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Admas  Berhnau

Admas Berhnau

Biotechnology - Lecturer, and Director of Research Directorate




Admas Berhnau Berisso




Lecturer, and Director of Research Directorate

Educational Qualification

B.Sc. from Mekelle University- Ethiopia;

M.Sc. from CCS-HAU, India.

Experience in teaching and research

9  Years

Area of Specializations

Biotechnology & Molecular Biology


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Research Interest

·  Genome Mapping, and Genetic Diversity Studies;

· Plant Health, and Molecular Reasoning of Disease Resistance;  

·  Microbial Biotechnology, and Antibiotic Resistance;  

·  In-vitro Research on Plant Tissues, and Medicinal Plant Studies;  

·  Nutrition, and Agriculture and Development


·   Getachew A, Berhanu A, Birhane A. 2016. Production of Sterilized Medium Chain Length Polyhydroxyalkanoates (Smcl- PHA) as a Biofilm to Tissue Engineering Application. J Tissue Sci Eng .7: 167. Doi: 10.4172/2157- 7552.1000167

· Getachew A. Berhanu A., Pandian M. 2016. Improvement of Health by Probiotics: The Roles on Human Gut and Immune Modulation. British Microbiology Research Journal 15(2). 1-14. Online ISSN: 2231-0886.

· Berhnau A. and Pandian M. 2016. Evaluating the bactericidal effect of actinomycetes isolates to specific strains of pathogenic bacteria. Ethiopian Society of Microbiology. Book of Abstract. 

·Bekele A, Tariku A., Adane H.,Addisalem N., Fitala G., Tigist G., Musin K., and Berhanu A. 2015. Isolation and characterization of efficient and cellulolytic fungi from degraded wood and industrial samples. African Journal of Biotechnology 14 (48). Pp 3228-3234. Online ISSN: 1684-5315.

Ongoing Project

Modeling and genomics resources to enhance exploitation of the sustainable and diverse Ethiopian starch crop enset and support livelihoods (GCRF Project with Kew, Leicester, AAU,HU,SARI )


Screening of Better Adopted Garlic Cultivars (Allium sativum L.) for Disease Resistance, Productivity and Genetic Diversity in Guraghei Zone, South Central Ethiopia


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