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Emeka Ugoala Ideas Activities
  • National Institute for Freshwater Fisheries Research
    New Bussa, Nigeria
  • Email
    Tel 234-8056372248
  • Sector:

    Tertiary Education
  • Organizations:

    National Institute for Freshwater Fisheries Research
  • IYC Interests:

    Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
    Encourage interest of young people in chemistry
    Generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
    Celebrate the role of women in chemistry
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DATE OF BIRTH: DECEMBER, 25TH, 1970 NATIONALITY: NIGERIAN

STATE OF ORIGIN: ABIA LOCAL GOVT. AREA: ISIALANGWA NORTH

SEX: MALE MARITAL STATUS: MARRIED

NUMBER OF CHILDREN: THREE RELIGION: CHRISTIANITY

LANGUAGE SPOKEN: IGBO, ENGLISH HOBBIES: READING, SPORTING, LISTENING TO MUSIC

NEXT OF KIN: MRS AMARACHI STELLA UGOALA (WIFE)

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES

AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA 2006-2008

UNIVERSITY OF JOS 1993-1999

SARDAUNA MEMORIAL COLLEGE, KADUNA 1984-1989

COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, OBIKABIA 1976-1982

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED WITH DATES

M.Sc. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2008

B.Sc. APPLIED CHEMISTRY 1999

SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (SSCE) 1992

FIRST SCHOOL LEAVING CERTIFICATE (FSLC) 1982

WORK EXPERIENCE

NYSC: GOVERNMENT COLLEGE BIDA, NIGER STATE 1999-2000

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FRESHWATER FISHERIES RESEARCH 2002-TILL DATE

DEMONSTRATOR: DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY, ABU ZARIA 2007

TRAINING UNDERGONE

FISH FEED DEVELOPMENT AND FEEDING PRACTICES IN AQUACULTURE. WORKSHOP JOINTLY ORGANISED BY FISHERIES SOCIETY OF NIGERIA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FRESHWATER FISHERIES RESEARCH, AND SPECIAL POLICY ON FOOD SECURITY OF FAO HELD AT NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FRESHWATER FISHERIES RESEARCH FROM 15TH-19TH SEPTEMBER, 2003

MICROSOFT POWER-POINT PREPARATION AND PRESENTATION. IN-HOUSE TRANING ORGANISED BY NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FRESHWATER FISHERIES RESEARCH, NEW BUSSA FROM 2ND-13TH JULY, 2007

PARTICIPATORY TRAINING WORKSHOP ON STANDARD OPERATIONS OF ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY (AAS) AND POLYACRYLAMIDE GEL ELECTROPHORESIS (PAGE) HELD AT NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FRESHWATER FISHERIES RESEARCH BETWEEN 14-18TH APRIL, 2009

PROFESSIONAL BODIES/SOCIETIES BELONGED

INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED CHEMISTS OF NIGERIA (ICCON)

NIGERIA CONSERVATION FUND (NCF)

FISHERIES SOCIETIES OF NIGERIA (FISON)

PUBLICATIONS

THESIS

1. ION EXCHANGE REACTIONS OF QUARTERNARY AMMIONIUM HALIDES WITH SAWDUST. PREPARATION OF OIL ABSORBENT. B.Sc THESIS UNIVERSITY OF JOS, NIGERIA 1999

2. INVESTIGATION OF THE COMPONENT FATTY ACIDS OF SOME FRESHWATER FISHES COMMON IN NIGERIA. M.Sc. THESIS AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA, NIGERIA, 2008

BOOK

1. NDUKWE, G. I.; UGOALA, C. and AUDU, T. O. (2010). Fatty Acids Composition of some Freshwater Fishes. Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co. KG and licensors, Germany

JOURNALS

1. UGOALA, C.; NDUKWE, G. and AUDU, T. (2009). Investigation of the constituent fatty acids of some freshwater fishes common in Nigeria. Brazilian Journal of Aquatic Science and Technology 13(1):65-70.

2. UGOALA, C. and NDUKWE, G. (2009). Progression of Fish Lipids Physiological Functions Research: Effects of Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids. International journal of chemical sciences vol. 2(2):293-306

3. UGOALA, C. and ORNGUDWEM, T. I. (2009). Waste Sawdust as Absorbent for the Removal of oil from aqueous solution and wastewater. International Journal of Pure and Applied Science vol. 2(1):8-14

4. UGOALA, C. (2009). The fatty and amino acids profiles of Cichlidae and claridae finfish species. Journal of Agricultural research and policies, vol. 4(3): 75-80

5. GWARI, B. M. and UGOALA, C. (2009). Approaches to studying sedimentation in some water bodies: An overview. Continental journal of fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 3:20-31

6. UGOALA, C.; NDUKWE, G. I. and AUDU, O. T. (2008). The Potential of Lipids to Nutrition and Biomedical Research- a review. Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Research vol. 3(1):14-24

7. UGOALA, C.; NDUKWE, G. I. and AUDU, O. T. (2008). Fatty Acid Composition and Nutritional Quality of Some Freshwater Fishes. Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal for the Tropics vol.5 (2):162-168

8. UGOALA, C. and IHAUHI, J.A. (2007). Comparison of nutritional quality of fried and smoked fish. Journal of science and technology research.vol.6 (1):64-70

9. YEM, I. Y.; AGO, N. D. and UGOALA, C. (2007). Diet seasonality and Overlap of Chrysichthys species on lake Kainji, Nigeria. Continental journal of fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 1:15-20

10. IHUAHI, J. A. OMOJOWO, F. S. and UGOALA, C (2007). Effect of brining and spice treatment on the quality of hot smoked catfish (Clarias gariepinus). African Journal of General Agriculture vol. 3(1):29

11. UGOALA, C. (2007). Non-invasive, non-destructive analytical techniques: Catalyst to effective Fisheries Research. The African Scientist

12. UGOALA, C. (2006). The economic appraisal of the shrimp industry in Nigeria. Biological and environmental sciences journal for the tropics, vol.3 (3):145-148

13. UGOALA, C. (2006). Fisheries Research- an Introspective Evaluation of the Nigerian Experiences. Biological and Environmental Sciences Journal for the Tropics vol.3 (4):69-76

14. UGOALA, C.; IHAUHI, J.A. and OBHAHIE, A.I. (2005). Fat frying and quality of fried product. Journal of scientific and industrial studies vol. 4: (1) pp 20-26.

15. UGOALA, C. and YEM, I. Y. (2005). Nigeria’s Fisheries Resources and Domestic Production: An Appraisal. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Studies, vol. 3(2): 1-7

16. UGOALA, C. and SANNI, A. O. (2005). Fish Imports and the Nigerian Economy. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Studies, vol. 3(1): 7-13

17. UGOALA, C. (2005). The Influence of Aquaculture on Nigeria’s Fisheries Production (1990-2000). Journal of Scientific and Industrial Studies, vol. 3(3): 6-9

18. UGOALA, C. (2003). Cured Fish Preservation using edible salt: A Review. The African Scientist, vol.4(4)

19. OLOKOR, J. O., UGOALA, C and IBITOYE, A. (in press). Study of fish weight loss in solar dryer across different agro-ecological zones of Nigeria. Journal of science and technology research