Akkou Madjid has completed his PhD thesis, from Higher National Veterinary School of Algiers, Algeria at the age of 32 years. He worked on the characterization of Staphylococcus aureus involved in bovine mastitis and professional with close contact to animals’ carriage in Algeria, where he characterized for the first time the transfer of CC22 spa t223 clones from humans to bovine udders.
He is working as a lecturer at the Veterinary Sciences Institute of Blida, Algeria. He has published two articles in reputed journals. One in Microbiology and one in Parasitology.