Assistant lecturer
July 31, 1981
and biochemical assays. fieldwork: proficient in conducting field surveys and contributing to group projects. time management and organization: effective in managing multiple tasks and controls. scientific writing and communication: skilled in writing research papers and data collection in various environments and geographical locations. plant pathology: knowledgeable about plant diseases and distinguishing features. research and data analysis: experienced in designing and conducting experiments and find creative solutions to challenges encountered in research or fieldwork. and grant proposals and growth and management strategies. plant physiology: understanding of plant physiological processes such as photosynthesis and meeting deadlines. adaptability and problem solving: ability to adapt to changing circumstances and molecular techniques for plant improvement. experimental design: ability to design and implement well-controlled experiments and performing statistical analysis using software such as r and their responses to environmental factors. plant breeding and genetics: familiarity with basic principles of plant breeding as well as presenting findings to both scientific and non-scientific audiences. collaboration and teamwork: proficient in working collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams collecting data diagnosis dna extraction genetic analysis including appropriate replication including their identification including their morphology or spss. laboratory techniques: skilled in using laboratory equipment PCR performing various techniques such as microscopy plant identification: proficient in identifying various plant species prioritizing workloads randomization reports respiration sampling SAS sharing knowledge taxonomy think critically tissue culture

About Candidate

Edet Iwebaffa amos is dexterous in designing and implementing experimental procedures in biological science, plant science such as plant pathology, seed mycology, plant genetic screening for resistance, botanical and inorganic control of vector of plant pathogenic fungi and plant biotechnology. skilled in a wide variety of experimental techniques, including the use of biotechnological and bioinformatics tools. His current work is focused on fungi detection and diagnosis, host- fungi-virus interaction and, molecular approaches  with this objectives in mind which includes   Lifelong Learning: To Engage in continuous learning by staying updated on the latest research, technologies, and advancements in the field. This can involve reading scientific journals, attending conferences, taking online courses, or pursuing advanced degrees or certifications.
Professional Associations and Networks: Join relevant professional associations or networks that provide access to resources, workshops, and networking opportunities. Engaging with peers and experts in the field can facilitate knowledge sharing and skill development.
Mentorship and Collaboration: Seek out mentors or senior professionals who can provide guidance, advice, and opportunities for skill development. Collaborating with colleagues on projects or research can also foster learning and skill enhancement through shared expertise.
Specialized Training: Identify specific areas of expertise or skills that require improvement and seek out specialized training programs or workshops to acquire or enhance those skills. This could involve attending workshops on new laboratory techniques, data analysis methods, or other relevant topics.
Cross-Functional Experience: Look for opportunities to gain experience in different areas within the field. This could involve volunteering for interdisciplinary projects, taking on diverse responsibilities, or seeking assignments that require collaboration with professionals from other disciplines.
Personal Projects and Research: Undertake personal projects or research initiatives that allow for hands-on application and exploration of new techniques or concepts. This can help deepen understanding and develop practical skills in a self-directed manner.
Technology Proficiency: Stay updated with the latest technological tools and software relevant to the field. Familiarize yourself with industry-standard software, data analysis tools, and laboratory equipment to ensure proficiency in handling modern research methodologies.



Masters of Agriculture in Crop Protection (Pathology option)

. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

Plant science, Plant biotechnology, plant pathology, seed mycology, plant genetic screening for resistance, botanical and inorganic control of vector of plant pathogenic fungi. skilled in a wide variety of experimental techniques, including the use of biotechnological and bioinformatics, fungi detection and diagnosis, host- fungi-virus interaction and, molecular approaches


Postgraduate Diploma in Education

ii. National Teachers Institute Kaduna, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria

Science Education (Biological science)


B. Tech. Microbiology

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso,

To investigate the structure, classification, metabolism, genetics, and interactions of microorganisms These include culturing microorganisms in the laboratory, using microscopes to observe their morphology and structure, and employing molecular biology techniques to analyze their genetic material and to investigates the roles of microorganisms in biogeochemical cycles, pollution remediation, and the maintenance of ecosystem balance, biotechnology and bioengineering for the production of enzymes, biofuels, and other bioproducts


Senior secondary certificate

Methodist Grammar School Elekuro Ibadan

secondary education

Work & Experience



May 20, 2024 - May 20, 2024
i. Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo Directorate of Sandwich Programmes. Oyo state. Agric Science Education Lecturer. 2021 till date

Teaching core biological subjects