Dr. Clement Shiluli

HOD Microbiology

Dr. Clement Shikuku, h.o.d Microbiology
Areas of expertise
  • Microbiology
Education
  • PhD (Maseno University)
  • MSc (Maseno University)
  • BSc (Egerton University)

Publications

Okumu A, Asito S, Omondi I, Ogollah C, Shiluli C, Murithi W, Odero R, Malika T and Wandiga S. Prevalent non-tuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) species among presumptive MTBDR patients from peripheral health facilities referred for testing at KEMRI TB Laboratory-Kisumu, Kenya. Submitted, BMC Research Notes Journal, December 2020.

Clement Shiluli, Caroly Achok, Philip Nyaswa, Susan Ogwai, Arthur Aroko, James Obila, George Koigi, Mustafa Ridhwana, Bildad Okwayo, Dorcas Wanjiru, Linda Lukeba, Eline Ryckaert, Arne Van Durme, Verena Walschaerts and Vicky De Preter Antimicrobial sensitivity patterns of Staphylococcus species isolated from mobile phones and implications in the health sector. Submitted to the BMC Research Notes Journal. Status (Accepted for publication, November, 2020) DOI https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-101995/v1

Onyango, C. G., Ogonda, L., Guyah, B., Shiluli, C., Ganda, G., Orang’o, O. E., and Patel, K. (2020). Novel biomarkers with promising benefits for diagnosis of cervical neoplasia: a systematic review. Infectious Agents and Cancer, 15(1), 1-12.

Clement Shiluli, Ann Waiyaki Nathan Shaviya, and Charles Olwal. Assessment of CD4+ T cell counts in HIV-1 and malaria co-infected patients in Kombewa, Western Kenya. Under peer review, Submitted, November 2020. Hindawi, Case reports journal.

James Onyuro Oketch, Daniel Onguru, Sydney Ogolla and Clement Shiluli (Submitted Oct 2020). Low Level Viraemia In Antiretroviral Treated Patients: Associated Factors and Virologic Outcome Among HIV-1 Infected Patients at Nyakach County Hospital. Hindawi Journals, AIDS Research and Treatment.

James Emisiko, Nathan Shaviya, Clement Shiluli, Nathan Kiboi, Ronald Wamalwa, Bernard Jumba, Jeremiah Zablon, Fidelis Mambo and Mustafa Barasa. Comparison of Microscopy and PCR for Detection of Giardia Lamblia and Entamoeba Histolytica in Human Stool Specimens in a Resource Limited Setting in Western Kenya. Sci.2017;29(5):447.doi:http://dx.doi.org/ 10.4314/ejhs.v29i5.2

Clement Shiluli, Collins Ouma, Jeremiah Khayumbi, Wilfred Murithi, Albert Ochieng’ and Susan Musau. (2019) Investigating treatment response of patients with confirmed drug- resistant tuberculosis in an HIV-1-endemic population in western Kenya. BMJ Global Health, Volume 4, Issue Suppler 3

Onyango, G., Ogonda, L., Guyah, B., Okoth, P., Shiluli, C., Humwa, F., Opollo, V. (2018). Seroprevalence and determinants of transfusion transmissible infections among voluntary blood donors in Homa bay, Kisumu and Siaya counties in western Kenya. BMC Res. Notes. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-018-3276-y Vol. 11. Issue 171 Page 1 – 6

Shellie, C., Oman, C., Ville, J., Khayumbi, J., Murithi, W., Musau, S., Okemos, A. (2016). Mycobacterium tuberculosis resistance to Isoniazid and Rifampicin in a HIV-1 endemic population in western Kenya in 2012-2014. J. Med. Sci. Clnl. Res. JMSCR Vol.04.Issue12. Page 14605-14612.

Shiluli, C., Ouma, C., Vulule, J., Khayumbi, J., Murithi, W., Musau, S., Okumu, A. (2016) Sputum smear conversion time of HIV infected and uninfected patients with rifampicin and isoniazid Mycobacterium tuberculosis gene Mutations in Western Kenya. J. Med. Sci. Clnl. Res. JMSCR Vol.04.Issue12. Page 14463-14470.

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