Adama holds a PhD in Automatic control and Applied mathematics from Ecole Centrale de Nantes and University of Nantes (France). Passionate of the modeling of living systems, he worked as research fellow at ULB (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) and INERIS/CNRS (France) on the modeling of biological systems (Systems oncology, Toxicokinetics/Pharmacokinetics, Bioartificial organs, Systems metabolomics). He next moved to industry (Sobios, Paris) as software project manager. He worked there on mathematical modeling in oncology in frame of the BioIntelligence program driven by Dassault Systèmes. Then, he joined the technology research institute BIOASTER as bioinformatics scientist in metabolomics and as bioinformatics team leader in the Omics division. He namely initiated and led the development of a computational platform for the in silico modeling of living cells. Based on these last developments at BIOASTER, and together with its previous experiences on this technology, he decided to create Gencovery in order to bring this technology to pharma and biotech industries