Dr. Ronnie Frazer-Williams is an Associate Professor in Chemistry Department, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. He holds a BSc with honours in Chemistry from The University of Sierra Leone), M. Eng & M. Sc. in Environmental Science and Technology (Unesco IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands) and PhD in Environmental Technology (Cranfield University, UK). He currently works at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, Lecturing Chemistry and Supervising both undergraduate and post-graduate students in Inorganic, Analytical, water and Wastewater and Environmental Chemistry. His research interests are the use of aquatic macrophytes in removing nutrients and heavy metals from polluted waters; transformation processes of metals in aquatic sediments and overlying waters with strong emphasis of metal toxicology; water quality assessment and the use of wetlands for sustainable water quality improvement. Ronnie is actively engaged in research and has authored several articles both in peer review journals and conference proceedings. He also served as member of editorial team of top-quality peer review journals and as external examiner to several institutions.
He is member of several international scientific organizations namely:
Member of The Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC),
Member Society of Wetlands Scientists, Member,
Country Correspondent – World Library of Toxicology (WLT)
Country Coordinator to Cameroon Society of Toxicological Sciences (CSTS)
Member, West African Society of Toxicology (WASOT)