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educator , research scientist

Wolfgang Richard Mukabana, research scientist, educator. Achievements include invention of three port wind tunnel for assaying differential attractiveness of humans to mosquitoes. Grantee, World Health Organization/TDR, 2001-2002, National Institutes of Health/HEED, 2003-2005, Third World Academy sCIS., 2004-2005, International Atomic Energy Agency, 2005-2006. Science advisor Rusinga Child and Family Program, Mbita Point, Kenya, 2003—2005.

Background

Mukabana, Wolfgang Richard Son of John Muchere Wesamba and Elizabeth Andawa Muchere.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya, 1993. Master of Science, University Nairobi, Kenya, 1997. Doctor of Philosophy, Wageningen University and Research Centre, Netherlands, 2002.

Career

Graduate assistant University Nairobi, 1997—1998, tutorial fellow, 1999—2003, lecturer, 2003—2006, senior lecturer, since 2006. Research intern International Center Insect Physiology and Ecology, 1999—2002, visiting scientist, 2005—2006. Foreign collaborator Princeton University, New Jersey, 2003—2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of three port wind tunnel for assaying differential attractiveness of humans to mosquitoes.

Membership

Science advisor Rusinga Child and Family Program, Mbita Point, Kenya, 2003—2005.

Connections

Married Jacqueline Eileen Oduke. Children: Sheila Okot, Linda Nanjala, Emmanuel Muchere, Mark Muchere, Martin Muchere.

father:
John Muchere Wesamba

mother:
Elizabeth Andawa Muchere

spouse:
Jacqueline Eileen Oduke

child:
Sheila Okot Mukabana

child:
Linda Nanjala Mukabana

child:
Emmanuel Muchere Mukabana

child:
Mark Muchere Mukabana

child:
Martin Muchere Mukabana