Name: Francis Appiah

Country: Ghana


Department of Population and Health, University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Phone no: +233(0)241443818

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Department of Population and Health, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana.

Research Interests:

Under-Five child health, Neonatal health, Health-seeking behaviour, smoking, material health, contraceptives and adolescent reproductive health.


Educational qualification:

Bachelor of Arts (Population and Health) with Second Class Honours, (Upper Division);

Master of Philosophy (Population and Health)

Institution attended:

University of Cape Coast


  1. Nutritional composition of breadfruits ( Artocarpus spp. and Treculia africana ) in Ghana.
  2. Evaluation of the performance of three drying technologies and three loading densities for the production of cassava chips.
  3. Pesticides usage in cabbage (Brassica oleracea) cultivation in the forest ecozone of Ghana.
  4. Vegetable Handling, Distribution, and Wholesale Profitability in “Abinchi” Night Market, Kumasi-Ghana.
  5. The Effect of the Development of a Rapid Response to Sanitory and Phytosanitory Concern System on Export Oriented Horticulture in Ghana.
  6. Predicting the Consumer Acceptability of Dried MD2 and Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Pulps from Chemical Composition.
  7. Predicting the Digestibility of Nutrients and Energy Values of 4 Breadfruit Varieties Based on Chemical Analysis.
  8. Comparative assessment of the performance of Parkia biglobosa, Glycine max and Treculia africana in the production of a local condiment (dawadawa) in Ghana.
  9. Quality response of cabbage ( Brassica oleracea L . var . capitata ) heads to different package sizes and precooling by shading.
  10. Pesticides usage in Cabbage ( Brassica oleracea ) Cultivation in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality of the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
  11. Effect of ripening stage on composition, sensory qualities and acceptability of keitt mango (mangifera indica L.) chips.
  12. Effect of Ripening on Eating Quality of 'Keitt' Mango Chips.
  13. Proximate and Mineral Composition of Artocarpus altilis Pulp Flour as Affected by Fermentation.
  14. Physicochemical and functional properties of bean flours of three cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) varieties in Ghana.
  15. The effect of time of harvest and drying method on the nutritional composition of spider flower (Cleome gynandra L).