Mr. Mgeni Mohamed works as a Research Scientist at Ifakara health Institute since 2011. He has a bachelor of science in nursing and masters’ of science in Parasitology and Medical Entomology from Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Science (MUHAS). In September 2016, he has enrolled at the University of Basel pursuing a Ph.D. in Epidemiology. He is investigating the optimal control strategy for mosquitoes that are behaviorally or physiologically resistant. Mr. Mgeni Mohamed has experience on working as the project leader, co-PI, and PI for some projects implemented at Ifakara Health Institute (IHI). Mr.Mgeni Mohamed is involved in the set-up of IHI Clinical Trials Facility at Kingani, and Biosafety Insectary Lab Level III. He has previously worked as a study nurse and facility manager in the IHI Clinical Trials Unit, as well as a technician and insectary manager at Bagamoyo insectary lab. He has a publication on spatial repellent as the first author and co-authored other two publications. Mr. Mgeni Mohamed is interested in working on spatial repellent and projects that investigating drugs or vaccines that block the movement of malaria parasites from human to mosquitoes (Transmission blocking intervention).