Workineh Tamir

Full Name
Workineh Tamir Shitu
Academic Rank Lecturer
Education Background
  • MSc in Clinical Chemistry from University of Gondar
  • BSc in Medical Laboratory Science
Working Experience
  • Head, Department of Medical Laboratory Science at Injibara University (August 2014 E.C to Present)
  • Lecturer at Debre Markos  University (June 2019 to September 2021)
  • Assistant Lecturer at Arba Minch University (March 2016 to September 2019)
  • Graduate II Assistant at Arba Minch University (March 2015 to March 2016)
Research Interest
  • Bio-informatics
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Endocrinology
  • Non communicable and communicable
  • Cancer
  1. Tamir W. Alemu H.,Birhanie M., AlekaY., & G/egziabher S.,  (2015). Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors of Intestinal Parasitic Infection among Under five Children in University of Gondar Hospital, Gondar, Northwest Ethiopia. Biomedical Research and Therapy.
  2. Atnaf A.,Abebaw A.,Tamir W., Akelew Y.,Toru. M, Trekegn D., Bewket B. ,Reta A. (2022 Hematological Profiles and Clinical Outcome of COVID-19 Among Patients Admitted at Debre Markos Isolation and Treatment Center, 2020: A Prospective Cohort Study, 2021. Journal of Blood Medicine.
  3. Legese B., Tamir,W., Shiferaw M.,& Tiruneh, T. (2022). Distribution of ABO and Rhesus Blood Group Phenotypes among Blood Donors at Bahir Dar Blood Bank, Amhara, Northwest Ethiopia: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Blood Medicine.
  4. Belete B., Tamir W. & Ambachew S. (2020). Insulin-like Growth Factor and its Therapeutic Potential for Diabetes Complications Mechanisms and Metabolic Links: A Review study. DIABETIC STUDIES.
  5. Bishaw Z., Worku BT.,Mulat GB., Fntahun AG, Getaneh DF., Tamir,W., Yazew GB. (2022). Factors associated with willingness to take COVID 19 vaccine among pregnant women at Gondar town, Northwest Ethiopia: A multicenter institution-based cross-sectional study. PLOS ONE.
  6. Legese B., Shiferaw M., Tamir W.,Eyayu T.,Damtie S.,Berhan A.,Getie B.,Abebaw A.,Solomon Y.,(2022). Association of ABO and Rhesus Blood Types with Transfusion-Transmitted Infections (TTIs) Among Apparently Healthy Blood Donors at Bahir Dar Blood Bank, Bahir Dar, North West, Ethiopia: A Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Blood Medicine.

Department of Medical Laboratory Science, College of Medicine and Health Science, Injibara University

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