Kangaye Amadou Diallo, Bioinformatics PhD student and research assistant of Bioinformatics at the Faculty of Sciences and Techniques from the University of Science, Technology and Technology in Bamako (USTTB) and the African Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics of Bamako (ACE-B) since 2018. His current research projects consist to use metagenomics approaches in soil microbiology to study the flood biodiversity affected and not affected by yellow rice mottle virus in mali.
After his baccalaureat degree in 2010, he obtained Bachelor’s degree in Biological Engineering at the Institute of Applied Science (ISA) of Bamako in 2014. Three years later, he obtained his master’s degree in Bioinformatics at the African Center for Excelence in Bioinformatics (ACE) Bamako, Mali. afterwards he started his Bioinformatics thesis in late 2017 in the Mali Doctoral School of Science and Technology (EDSTM). Diallo had to do a lot of collaboration and worked with several universities in Mali and outside Mali, he participated and created several databases including that of the forensic science, the biotechnology laboratory of the faculty of technical science of Bamako and Malian Customs. Diallo has also developed several bioinformatics analysis software.