Cyprian Mose Nyaribo

Biography:

Nyaribo is currently a lecturer in the school of Pharmacy and Health Science at the United States International University-Africa where he teaches specialized courses in Human Anatomy.

He has over 10 years’ teaching experience. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Human Anatomy at the University of Nairobi where he is investigating on the “Gestational microscopic and immunohistochemical evaluation of fetal heart anomalies”. His earlier projects involved an “assessment of the influence of ketoconazole on memory retrieval among adult wistar rats”. He also has experience in laboratory research and has taught since 2008.

Nyaribo regularly publishes research findings in a peer referred journals, he is a member of The Clinical Officers council (COC), international brain research organization (IBRO), and TReND in Africa.

Nyaribo is also passionate about mentoring the students, staff and junior Faculty at USIU Africa.

Academic Degrees;

1. PhD. Human Anatomy (on-going) at University of Nairobi, KENYA

2. MSc. Human Anatomy Kampala International University, Western campus, Uganda

3. BSc. Human anatomy Kampala International University, Western campus, Uganda

4. Diploma in clinical medicine Kampala International University, Western campus, Uganda

Professional/Industry Certifications

  • Former lectuer, Kampala International University - Western Campus, Uganda (2010-2013).
  • Former lecturer, Uzima university College – CUEA, Kisumu (2012-2013)
  • Completed a three week course in Drosophilla Neuroscience and Neurogenetics, courtesy of international brain research organization (IBRO), and TReND in Africa
  • Coordinator of the community outreach program - Kampala International University Teaching Hospital (KIU-TH).
  • Internal examiner of surgery in the school of clinical medicine, faculty of allied health sciences, Kampala International University- western campus.
  • Service delivery monitoring officer of General outpatient department (GOPD) in Kampala International University Teaching Hospital (KIU-TH).
  • Community work especially with Bushenyi Medical Centre under the orphans and vulnerable children program.
  • I have successively supervised sixteen (16) undergraduate students in their research projects.
  • Director of Kampala international university youth empowerment association 2006- 2012

    Publications (Where possible include the link to the publications)

    Journal Articles

    1. Janet Nalwoga, Michael Tirwomwe, Albert Nyanchoka Onchweri, Josephat Nyabayo Maniga, Cyprian Mose Nyaribo, Conrad Ondieki Miruka (December 2016)

    DRUG RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS IN CLINICAL SAMPLES AT KAMPALA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY-TEACHING HOSPITAL, BUSHENYI DISTRICT, UGANDA American Journal of Biomedical Research.

    2. Nyaribo CyprianMose, Nyabayo Josephat Maniga, Kerubo Eunice Bogecho, Marera Domnic Oduor, Nyanchoka Albert Onchweri, Miruka Conrad Ondieki (2016):

    ASSESSMENT OF THE INFLUENCE OF KETOCONAZOLE ON MEMORY RETRIEVAL AMONG ADULT WISTAR RATS African Journal of Science and Research.

    3. Marera Domnic, Nyaribo Cyprian (2015)

    FORENSIC AGE ESTIMATION BASIC ON SKELETAL GROWTH ASSESSMENT: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW. International journal of current research

    4. Nyaribo CyprianMose, Nyabayo Josephat Maniga, Marera Domnic Oduor, Nyanchoka Albert Onchweri, Miruka Conrad Ondieki (August, 2015): ASSESSMENT OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND UTILIZATION OF HIV PEP OF KIUTH STUDENTS. Researchjournal’s journal of public health

    5. Marera Domnic, Nyaribo Cyprian, Mercy Singoei (2013)

    ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF MALE CIRCUMCISION TOWARDS REDUCTION OF HIV/AIDS AMONG RESIDENTS OF ISHAKA TOWN COUNCIL, UGANDA. International journal of science and research.

    6. C. Nyaribo, S.B Mesole, Y.G Mohammed, A.OOkpanachi, J. Olusakin (2012): “SOME OF THE REGENERATIVE PROPERTIES OF THE AQUEOUS EXTRACTS OF OCIMUM SANCTUM OF THE CYTOARCHITECTURE OF THE LIVER OF THE ADULT FEMALE WISTAR RATS FOLLOWING PARACETAMOL INDUCED LIVER DAMAGE.British Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology

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    7. P. Yonga, C. Nyaribo, J. Mugadu, A. Barasa, (2011): “ANTHROPOMETRIC ASSESSMENT OF AIDS-AFFECTED ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN (OVCS) IN A RURAL UGANDAN POPULATION” pag.ias2011.org/Abstracts.aspx?AID=327

    Teaching (courses taught)

    • Gross anatomy
    • Histology
    • Embryology
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