Journal of Pollution Effects & Control

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control
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ISSN: 2375-4397

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Sauda Swaleh

Sauda Swaleh

Associate Professor & Deputy Director, Africa Centre for Transformative and Inclusive Leadership (ACTIL).

Her educational details are: Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research Institute (NIBR) in Massachusetts, USA in the Departments of Investigative Toxicology (iTox), Early Development, Cambridge, Boston, United States of America. 2009: Visiting Scientist Curriculum Vitae - Sauda M. Swaleh Page 2 of 62 International Summer School, Sustainability in the Organic Chemistry Course, Technische University, Carolo – Wilhemina zu Braunschweig, Germany 2001: Post-doctoral Studies ASCA, Angewandte Synthesechemie, Adlershof-Berlin, Germany. 2001: Dr. rer. nat (Magna cum Laude), Chemistry, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany 1994: Masters of Science Research Project – Organic Chemistry (Natural Products) Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya. 1990: Bachelor of Education (Science) Second Class Honours (Upper Division), Kenyatta University, Nairobi. 1986: Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE), Allidina Visram High School,
Research Interest
Biomedical research, Organic, Bioorganic chemistry and Applied Analytical chemistry – Food Science.  Phytochemical and Biological Studies of Kenyan Medicinal Plants.  Evaluation of antimicrobials efficacy of medicinal plants traditionally used in the controlled of infectious diseases and Investigation of Natural Products with Antimalarial, Trypanocidal and Leishmanicidal Activity from Medicinal Plants.  Combination of Synthesis and Natural Product Chemistry  Synthesis of Potential Antimalarial Agents by Chemical Coupling of Novel Natural Products and Synthetic Templates.  Quantification of Phytochemicals with Antioxidant activities from different varieties of fruits and specific vegetables from selected areas in Kenya.  Determination of Cyanogenic Potential levels in Cassava from Different Agro - ecological zones in Kenya.  Potential of Plant crops as Bio-diesel.  Bioavailability of Vitamin A, E and C in People living with AIDS and Effects of Indigenous Food in the Management of HIV & AIDS.

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