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									                         CURRICULUM VITAE

A. PERSONAL DATA
NAME:                                         Idise, Okiemute Emmanuel
SEX:                                          Male
DATE OF BIRTH:                                15/02/60
MARITAL STATUS:                               Married
NO. OF CHILDREN:                              Four
STATE OF ORIGIN:                              Delta State
L.G.A:                                        Ughelli-North
CONTACT ADDRESS:                              Dept. of Microbiology,
                                              Delta State University,
                                              Abraka.

PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS:                       No. 5, Agbarha/Ughelli Road,
                                              Gana-Agbarha,
                                              Ughelli-North L.G.A.,
                                              Delta State.

TELEPHONE:                                    08057592441
e-mail:                                       emmaidise@yahoo.com


B. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION
SCHOOLS ATTENDED WITH DATES
SCHOOL                                    DATE                 CERTIFICATE OBTAINED WITH
                                                                              DATES
1. St. Andrew’s Pry. Sch., Agbarha-otor   1965 – 1970         Pry. Sch. Leaving Certificate
2. James Welch Gram. Sch., Emevor         1971 – 1976         WASC Div II (1976)
3. Edo College, Benin-City                1976 – 1977                  -
4. University of Benin, Benin-City        1977 – 1981         B.Sc. (Hons) Microbiology
                                                              2nd Class Upper Division (1981)
5. University of Benin, Benin-City        1982 – 1984         M.Sc. Microbiology (Industrial) (1984)
6. University of Port-Harcourt,
   Port-Harcourt                          1989 – 1995         MBA (Management)
7. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria         2007 – 2009         PhD Microbiology (Microbial genetics)




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C. WORKING EXPERIENCE

NYSC (National Youth Service Corps)

Institution: General Hospital, Jalingo, Taraba State

Duration: Aug, 2001 to Jul., 2002.

Position Held: Microbiologist

Responsibilities: All daily routines of the medical laboratory; supervision of

                  subordinates and any other duties as may be assigned by the Head of

                  the Laboratory and/or the Chief Medical officer.



Institution: Delta State University, Abraka

Duration: Jan., 2004 to Date

Position Held: Lecturer I

Responsibilities: Teaching/examination of allocated courses; supervision of Students’

                  research projects; adviser to students; supervision of students on

                  Industrial    training scheme;       conducting    students   mandatory

                  field/excursion trips for the department; collation of examination

                  questions for the department, moderation of same with the university

                  appointed external examiner and ensuring the administration of the

                  examinations in accordance with the university set regulations;

                  supervision of subordinates and any other duties/responsibilities

                  assigned by the Head of Department or Dean of the Faculty or the

                  Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics) or management.




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Organization: Jite Ventures, Ughelli, Delta State / Maidugure, Borno State

Duration: Jan 1994 – Dec 2003

Position Held: Operations Manager

Responsibilities: Preparation of payments of all sorts including wages and salaries;

                  reconciliation of bank statements and any other responsibilities

                  towards the good corporate image of the company; sorting for and

                  execution of contract jobs and service contracts with other corporate

                  bodies; supervision of other members of staff/subordinates and any

                  other responsibilities as may be directed by the Chief Executive

                 Officer of the company.



Company: Reenforce Nig Ltd, Warri

Duration: Jan 1991 – Dec 1993

Position Held: Accountant

Responsibilities: Preparation of payments of all sorts including wages and salaries;

                  reconciliation of bank statements and any other responsibilities

                  towards the good corporate image of the company; supervision of

                  other members of staff/subordinates and any other responsibilities as

                  may be directed by the Chief Executive Officer of the company




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Company: Superbru Ltd., Agbarha-Otor

Duration: Jul 1985 – Sep 1989

Position Held: Brewer/Microbiologist

Responsibilities: Monitoring the quality from raw materials in-take to finished products;

                 monitoring the product specification compliance during production up

                 to finished/ packaged products; supervision of subordinates during shift

                 duties and at other times; ensuring product competitive quality

                 assurance in the brewing industry; part of the research team that

                 produced ‘Supermalt’, a highly competitive malt drink in the Nigerian

                  market at that time; research/design of new products in line with

                 prevailing market needs and economic conditions and any other duties

                 / assignments as may be directed by the Brew master and Head of

                  Quality Assurance Laboratory or management.



Institution: College of Education (Now Delta State University), Abraka

Duration: Dec 1983 – Jun 1985

Position Held: Lecturer III

Responsibilities: Teaching/examination of allocated courses; supervision of Students’

                   research projects and teaching practice; supervision of subordinates

                   and any other duties/responsibilities assigned by the Head of

                   Department or management.




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RESEARCH

Completed:

   i.      The prevalence of aflatoxins in prepared foods in Benin-City.

   ii.     Chemical and microbial changes in bottled palmwine with period of storage.

   iii.    Strategic management in the brewing industry: a case study of breweries in

           Bendel/Eastern region of Nigeria.

   iv.     Inhibition of food spoilage organisms with neem seed oil

   v.      Microbial deterioration of agidi during storage.

   vi.     The use of extract of ginger (Zingiber officianale), garlic (Allium sativum) and

           lime (Citrus aurantifolia) in meat preservation.

   vii.    Studies on petroleum-degrading potentials of wild and mutants of Bacills sp

           and Pseudomonas sp isolated from an oil-contaminated soil in Abraka,

           Nigeria.

   viii.   Sensitivity of some human pathogens to natural honey and pawpaw (iCarica

           papaya) latex.

   ix.     Alcohol tolerance of wild and mutant strains of brewer’s yeast

           (Sacccharomyces cerevisiae).

   x.      Studies on the bioremediation of effluent of Kaduna refining and

           petrochemical company, Kaduna with wild and modified strains of Bacillus

           cereus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

   xi.     Assessment of physico-chemical and microbial characteristics of refinery

           effluent after treatment.




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    xii.    The effects of seasons on impact of final discharge water of a refinery during

            non-production on the body of water.

    xiii.   The determination of genetic marker of the mutagenized strains of

            Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bacillus cereus.

    xiv.    Biodegradation of phenol in refinery effluent by single and mixed cultures of

            Pseudomonas sp and Bacillus sp.

    xv.        Biodegradation of phenol in refinery effluent by single and mixed cultures of

            Bacillus sp and Candida sp.

In Progress:

       i. Production of wine from various fruits using wild and modified strains of yeast.



ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

1. Idise, O.E., Ameh, J. B., Yakubu, S.E. and Okuofu, C.A. (2009). Assessment of
   physico-chemical and microbial characteristivs of refinery effluent after treatment. J.
  Appl. Sci. Environ. Managt. (In Press).

2. Idise, O.E., Ameh, J. B., Yakubu, S.E. and Okuofu, C.A. (2009). The determination of
   the genetic marker of the mutagenized strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and
   Bacillus cereus. Bayero J. Pure and Appl. Sci (In press).


3. Inabo, H.I., Idise,O.E. and Benjamin, A. (2008). Phenol biodegradation potentials
   of Bacillus sp and Candida sp isolated from refinery effluent. Afr. J. Biosci. 2(1):
   44-48.


4. Idise, O. E, Ameh, J.B. Yakubu, S.E. and Okuofu, C.A. (2009). The effects of seasons
   on impact of final discharge water of a refinery during non- production on the
    receiving body of water. Pan-African Journals. In Press.

5. Inabo, H.I., Idise,O.E. and Bajeh, I.B. (2008). Biodegradation of phenol in refinery effluent by
    single and mixed cultures of Pseudomonas sp and Bacillus sp. Int. J. Biosci. (In Press).




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6. Idise, O. E, Ameh, J. B. and Anyalirue, A.A. (2007). The use of extracts of ginger
    (Zingiber officinale), garlic (Allium sativum) and lime (Citrus aurantifolia) in meat
     preservation. Journal of pure and applied Microbiology 1(2). In Press.

7. Idise, O. E and Ameh, J. B. (2007). Studies on Petroleum-degrading potentials of
    wild and mutant strains of Bacillus sp isolated from an oil-contaminated soil in
    Abraka, Nigeria. Journal of Bioscience and Biotechnology Research, Asia 4(2). In
    Press.

8. Idise, O.E., Ameh, J. B. and Ado, S.A. ( 2009). Petroleum degrading potentials of
   wild Pseudomonas aeruginosa and its mutant strains. Biol. and Envt. Scis. J for the
   Trop. (BEST). 6(1): 26-31.

9. Idise, O.E., Ameh, J. B. and Ado, S.A. (2009).Antimicrobial activities of pawpaw
  (Carica papaya) and honey. Biol. and Envt. Scis. J for the Trop. (BEST). 6(1):
   61-65.

10. Idise, O.E., Ameh, J. B., Ado, S.A. and Isukuru, E.F. (2009). Microbial quality of
    ‘nono’ obtained from Abuja Municipal area, Nigeria. Biol. and Envt. Scis. J for the
    Trop. (BEST). 6(1):40-44.

11. Inabo, H.I., Idise,O.E. and Benjamin, A. (2008). Phenol biodegradation potentials of
    Bacillus sp and Candida sp isolated from refinery effluent. Afr. J. Biosci. 2(1):
    44-48.
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12. Idise, O. E. (2007). Inhibition of food spoilage organisms with neem seed oil.
    Journal of pure and applied Microbiology 1(1): 51 - 53

13. Idise, O. E. (2007). Microbial deterioration of Agidi during storage. Journal of pure
    and applied Microbiology 1(1): 29 - 32


14. Idise, O. E. and Izuagbe, Y.S. (1988). Microbial and chemical changes in bottled
    palm wine during storage. Nigerian Journal of Microbiology 8(1): 175 - 184

15. Idise, O. E. and Izuagbe, Y.S. (1985). Effect of preservatives and pasteurization
    on microorganisms isolated from Nigerian bottled palm wine. Microbios letters
    28(1): 117 – 121


RESEARCH INTEREST
  ● Bioremediation of refining and petrochemical effluent using modified
    strains of Bacillus sp and Pseudomonas sp

   ●   Production of wine from various fruits using innate and modified yeast strains




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   ● Polishing (for further purification) of treated effluents by means of
     phytoremediation systems

   ● Investigations of effluents using other species of bacteria and fungi to build up a
      data bank of bioremediation organisms

   ● Isolation and concentration of active enzymes of bioremediation.



HOBBIES

Soccer. Chess. Traveling.



REFEREES

   1. Prof. Ejechi, B.O.
      Dept. of Microbiology,
      Delta State University,
      Abraka.
      e-mail: benejechi@yahoo.co.uk


   2. Prof. Ameh, J.B.,
      Dept. of Microbiology,
      Ahmadu Bello University,
      Zaria.
      e-mail: ameh2070@yahoo.com


   3. Prof. Okuofu, C.A.,
      Dept. of Water Resources,
      Ahmadu Bello University,
      Zaria.
      e-mail: tadicon@yahoo.com




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