Chia Samuel Chima


Chia Samuel Chima
Designation: Assistant Lecturer
Email: chiasamuel2010@uam.edu.ng
Phone: 08069249670
Gender: Male

Biography

I am currently pursuing a career in academics as an Assistant Lecturer in the area of Animal Physiology with 8 years experience. My research interests include reproductive physiology, blood parameters and artificial insemination.

QUALIFICATIONS
• M. Sc. (Animal Physiology)
• B. Agric. (Animal Production)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERlENCE
Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
• Engaged in teaching and research (undergraduates)
• Member, Departmental Examination committee
• Member, Departmental and College Boards

ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT
• Sesame Technician, Ower West L.G.A., Benue State.
Diamond Development Initiative, Kano, Kano State
• Junior Secondary School Teacher, Tilley Gyado College, Makurdi.

ACADEMIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Thesis
• The characterization of Muscovy (Cairina moschata) ducks in Benue state: A case study of Makurdi and Katsina-ala local government areas. (B. Agric. Project).
• Effect of Moringa oleifera leaf extract on growth performance, gut morphometry and serum biochemistry of rabbit bucks. (M. Sc. Project).

SKILLS
Proficient in Microsoft Word, data analysis and internet applications.

LANGUAGES
Tiv (mother tongue) and English (advanced level)

HOBBIES
Music, movies, reading and internet browsing.

Memberships

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Publications

Journal Publications
-D.S. Gwaza, W.M. Igbayima and S.S. Chia
Genetic Distance Between Populations of the Tiv Local Chicken in the Derived Guinea Savannah Zone of Nigeria (2015).
-K.O. ldahor, L.A.F. Akinola and S.S. Chia
Egg Colour, Weight and Shape: Possible Indices in the Predetermination of Duck.ling Sex (2015).
-K.O. Idahor, L.A.F. Akinola and S.S. Chia
Predetermination of Quail Chick Sex Using Egg Indices in North Central Nigeria (2015).
-K.O. ldahor, L.A.F. Akinola and S.S. Chia
Sex Predetermination in Fowl Using Some Egg Parameters in North Central Nigeria (2015).
-D. S. Gwaza, A. Yahaya and S.S. Chia
Assessment of Herd Size and Structure of the Savannah Muturu on Free Range in Relation to Genetic Improvement in the Benue Trough of Nigeria (2018).

Specializations

Animal Physiology

Research Archive

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Responsibilities

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