alexa Nole Tsabang | University of Yaounde
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Nole Tsabang

Nole Tsabang
Adjunct lecturer
University of Yaounde

Dr TSABANG Nole has received his Ph.D on 02nd April 2008 at the University of Yaounde 1. He has successfully completed his scientific responsibilities as researcher at the Institute of Medical Research and Medicinal Plants Studies. Now he is working as an Adjunct lecturer at the University of Yaounde 1, Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Science and at the Higher Institute of Environmental Science respectively 7 years and 4 years ago. Based on this research and fellowship training he has received several awards and honors, such as: Joseph Everett Dutton Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity accredited by International Agency for Standards and Ratings (IASR). IASR recognizes Nole Tsabang, among World's 500 Most Influential Ethnobiologists for the Year 2015 on Earth. He is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like…….expert Reviewers for journals like The Turkish Journal of Agriculture & Forestry, Foundation International of Science (FIS) and OMICs Groups International journals. He is a member of Cameroon Ethnobotany Network, Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme, many Groups like Botany and Companies like Leiden University, Heifer Project International He also work as an Independent Consultant with social and environmental NGOs including Heifer International Cameroon; Alpha Technology; Poëry Environmental SA in association with Rio Tinton Alcan; Rainbow Environmental Consult in association with Caminex and Global Water Partnership Central Africa. Now he is an independent consultant at Jackson State University, through a collaboration that he has developed with Pr. Paul Bernard Tchounwou and Dr. Clement Yedjou, lecturers at this prestigious University. Dr. Nole Tsabang has served as principal investigator of many Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) in the area of flora and vegetation and in many biological studies of forest reserves, in several ethnobotanical and ethno veterinary surveys. He has written numerous scientific reports for the concerned Institutions and presented or co-presented numerous reports at national and international conferences including Traditional African Medicine days; 4th conference of the Cameroon Forum of Biodiversity (CAFOBIOS), University of Dschang-Cameroon; 13th International Conference on Ethnobiology at Montpellier in France; 10th world conference on animal production at Cape Town, in South-Africa, 2008; 45th Congress of European Society of Toxicology, Rhodes, Greece 2008; 13th International Conference on Ethnobiology at Montpellier in France and 45th Congress of European Society of Toxicology. Rhodes, Greece 2008. He is involved in the publication of five books, four of which are on the ethno veterinary practices and the last on medicinal plants used to treat diabetes.

Research Interest

His research has included the following specialties: Botany, Ecology, Ethnobotany, Ethnopharmacology, Ethnoveterinary, Environmental science, etc.

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