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The School has a mandate to provide foundational training for students from all the schools in UHAS. To deliver this, the School is made up of three Departments to deliver the various disciplines.

  • Department of  Biomedical Sciences

    Reuben Ayivor Dzanie (Assistant Lecturer & Ag. HoD)

     BSc, MPhil (K’si).  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

     

    My general research interest is the host-pathogen interactions between humans and infectious agents in the tropics.Specifically I have the desire to understand how the human immune response to the infectious pathogens, P. falciparum (malaria), H. pylori and viruses. 

     

       

     


  • Department of Basic Sciences

    Daniel Abaye (Lecturer & Ag. HoD)

    PhD, MSc (Nottingham), BSc (K'si)   Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

    • Applications of GC/MS, LC/MS/MS, and methods development in health, pharmaceuticsand nutrition; environmental health.
    • Small molecule characterisation; combinatorial chemistry and mass spectra
    • Quality of drugs (e.g. artemisinin-derivatives).

     


  • Department of General and Liberal Studies

    Dorvlo, Kofi Godknows Eric (Senior Lecturer & Ag. HoD)

     BA, MPhil, PhD (Leiden)        Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

    • Verba Africana project funded by Leiden University Department of Internationalisation to document Ewe stories in Ghana for use as E-learning materials both by native speakers of Ewe in Ghana and by those who use Ewe as a second language in these minority language areas.
    • Code switching in West Africa and Grammatical outcomes from the contact of languages in Ghana.
    • Language use of people in minority language areas, Funded by African Humanities Project in 2010.

     


 

 

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