Natural and Environmental Sciences
American University of Nigeria
PhD Immunology & Infectious Diseases (Liverpool University, UK).
Professor Tyndall has a keen interest in Public Health. She has worked in Gabon and Cameroon on several tropical disease projects including malaria and river blindness. Professor Tyndall is an active supporter of community projects in AUN and has worked extensively with students and faculty in collaboration with the most health institutions throughout the state.
Vincent, Jennifer A., Lacouture, Mario E. ,Nicholson-Weller, Anne , Klickstein, Lloyd B. (2000) “An in vitro, complement-dependent model of particle transfer from erythrocytes to macrophages” Immunopharmacology, ISSN: 01623109, Vol: 49, August (1-2) 2000, Pg 90.
Tyndall J, Okoye V, Ameh M, Olaoye O, Komolafe O, Bala F, Chanchangi D, Olalekan B, Idris M & Bapetel Pariya H (2013) Chemical Analysis of Iodine Content in Table Salts collected from Nigerian Markets and Local Eateries. European Chemical Bulletin. 2013, 2(6), 324-327
Disruption of Angiogenesis by Anthocyanin-Rich Extract of Hibiscus sabdariffa. 2015 Jahng, Wan Jin, Boyd, Jessica, Jennifer Vincent-Tyndall, Sylvester, O'Donnell, Joshua, Madu, Christiana Okere, Jimoh, Luqman, Ji-Yeon Um, Zhang, Ruonan, Sripathi Srinivas. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 8, Issue 2, February-2017.