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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020,
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020,
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Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina with the Phamarcy and Poison Board Members and Kenyatta University Staff from School of Pharmacy. The board visited KU for re-inspection of the University Pharmaceutical Programmes,
Bachelor of Pharmacy curriculum mapping workshop in collaboration with Nottingham University under the SPHEIR project in Naivasha on 8th-10th May 2019
dr-joseph

Title : BScN, MSc (Pharmacology/Toxicology), PhD
Department/Unit/Section:
Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy
Contact Address: 
Kenyatta University  PO Box 43844,00100 Nairobi
Position:
Lecturer

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Area of Specialization

  • Pharmacology and Toxicology (Both Basic and Clinical)

Research Interests:

Basic Pharmacology/Toxicology ;  Clinical Pharmacology/Toxicology; Ethnomedicine &Ethnoveterinary;  Bioprospecting , Pharmacological & Toxicological Evaluation Of Medicinal And Toxic Plants

Conference Presentations

  • J. K Musau,The antibacterial activity of some medicinal plants used in Meru central district, Kenya 7th biennial conference. FVM-UoN Nairobi 8th-10th Sept 2010 
  • J.K Musau Development of a biopesticide for use against mosquitoes from selected plants in Msambweni district , Kenya Rise AFFNET fellows’ review workshop held at KCB centre,Karen, Nairobi 26th-27th October 2012 
  • J.K Musau Mosquito repellent properties of plants from Kenyan south coast region 1st international conference on sustainable natural products industries, health remedies, food and business in Africa, held at Imperial royale hotel, Kampala, Uganda 19th -22nd October 2014  
  • J.K Musau Acute dermal, eye irritation and genotoxicity potential Heeria insignis Del Rise AFFNET African natural products network held at Imperial royale hotel, Kampala, Uganda 11th -12th September 2015
  • Biprospecting for plants with mosquito adulticidal and larvicidal activities from Msambweni district ,kenya Rise AFFNET African natural products network held at Imperial royale hotel, Kampala, Uganda 11th -12th September 2015
  • J.K Musau Development of a plant based biopesticide and a mosquito repellent from selected plants in Kenya Marsh Park Hotel, Nairobi 15th -18th June 2016 

Publications

  • Musau, J. K., Mbaria, J. M., Nguta, J.M., Mbaabu, M., Kiama S.G. 2016 Mosquito repellency and knockdown effect of a plant based formulation. IOSR Journal of Pharmacy 6(5): 09-14
  • Musau J. K., Mbaria J. M., Nguta J. M., Mbaabu M. & Kiama S. G. 2016 Evaluation of genotoxicity potential of plants traditionally used for mosquito control in Kenya’s South coast. Merit Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 4(4): 178-182 ISSN: 2354-323X
  • Joseph K Musau, James M Mbaria, Joseph M Nguta, Mbaabu Mathiu, Stephen G Kiama 2016 Phytochemical composition and larvicidal properties of plants used for mosquito control in Kwale County, Kenya International journal of mosquito research 3(2): 14-17 ISSN: 2348-5906
  • Gakuya, D.W, Itonga, S. M, Mbaria, Jm, Musau, J.K, 2013 Ethnobotanical survey of biopesticides and other medicinal plants traditionally used in meru central district of Kenya Journal of Ethnopharmacology 145(2): 547-53
  • J.K Musau, J.M Mbaria & D.W Gakuya 2011,The anti-bacterial activity of some medicinal plants used in Meru central district, Kenya The Kenya Veterinarian 35(1):18-24

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