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MAILING ADDRESS & CONTACTS 315 Porter Hall Department of Environmental and Plant Biology Ohio University Athens, OH 45701, USA Cell: + 1 330 245 4015 Fax: +1 740 593 1130 Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Personal webpage: http://www.ohio.edu/people/aa208109/
EDUCATION Ohio University, Athens, OH, USA Ph.D. Candidate (Environmental and Plant Biology), September 2009 to date. Degree anticipated in spring 2013. Advisor: Dr. Brian C. McCarthy Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana Master of Philosophy in Biological Sciences 2005 Advisor: Dr. Kwadwo Yeboah-Gyan KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences 2001 Advisor: Dr. Kwesi Obiri- Danso
WORK & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Research Assistant, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University, 2009date - Responsibilities included PBIO 5/426: Plant Physiological Ecology, PBIO 4/515: Quantitative Methods in Plant Biology (Winter 2011), BIOL 101: Principles of Biology (Fall 2010), PBIO 303: Medicinal Plants of Ohio (Summer 2010), BIOL 101: Principles of Biology (Spring 2010), PBIO 209: Plant Ecology (Winter 2010), PBIO 103: Plants and Society (Fall 2009). Lecturer, Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana. 2005–date - Rank attained: Senior Lecturer, 2009. - Responsibilities included BIOL 153: Introductory Genetics, BIOL 355: Introduction to Principles of Ecology, BIOL 452: Ecosystems and Conservation, BIOL 453: Biodiversity Utilization and Conservation. Teaching & Research Assistant, Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology, KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana. 2001-2005.
Ohio. BIOL 157: Plant Taxonomy/Systematics. Competitive) Fellow.” $800. RESEARCH INTERESTS Biodiversity conservation. 157 (8): 1822 – 1828. Ohio University Graduate Students Senate Original Work Grant for the study “Fuel reduction treatment effects on productivity and carbon sequestration in the mixed oak forests of central Appalachians.” $750. A. & Akyeampong. Tropenbos International – Ghana mini. Anning. W/R research support to “Plant Diversity.. HONOURS Donald Clippinger Fellow (Competitive). 2011. Larbi. Structure and Conservation Status in Relation to Anthropogenic Disturbance of the Ankasa Resource Reserve.grant to investigate the “Impacts of selective logging and Broussonetia papyrifera invasion on tree species diversity of the Afram Heawaters Forest Reserve. S. AG Leventis Foundation Award. BIOL 252: Basic Microbiology. (2009). 2| P a g e .00 in funding for my research project titled “Fuel Reduction Treatment Effects on Productivity and Carbon Sequestration in the Mixed Oak Forests of Central Appalachians”. dendroecology. Ohio. 2011-2012. Ohio Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Studies (OCCEES . Ghana: Impact of management systems. Thalia geniculata and Typha latifolia. Ohio University.” $800.00. Western Region of Ghana.Anning’s CV June 2011 - Responsibilities included BIOL 255: Introduction to Principles of Ecology. USA.00. invasive plant ecology.00. J. K.000.00. CURRENT RESEARCH Fuel reduction treatment effects on productivity and carbon sequestration in the mixed oak forests of central Appalachians. Manage. GRANTS Ohio University Student Enhancement Award (SEA). PUBLICATIONS/ABSTRACTS/CONFERENCES Articles in refereed journals 1) Addo-Fordjour. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated irrigation water using Limnocharis flava. abundance and relationship with trees in the Bobiri forest reserve. 2008. 2009. phytoremediation. P. USA. provided $5850. Thalia geniculata and Typha latifolia. International Foundation for Science (IFS) research grant for the study “Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated wastewater used for vegetable production in Kumasi using Limnocharis flava.. Fall 2010. 2011. Ghana Wildlife Division. human disturbance impacts on forest structure and functioning. Ghana. 2009. 2002-2004. A. Liana species richness.” $12. Forest Ecol.
Anning. (2011). Anning. Journal of Science and Technology 28 (3): 103 – 116. KNUST Botanic Garden. S.. Anti. Ghana. Addo-Fordjour. Rubino. D.. abundance and taxonomy of heavy metal tolerant species in degraded mine site: Potential candidates for phytoremediation. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soil in the tropics . & Addo-Fordjour. 5) Addo-Fordjour. Kwarteng. K. K. E. K. C. Journal of Ghana Science Association 9 (2): 138 – 145. 27th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association. K... Kumasi. P. and Osei. & McCarthy. J. A. 2nd College of Science. Ghana. 10-15th July. (2010). Alabama. Ghana. A. K. Obiri-Danso.. P. E. Sutherland. Anning. P. (2008). Ghana. 3) Belford. Thalia geniculata and Typha latifolia in constructed wetlands. K. K. KNUST Biennial Research Conference. A. J. 2010. A. J.. E. International Journal of Botany 4 (2): 186 – 195. An evaluation of local community participation in forest resources conservation in some selected districts of Ghana. (2007) Crow and vulture nest density and placement pattern on Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. 10 – 13th July.. M. Third (3rd ) Alps Bio Cluster Event.G. E. Anning. 2) Anning. D. K... M.. African Journal of Ecology 45: 355 – 360.K. A. Floristic composition and vegetation structure of the KNUST Botanic Garden. K. Obiri-Danso. K. 4-9 August. P. Volta Region. K. K. T. Ghana.K. 26th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association. Ho.. KNUST.. 3) Anning. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated irrigation water using Limnocharis flava. Cape Coast. D. Akyeampong.. 72nd Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists in Huntsville. B. and Awuah.. (2011).Screening of indigenous vegetation for potential species. Ghana. 7) Akyeampong. Owusu-Sekyere. E. E. Anning. (2009). 6) Addo-Fordjour. A. A. and Schroeder. Ghana. Dendrochronological analysis of white oak growth patterns across a topographic moisture gradient in southern Ohio.. Diversity and conservation of medicinal plants in the Bomaa community of the Brong Ahafo region. M. 2010. 2008. A. Ghana. (2008) Impacts of selective logging and Broussonetia papyrifera invasion on tree species diversity of the Afram Headwaters Forest Reserve in Ashanti. K. D.. Helmholtz-Zentrum.Anning’s CV June 2011 2) Addo-Fordjour. Composition and distribution of vascular epiphytes in a tropical semi-deciduous forest. 8) Anning... (2008).F. 5) Anning. Atakorah. Addo. and Akonnor. K. and Tettey. and Agyei. (2007) Diversity and distribution of invasive weeds in Ashanti Region. and Anning. A. M. J. 3| P a g e . D. Kumasi. 4) Anning. E. N.. 4) Belford.. and Yeboah-Gyan. (2008) Diversity and distribution of climbing plants in semideciduous rainforest. Belford. Kumasi. K. S. P. (2009). Oral Presentations 1) Korsah. Doamekpor. A. 2011. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research 2 (9): 226 – 233. 3-4 February. A. Munich – Germany. Anning. A. Ewudzie-Sampson. and Grant. F. The African Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 2 (2): 39 – 45. Kusi. P. S. (2008). Adanyeguh. African Journal of Ecology 47 (4): 767 – 773. 2011. S. A. Distribution. Y. April 13-16. K. Environmental Biotechnologies to improve human health and quality of life. P. A. P. A. I. L. Chances Hotel.
3) IFS/CANR/CREPA workshop on Sustainable Water Resources Management and Sanitation. Poster presentations Anning. A. Abeokuta. Laboratory Methods. Ghana. SPECIALIZED ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE/SKILL Critical Thinking and Analytical Abilities. Instructional Publications Yeboah-Gyan. USA. Sasakawa Centre. KNUST. 5th – 10th August. 2007. 2011. 1-9th August. WORKSHOPS/SHORT COURSES 1) 21st Annual North American Dendroecological Fieldweek (NADEF 2011). 87 pp. (2009). VA. S. `` (2007) Preliminary assessment of the ecological and physicochemical impacts of macrophyte infestation on drinking water reservoirs in the Ashanti Region. Nigeria. Thorough knowledge of dendrochronological procedures. 2011. Austin. Pembroke. Dendrochronological analysis of white oak growth patterns across a topographic moisture gradient in southern Ohio. 96th Annual ESA General Meeting. 7-12th August. 5 – 30th June.. ER. Cape Coast.. 20 – 30th March. KNUST. A. including the use of identification keys. 2006. K. Ghana. Sutherland. including spatial analysis. 27 – 28th May. Mountain Lake Biological Station. NODA Hotel and College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR). 4| P a g e . 2009. Proficient in Statistical Analyses (both univariate and multivariate) and Grant Writing Adept at using various statistical softwares. 26 – 31th October. Eric Wiener of Ramapo College. Auxtin Convention Center. 5) Tropical Forest Ecology Course jointly organized by the Ramapo College of New Jersey. USA. Working knowledge of plant Taxonomy and Systematics of both tropical and temperate forests. P. O. p 57 – 58. Akyeampong. E. K.. Rubino. Ghana. 2003. and Proposal Writing. & McCarthy. Kumasi. 4) CTA/UNAAB training workshop on Scientific Data Management. USA. georeferencing. D. particularly the R software Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and ArcGIS. A. K. 2008. ourse Facilitator: Dr. K. C. L. model building and map making. Mensah. K. Addo-Fordjour. 25th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Akim Tafo and Bunso. at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology. Ogun State... University of Agriculture. L.Anning’s CV June 2011 6) Anning. K. Kumasi. TX. & Anning. and Wiredu. B. KNUST Faculty of Distance Learning. University of Cape Coast. Kumasi. (2011). USA and KNUST. BIOL 501: Ecosystems and Conservation for MSC Environmental Science distance programme. A. 2) Workshop on Participatory Curriculum Development on Invasive Alien Species (IAS) and Integrating IAS Issues into Learning Institution Activities in Ghana.
2007–2009 Member. Kwasi Obirio-Danso. member since 2008 International Biometry Society. member since 2006 SERVICE TO COMMUNITY Assistant Departmental Seminar/Project Coordinator.Anning’s CV June 2011 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Sigma Xi. Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology. Since 2008 African Journal of Ecology (international). Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology. KNUST. Since 2008 Journal of Plant Interactions (international). 2) Dr. Botanic Garden and Herbarium Management Committee. 5| P a g e . Brian McCarthy. Ghana. Ghana. Since 2010 REFEREES 1) Dr. Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology. KNUST. Professor. Kumasi. 2005–2009 Examination Coordinator. Ohio University. Ohio Chapter. Email: obirid@yahoo. member since 2011 Tree Ring Society. Athens. KNUST. Ghana. Department of Environmental and Plant Biology. member since 2011 Ghana Science Association. 2005–2007 Senior Members in charge of collating research activities of staff of the Departments of Theoretical and Applied Biology and Environmental Science for both the University’s departmental rankings and for Quality Assurance Bulletin. Ghana. OH. 2007–2009 Academic Tutor. Email: mccarthy@ohio. Since 2008 Journal of the Ghana Science Association (local). Since 2009 African Journal of Agricultural Research (international). Professor. Since 2008 African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology (international). 416 Porter Hall. Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology.edu. KNUST. 2008–2009 Journal Reviews Journal of Science and Technology (local). College of Science Examinations Office.com. 45701 USA. KNUST. Ghana.
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