Maseno University

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Dr. Erick Ogello                                                          


Fisheries and Natural Resources

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Address: P.O Box 333, Kisumu
  • Ph.D in Fisheries Science degree from Nagasaki University in Japan
  • Msc. Aquaculture (Great Distinction) from Ghent University, Belgium
  • Bsc. Fisheries from Moi University, Kenya.

Ongoing Research:










  1. Ogello EO, Wullur S, Sakakura Y, Hagiwara A. 2018. Composting fishwastes as low-cost and stable diet for culturing Brachionus rotundiformis Tschugunoff (Rotifera): influence on water quality and microbiota. Aquaculture, 486: 232–239
  2. Ogello EO, Kembenya, EM, Githukia CM, Aera, CN, Nyamweya, CS. and Munguti, JM. 2017. Substitution of fish meal with sunflower seed meal in diets for nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L) reared in earthen ponds. Journal of Applied Aquaculture 29(1):81-99 3) Ogello EO, Sakakura, Y. and Hagiwara A. 2016. Culturing Brachionus rotundiformis Tschugunoff (rotifera) using dried foods: application of Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA). Hydrobiologia 796: 99 – 110
  3. Ogello EO, Kim H-J, Suga K. and Hagiwara A. 2016. Life table demography and population growth of the rotifer Brachionus angularis in Kenya: influence of temperature and food density, African Journal of Aquatic Science, 41(3):329-336
  4. Ogello EO. and Munguti JM 2016. Aquaculture: a promising solution for food insecurity, poverty and malnutrition in Kenya. African Journal of Food Agriculture, Nutrition and Development, 16 (4): 11332 – 11351