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DR MOSES ADDO NARTEY
Nartey Moses Addo

Nartey Moses Addo

Staff ID: PS 821

Staff Category:

Teaching

Position:

Lecturer

School:

Agriculture and Technology

Department:

Animal Production and Health

M. A. Nartey holds a PhD in Animal Science majored in Biotechnology at the Jiangsu University of Science and Technology. Presently, he is a lecturer at the Department of Animal Production and Health, Dormaa Campus. Dr Nartey’s specific interests include; gene cloning, DNA profiling and sequencing, novel gene-editing technique CRISPR/Cas9 system, transcriptomic analysis. His current research interest revolves around identifying canonical genes responsible for micro livestock adaptation in the tropics. Additionally, his research interest revolves around molecular characterization, identification of genes and detection of fungi, bacteria and viruses using both conventional and Quantitative Real-Time PCR to elucidate functionalities of pathogens. Furthermore, he has research and review publications in International peer-reviewed journals such as Animals, Insects Science, Invertebrate Survival Journal, Acta Ecologica Sinica, International Journal of Engineering and Science to his credit. Nartey is young, energetic, industrious, calm, pleasant personality, and works well with others. In addition, he is trustworthy, well organized in his work keeps an eye on details.

M. A. Nartey holds a PhD in Animal Science majored in Biotechnology at the Jiangsu University of Science and Technology. Presently, he is a lecturer at the Department of Animal Production and Health, Dormaa Campus. Dr Nartey’s specific interests include; gene cloning, DNA profiling and sequencing, novel gene-editing technique CRISPR/Cas9 system, transcriptomic analysis. His current research interest revolves around identifying canonical genes responsible for micro livestock adaptation in the tropics. Additionally, his research interest revolves around molecular characterization, identification of genes and detection of fungi, bacteria and viruses using both conventional and Quantitative Real-Time PCR to elucidate functionalities of pathogens. Furthermore, he has research and review publications in International peer-reviewed journals such as Animals, Insects Science, Invertebrate Survival Journal, Acta Ecologica Sinica, International Journal of Engineering and Science to his credit. Nartey is young, energetic, industrious, calm, pleasant personality, and works well with others. In addition, he is trustworthy, well organized in his work keeps an eye on details.

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