Dr. Aloyce S. Bunyaga

Dr. Aloyce S. Bunyaga 

BVM, MVS

Assistant Lecturer: Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology

Telephone: +255 260 3511-4 ext. 4535

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Block B CVMBS; Room: 101

Biography:

Dr. Bunyaga studied Veterinary Medicine and graduated from Sokoine University of Agriculture in 2011. He joined the Department of Surgery and Theriogenology as a Tutorial assistant in 2011 and later in 2013 took a certificate in global health in Nepal. He obtained his Masters in Veterinary Studies in 2017 at Massey University New Zealand and he was also a USDA scholar of 2018 based at Iowa State University USA. He is currently pursuing his PhD at Massey University New Zealand. Dr. Bunyaga teaches animal reproduction and biotechnology to undergraduate students in Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine. He has supervised 10 undergraduate students in their research projects. He is a member of Society for Theriogenology and Tanzania Veterinary Association.

Areas of Interest:

Reproductive Physiology; Animal biotechnology; Fertility; Ultrasonography; Drug resistance; Artificial insemination; Feeds and water quality.

Publications:

Journal Articles

1.      Bunyaga, AS.  Makungu M (2018). Maintenance of gonadal differentiation into testis in the absence of SRY expression in mammals. Tanzania Veterinary Journal 33(1): 63-72.

2.      C.  Makungu M (2018). Photoperiodic Control of Seasonal Breeding. Journal of Open University of Tanzania, 25(1): 126-144.

3.      Kashoma1 IP, Mkomba, FD and Bunyaga, AS. (2015). Prevalence and Antimicrobial resistance in Campylobacter from different stages of the poultry meat supply chain in Morogoro, Tanzania. Tanzania Veterinary Journal, 30(2): 41 - 60.

Conference Proceedings

1.      Bunyaga AS. (2017).  The use of fetal femur length for estimation of gestational age in cattle. Paper presented at the 35th TVA Scientific Conference held in Arusha, Tanzania December 5-7, 2017. In: Proceedings of Tanzania Veterinary Association 35: 247-252.

2.      Bunyaga, AS and Kashoma IP (2017). Cryopreservation of dog semen as an alternative method to improved fertility in bitches. Paper presented at the 35th TVA Scientific Conference held in Arusha, Tanzania December 5-7, 2017. In: Proceedings of Tanzania Veterinary Association 35: 219-227.