SHEATHE: Xenobiotic substances and heavy metals in the environment – a threat to health, ecosystems and development in Ghana
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MSc.: Analytical Chemistry, 2015-2017, KNUST
BSc. : Bsc. Chemistry, 2012, KNUST
I had my BSc degree in Chemistry from KNUST from 2008-2012. I also hold Diploma in Education from Ofinso Teachers’ Training College from 2003-2006. I am currently researching on the topic “bioaccessibility of heavy metals and mercury in soils and root tubers from artisanal mining areas in Ghana for my MPhil (Analytical Chemistry) degree at KNUST, where am expected to complete in June, 2017.
BSc. : Bsc. Chemistry, 2019, KNUST
Ida Sandra Quarm
I am currently a second year student in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology reading BSc. Chemistry. As an upcoming researcher, my top goal is to give back to the society. Help in solving societal problems through research and findings and I believe my participation in this project would set me in the race. Taking part in SHEATHE – Xenobiotic Substances And Heavy Metals In The Environment- A Threat To Health, Ecosystems And The Development In Ghana would help discover the displacement of heavy metals and waste electrical and electronic equipment in the environment.
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BA. :Integrated Community Development, 2014, University For Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana
A hardworking, discipline and energetic individual looking forward to experience working within a variety of settings from a range of different background and age. I have a great passion and zeal for project works especially for those that seek to change the fortunes of vulnerables in society.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated Community Development from the University for Development Studies.
I have cumulatively three years experience in administrative duties by working as Administrative Assistant at the Department of Chemistry, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi as National Service Person and Voluntary.
I also have a practical experience in field work by working and living in rural community for a period of 16 weeks.
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