In Africa’s largest country by population, Nigeria, 80,000 women die yearly from breast cancer (including one of our co-founder’s family member) and nearly 5 million die yearly from misdiagnosis of hepatitis diseases. The burden of diseases in Africa requiring genetic and molecular diagnostic tests are manifold and currently there are hardly any places for patients to get these tests in Africa. Approximately 99% of labs in Nigeria don’t have genetic testing capabilities.

DiagnoseMe was conceived by the Stack Diagnostics team as a way to provide difficult-to-access testing services to both doctors and patients in Africa in a way that overcomes the healthcare infrastructural problems that many countries in Africa experience. Our founders have a wealth of experience in this space and have worked in the leading medical research institutions and healthcare organizations in the US, UK and Nigeria. DiagnoseMe is changing the way healthcare in Africa is done. Now, take charge of your health!

Meet the Team

We have a team of exceptional people who are doing “good work” in Africa. 

Abasi has worked in the US, UK and Nigerian healthcare space. He was previously a management consultant working with PwC and IQVIA (formerly QuintilesIMS) and has consulted for/ worked with leading healthcare organisations including fortune 100 pharmaceutical companies, academic and research institutions and governments. He holds a PhD in Cancer Biology, a masters in human molecular genetics and another masters in business management.

Dr Abasi Ene-Obong
Francis Osifo

Gatumi is a global health-tech professional with over 7 years experience leading, managing and working with teams in healthcare, business, technology and investment banking. Prior to co-founding Stack Diagnostics, he worked in global institutions like Shell, Renaissance Capital and most recently as the Head of Operations in a tech accelerator.

Gatumi Aliyu
Software Engineer
Obosi Philip
Frontend Developer
Graphics Designer

Meet the DiagnoseMe Health Squad

Modinat has degrees in nursing and in computer sciences. She has worked in a number of hospitals in both Nigeria and the Philippines. Her hobbies include reading and researching.

Modinat Omoyele

Wisdom is a graduate of IMSU where he gained a degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences and spent more than 2 years at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital in the department of family medicine. His hobbies include reading and playing football. 

Wisdom Jonah

Dorcas is a registered nurse and has 3 years’ experience working in hospitals in Benin and Abeokuta. Her hobbies include playing table tennis, swimming, listening to music and cooking.

Dorcas Abiwon