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Tyndall Jennifer A.

Associate Professor

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Dr. Jennifer Tyndall is an internationally trained scholar in public health. She did a joint first degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry at Sussex University, her Masters in Medical Biochemistry, and her Ph.D. at the Liverpool School of Medicine all in the United Kingdom. Dr. Tyndall was a National Institutes of Health Fellow and undertook her postdoctoral work at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical Center in Boston as well as Barnes Jewish Hospital at Washington University Medical Center in St Louis.  Professor Tyndall was also a research scientist at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta.
She has worked in Gabon and Cameroon on several tropical disease projects including malaria and river blindness and at University College Hospital London.
Dr.  Tyndall has taught in higher education in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Nigeria. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Natural & Environmental Science and undertakes public health projects in Adamawa.
Dr. Tyndall is an active supporter of community projects in AUN and has worked with students and faculty in collaboration with most health institutions throughout the state. She is also a Fellow of the Atiku Institute for Development. She was the recipient of a Bill & Melinda Gates Grant with Dr. Ronald Waldman at George Washington School of Public Health for the study of armed conflict on RMNCAH in collaboration with 9 other countries around the globe. This project was coordinated by Dr. Zulfiqar A. Bhutta at Sick Children’s Hospital in Toronto. She is also a recipient of a grant for Oral Hygiene from FDI in Europe.

Thesis Title: Immunodiagnosis of Sleeping Sickness

BIO 104
BIO 250
BIO 450
Olajuyin, A.M., Georgewill, S.I., Olajuyin, A.K., Saliu, J.A., Okeke, M.I., Raji, H.M., Tyndall, J., and Guo, X., 2021. CD 80 and CD 86 Expression, Clinical Implications Are Cancer Dependent as Revealed Through Pan-cancer Analysis.
Samson, F.P., Patrick, A.T., Fabunmi, T.E., Yahaya, M.F., Madu, J., He, W., Sripathi, S.R., Tyndall, J., Raji, H., Jee, D. and Gutsaeva, D.R., 2020. Oleic Acid, Cholesterol, and Linoleic Acid as Angiogenesis Initiators. ACS Omega, 5(32), pp.20575-20585.
 
Tyndall J. A., Ndiaye K., Inyang V., Dejene E., Okere C., Weli C., Ume N., Sandberg J., Waldman R. J. (2020) The relationship between armed conflict and reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition status and services in Northeastern Nigeria: a mixed-methods case study. Confl Health 14, 75. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13031-020-00318-5
 
Tyndall, J., & Inyang, V. (2019). Report on the Oral Hygiene Intervention at Malkohi IDP Camp. AUN Digital Repository. http://digitallibrary.aun.edu.ng:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/594
 
David, N., Kah, M., Tyndall, J., & Longe, O. B. (2020). Outcomes of M-health Implementation on Health Workers' Transformation in Child Health Care Service Delivery: A Case of ALMANACH. In PACIS(p. 38).
 
David, N., Kah, M., Tyndall, J., & Longe, O. contextual contradictions to the scaling-up of mobile health in armed-conflict settings of north-eastern Nigeria: a case study of ALMANACH, 13th IADIS International Conference Information Systems. 2nd to 4th April 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria
 
Chukwuneke, CE, Adams, FV, Agboola  BO, Tyndall, JA,  Olumoh, JS, Reith, C, Okere, C, Inyang VF (2020) Evaluation of Seasonal Variation of Heavy Metal Contamination and Health Risk Assessment in Sabore Field Adamawa State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 1-15. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03067319.2020.1814270
 
Salawu, F.K., Vincent-Tyndall, J, Saidu, A (2018) Vitamin B12, and The Nervous System: An update for the General Practitioner. Annals of Basic & Clinical Sciences. 1 (1) 6-12.
 
John, S., Tyndall, A., Okoye, V., & Osewe, O. E. O. (2017). Leprosy among the Fulani nomadic pastoralist population of Adamawa State, Nigeria.LEPROSY REVIEW, 88(3), 364-372.
 
Tyndall, J. Kamai, R. & Chanchangi D (2016) Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices on Exclusive Breastfeeding in Adamawa, Nigeria. American Journal of Public Health Research, (3) 112-119. Cited 13 times.
Joshua, M., Okere, C., O’Donnell Sylvester, M.Y., Precious, O., Dluya, T., Um, J.Y., Neksumi, M., Boyd, J.,
Vincent-Tyndall, J., Choo, D.W. and Gutsaeva, D.R., 2017. Disruption of Angiogenesis by Anthocyanin-Rich Extracts of Hibiscus sabdariffa. International journal of scientific and engineering research, 8(2) 299-307. Cited by 11.
 
Tyndall J, Okoye V, Ameh M, Olaoye O, Komolafe O, Bala F, Chanchangi D, Olalekan B, Idris M & Bapetel Pariya H (2013) Chemical Analysis of Iodine Content in Table Salts collected from Nigerian Markets and Local Eateries. European Chemical Bulletin. 2013, 2(6), 324-327 Cited by 2
 
Tyndall J, Okoye V, Elumelu F, Dahiru A & Bapetel Pariya, H (2012) Vitamin A and Iron Deficiency in Pregnant Women, Lactating Mothers and Their Infants in Adamawa State, Nigeria: A Prospective Cohort Study. American Journal of Food and Nutrition. Volume 2 Issue 1, March 2012. 14-20. Cited by 4
Vincent-Tyndall J, Olumoh, SJ, Oborhale, Oborkhale L, Apari L, Nyitiba I, Bwala JA (2012) The Prevalence of Falciparum Malaria and Interpersonal Telecommunications in Adamawa State, Nigeria. American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 2012, 3(3): 157-165.
Vincent-Tyndall J., Okoye, Donkene F., &  Kar S. (2011) “Comparing Pregnancy Outcomes in HIV-Infected and HIV-Uninfected Women in Adamawa State, Nigeria: a registry-based study” Online Publication. Available at http://psrcentre.org/images/extraimages/1211450.pdf
Member of American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene from 1992 to 1997.
 
Executive Chairman of the Board for the Aspire ICT Literacy Foundation: November 2015 to present. Trained over 1000 youth including IDP’s in Adamawa in Cisco Systems: Basic, Entrepreneurship & C++

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