Amadou Doumbia has obtained (in 2014) an International Master of Science degree in the specialization of Physics and Nanomaterials from the “Université du Maine” (FRANCE). His thesis was about: “Process development and optimization for the fabrication of an accordable Organic Solid State Laser by printing technologies”.
Amadou joined the Organic Materials Innovation Centre (OMIC) of the University of Manchester as a Postgraduate Doctoral Researcher (PGDR) in 2014. Under the supervision of Prof. M.L. Turner, his research is focused on the development of “Point-of-Care bloods test OFET biosensors for the diagnosis of several diseases such as Breast Cancer, Diabetes, and Stroke Diseases.