984 where he successfully passed his West African School Certificate Examination and proceeded to the University of Port Harcourt where he graduated with Second Class Honours in Microbiology in 1988. He served the Nation (National Youth Service Corps – NYSC) in 1988/89 at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State. Prof. J. N. Ogbulie enrolled for the Master of Science Degree in Industrial Microbiology in 1989 under the tutelage of Late Prof. C. Ofuya and Dr H. O. Njoku, who supervised his thesis. He graduated as the overall best MSc student in Faculty of Sciences, the University of Port Harcourt in 1990 (Within 12 months). This feat earned him the much cherished and sort-after University of Port Harcourt Port Graduate Scholarship. The scholarship from the University was a dream come true given his insatiable desire for academic growth and excellence; Jude-Anthony clinched on it and registered immediately for a doctorate programme in Environmental Microbiology in 1991/92 under the supervision of Prof. G. C. Okpokwasili. Jude-Anthony obtained the doctorate degree in Microbiology in 1995 and his area of specialization and interest is Environment Biotechnology and Public Microbiology. His major work was on Microbial Ecology of Aquaculture Systems. This lunches him into several studies on Clarias and Tilapia culture systems and related diseases between 1994 to 1997.

In 1992, Jude-Anthony started his lecturing career at the then Imo State University, Owerri as an Assistant Lecturer and transferred his services to the Federal University of Technology Owerri where he rose to the rank of a Professor in 2007 after 15 years of hard work and unbroken service.

Professor J. N. Ogbulie has made huge contribution to University administration since he started his career as an Assistant Lecturer in 1992. He started with the least assignment (course adviser) on assumption of duty and rose to the peak as the MD of FUTO Consult, Dean, Student’s Affairs. He is currently the Dean of the School of Biological Sciences. Prof. Jude Ogbulie is well known in his community and a renowned Environmental Consultant and towering academic, Prof. J. N. Ogbulie has rendered world-class Environmental Consultant services and other services to corporate bodies, agencies and parastatals.

He was honoured with a Fellows Award by the Nigerian Environmental Society (NES) and Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM).  Prof. J.N. Ogbulie is still a committed member of other professional associations like the Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM) where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the professional journal (Nigerian Society for Microbiology Journal) and currently a member of Board of Trusty.  Member, Biotechnological Society of Nigeria (BSN); Member Institute of Safety practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON) and Member, Institute of Public Analyst of Nigeria (IPAN) Prof. J.I. Ogbulie has to his credit: 84 journal articles, 13 Chapters, 4 Books and 8 reports He has executed several Environmental Management projects.  He has been honoured as one of the most outstanding Alumni of College of Natural and Applied Sciences of the University of Port Harcourt.

He is married to Dr Toochi OGBULIE and the marriage is blessed with five (5) children.

Academic and Professional Qualification

  1. University of Port Harcourt, B.Sc (Hons) Microbiology 1984-1988
  2. University of Port Harcourt, M.Sc Industrial Microbiology 1989-1990
  3. University of Port Harcourt, PhD Microbiology 1991 -1995
  4. Member, Biotechnological Society of Nigeria (BSN)
  5. Member, Nigeria Environmental Society (NES)
  6. American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
  7. Nigerian Society for Microbiology (NSM)
  8. Nigerian Institute for Safety Practitioners (NISP)
  9. Member, Institute of Public Analyst of Nigeria (IPAN)


  1. Njoku, H.O; J.N. Ogbulie and C. Nnubia 1990. Microbiology study of Traditional Processing of African Oil Bean seed (Penthaclethra macro phyla-Bentham) for Ugba Production. Journal of Food Microbiology. 7:13-2
  2. Njoku, H.O; C.O. Ofuya and J.N. Ogbulie 1991. Production of Tempeh from the African Yam Bean (Spfzenostylis stenocarpa-Hams). Food Microbiology. 8:209-21
  3. Ogbulie J.N; S.I. Ogiehor; N.R. Isu and H.O. Njoku 1993. Effect of Chemicals and Physical treatments on the shelf life of Ugba fermented African Oil Bean seed (Pentaclethra macrophilia-Bentha) Journal of Biotechnology 11: 168-178
  4. Okpokwasili, G.C. and J.N. Ogbulie 1993. Bacterial and Metal Quality of Tilapia (Oreochromis nolitca) Aquaculture Systems. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 3:190-202.
  5. Okpokwasili, G.C; J.N. Ogbulie; F.N. Eleke and N.P. Okpokwasili 1995 Substrate Specificity of Bacterial Isolates from Nigerian Fish Culture System. International Journal of Biochemophysics 10: 16-38.
  6. Ogbulie, J.N; N.R. Isu and H.O. Njoku 1997. Microbiology Quality of African Yam bean Tempeh. Journal of Innovation in Science 1:38- 54.
  7. Ogbulie, J.N; H.O. Njoku; N.R. Isu and U.A. Ofiaja 1998. Quality assessment of Fermented African Oil Bean (Ugba) Stored at Ambient Temperature. Journal of Innovation in Science. 2:28-32.
  8. Okpokwasili, G.C; J.N. Ogbulie and N.P. Okpokwasili 1999 Fungal flora of Nigerian Tilapia Fish Culture System. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics 13(4) 169-176.
  9. Okpokwasili, G.C. and J.N. Ogbulie 1999. Efficacy of Chemotherapeutic Agents in Controlling Bacterial Diseases ofFish. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics 13(4) 285-292
  10. Ogbuiie, J.N; I.N.S. Dozie; J.C. Uwaezuoke and O. Igwe, 1999. Microbiological Quality of Oguta Lake: – An assessment of the environmental impact of Domestic and Industrial activities on water quality. Journal of Innovation in Science 3:87-95.
  11. Dozie, I.N.S; J.N. Ogbulie; J.C. Uwazuoke and C.N. Igwe, 1999. Potential Pathogenicity of some Chrysospocium species isolated in Nigeria in a Mouse model. Journal of Innovation, in Science.3: 53-57
  12. Ogbulie, J.N; H.O. Njoku; J.C. Uwaezuoke and I.N.S. Dozie, 1999 Evaluation of Packaging Materials for the Fermentation of African Oil bean seed (Pentaclethra macrophilia-Bentham) for the Production of Ugba. Journal of Innovation in Science.3: 110-118.
  13. Ogiehor, I.S; J.N. Ogbulie and G.N. Owehe-Ureghe, 1999. Induced organoleptic changes during the Fermentation of African Oil bean seed (Pentaclethra macrophilia-Bentham) for Ugba production by some Bacteria Pathogens. Journal of Medical Laboratory Science 8:115121.
  14. Ogbulie, J.N and G.C. Okpokwasili, 1999. Haematological and Histological responses of Clarias gariepinus and Heterobrachus bidorsalis to some bacterial disease in Rivers State Nigeria. Journal of Natural – Science Foundation 27(1) 1-16.
  15. Ogbulie, J.N. and N.R. Isu, 2000.  Influence of Environmental Variables on the Microbiology and Biochemistry of African Yam bean Tempeh. Journal of Environmental and Toxicology 2: 43-48.
  16. Njoku, A.J; I. O.C. Obiajuru; C.J. Njoku; E.O. Nwokoro; J.N. Ogbulie and J.C. Uwaezuoke. 2001.  Nigerian women and Trichomonas vaginalis infection. A case study in Owerri Imo State. Journal of Environment Health and Human Development 2:16-24.
  17. Okpokwasili G. C. and J. N. Ogbulie 2001. The biology and seasonality of Tilapia. Oreochromus nilotica brown patch syndrome. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics 16(1)87-100.
  18. Anosike, J.C; A.J. Njoku; B.E.B. Nwoke; A.N. Okere; U.O. Okoro; L.O.U. Obiajuru; J.N. Ogbulie; J. Ohaeri;. E.E. Oku and C.J. Njoku, 2000. Epidemiology and Bacteriological Findings in some Schistosomiasis endemic Foci in Ebonyi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental and Health Development. 2(2)13-19
  19. Anosike, J.C; B.E.B. Nwoke; A.N. Okere; J.N. Ogbulie; J I. Alozie; O.U. Okoro; A.N.C. Amadi and D.C. Nwosu, 2002.  Endemicity of urinary Schistosomiasis in a north-central zone of Abia State Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Health and Human Development. 2(2):5-12
  20. Anosike, J.C; V.A. Azoro; B.E.B. Nwoke; I.R. Keke; A.N. Okere; E.E. Oku; J.N. Ogbulie; R.F. Tony-Njoku; O. U. Okoro and D.C. Nwosu,2002. Dracunculiasis in the Northeastern border of Ebonyi State, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. 205: 1-7
  21. Obiajuru, I.O.C, Njoku, A.J. and Ogbulie J.N. 2002. Prevalence of Trichomonas and the impact of sex education, knowledge and attitude in relation to Trichomoniasis and other sexually transmitted diseases in Imo State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 23:81-90.22
  22. O.A.Ojiako, J.N. Ogbulie and J.C. Uwaezuoke 2003. Test trials of extracts of some local plants against Onchocerca volvulus and Ancylostoma duodenale. International Journal of Environmental Health and Human Development. 4(1)38-43.
  23. J.N. Ogbulie, J.C. Uwaezuoke and O.A. Ojiako 2002. Microbiology quality of commercially available poultry feeds sold in Owerri. International Journal of Environmental Health and Human Development 3(1)64-69.
  24. J.N Ogbulie and J.C Uwaezuoke 2002 Antibiotic sensitivity pattern of urinary tract pathogens in Port Harcourt Nigeria International Journal of Environmental Health and Human Development 3(3) 53-58
  25. J.N. Ogbulie and LO.C Obiajuru 2003 Bacteriological water quality changes and substrate specificity of isolates associated with Clarias lazera culture system, Journal of Aquatic Science 12(2)105-112
  26. J. N Ogbulie, LO.C. Obiajuru and T.E. Ogbulie 2003. Bacteria and Helminth bioload of cultured Channa Obscura Journal of Aquatic Sciences 18(2)93-99
  27. J.N. Ogbulie, LO.C Obiajuru and A.J Njoku 2003 The migratory life of the Ibos of southern Nigeria and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases Nigeria Journal of Microbiology 17 (1) 50-56
  28. J.N. Ogbulie and LO.C Obiajuru 2003. Studies on the prevalence of human Intestinal parasites in Owerri, Nigeria Journal of Microbiology 17 (1) 57-62
  29. Ogiehor LS. A.R. Akpe and J.N. Ogbulie 2004 The occurrence of Staphylococcus aureus in retail Ugba (African salad) produced from African oil bean seeds (Pentaclethra macrophylla – Bentham) in Nigeria: Public Health Implications. Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences 2 (1-2) 63-67
  30. Ogiehor 1.8. A.R.Akpe and J.N. Ogbulie 2004 The pattern of bacterial Pathogens associated with diarrhoea in ready-to-eat Ugba (African salad) produced from Africa oil beans seeds (Penthaclethra macrophylla Bentham) Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences 2 (1-2) 71-76
  31. J.N. Ogbulie and C.C Ogueke 2004.Microbiological and organoleptic changes associated with Akpu stored at Ambient temperature. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Science 10 (3) 96-119.
  32. J.N. Ogbulie and 1.O.C Obiajuru 2004. Prevalence of Intestinal Helminthiasis in Imo state Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Science 10 (4)58-79
  33. J.N. Ogbulie, I.O.C Obiajuru and A.J. Njoku 2004 Prevalence of sexually transmitted disease in the three geographical zones of Imo State Nigeria.4 (2) 43-61
  34. O. C Obiajuru, A.J Noku and J.N. Ogbulie 2004. Studies on the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases amongst teenage hawkers in Imo state Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Health and Human Development 4 (2) 104-119.
  35. Akajiobi C.O. J.N. Ogbulie S.l. Okorondu 2004. Antibacterial and Nutrient Potentials of Congronema latitolian and Piper guinense used in herbal remedies and as species. Journal of Microbiology 18 (1.2) 241-248.
  36. Ogbulie, J.N., C.C. Ogueke and S.L Okorondu 2004 Antibacterial properties of A corditola, M jlurum, U chaeme B. pinnatum, C. albidem and A alata on some hospital isolates. Journal of Microbiology 18 (1-2) 249-255.
  37. I.O.C. Obiajuru and J.N. Ogbulie 2005. Comparative study of the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases between pregnant and non-pregnant women in Imo state, Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 2 (3) 339-342.
  38. Obiajuru, LO.C., A.J. Njoku and J.N. Ogbulie 2005. Parasitic and bacterial infections associated with dental decay and toothache in Imo State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 26: 27-31.
  39. J.N. Ogbulie and LO.C Obiajuru 2004. Microbial deterioration of surface paint coatings. Global Journal of Pure and Applet Sciences. 10 (3) 56-89.
  40. J.N. Ogbulie, T.E. Ogbulie and N.P. Okpokwasili.2005.Microbial succession and deterioration of treated and untreated rubber latex. Journal of Microbiology. 19(1-2):605-601.
  41. LO.C. Obiajuru and J.N. Ogbulie 2005.Incidence and review of sexually transmitted diseases in Imo state, Nigeria: A three-year review. Journal of Microbiology. 19(1-2):452-462.
  42. LO.C. Obiajuru and J.N. Ogbulie 2006. Bacteriological quality of some fishes and crab from rivers within Imo river basin. Journal of Aquatic Sciences 21 (1) 62-71.
  43. Uwaezuoke, J.C. and J.N. Ogbulie 2006 Asymptomatic bacteria amongst school girls in Owerri. Nigeria. Journal of Microbiology 20 (2): 880-885.
  44. Uwaezuoke, J.C. and J.N. Ogbulie 2006. Trichomoniasis amongst adolescents in Owerri, Nigeria. Journal of Microbiology 20 (2): 886 – 890.
  45. Ogueke, C.C., J.N. Ogbulie and H.O. Njoku 2006 Antimicrobial properties and preliminary Phytochemical analysis of ethanolic extracts of Alstonia bonnie. Journal of Microbiology 20 (2): 896-899.
  46. 0gbulie, J.N. and V.O. Ifeanyi 2006. Microcystic Fionaquae and Chaetophora tuberculosa algae endowed to degrade hydrocarbon. Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 13 (3): 7095 -7098.
  47. C. Akujiobi, J.N. Ogbulie, and U.N. Ukaegbu (2006) Antibacterial Activities and preliminary phytochemical screening of Vernonia amygdalina and Citrus aurantifolia. Journal of Microbiology 20(1); 649-654.
  48. T.E. Ogbulie, J.N. Ogbulie, and H.O. Njoku (2007) Comparative study on the microbiology and shelf-life stability of palm wine from Elaeis guineensis and Raphia hooker obtained from Okigwe, Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology 6(7) 914-922
  49. J. N. Ogbulie, C. C. Ogueke, I.C. Okoli and B.N. Anyanwu (2007) Antibiotic activities and toxicological potentials of crude ethanolic extracts of Euphorbia hirta. African Journal of Biotechnology 6(13) 1873-1878
  50. T. E. Ogbulie, J. N. Ogbulie and 1. Umezurike (2008). Biodegradation of detergent by aquatic bacterial flora from Otamiri River, Nigeria. African Journal of Biotechnology 7(6):824-830
  51. C. Akujiobi, J. N. Ogbulie and C. S. Alisi (2008) Occurrence of extended-spectrum of beta-lactamase-producing E. coli in new borne pigs in Imo state, Nigeria. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology.485:76­
  52. C. Akujiobi, J. N. Ogbulie and C; N. Ihejirika (2008) Antibiotic-resistance of E. coli isolated from government piggery farm in Owerri, Nigeria. International. Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 45(9) 98-112
  53. J. N. Ogbulie, 1. E. Adieze and N. C. Nwankwo 2008 Susceptibility pattern of some clinical bacterial isolates to. selected antibiotics and disinfectants. Polish Journal of Microbiology (3) 199-204.
  54. K. C. Ugochukwu, N. C. Agha and J. N. Ogbulie 2008 Lipase activities of microbial isolates from soil contaminated with crude oil after bioremediation. African Journal of Biotechnology 7 (15) 2310-2314.
  55. C. Akujiobi, J. N. Ogbulie and C. S. Alisi (2007) The ethanolic extracts and boiling water extracts of root bark and leaves of Uvaria chamae on some hospital isolates. Journal of American Sciences 3(3) 68-73
  56.  C. Akujiobi, J. N. Ogbulie and C. S. l. Umeh and N. U. Abanno (2008). Antibiotic resistance Escherichia coli in a piggery farm in Owerri, Nigeria. International Journal Biological and Chemical Sciences 2(3) 363-367
  57. Ibe, I.J, Ogbulie, J.N and Ogbulie, T. (2008)Bacteriological Quality of   On-The-shelf pediatric and syrups Hospital infusions. Nigeria Journal of Microbiology, 22(1):1714-1718
  58. Ogbulie J.N, Duru C.N, Awujo N.C, OgbulieT..E.(2009)physicochemical Quality of municipal Borehole water in Imo State, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Medical Research 48:(1): 1-5
  59. Akujobi, C. O., H. O. Njoku, N. Abano, S. I. Okorondu and J. N. Ogbulie  (2009) Effect of different organic nutrient supplements on the total heterotrophic counts and diesel oil degradation in diesel-polluted soil.    International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences 3(6):1480-1490
  60. Akujobi, C. O., J. N. Ogbulie & Njoku, H. O. (2010). The effects of the extract of Ocimum gratissimum on the dehydrogenase activities of clinical isolates of Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Agricultural  Technology 6 (1)57-65
  61. Njoku, H. O., Akujobi, C. O. & J. N. Ogbulie (2010) Effects of traditional preservatives on biochemical and shelf-life stability of palm wine Nigerian Journal of Microbiology 24(1)2056-2070
  62. Njoku, H. O., Akujobi, C. O. & J. N. Ogbulie (2010) Inhibition of dehydrogenase activity in bacterial isolates from palm wine by extracts of Vernonia amygdalina. International Journal Biological and Chemical Science 4(4)1093-1101
  63. Ikpeze, O. C., Braide, W and J. N. Ogbulie (2010) Antibacterial efficacy of the crude extracts of the ash of cinchona bark. Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health (SOSEH) 135-141
  64. Ogueke, C.C, Chikwendu, C.I, Iwouno, J.O. And Ogbulie J.N.(2010) Effect of      Crude Ethanol Extract of Nauclea latifolia On Some Clinical Isolates of Food Importance And Its Toxicological potentials, New York Science Journal 3(9) 97-105.
  65. C.E Ihejirika, J.N. Ogbulie, O.C. Ihejirika, C.Akobundu, H.D. Ogbuagu, O.K. Mejeha and C.O. Ujowundu(2011) Effect of Aluminum Extrusion on the Physicochemical and Microbiological Dynamics of Iyi-mbaa Stream, Imo State, Nigeria, International Journal of Pure and Applied science, volume 4, (2) 100-107
  66. Ihejirika, C.E. J. N. Ogbulie, O. C. Ihejirika, C. Akobundu,  H. D.        Ogbuagu, O. K. Mejeha and C. O. Ujowundu. (2011) Effect of Aluminium Extrusion Effluent on  the Physiochemical and Microbiological Dynamics  Iyi Mbaa Streams, Imo state 4(2) 100-107
  67. Amuneke, E. H. Dike, K. S. and Ogbulie, J. N. (2011) Cultivation of Pleurotus ostreatus: An edible mushroom from base waste products. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Research1(1) 1-14
  68. 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 – 171
  69. Ihejirika1, C. E. Ogbulie,  J. N., Ihejirika3, O. C. Azuwike, C. O. Ibe, I. J.(2011) Contributory pattern of paper mill effluents on the population and distribution of enteric pathogens in Owerrinta River, Eastern Nigeria International Journal of Biosciences (1) 74 – 79
  70. Ihejirika, C.E.Ogbulie, J.N. Emeriibeole, E. Ihejirika, O.C. Amuku, G.A., Mgbahurike, l. (2011) seasonal influences on levels and eutrophication potential of nutrient in Imo River, Nigeria Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences1(4)16-21
  71. Nwanebu, F.C. Ogbulie J.N, Obi R.K and Ojiako O.A 2011 chemical and silt – included eutrophication syndrome at Otamiri River Owerri Nigeria. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology. Vol  3 (8) 358-361
  72. Emeka E.Oguzie, Kanayo L. Oguzie, Chris O.Akalezi, Irene O.Udeze, Jude N. Ogbulie And Victor O.Njoku.2012.Natural Products For Materials Protection Corrosion And Microbial Growth Inhibition Using Capsicum Frucescens BioMass Extracts American Chemical Society Journal of Sustainable Chemistry And Engineering1,214-225
  73. Abanno, N.U, Ogbulie, J.N and Egbuhuzor, N. 2012. Microbiological biochemical and sensory properties of PABruit wearing food: fermented – maize meal fortified with processed breadfruit. Journal of Research Microbiology 1:051-56.
  74. Chima .C.Ngumah, Jude N Ogbulie, Justina C Orji and Ekperechi S Amadi 2013. Biogas Potentials of organic waste in Nigeria. Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering vol 7(1)110-116
  75. Ngumah, Chima C & Ogbulie, J.N Orji Justina C and Ekperechi S. 2013. Effect of initiating anaerobic digestion of layer hen poultry dung at sub-atmospheric pressure. Revista Ambianic and Agua. Vol 8(3) 33
  76. Uwaezuoke J.C and Ogbulie J.N. 2013 Microbiological Quality of commercially available poultry feed sold in part of Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science and Environmental Management (12) 113-117.
  77. Ifeanyi V.O., Anyanwu B.N., Ogbulie J.N., Nwabueze, R.N., Chukwuma V., Ekwudu O’mezie and Nwabunnia, E. 2013 EX-situ Bioremediation of crude oil polluted soil using algal species (Aphanocapsaelechista) Asian. Journal of Science and Technology 5(1)01-13.
  78. Chima Ngumah, Jude Ogbulie, Justina Orji 2013 Antifungal Potencies of  Leaf Extract of Glyphaea Brevis and Spondias mombin on Fungal implicated in dry rot of Postharvest yam. Annals of Food Science and Technology Vol. 14 (2): 330 – 335
  79. O.O. Shobowale1, N.J. Ogbulie1, E.E. Itoandon1, M.O. Oresegun2 and S.O.A. Olatope2 2013 Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Evaluation of Aqueous and Organic Extracts of Calotropis Procera Ait Leaf and Latex. Nigerian Food  Journal Vol. 31: (1) 77 – 82
  80. Ohabughero, B.N. Onyenwe, N.E and Ogbulie, J.N.2014 Bacterial isolated Associated with orthopaedics wounds in two medical centres in southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Global Bioscience 3 (1). 255-262.
  81. Obi, C.N1*, Ogbulie, J.N2  and Ikwo, M.I.1 (2015) Assessment of microbial growth and survival in fresh Rafia palm wine from Umuariaga community, Ikwuano L. G. A. Abia State, Nigeria International.Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 4(1): 484-494
  82. Ifeanyi, V. O.and J. N. Ogbulie (2016) Biodegradation of Crudecoil by Microcystis flos-aquae Nigerian Journal of Microbiology Vo. 30(1)3704 – 3708
  83. Nwaneri, C.B., 1 Ogbulie, J.N., and 2 Chiegboka, N.A.(2017)  The Microbiology and Biochemistry of  Treculia Africana (African Breadfruit) Fermentation. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology Vo. 31(2)3459 – 3458
  84. Nwofor C. N.l, Uwaezuoke J. C.l, Okoro C. Ll., Ohalete C.Nl and Ogbulie J.N2. (2017) Microbiology of Semen from Men with Fertility Problems in Imo State, Nigeria Nigerian Journal of Microbiology Vo. 31(1)3689 – 3693


  1. Dean, Students Affairs, FUTO 2012 – 2013
  2. Course adviser 1992/93 set (IMSU) 1992 – 1997
  3. Male Hostel, Assistant Hall Warden 1996-1997
  4. Member, School Time-Table Committee (IMSU) 1997-1998
  5. Staff Adviser, National Association of Microbiology Students (IMSU) 1997-2002
  6. Coordinator, IMSU Environmental Consult 1997
  7. HOD, Microbiology/Industrial Microbiology(IMSU) 1998-2002
  8. Chairman, Departmental Accreditation Committee (IMSU) 1999-2000
  9. Member, FUTO Endowment Fund Committee(SOSC) 2002-2003
  10. Course adviser, PG students, Microbiology Dept. 2002 – present
  11. Member, Research Grant/Consultancy Committee(FUTO) 2003
  12. Member, SOSC Ad- Hoc Committee on BIO 101(FUTO) 2005
  13. Staff adviser/ lecturer-in-charge, PG Students, Dept. Microbiology FUTO 2002 – 2009
  14. Member, Dept. Appraisal Committee(FUTO) 2002-present
  15. Chairman, Dept. Appraisal Committee (FUTO) 2009 – 2011
  16. Head, Department of Microbiology(FUTO) 2009 – 2011
  17. Member, SOSC Appraisal Committee (FUTO) 2002 – present
  18. Managing Director, FUTO Consult 2011 – 2012.

Working Experience

  1. Federal University of Technology (FUTO) 2007 – Present Position: Professor
  2. Federal University of Technology (FUTO) 2004 – Oct. 2007 Position: Assoc. Professor
  3. Federal University of Technology (FUTO) 2002 – Oct. 2004 Position: Senior Lecturer
  4. Imo State University (IMSU) 1998 – Oct. 2002 Position: Senior Lecturer
  5. Imo State University (IMSU) 1995 – Oct. 1998 Position: Lecturer I
  6. Abia State University, Uturu (ABSU) 1992 – Oct. 1995 Position: Lecturer II
  7. Abia State University, Uturu (ABSU) 1991 – Oct. 1992 Position: Assistant Lecturer

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