Ntihabose Ruth

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Published Papers : 

Ruth Ntihabose, Céline Surette, Delphine Foucher, Olivier Clarisse, Maryse F. Bouchard. Assessment of saliva, hair and toenails as biomarkers of low level exposure to manganese from drinking water in children. NeuroToxicology 64 (2018) 126–133. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuro.2017.08.011

Brief profile: 
“Ruth NTIHABOSE holds a Master of Science (Chemistry) obtained in 2015 from the University of Moncton (Canada). She also has a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (PGCLTHE) obtained in 2016 from the University of Rwanda. She got her Bachelor of Science in Biology-Chemistry with Education from the University of Rwanda-College of Education (Former Kigali Institute of Education, KIE) in 2008. At the completion of her undergraduate studies, Ruth has embarked on teaching Biology and Chemistry courses at Groupe Scolaire Saint Joseph Birambo. Since 2009, she has been appointed as a Tutorial assistant at URCE (former KIE). At the completion of Master’s studies, she has been appointed as Assistant Lecturer at URCE where she is currently teach chemistry and chemistry teaching methods courses. Ruth is has worked as a consultant for VVOB-Rwanda in CPD for STEM programme from 2018 to 2022. She has been involved as a trainer in the implementation of RQBEHCD (Rwanda Quality Basic Education for Human Capital Development) sub-component 1.2 project. She is an Academic Associate Member for the ACEITLMS (African Centre of Excellence In Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Sciences) and an active member of RAWISE (Rwandan Association of Women In Sciences and Engineering) and OWSD (Organization for Women in Science for Developing World).”
Research Area: 
Chemistry: Environmental chemical contaminants