Prof. James Mbaria holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Pharmacology and toxicology awarded in 1999. He also holds Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVM) and Master of Science (MSc, Pharmacology & Toxicology) degrees. Currently he is an Associate Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology in the Department of Public Health, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, University of Nairobi.

Prof. Mbaria

James M. Mbaria a holder of Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate (PhD) degrees. He is the
Chairman of Department of Public Health Pharmacology and Toxicology and Professor of
Pharmacology & Toxicology at the University of Nairobi. He is registered and retained by the
Kenya Veterinary Board as a Veterinary Surgeon with over 30 years of professional experience.
He is also an active member of Kenya Veterinary Association and the Toxicology Society of
Professor Mbaria worked as a Veterinary Office in the civil service in the State Department of



Jacquiline Kisianan Kenana, James Mucunu Mbaria, CKKPOO.  2019.   Toxicological and Phytochemical Evaluation of Uvariodendron kirkii. (2019).. The Journal of Ethnobiology and Traditional Medicine..


Antony Letoyah Yiaile, James Mucunu Mbaria, IMO-MMOOAHHJM.  2018.  Preliminary Screening of Crude Extracts of Fagaropsis Angolensis for Anticancer Activity.


Tom Osewe, James Mbaria, DYDOJNHO(2017).  2017.  Bioactivity and toxicity of Bridelia mirantha, Chenopodium ambrosoides and Ocimum americanum plant extracts.. International Journal of Basic clinical Pharmacology,. ( DOI:http//


and Emily Muema, Peter Kinyanjui, JMJNSCJKNOAN.  2016.  Toxicity and safety of Khat (Cantha edulis) consumption during pregnancy using olive Baboons (Papio Anubis as Experimental Models: A prospective Randomized study. . Greener Journal of Epidemiology and Public Health, Vol 4(3) pp. 061-070 DOI: http//doi.irg/10.15580/GJEPH.2016/3/102116188.



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