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Submission Of Close Out Report/Financial Retirement On TETFUND IBR INTERVENTION{An Update and Reminder}

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

MEMORANDUM

  To: All TETFund IBR beneficiaries                                                             From: TETFUND COMMITTEE

  Our Ref: UN/RC.250/TFC/BR/3                                                                        Date:      10th June, 2019

 

SUBMISSION OF CLOSE OUT REPORT/FINANCIAL RETIREMENT ON TETFUND IBR INTERVENTION{AN UPDATE AND REMINDER}

 

PUBLICATIONS (TETFUND IBR INTERVENTION WORK OUT PUT)

  1. Ughasoro, M.D., Madu, A.J., Kele-Eke, I.C. (2017) Clinical anaemia detection in children of varied skin complexion. A community-based study in southeast Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics 23(1):23-29 doi:10.1093/tropej/fmw044epub2016 jul22. (Impact factor 1.77)
  2. Onah Fab O., Onyishi Ernest, Ugwu Chuka, Izueke Edwin, Anikwe S. Obinna, Agalamanyi C. U., Ugwuibe C. O. (2017). Assessment of capacity gaps in Nigeria public sector: a study of Enugu State civil service. International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and management 2(7):24 – 32.
  3. Eke, I.G., Eze, U. U., Ezeudu, T. A., Ezeh, I.O., Anaga, A.O., Onyeyili, P.A. (2017) Diminazene aceturate residues in tissues of dogs treated with secnidazole-diminazene combination and with diminazene aceturate alone. Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences 15:16 – 20.
  4. Chukwuemeka G. Nnona (2017) The jurisdiction of Nigeria’s investments and securities tribunal. The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 5(2): 365 – 397.
  5. Ifeanyi Gabriel Eke, Ikenna Onyema Ezeh, Terry Adaeze Ezeudu, Ukamaka Uchenna Eze, Aruh Ottah Anaga, Patrick Azubuike Onyeyili (2018) Efficacy of secnidazole-diminazene aceturate combination therapy in tha late treatment of Trypanosoma brucei brucei infection in dogs. Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (In press)
  6. Ukamaka U. Eze, Ernest C. Ngoepe, Boniface M. Anene, Romanus C. Ezeokonkwo, Chika Nwosuh, Claude T. Sabeta (2018) Detection of lyssavirus antigen and antibody levels among apparently healthy and suspected rabid dogs in southeastern Nigeria. BMC Research Notes 11(920):1-6
  7. Chioma Inyang Aneke, Iniobong Chukwuebuka Ikenna Ugochukwu, Josephine Okafor, Kennedy Foinkfu Chah (2018) Prevalence and antifungal susceptibility of mycotic agents isolated from skin lesions of horses in Enugu State, Nigeria. Comparative Clinical Pathology doi.org/10.1007/s00580-017-2632Y
  8. Ibezim, E. C., Momoh, M. A., Onyishi, V. I., Nwabunike, I., Odimegwu, D. C., Ibezim, N.E., Nzekwe, N. J. (2018) Evaluating the ethyl-acetate fraction of crude methanol leaf extract of Ocimum gratissimum formulated as ointment for wound healing properties using the ecision wound model. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences 15(1):2698 – 2705.
  9. Ibezim, E. C., Momoh, M. A., Onyishi, V. I., Nwabunike, I., Odimegwu, D. C., Ibezim, N.E., Nzekwe, N. J. (2018) Wound healing properties of ointment formulations of Ocimum gratissimum crude N-hexane bark extracts using the ecision wound model. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences 15(1):2715 – 2720.
  10. Chinedu U. Ibe, Smart C. Obiora (2019) Geochemical characterization of granitoids in Katchuan Irruan area: further evidence for peraluminous and shoshonitic compositions and post-collisional setting of granitic rocks in the Precambrian basement complex of Nigeria. Acta Geochim doi.org/10.1007/s11631-019-00318-0
  11. Ogbu K. N., Mbajiorgu C. C., Ugwuoke K., Ndulue E. L. (2018) Development of a crop growth subroutine for the Watershed Resources Management (WRM) model. African Journal of Agricultural Research 13(4): 129-136.
  12. Emeka Leonard Ndulue, Constantine Crowner Mbajiporgu (2018) Modeling climate and land use change impacts on stream flow and sediment yield of an agricultural watershed using SWAT. CIGR Journal 20(4):15-25.
  13. Anietie Francis Udoumoh, Innocent Chima Nwaogu, Udensi Maduabuchi Igwebuike, Ikechukwu Reginald Obidike (2019) The morphological characteristics of the Meckel’s diverticulum of pre-hatch and post-hatch broiler chickens. Comparative Clinical Pathology doi.org/10.1007/s00580-019-02979-y
  14. Lawrence Nnamdi Obasi, Julius Chigozie Ezeorah, Valentine Ossai, Ayogu Jude, Uchechukwu Susan Oruma, Akachukwu Ibezim, Michael Lutter, Lydia Rhyman, Klaus Jurkschat, Necmi Dege, Ponnadurai Ramasami (2019) Structural, computational and in silico studies of Schiff bases derived from 2,3-dihydroxybenzaldehyde and molecular structure of their zwitterionic forms. Journal of Molecular Structure 1188: 69-75.
  15. Fabian Ifeanyi Eze, Xavier Siwe Noundou, Patience O. Osadebe, Rui W. M. Krause (2019) Phytochemical, anti-inflammatory and anti-trypanosomal properties of Anthocleista vogelli Planch (Loganiaceae) stem bark. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 238: 1- 5
  16. Emmanuela I. Nwoko, Anthony C. Mgbeahuruike, Ejike E. Ugwuijem, Onwumere S. Idolor (2019) Antifungal susceptibility pattern and identification of Candida species in women of child-bearing age suffering from malaria, typhoid and diabetes in Nsukka, Nigeria. African Journal of Microbiology Research 13(20): 332 – 340.
  17. Obinna C. D. Anejionu, Elijah S. Ebinne, Kelechi I. Nwosu and Raphael I. Ndukwu (2019) Are residents in urban areas of Nigeria exposed to healthimpacting levels of noise pollution? African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development (In Press)

 

 

The above listed publications serve as evidence of effective and proper utilization of IBR grant to staff. Nevertheless, a lot still needs to be done in this regards.

TETFund Committee, UNN is presently in the process of making returns to TETFund Abuja on the IBR Intervention disbursements.

 

All staff beneficiaries are hereby required to carefully note the completion dates of their approved research projects and promptly comply with the following attendant conditions of the award if they have not already done so.

  1. Submit their close out reports complete with financial retirement of funds released.
  2. Submit publications emanating from their research projects (in all cases, TETFund must be duly acknowledged).
  3. Please note that your response must reach TETFund office within 2 weeks of publication of this notice. Failure to comply will attract necessary sanctions including recovery of the released funds without further notice.
  4. A list of defaulters will be published on the UNN website at the expiration of the deadline without further notification.

 

 

 

Prof. Anene, B. M.

Chairman   TETFund Committee/TETFund Desk Officer