Andrew holds a BSc. Crop Improvement and Protection (1st. class honours) from Kenyatta University and is enrolled for M.Sc. Biotechnology at Kenyatta University. He has interest in plant development, response to the environment (abiotic and biotic agents), and expression of novel compounds.

Career Status:
Graduate Student

Research Areas:
Abiotic Interactions, Computational Biology, Molecular Biology, Systems Biology


Begcy K., Weigert, A., Egesa, O. A., & Dresselhaus, T. (2018). Compared to Australian Cultivars, European Summer Wheat (Triticum aestivum) Overreacts When Moderate Heat Stress Is Applied at the Pollen Development Stage. Agronomy 2018, 8(7), 99

Muui C.W., Muasya R.M., Kirubi D.T., & Egesa A. O. (2017). Quality of On-Farm Sorghum Seeds in Lower Eastern Kenya. Seed Technology Journal (pp. 7-18). Vol 38, N0.1, 2017.

Mwangi, M., Egesa, A., & Matheri, F. (2016, August). Strategies to increase strawberry competitiveness among fruit growers, marketers and consumers in Kenya. In VIII International Strawberry Symposium 1156 (pp. 921-928).

Egesa, A. O., Njagi, S.N., & Muui, C.W. (2016). Effect of facilitative interaction of sorghum-cowpea intercrop on sorghum growth rate and yields. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 9:50-58.

Current Affiliations
Experience & Education