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Hassanali A works as professor in Department of Chemistry, Kenyatta University, Kenya. He is awarded with Ph.D. from University of Nottingham (UK), in 1967-69. He recieved his Bachelors degree B.Sc (General) from University of Adelaide (Australia). He worked as Associate Professor, Chemistry Department, University of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, from 1974 - 1978, Professor of Chemistry, University of Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania from 1978 - 1985, Senior Research Scientist, Chemistry and Bioassay Research Unit, ICIPE from 1981 - 1983, Senior (and from 1989 Principal) Research Scientist & Head, Chemistry & Biochemistry Research Unit, ICIPE from 1983 - 1992, Principal Scientist & Head, Behavioural & Chemical Ecology, Department, and Leader of Locust & Migrant Pests, Programme, from 1993 – 2006, Deputy Director General (Research), ICIPE Principal Scientist & Head, Behavioural & Chemical Ecology from 1995 (June) -1997 (May). Currently he is working as Professor of Chemistry, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya from 2008 (Nov) to date. He recieved many awards Special Commonwealth African Aid Programme (SCAAP) Fellowship,(University of Adelaide, Australia) in 1962 - 1965, University of Adelaide, shared top position with another Honours student, and awarded the Chemistry Prize in 1965, UNESCO fellowship to undertake PhD at the University of Nottingham, UK University of Adelaide, shared top position with another Honours in 1967 - 1969, Royal Society Fellowship for Sabbatical at University of Sussex, UK, in 1974 - 1975, Sir John Pringle Exchange Fellowship, Rothamsted Experimental Station, England in 1984 (Sept-Nov), Elected Fellow, African Academy of Sciences in 1989, Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa), Kenyatta University, Kenya in 2004.
Desert Locust. Pheromones mediating aggregation, Malaria Vectors. The chemical ecology of oviposition, Tsetse flies. The chemical ecology of host selection, Ticks. Studies on the (i) feeding site location behaviour of Rhipicephalus appendiculatus, behavioural manipulative studies to control this tick and Amblyomma variegatum, Parasitic weeds. Elucidation of the allelopathic basis of striga-controlling properties of Desmodium spp., Natural Products.
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