I hold a PhD in Biotechnology and Plant Physiology, and I am a full professor at Nangui Abrogoua University (Abidjan-Côte d'Ivoire). I teach courses at the Bachelor level 3 (Plant Hormonology, Plant Growth and Development Regulation, Initiation to in Vitro Culture), Master I (Vegetative Multiplication, Seed Multiplication, Seed Physiology) and Master II (Post- Harvest, Plant Micropropagation, In Vitro Culture and Plant Breeding). My research focuses on the in vitro culture of plant tissues, adaptation to drought, the agrophysiology of Voandzou, cowpea and sweet potato and analysis of seed germination. I supervise more than a dozen doctoral thesis and many masters. I am author and co-author of more than fifty scientific publications. I have been promotor of different projects and have been working with the laboratory of cellular morphology of the INRA of Dijon (France) and the laboratory of applied biotechnology of the University of Delaware (USA). I have participated in many congresses, workshops and training courses. I am member of various learned societies and reviewer in many scientific journals.