Mohamed Diagayeté, Doctor of the EZ-ZITOUNA University in Islamic Sciences of Tunis in 2007, is dedicated to the study of ancient manuscripts from Mali, particularly those related to the Fula people. In this sense, he defended a thesis entitled: Contribution of the Fula people of Mali to Islamic civilization during the 18 and 19th centuries. Dr. Diagayeté has curated several exhibitions of ancient manuscripts in Mali, South Africa and Germany. He has also been a research fellow at the University of Cape Town (South Africa), the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France), the University of Beijing (China) and the University of Champaign-Urbana in Illinois (USA).
Mohamed Diagayeté has also participated in several national and international conferences. Some of his works have been published, along with articles, some of which are published, and others are in the process of being published.
Since 4 April 2018, he has been General Director of the Ahmed Baba Institute of Higher Learning and Islamic Research in Timbuktu.