28 Nov 2022
Dr. Jean de Dieu Habiyaremye is a lecturer of Biology at the University of Rwanda-College of Education. He holds a PhD in Biology, specialization in Molecular Ecology, from Leipzig University (Leipzig, Germany) ; a Master’s Degree in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology from the Pan African University (Nairobi, Kenya) ; a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (PGCLTHE) from the University of Rwanda (Kigali, Rwanda), and a Bachelor’s Degree in Science with Education, Biology-Chemistry-Education from the former Kigali Institute of Education (Kigali, Rwanda). Dr. Habiyaremye has experience of fourteen years teaching biology in higher learning institutions. He is also an associate member of the African Centre of Excellence for Innovative Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Science (ACEITLMS). His research interest focuses on Soil Ecology and Biology-Education.
LIST OF PUBLICATION
1. Peer-reviewed publication
• Habiyaremye, J.D. D., Herrmann, S., Reitz, T., Buscot, F, and Goldmann, K. 2021.Balance between geographic, soil, and host tree parameters to shape soil microbiomes associated to clonal oak varies across soil zones along a European North-South transect. Environmental Microbiology. doi : 10.1111/1462-2920.15433.
• Habiyaremye, J. D. D., Goldmann, K., Reitz, T., Herrmann, S., and Buscot, F. 2020. Tree root zone microbiome : exploring the magnitude of environmental conditions and host tree impact. Frontiers in microbiology, 11, 749. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2020.00749.
• Habiyaremye, J.D.D, Muthuri C., Matiru V., John Nyaga J., Mukuralinda A., Ruganzu V., Ngabonziza J.D, and Sinclair F. 2018. Indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with tree species of the agroforestry systems of Rwanda and their potential to colonize maize roots. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 12 (36) : 879-888. doi : https://doi.org/10.5897/AJMR2014.7050.
• Habiyaremye, J.D.D, Muthuri C., Matiru V., John Nyaga J., Mukuralinda A., Ruganzu V., and Sinclair F. 2015. Occurrence and abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in agroforestry systems of Rubavu and Bugesera Districts in Rwanda. African Journal of Microbiology Research, 9(12), 838-846. doi : https://doi.org/10.5897/AJMR2017.8511.
2. Conference proceedings
• Habiyaremye, J. D. D., Herrmann, S., Buscot, F., & Goldmann, K. (2021). Temporal Changes and Alternating Host Tree Root and Shoot Growth Affect Soil Microbiomes. In Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute Proceedings (Vol. 66, No. 1, p. 35).
• Habiyaremye, J.D. D., Herrmann, S., Reitz, T., Buscot, F, & Goldmann, K. 2020. Tree root-associated microbiomes across Europe : respective impacts of sites’ specificities and an oak clone. 6th Joint Conference of the German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology (DGHM) & Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), Leipzig-Germany.
• Habiyaremye, J.D. D., Goldmann, K., Herrmann, S., Reitz, T., & Buscot, F. 2019. Soil microbial community of the tree root zone is impacted by both host tree selection effect and site specificity. 2019. 49th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany and Switzerland “Science meets practice”, Münster-Germany
• Habiyaremye, J.D. D., Herrmann, S., Reitz, T., Buscot, F, & Goldmann, K. 2019. Soil properties and host tree drive the microbial community structure along a North-South transect across Europe. 4th Thunen Symposium on Soil Metagenomics. Braunschweig-Geramany.
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