Prof. Vincent Logah

Associate Professor

Dept: Crop and Soil Sciences
Department of Crop & Soil Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, KNUST

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Prof. Logah conducts research in carbon and nutrient cycling in tropical ecosystems, soil management and conservation, climate-smart agriculture, etc....~more


Prof. Vincent Logah is a Soil Scientist in the Department of Crop & Soil Sciences, KNUST. He was the Head of the Department from 2017-2019 and prior to that was the Departmental Examinations Officer. He is an Affiliate Professor with UM6P, Morocco and Co-Promoter with Wageningen University, Netherlands. He was the PI and Coordinator of the Royal Society-DFID ACBI grant (GBP 1.1 million) in collaboration with Imperial College London and two Institutions in Burkina Faso and Nigeria. In 2015, he received a second Royal Society award under the SABMiller exchange programme in collaboration with Imperial College London and University of Aberdeen, Scotland. In 2017, he received an international symposium organization award from the New Phytologist Trust, UK in collaboration with Scientists from the North Carolina State University, USA and Imperial College London. He is a Fellow of the Africa Science Leadership programme spearheaded by the University of Pretoria, South Africa and a Fellow of the Future Earth. Prof. Logah is an External Examiner and Moderator for notable Universities in Ghana and South Africa. He has reviewed a number of grant applications for reputable funding bodies in the UK and Ghana and is a reviewer for a number of credible journals. He has rich experience in collaborative research and postgraduate training, having supervised over 18 PhD and 17 MPhil students across West Africa. Prof. Logah presented research papers in conferences across Europe, USA, Asia and Africa and chaired some of these conferences. He has over 50 publications to his credit. He has served on a number of committees at the international, national and local fronts.

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