Ednah Ototo (MSc) is a Kenyan Parasitologist currently pursuing her PhD in Medical Parasitology from Kenyatta University, Nairobi. Her PhD work is focused on the effects of Climate change on Malaria in Western Kenya.
Since 2008, her work has been on the effects of climate and environmental change on malaria in the Western Kenya Highlands.
Her current work includes modeling malaria epidemics, change in malaria vector biting and resting behaviour, malaria control interventions and Immunity, impact of higher-end extreme climatic events and future scenarios of climate change on health.
She has co-authored a baseline report on climate change impacts on EAC health, sanitation and Human settlements funded by USAID
Present Kenyatta University, PhD Medical Parasitology
2011 Egerton University, MSc. Medical Parasitology
2007 Egerton University, BSc. Biomedical Science and Technology
Present Medical Parasitologist, Kenya Medical Research Institute