Aquatic


        Ms. Asha M. Hamdun

CURRICULUM VITAE
Asha Mansour Hamdun

\r\nDepartment: Aquatic Environment and Fisheries (DASF)
\r\nAddress: P.O. Box 35064, Dar es Salaam
\r\nTelephone: 255-22-2410462 (Office)
\r\n0716-302978 (Mobile)
\r\nFax: 255-22-2410462
\r\nE-mail: ahamdun@udsm.ac.tz, ashoo_mansoor@yahoo.com, ahamdun@gmail.com


\r\n2.EDUCATION
\r\nQualification                                                          Dates                                     Universities/Colleges/Schools
PhD candidate                                                       2011-2015                            University of the Ryukyus, Japan
M.Sc. (Chemistry, Biology and Marine Science)     2001-2003                            University of the Ryukyus, Japan
B.Sc. (Chemistry and Microbiology)                      1997-2000                             University of Dar es Salaam, TZ
Form Six Certificate (PCB)                                    1994-1996                            Msalato Sec. School, Dodoma, TZ
Form Four Certificate                                            1990-1993                             Mawenzi Sec. School, Kilimanjaro

3. ACADEMIC POSTS HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
\r\nPost                                      Dates
\r\nAssistant Lecturer                 Feb 2005–Present

4. POSTS HELD OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
Post                                                                            Dates
\r\nDeputy Quality Control Manager September               2004–January 2005
\r\n(Tanzania Pharmaceutical Industries, Arusha)

AWARDS
\r\n• Japanese Government Scholarship (Mombusho): 2001-2003 (Japan)
\r\n• James Raphael Mainoya Prize: Best student in 3rd Year Degree in Microbiology Examinations, 2000.
\r\n• JSPS RONPAKU ( dissertation PhD ) program: 2011-2015 (Japan)

\r\n6. RESEARCH
\r\nStudy on the behavior of ozone forming nitrogen compounds in the gas and aerosols. PhD research project\r\n(2011-2015)

\r\nPhotochemical activity of seawater contaminated with red soil in the northern part of Okinawa Island M.Sc.\r\nResearch Project (2001-2003).

7. SELECTED SHORT COURSES, CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, AND WORKSHOPS
\r\n• Attended 49th Annual Meeting of the Geochemical Society of Japan, September 26-28, 2002,\r\nKagoshima, Japan.

\r\n• Attended 3rd Meeting of Asia Pacific Co-operation for sustainable use of Renewable Resources in\r\nBiosphere Reserves and similarly Managed areas (ASPACO), 1-6th Oct. 2002, University of the\r\nRyukyus, Okinawa, Japan.

\r\n• Attended short training on Deep Sea Environment, Global Oceanographic Data Center (GODAC)\r\nOkinawa, Japan, 21st May, 2003.

\r\n• Attended 99th Meeting of Japan Earth and Planetary Science, Chiba, Japan, May 26th –29, 2003.

\r\n• Attend radiation safety training, UWO, Human resources, Occupation health and safety, London,\r\nOntario, Canada, October 4-6th 2006

\r\n• Attend and completed comprehensive Workplace Hazardous materials Information System\r\nWHMIS Training, UWO, Human resources, Occupation health and safety, London, Ontario,\r\nCanada, October 16-17th 2006

\r\n8. CONFERENCE PRESENTATION
\r\n• Hamdun, A. M., K. Okada, H. Fujimura, T. Arakaki, H. Taira, Photochemical activity of\r\nseawater contaminated with red soil in the northern part of Okinawa, Goldschmidt\r\nConference, Poster presentation, Okayama (2003).

\r\n• Arakaki, T., H. Fujimura, A. M. Hamdun, K. Okada, H. Kondo, A. Tanahara, T. Oomori H.\r\nTaira, Simultaneous Measurement of Hydrogen Peroxide and Fe species (Fe(II) and Fe(tot)) in\r\nOkinawa Main Island Seawater – Impacts of Red Soil Pollution, The East China Sea 4th\r\nInternational workshop on the oceanography and fishery in the east China sea, Oral\r\nPresentation, Okinawa (2003).

\r\n• Arakaki T., A.M. Hamdun, K. Okada, Y. Kuroki, H. Ikota, H. Fujimura, and T. Oomori,\r\nPhotochemical Formation of Hydroxyl Radical in Red-Soil-Polluted Seawater in Okinawa,\r\nJapan – Potential Impacts on Marine Organisms, AGU 2004 Fall Meeting, Poster Presentation,\r\nSan Francisco, California, U.S.A. (2004).

\r\n9. PUBLICATIONS\r\n9.1. Publications in Refereed Journals
\r\n9.1.1. Arakaki, T, A. M., Hamdun, M.Uehara, and K. Okada, Photochemical Formation of\r\nHydroxyl Radical in Red- Soil –Polluted-Seawater on the north of Okinawa island, Japan,\r\nWater, Air and Soil Pollution, 209, 191-198 (2010).

\r\n9.1.2. Arakaki, T., H. Fujimura, A. M. Hamdun, K. Okada, H. Kondo, and T. Oomori,\r\nSimultaneous Measurement of Hydrogen Peroxide and Fe Species (Fe (II)and Fe (tot) ) in\r\nOkinawa Island Seawater: Impact of Red Soil Pollution, Journal of Oceanography, 61,pp. 561-\r\n568 (2005)

\r\n9.1.3. Hiroyuki Fujimura, Tomihiko Higuchi, Kazuyo Shiroma, Takemitsu Arakaki, Asha\r\nMansour Hamdun, Yoshikatsu Nakano, Tamotsu Oomori, 2008. Continuous-flow completemixing\r\nsystem for assessing the effects of environmental factors on colony-level coral\r\nmetabolism, J. Biochem. Biophys. Methods 70, 865–872 (2008)

\r\n9.1.4. Hamdun A.M., Arakaki T., Diurnal variation of ozone and nitrogen oxides in Dar es\r\nSalaam, 2013 (in preparation)\r\n
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