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After graduating with a Bachelors degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Nairobi in November 2007, Dr. Ochwang'i registered with the Kenya Veterinary Board.He was awarded University of Nairobi Scholarship to do Masters in Comparative Mammalian Physiology.He got an Academic Research Enhancement Award by  Western Kentucky University, USA (2008-2009) to work on “Transcriptional Regulation of Nitric Oxide Synthase 3 gene in Pulmonary Myofibroblasts differentiation and the implications for this in pulmonary fibrosis.” Funded by NCRR, KBRIN and NIH.Dr. Ochwang'i was then employed as  tutorial fellow in 2009,awarded Masters degree in 2011 and commenced PhD studies in Cancer research 2012.Other interests include signalling and molecular biotechnology.


i)Cancer Research; drug development and pharmacognosy

ii) Gene expression assay.

iii) Recombinant DNA technology

iv) Cell culture and transfections

v)Comparative Physiology


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