IDOMEH Joyce (Newcastle University, UK)

  • First Name: Joyce
  • Name: Joyce Idomeh
  • Postion: Postdoc
  • Email address: joyceidomeh@gmail.com
  • Institute / University / Company: Newcastle University
  • Research Unit: Environmental Microbiology
  • Address (city, state): Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Phone: +44 7423297956
  • Please give 5 key-words showing your research / interest in Microbial Ecotoxicology:
    • Microbial diversity
    • Microbial environment
    • Aquatic Microbiology
    • Bioinformatics
  • Main kinds of contaminant(s) of interest: Metals, PAH,
  • Main kinds of microorganisms of interest: Bacteria, Fungi
  • Main kinds of ecosystems of interest: –
  • Do you give courses on Microbial Ecotoxicology ?: Post doctoral opportunities
  • If yes, please tell us more about the courses (University, course level,website,etc): MEP 201: Introduction to Environmental Pollution MEP 305: Environmental and Marine Microbiology MEP 214: Marine Ecology
  • Most relevant articles in the field of Microbial Ecotoxicology (max.5):
    • Idomeh, J.E., Shittu, O.B., Oyedepo J.A., Bada B.S., Balogun S.A., Idomeh F.A., and Ezenweani R.S. (2021) Petroleum hydrocarbon impacted aquatic ecosystem reveals 3 | P a g e Methylotenera as the dominant genera during rainy and dry seasons in Nigeria‚Äôs Delta region. Geomicrobiology Journal
    • Akhere, M.A., Ezenweani, R.S., Ikudaisi, C.O., and Idomeh, J.E. (2020) The use of phytoplankton for the determination of the trophic status and portability of Aiakhuakhuari River, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, International Journal of Maritime and Interdisciplinary Research, 1(1): 113-123
    • Idomeh, J.E., Shittu, O.B. and Isokpehi, N.A. (2017) Characterization of bacterial community in crude oil-polluted Warri River and Ubeji 2 Creek in Delta State Nigeria, Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment, 13(4): 130-134 Idomeh, J.E. (2018) Co-Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates and Biosurfactants with Pseudomonas luteola, Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Science, 26(2): 67-75
    • Shittu, O.B. and Idomeh, J.E. (2019) Water Quality of Ubeji Creek Impacted by Crude Oil from a Bunkered Pipeline, Annals of Biomedical Sciences, 18(1): 23-31