Eunice Konadu Asamoah is a PhD Fisheries Science Candidate,University of Ghana,Ghana

Eunice Konadu Asamoah

PhD Fisheries Science Candidate

Organizing Committee


University of Ghana


  • Nunoo, F. K. E., Tornyeviadzi E., Asamoah E. K. and Addo S (2019). Effect of two fish smoking ovens on the nutritional composition and PAH content of smoked fish. Elixir Aquaculture 129 (2019) 53073-53076.
  • Asamoah, E. K., Nunoo, F. K. E., Osei-Asare, Y. B., Addo S. and Sumaila U. R. (2012). A Production Function Analysis of Pond Aquaculture in Southern Ghana. Aquaculture Economics and Management. Vol. 16 (3). Taylor & Francis Group, London.

Workshops, Conferences and Seminars Attended:

  • Jun. 3 2019            Making Sense in Sensory – Workshop in Sensory and Consumer Science, Denmark

  • Jun. 12 – 13, 2017        Introductory Training on Food Security Risk Assessment, Ghana

  • Oct. 8, 2016                   Seminar by United Nations University (UNU) Programmes in Iceland in Honour of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s visit to Iceland; Presented “Fish processing in Africa”

  • July 4 - 8, 2016             Transdisciplinary Research in Climate Change for PhD Students from, Ghana Jan. 18 - 22, 2016                            Quantitative Research Methods for PhD Students, Ghana
  • Nov. 5 - 6, 2015           University of Ghana Doctoral Students Research Conference (UGDSRC) Presented “Assessment of Post-Harvest Fish Losses along the Aquaculture Distribution Chain in Ghana"
  • Sept 17 - 18 2015         Workshop on Analysis of Fish Trade, Ghana
  • Aug. 30 –                Seminar on Tropical Marine Industry Development for Developing Sept.19, 2012              Countries, Hainan, China.




Aug. 2015 - PhD. Fisheries Science (Candidate). Department of Marine and Fisheries Sciences, to-date                        University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Thesis title: Assessing the Quality and Shelf Life of Fish Smoked with Two Improved Lesser Known Kilns in Ghana

Aug. 2006 -      M. Phil. Fisheries Science. Department of Marine and Fisheries Sciences, Jun 2009                        University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Thesis title: Economics of Aquaculture Production: A Case Study of Pond and Pen Culture in Four Selected Regions of Ghana

Aug. 2001 -      BSc. (First Class Honor) in Oceanography and Fisheries. Department of Marine and

May 2005        Fisheries Sciences, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Dissertation title: Spawning Pattern and Fecundity of Sarotherodon melanotheron in Sakumo II Lagoon



  • 2015 – 2019:    DANIDA Building Stronger Universities (BSU) Phase II PhD Scholarship at the University of Ghana
  • 2007/2008:     University of Ghana Graduate Fellowship Awards
  • 2009 to date:    Gamma Sigma Delta (The Honour Society of Agriculture)