Dr. Isaac U. Isaac


Dr. Isaac Udo Isaac, a native of Iwok I, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, is a dedicated academician and researcher specializing in Analytical and Environmental Chemistry. Currently serving as a Lecturer at the Department of Chemistry, Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Nigeria, Dr. Isaac has a rich educational background. He holds a Ph.D. and M.Sc. in Analytical & Environmental Chemistry from the University of Port Harcourt, along with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry from the same institution. Dr. Isaac’s expertise extends beyond academia, evident through his participation in various specialized trainings and certifications, including Artificial Intelligence for Teaching and Research, Tech-hub Training on Innovation, and Higher Education Roundtable Talkshops, among others. His career journey reflects a commitment to both teaching and industrial practice. With over six years of full-time lecturing experience, Dr. Isaac has taught courses both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and also has many project students under his supervision. In addition to his academic endeavours, Dr. Isaac has a robust industrial background, having worked as a Laboratory Supervisor and QHSE Manager at Anal Concept Limited. His responsibilities included ensuring quality control and coordinating health, safety, and environmental procedures, amongst others. Beyond his professional roles, Dr. Isaac actively engages in community service, university administration, and professional body activities. He has served in various capacities including, Assistant Sub-Dean, and member of numerous university committees aimed at enhancing academic standards. Currently serving as the Deputy Director of Institutional Advancement, Dr. Isaac has contributed immensely towards the advancement of the University, like the creation of the institutions’ alumni base, amongst others. His contributions to research are notable, with several publications in peer-reviewed journals and chapters in research books.


Groundwater quality assessment, soil remediation, and health risk assessment of heavy metals.


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