Dr. Charles German Ikimi is the University Orator, Federal University Otuoke (FUO), Bayelsa State, where he teaches and conducts research. He is one of the founding lecturers of the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, FUO. He is the Coordinator, Department of Medical Biochemistry, Faculty of Basic Medical Science, FUO. He is the Deputy Director, Center for Continuing Education (CCE) (Part-Time Programmes), FUO. He is an Associate Director, Multidisciplinary Laboratory and Research Center. He specializes in Medical/Clinical/Forensic Biochemistry, with about forty original scientific research publications in reputable peer-reviewed journals and the like. He is a member of several unique learned academic societies/institutes and has both attended and presented technical papers at different conferences/workshops. He is renowned as a guest speaker on various topical issues affecting young people. He sits on the board of several non-governmental organizations and has served as a member of the HIV/AIDS research and awareness committee of the Bayelsa State action committee on AIDS, under the state ministry of health. He has been part of the flood management and Covid-19 response teams of Bayelsa State. He has provided volunteer professional services to the technology incubation center of the national board for technology incubation under the federal ministry of science and technology. He consults for firms handling the Shell-BP intervention programmes at Oloibiri community, Bayelsa State. In summary, Dr. Charles German Ikimi is a self-motivated and innovation driven scholar with profound leadership experience, modest entrepreneurial involvements and sublime collaborative potentials who hopes to contribute more towards a better society and national development through administrative platforms.


Biomarker development, Clinical/forensic biochemistry, Reproductive chemistry, Substance abuse studies, Immunology/endocrinology, Security science/safety studies, Local water purification technology, Computational biochemistry, Xenobiochemistry/toxicology, Environmental/public health studies


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