Negesse Mekonnen Asrese
Institute of Land Administration
Teaching Undergraduate courses (Veterinary Pharmacology, Veterinary Toxicology, Veterinary Public Health, Veterinary Parasitology) Postgraduate course: Drug residue from food of animal origin (MSc program) Preventive Medicine and Herd Health (Msc program) Advising undergraduate students: Senior seminar (12 students) and DVM thesis (18 students in different research topics) Research Brucellosis and Associated Risk Factors in Dairy Cattles of Eastern Ethiopia (published) Camel Trypanosomosis in Pastoral and Agro-pastoral areas of Eastern Ethiopia (ongoing ) Detection and Quantification of Frequently used Veterinary Drugs from Bovine Meat and Milk, Eastern Ethiopia (80% completed) Community service Training of Veterinarians and Animal Health Workers Participation in Rabies and Hydatidosis prevention campaign Managerial role: Campus registrar head starting from June 10, 2015 to July 08, 2016
Computer and other soft Skills____________________________________________ o Computer skills: Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel (very good), Access (good) o Other soft skills: SPSS, STATA, Molecular biology softwares for manipulation of genetic data. Language Skills__________________________________________________________________ o Amharic: Mother tongue, fluent o English: professional Language, fluent
Negesse Mekonnen and Endalkachew Abebe (2017):Ethnobotanical knowledge and practices of traditional healers in selected districts of Eastern Hararghie, Ethiopia. Ethiopian veterinary Journal, 21(2): 40-61.
Mekonnen Golessa and Negesse Mekonnen (2017): Vector Identification and Prevalence of Bovine Trypanosomosis in Oda Buldigilu District of Benishangul Gumuze Regional State, Western Ethiopia. Journal of entomology and Zoology Studies, 5(5): in press
Negesse Mekonnen, Yohannes Sika, Firew Lejebo, Tesfaheywet Zeryehun (2017): Evaluation of the Efficacy of Various Concentration of Deltamethrin Impregnated Targets on Tsetse Fly in and around Arba Minch, South Western Ethiopia. Journal of entomology and Zoology Studies, 5(5): in press