Emmanuel completed his BSc in Microbiology from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. He went on to undergo the Nigeria mandatory National Youth Service Corps where he taught Senior Secondary School Biology alongside community development programmes focused on MDGs awareness, Drug-free and Road Safety campaigns. He moved on to complete his MSc in Microbiology (Medical) at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, with a research and thesis on Determination of Rheumatoid Factor and staphylococcus aureus in Suspected Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients attending Selected hospitals in Zaria, Nigeria. Emmanuel is in Cranfield University, United Kingdom to pursue a PhD in Promoting microbial remediation processes using Biochar
Emmanuel is carrying out his PhD research with Cranfield Environment and Agrifood, within Cranfield Water, Energy and Environment. His PhD research focuses on Sustainable Bioremediation practice exploring the potentials of Biochar and Spent mushroom compost to promote soil microbial remediation of complex mixture contaminants (hydrocarbons and heavy metals) in soils.
Petroleum Trust Development Fund (PTDF)
Articles In Journals
- Bourhane Z, Lanzén A, Cagnon C, Said OB, Mahmoudi E, Coulon F, Atai E, Borja A, Cravo-Laureau C & Duran R (2022) Microbial diversity alteration reveals biomarkers of contamination in soil-river-lake continuum, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 421 (January) Article No. 126789.
- Atai E, Ella EE, Whong CMZ & Musa BOP (2016) Determination of Rheumatoid Factor in Suspected Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Attending Selected Hospitals in Zaria, Nigeria, Journal of Natural Sciences Research, 6 (10) 67-72.