SHEATHE: Xenobiotic substances and heavy metals in the environment – a threat to health, ecosystems and development in Ghana

About 100 were received from all over the world from well qualified people for a place in the SHEATHE project. Applications were received from Pakistan, India, Saudi Arabia and over 10 countries on the African continent. Of these, 11 were short-listed and invited for an interview at the Ibis Tek Boardroom, College of Science, KNUST. After a rigorous exercise, 6 deserving candidates were admitted into the PhD programs with starting dates in August 2016 and January 2017.


Elvis Gyeabour and Eugene Ansah were selected for WP 1 while William Ali was chosen for WP3. These students will formally start work in August 2016. Additionally, Opoku Gyamfi and Wilhemina Asare were recruited for WP2 and Mavis Korankye selected for WP4. They will begin work in January 2017.


Congratulations to all selected candidates.


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