Prof. Ikechukwu Nosike Simplicius Dozie

NosikePROFESSOR IKECHUKWU NOSIKE SIMPLICIUS DOZIE

Professor of Public Health Microbiology & Parasitology

E-mail: Ikechukwu.dozie@futo.edu.ng; dozieins@yahoo.com

 Academic Qualifications:

  • Sc (Microbiology & Biochemistry) [1986] – University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Sc (Medical Microbiology) [1991] -University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • PhD (Medical Entomology & Parasitology) [2002] – University of Jos, Nigeria

 Research Interests:

  • Ecology, epidemiology, socioeconomic aspects and control of infectious diseases of the tropical prevalence
  • Co-morbidity and public health aspects of communicable and non-communicable diseases
  • Exploring the potential use of whole plant therapies as compliments to anti-malarial pharmaceuticals.

Teaching/Professional Experience

  • Professor, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria (2010 – Date)
  • Visiting Professor, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria  (2007-2010) [On Leave of Absence from Imo State University Owerri]
  • Sabbatical Leave, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria (2006-2007)
  • Professor, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria (2005-2010)
  • Associate Professor, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria (2002-2005)
  • Senior Lecturer, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria (1999-2002)
  • Lecturer I, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria (1996-1999)
  • Lecturer II, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria (1993- 1996)
  • Assistant Lecturer, Imo State University Owerri, Nigeria (1992-1993)

 

 Honours

  • Discovered thermostable alkaline – active keratinolytic proteinase of Chrysosporium keratinophilum (Published in the World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 10: 563-567 [1994] the USA).
  • Fellow of the African Scientific Institute (ASI.F), September 2010
  • International Research Award by the Middle States African Studies Association, West Virginia State College, US (May 2000).
  • Letter of Commendation by Professor T.O.C. Ndubuizu, Vice-Chancellor, Imo State University Owerri Nigeria for the book entitled: “AIDS – The Human Scourge of the 20th Century” (13 Chapters) in 1998.
  • Certificate of Achievement by Zain Africa Challenge for participation (as Liaison, FUTO-Zain Africa Challenge) at the Nigeria National Qualifying Tournament on 6th January 2010.
  • Dean, School of Health Technology (2012-2017)

 

Profile

Professor Dozie is a public health scientist, teacher and community health specialist with the Department of Public Health, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria. Professor Dozie has taught in the University system for the past 24 years and was promoted to the rank of Professor in 2005. Professor Dozie is committed to the human capacity development and has continued to mentor young scientists (so far 28 MPH/MSc and 9 PhDs) to contribute to national and international scientific endeavour. He has been honoured with some academic fellowships and awards. He is also a consultant/resource fellow to some national and international agencies including World Health Organization (WHO), African Programme on Onchocerciasis Control (APOC), Ministry of Health (Federal and State), Ministry of Foreign Affairs etc. Professor Dozie is married and the blissful union is blessed with children. He has travelled widely and enjoys analytical discussion and soccer.

 

Publications

Journal articles, Proceedings, Books and Chapters in Books

  1. DOZIE, INS; OKEKE, CN & UNAEZE, NC. A thermostable, alkaline-active keratinolytic proteinase from Chrysosporium keratinophilum. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 10: 563-567 (1994).
  2. DOZIE, INS; OKEKE, CN & UNAEZE, NC. The occurrence of Keratinophilic fungi in soils from Nsukka, Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Innovations in Life Sciences. 1:7-13 (1994).
  3. OJIAKO, OA; DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE. Medical Plants and the Nigerian Environment: Socio-Economic and Public Health Implications. Proceedings of the National Conference on Enabling Environment for Economic Growth, November 1995, 358-361 (1996).
  4. NWOKE, BEB; OJIAKO, OA; DOZIE, INS; ANOSIKE, JC. The enabling environment for national growth. An appraisal of Schistosomiasis (Bilharziasis) and our Environment. Proceedings of the National Conference on Enabling Environment for Economic Growth, November 1995, pp 362-365 (1996).
  5. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS. Onchocerciasis and Blindness in Nigeria. African Journal of Medical Practice, 4:138-152 (1997)
  6. DOZIE, INS. AIDS-The Human Scourge of the 20th Century (13 Chapters), 1st Edition, Educational Books & Investments Ltd. Publications (1998).
  7. DOZIE, INS; OGBULIE, JN; UWAEZUOKE, JC; UNAEZE, NC. Potential Pathogenicity of some Chrysosporium species isolated in Nigeria in a Mouse Model. Journal of Innovation in Life Sciences, 3(1): 53-57 (1998).
  8. OGBULIE, JN; DOZIE, INS; UWAEZUOKE, JC; IGWE, A. Microbiological and Chemical quality of Oguta Lake. An assessment of the Environmental Impact of Domestic and Industrial Activities on the Water Quality. Journal of Innovations in Life Sciences, 3(1): 87-95 (1998).
  9. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; GEMADE, EII; JIYA, JY. The present status of Human Onchocerciasis in Southeastern Nigeria using Rapid Epidemiological Mapping of Onchocerciasis (REMO). Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 19(1): 11-18 (1999).
  10. DOZIE, INS; IWUAGWU, FO; NWOKE, BEB. HIV/AIDS epidemic and its speculated African origin: A re-appraisal. Negro Educational Review, L (3-4): 79-87 (1999).
  11. NWALOZIE, MC; NWOKE; BEB; DOZIE, INS & ONYEOCHA, IM. The Seed of Modern Science: A General Introduction. In: History and Philosophy of Science – An Integrated Approach 3rd Edition; Eds MC Nwalozie, BEB Nwoke, INS Dozie; Novelty Industrial Enterprises Limited Nigeria; pp 1-10 (2000).
  12. DOZIE, INS. Milestones in Microbiology In History and Philosophy of Science – An Integrated Approach 3rd Edition; Eds MC Nwalozie, BEB Nwoke, INS Dozie; Novelty Industrial Enterprises Limited, Nigeria; pp 110 – 128 (2000).
  13. DOZIE, INS; NWOFOR, O; OJIAKO, OA; OGBULIE, JN. The implications of some technological advances in the welfare and future of mankind. In: History and Philosophy of Science – An Integrated Approach 3rd Edition; Eds MC Nwalozie, BEB Nwoke, INS Dozie; Novelty Industrial Enterprises Limited, Nigeria; pp. 355-379 (2000).
  14. OJIAKO, OA; DOZIE, INS. Trials and triumphs: A case study of some scientific practices in the traditional society. In History and Philosophy of Science – An Integrated Approach 3rd Edition; Eds MC Nwalozie, BEB Nwoke, INS Dozie; Novelty Industrial Enterprises Limited, Nigeria; pp 398-412 (2000).
  15. ANOSIKE, JC; OGBULIE, JN; DOZIE, INS; KEKE, RI; NWOKE, BEB; OKERE, AN; UGOJI, UU; OKORO, OO. Observations on the endoparasitic fauna of land snail Achatina achatina and Achatina marginata with special reference to bacterial and helminth infections. Journal of Innovations in Life Sciences, 5: 9-14 (2000).
  16. ANOSIKE, JC; ONWULIRI, COE; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB; ONWULIRI, VA. The effect of p-amino benzoic acid and folic acid on the development of infective larvae of Wuchereria bancrofti in Culex quinquefasciatus. Journal of Innovations in Life Sciences, 5: 15-21 (2000).
  17. UKAGA, CC; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE BEB. Validation of reports of nodules dissolution after repeated Ivermectin treatment of Onchocerciasis in Southern Nigeria. East African Medical Journal, 78(9): 4-6 (2001).
  18. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS. Operational research and its success in Onchocerciasis control in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Parasitology, 22:3-10 (2001).
  19. OKOLIE, NJC; DOZIE, INS. Comparative evaluation of some techniques for demonstrating intestinal parasites. African Journal of Applied Zoology & Environmental Biology, 3:51-52 (2001).
  20. UWAEZUOKE, JC; DOZIE, INS. Bacteriological quality of drug dispensing bottles in hospitals in Owerri, Nigeria. Journal of Innovations in Life Sciences, 6: 28-32 (2001).
  21. UWAEZUOKE, JC; DOZIE, INS. Eukaryotic Microorganisms. In General Microbiology 1; Eds. JC Uwaezuoke, BO Chikere; Udebiuwa Press Nigeria; pp 20-47 (2001).
  22. CHIKERE BO; DOZIE, INS. Bacterial Groups. In General Microbiology 1; Eds. JC Uwaezuoke, BO Chikere; Udebiuwa Press Nigeria; pp 69-101 (2001).
  23. DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB. Notes on human Onchocerciasis prevalence in the Mambilla Plateau, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 23: 159-161 (2002).
  24. ANOSIKE, JC; NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; THOFERN, UAR; OKERE, AN; NJOKU-TONY, R; NWOSU, DC; OGWUIKE, UT; DIKE, MC; ALOZIE, JI; OKOGUN, GRA; AJERO, CMU; ONYIRIOHA, CU; EZIKE, MN; OGBUSU, FI; AJAYI, EG. Control of endemic dracunculiasis in Ebonyi State, southeastern Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Health, 206: 591-596 (2003).
  25. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; IWUAGWU, FO. Onchocerciasis in Imo State, Nigeria: clinical and epidemiological studies of anterior segment lesions. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 24: 89-94 (2003).
  26. ANOSIKE, JC; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS. Laboratory investigation of the infection rates of Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles funestus in the transmission of Wuchereria bancrofti. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 24: 143-148 (2003).
  27. DOZIE, INS. In Medical Bacteriology. Eds. JC Uwaezuoke, GC Ojiegbe; Udebiuwa Press Nigeria; pp 60-62 (2003).
  28. UWAEZUOKE, JC; DOZIE, INS. Aerobic Gram-Positive Rods. In Medical Bacteriology. Eds. JC Uwaezuoke, GC Ojiegbe; Udebiuwa Press Nigeria; pp 71-78 (2003).
  29. WACHUKWU, JC; OJIEGBE, GC; DOZIE, INS. In Medical Bacteriology. Eds. JC Uwaezuoke, GC Ojiegbe; Udebiuwa Press Nigeria; pp 102-110 (2003).
  30. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB. Onchocerciasis in Imo State. Community knowledge and beliefs about transmission, treatment and prevention. Public Health, 118(2): 128-130 (2004).
  31. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, EA; ANOSIKE, JC. Human schistosomiasis, and Nigerian environment and climatic change. Journal of Biological Research and Biotechnology, 2(1): 103-114 (2004).
  32. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE. Onchocerciasis in Imo State. 7. Prevalence of some non-classical signs and symptoms. Journal of Biological Research and Biotechnology, 2(2): 42-45 (2004).
  33. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB. Onchocerciasis in Imo State, Nigeria. 2. The prevalence, intensity and distribution in the Upper Imo River Basin. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 14(5): 359-369 (2004).
  34. ANOSIKE, JC; NWOKE, BEB; UKAGA, CN; MADU, NGJ; DOZIE, INS. Aspects of intestinal helminth parasites of dogs in World Bank-assisted Housing Estate, New Owerri. African Journal of Applied Zoology & Environmental Biology, 6:25-29 (2004).
  35. ANOSIKE, JC; NWABUEZE, EU; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB. Prevalence of intestinal parasites in HIV seropositive patients in parts of south eastern Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Medical Laboratory Science, 15: 29-33 (2004).
  36. ANOSIKE, JC; DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; ONWULIRI, VA. Prevalence of Mansonella perstans infections among the nomadic Fulanis of Northern Nigeria. Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine, 12: 35-39 (2005).
  37. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; ONWULIRI, VA. Clinical and parasitological aspects of onchocercal skin diseases in Nigeria. Tropical Doctor, 35 (3): 142-144 (2005).
  38. ANOSIKE, JC; NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; OKU, EE; ASOR, JE; NZEOMA, AJ; AMEH, IG; OGBUSU, FI; ADELYONGO, CM; OSUNWA, CO; IKPEAMA, CA. The endemicity of dracunculiasis, transmission pattern and ecology of cyclopoid copepods in the Northwestern part of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 1 (1): 57-67 (2005).
  39. NWOKE, BEB; ANOSIKE, JC; UKAGA, CN; CHUKWUOCHA, UM; NWOKE, EA; DOZIE, INS. The impact of Nigerian environment and climate change on the epidemiology of malaria. Medipharm Medical Journal, 2(3): 123-132 (2005).
  40. ONWULIRI, COE; ANOSIKE, JC; OGUOMA, C; ONWULIRI, VA; NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; IWUALA, MOE. The impact of cultural limitations, local beliefs and practices on emerging parasitic diseases in tropical Africa. The Negro Education Review, 56 (4): 311-325 (2005).
  41. NWOKE, BEB; NWOKE, EA; DOZIE, INS; ANOSIKE, JC; IWUAGWU, FO; UKAGA, CU. Public health implications of migration. In: Migration and Livelihood in Southeast Nigeria, C. Nwajiuba, Margraf Publishers, Germany; pp. 103-110 (2005).
  42. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; CHUKWUOCHA, UM; CHIKWENDU, CI; OKORO, I; NJEMANZE, PC. Onchocerciasis and epilepsy in parts of the Imo River Basin, Nigeria: A preliminary report. Public Health, 120 (5): 448-450 (2006).
  43. CHUKWUOCHA UM, DOZIE, INS; CHIKERE BO. Prevalence of Salmonella species and the duration of their survival in lizard droppings. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology, 20 (1): 724-728 (2006).
  44. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; ANOSIKE, JC; OKOLIE, NJC. Onchocerciasis in Imo State, Nigeria. The prevalence and distribution in the Middle Imo River Basin. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 27: 16-22 (2006).
  45. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; CHUKWUOCHA, UM; NWOKE, EA. Prevalence of lymphatic complications due to Onchocerciasis infection. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 27: 23-28 (2006).
  46. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; JIYA, J; SAKA, Y; OKORONKWO, C; OGIDI, JA; ISTIFANUS, WA; MAFIANA, CF; OYENE, U; AMALI, O; OGBU-PEARCE, P; AUDU, G; REMME, H; NUTTAL, I. The Prevalence of hydrocoele in Nigeria and its implication on mapping of lymphatic filariasis. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 27: 29-35 (2006).
  47. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, EA; CHUKWUOCHA, UM. The burden of human onchocerciasis in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology, 20 (3): 1115-1128 (2006).
  48. ANOSIKE, JC; MIRI, ES; NWOKE, BEB; OGUOMA, C; DOZIE, INS; AJAYI, EG; ONWULIRI, COE; ASOR, JE; UWAEZUOKE, JC; OKOLIE, NJC; NWACHUKWU, MI; AJERO, CMU. Treatment of Drancunculiasis medinensis infection with Trimezole in endemic populations of Ebonyi, South Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 1: 49-55 (2006).
  49. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, EA; ANOSIKE, JC; AJERO, CMU. Nigeria and Modern Waste Management in New Millennium: The Concept of Integrated Waste Management. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 1: 8-15 (2006).
  50. OBIUKWU, CE; OKORIE, PU; DOZIE, INS; AMADI, BA; EZEIBEKWE, IO; UWAEZUOKE, JC; AGOMUO, EN; MBAGWU, FN; AJERO, CMU; ONUOHA, CI; CHIKEZIE, PC. Basic Biology for Universities, Megasoft Publishers Owerri (2006).
  51. DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; CHUKWUOCHA, UM; CHIKWENDU, CI; NJEMANZE, PC. Satellite technology and the control of parasitic diseases in Africa: An overview. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 28 (1): 47-53 (2007).
  52. OHALETE, CN; OBIUKWU, CU, DOZIE, INS; NWAHIRI, UL. Antimicrobial properties of Allium sativum, Ocimum gratissimum and Asimina triloba on Salmonella typhi 1. Inter-world Journal of Science and Technology, 3: 100-104 (2007).
  53. NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, EA. The socioeconomic impact of lymphatic filariasis in tropical Countries. The Negro Education Review, 58: 5-22 (2007)
  54. ANOSIKE, JC; DOZIE, INS; AMEH, GI; UKAGA, CN; NWOKE, BEB; NZECHUKWU, CT; UDUJIH, OS; NWOSU, DC. The varied beneficial effects of ivermectin (mectizan) treatment, as observed within onchocerciasis foci in south eastern, Nigeria. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 101(7): 593-600 (2007).
  55. UWAEZUOKE, JC; ANOSIKE, JC; NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS. Urinary schistosomiasis in Ihitte Uboma Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 28 (2): 90-94 (2007).
  56. NWOKE, BEB; NWOKE, EA; UKAGA, CN; ANOSIKE, JC; DOZIE, INS; AJERO, CMU. The impact of changing human environment and climate change on emerging and re-emerging parasitic diseases. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 28 (2): 135-145 (2007).
  57. CHUKWOCHA, UM; OSUAGWU, AE; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB; AMADI, AN. Concurrent incidence of malaria and typhoid fever among children in parts of the Imo River Basin of Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Health, 5 (2): 70- 73 (2008)
  58. KAISER, C; PION, S; PREUX, P; KIPP, W; DOZIE, I; BOUSSINESQ. Onchocerciasis, Cysticercosis, and Epilepsy. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 79 (5): 643 – 645 (2008).
  59. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; AMADI, AN; NWANKWO, BO; NWOKE, B.E.B; ONWULIRI, C.O.E.; AJERO, CMU. The application of remote sensing in identifying environmental conditions associated with malaria risk in Nigeria: A potential use and need of the Nigerian Satellites. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 2:19-21 (2008).
  60. CHUKWOCHA, UM; UKAGA, CN; DOZIE, INS; AMADI, AN; NWANKWO, BO; AJERO, CMU; AGUWA, OC; ABANOBI, OC; NWOKE, E.A. Food sanitation: the knowledge, attitude and practices of food handlers in Owerri Metropolis of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Biological and Environmental Sciences, 2:66-70 (2008).
  61. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB. The current relevance and application of erythrocyte sedimentation rate in the diagnosis and prognosis of disease conditions: a review. Journal of Medical Laboratory Science, 17: 7-10 (2008).
  62. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; UKAGA, CN. The potential application of Geographical Information System (GIS) in malaria control programs in Africa. Advances in Science and Technology, 3 (1): 1-6 (2009).
  63. CHUKWOCHA, UM; ASHIEGBU, KK; DOZIE, INS; AGUWA, OC. The perspectives of secondary school students on common diseases and medicines used: implications for the implementation of school based health programmes in Nigeria. Scientific Research and Essay, 4 (11): 1403-1407 (2009).
  64. ORJI, NM; NWOKE, BEB; UKAGA, CN; DOZIE, INS. Rapid assessment of endemicity of loiasis in Onuimo and Aboh-Mbaise Local Government Areas, Imo State, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Parasitology, 30 (2): 75-78 (2009).
  65. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB; ONWULIRI, COE & OSUAGWU, AE. The clinical patterns and complications of severe malaria in parts of the Imo River Basin of Nigeria. Nigerian Hospital Practice, 3(6): 76-79 (2009).
  66. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; NWANKWO, OC; ABANOBI, OC; AMADI, AN & NWOKE, EA. The distribution and intensity of malaria in a river basin in South Eastern Nigeria. African Journal of Biomedical Engineering & Science, 1: 57-64 (2009).
  67. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; NWOKE, BEB; ABANOBI, OC & AGUWA, OC. Prevalence of malaria infection and related morbidity among school children in Ezinihitte Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. The Journal of Environmental Health, 6 (2): 82-85 (2009).
  68. CHUKWOCHA, UM; IWUALA, CC & DOZIE, INS. Malaria control in Nigeria: sociocultural and behavioral perspectives. International Journal of Environmental Health and Human Development, 10(2): 42-48 (2009).
  69. AKUJOR, CE; DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE; OGUNGBERO, OA; UGWOKE, RE; ALOZIE, GA; MEJEHA, IM. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as a tool for the achievement of Millennium Development Goals in Nigeria. Advances in Science and Technology, 3 (2): 138-145 (2009).
  70. UWAEZUOKE, JC; ANOSIKE, JC; NWOKE, BEB; DOZIE, INS. Epidemiological studies on urinary schistosomiasis in Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 5(3): 264-270 (2009).
  71. CHUKWUOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; AMADI, AN, NWANKWO, BO; UKAGA, CN; AGUWA, OC; ABANOBI, OC; & NWOKE, EA. The knowledge, attitude and practices of food handlers in food sanitation in a metropolis in South Eastern Nigeria. East African Journal of Public Health, 6(3): 240-243.
  72. CHUKWUOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; AMADI, AN, NWANKWO, BO; NWOKE, EA. Distribution of Plasmodia Species and Common Clinical Symptoms in Malaria in Rural Community in the Middle Imo River Basin of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Health, 7(1): 31-37.
  73. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; ONWULIRI, COE. Assessing the Parasight-F Test for the Rapid Diagnosis of Malaria in parts of South Eastern Nigeria. African Journal of Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering & Sciences, 2: 3-8 (2010).
  74. CHUKWOCHA, UM; UKAGA, CN, DOZIE, INS, NWOKE, BEB, AJAERO, CMU & NWACHUKWU, MI. Local knowledge and perceptions on the transmission, treatment and prevention of loiasis in parts of Niger Delta Area, Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 31(1): 21-25 (2010).
  75. CHUKWOCHA, UM; DOZIE, INS; UKAGA, CN & NWOKE, BEB. Rapid assessment of loiasis in parts of the Niger Delta, Imo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology 32(1): 25-29 (2011).
  76. OHALETE, CN; DOZIE, INS; NWACHUKWU, MI & OBIUKWU, CE. Socio-economic consequences of malaria in pregnant women in Imo State, Nigeria. World Rural Observation 3(3): http/www.sciencepub.net/rural [USA] (2011)).
  77. CHUKWOCHA, UM & DOZIE, INS. Malaria transmission and mobidity patterns in holoendemic areas of Imo River Basin of Nigeria. BMC Research Notes, 4: 514-522 (2011)
  78. DOZIE, INS, NKEM, B & CHUKWUOCHA, UM. Cryptosporidiosis in Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Rural and Tropical Public Health, 10: 106-110 (2011)
  79. CHUKWOCHA, UM & DOZIE, INS, CHUKWUOCHA, AN. Malaria and its burden among pregnant women in parts of the Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction (in press).
  80. NKEM, B., CHUKWUOCHA, U., DOZIE, INS, AMAJUOYI, O, NWOKEJI, M. Cryptosporidiosis among children in some rural parts of Imo State, Nigeria. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, 5(11): 440-444 (2013).
  81. CHUKWUOCHA, UM, DOZIE, INS, IKE, I.I., NWABUEZE, P.O., NWANKWUO, G.C. Antimalarial drug resistance associated molecular markers in South Eastern Nigeria: a preliminary report. Nigerian Journal of Parasitology, 34(2): 141-146 (2013).
  82. NWAOKORO, JC, EMEROLE, CO, IBE, SNO, AMADI, AN, DOZIE, INS, Risk factors associated with gestational diabetes among pregnant women in Owerri Municipal Council, South-eastern, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Medical Sciences, 5: 39-46 (2014).
  83. CHUKWUOCHA, UM, NWANKWO, GC, EMEROLE, C, DOZIE, INS, NWUDA, OEC. Prevalent home management techniques and outcome among mothers of febrile children in Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology, 6(3): 111-118 (2014).
  84. NWAOZUZO, EE; DOZIE, INS. Infant feeding choices of HIV-positive mothers and its impact on the mother-to-child transmission (MCTC) of HIV infection. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 3(4): 642-661 (2014).
  85. NWAOZUZO, EE; DOZIE, INS. Adherence to antiretroviral drug prophylaxis by HIV-positive mothers and its impact on mother-to-child transmission (MCTC) of HIV infection. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 3(5): 959-977 (2014).
  86. NWAOZUZO, EE; DOZIE, INS. Infant delivery mode of HIV-positive mothers and its impact on mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV infection. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, 3(9): 1958-1970 (2014).
  87. NWAKWASI, RN; DOZIE, INS; NNADI, FN; UMUNAKWE, PC; CHIKARIE, J; EDEOGA, G. Assessment of rural women’s awareness of malaria disease control towards increased agricultural production in Orsu Local Government Area, Imo State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 17(2): 1785-1791 (2014).
  88. CHUKWUOCHA, UM, OKPANMA, AC, NWANKWO, GC, DOZIE, INS, NWUDA, OEC. Determination of delay in seeking malaria treatment for children under-five tears in parts of South Eastern Nigeria. Journal of Community Health (2014) (DOI 10.1007/s10900-014-9872-4).
  89. ORIMOLOYE, EO; AMADI, COA; AMADI, AN; AZUAMAH, YC; NWOKE, EA; ZACCHAEUS, U; DOZIE, INS. Assessment of water sanitation and hygiene practices in Ibadan, Nigeria. International Journal of Research, 2: 94-100 (2015).
  90. DOZIE, INS; NWOKE, BEB, AMADI, AN; CHUKWUOCHA, UM; DOZIE, WU; EZELOTE, J; LERUM, NI; CHIDEBELU, PE; ENWEANI, EO; FARO, FO; NWABUEZE, IC. Ebola virus disease – an emergent public health threat of the late 20th Nigerian Journal of Pure and Applied Science, 6: 1-13 (2015)
  91. CHUKWUOCHA, UM; ONYIRIOHA, MC; NWANKWUO, GC; OKORIE, H; DOZIE, INS. Assessment of the haematological profile of children with malaria parasitaemia treated with three different artemisinin-based combination therapies. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease, 5(6): 448-453 (2015).
  92. DENNIS, U; DOZIE, INS. Endemicity of schistosomiasis in some parts of Anambra State, Nigeria. Journal of Medical Laboratory and Diagnosis, 4(5): 54-61 (2013).
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