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Contribution of African and Africans In Science, Medicine and Music

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Contribution of African and Africans in science, medicine and music.

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Dr Loveth Owhor is a Bio Resource Technologist, and Medical researcher. Her area of research is in Reproductive medicine, specialising on the female reproductive system where she investigated the novel work titled ‘ Inflammation in the Bovine Fallopian Tube: Effects on Tubal Functional Morphology and Gameto-Maternal Interaction’ utilising Live Cell Imaging. Her novel work has been published by Nature Scientific Reports Journal. Dr Owhor is the Secretary of the African Scholars Association Ireland (AFSAI) and Company Secretary of the Institute of Antiracism and Black Studies

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