Mr. Frank Tenywa joined Ifakara Health Institute in 2014 as a Research Officer. He holds, BSc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology from university of Dar es Salaam since 2013. In 2016, Frank was awarded a Master’s fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine to pursue MSc. in Epidemiology at University of Basel. He will be developing Attractive Toxic Sugar Baited Resting Places (ATSB-RP) for controlling Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. As a Research Officer, Frank has worked on projects tilted “Homemade fruit-based attractive toxic sugar bait against Anopheles arabiensis in Tanzania” and “Evaluation of Lantana camara sterile species against indoor and outdoor biting malaria mosquitoes”. Also he has worked as consultant, testing different biochemical attractants to increase attractiveness of mosquitoes to ATSBs. He has participated in designing and conducting experiments, collecting and analysing data. He also works as a collaborator on a project tilted “Phase II Experimental hut and Phase III community study for evaluation of Semi Shield TM 50WG for Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) in Tanzania”. His career interest in research is to conduct researches on vector control of tropical diseases. Also he would like to participate in mentoring the junior scientists as lecturer of biostatistics and mathematical modeling.