Eyualem Abebe

  • Interim Chairperson of the Dr. Herman G. Cooke Department
  • Natural Sciences, Pharmacy, & Health Professions, ECSU
  • ebabebe@ecsu.edu
  • (252) 335-3236

EDUCATION: PhD. & MSc., Ghent University, Belgium; MSc. & BSc., Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia RESEARCH INTEREST: Dr. Abebe is an organismal biologist with extensive experience in nematode biology (nematology) with a special focus on aquatic habitats. Dr. Abebe has served in various capacities at various universities including as the Department Chair and Research and Publications Officer. He currently serves as an editorial board member and section editor for four professional, scientific journals including Nematoda. Dr. Abebe takes training of undergraduate students through research very seriously and welcomes inquiries from students about research opportunities in his lab.

There are 5 included publications by Eyualem Abebe :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Amylotrophic Lateral Sclerosis-Like Motor Impairment in Prion Diseases 2019 132 Neurodegenerative diseases are collective diseases that affect different parts of the brain with common or distinct disease phenotype. In almost all of the Prion diseases, motor impairments that are characterized by motor derange- ment, apathy, ataxi...
A critique of current methods in nematode taxonomy 2011 101 Morphology based nematode taxonomy and biodiversity studies have historically challenged most biologists. In the past few decades, there have been efforts to integrate molecular methods and digital 3D image-capturing technology in nematode taxonomy, ...
An entomopathogenic Caenorhabditis briggsae 2010 155 Caenorhabditis elegans is a premier model organism upon which considerable knowledge of basic cell and developmental biology has been built. Yet, as is true for many traditional model systems, we have limited knowledge of the ecological context in wh...
Genome sequence and comparative analysis of a putative entomopathogenic Serratia isolated from Caenorhabditis briggsae 2015 116 Background: Entomopathogenic associations between nematodes in the genera Steinernema and Heterorhabdus with their cognate bacteria from the bacterial genera Xenorhabdus and Photorhabdus, respectively, are extensively studied for their potential as b...
Invasion of Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) Is Associated with Decline in Macrophyte Biodiversity in an Ethiopian Rift-Valley Lake—Abaya 2017 486 Macrophytes play critical ecological role in inland water bodies, especially in shallow systems. Water hyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes ) is an invasive plant species introduced to Ethiopian water bodies around the mid 20th century with recently exace...