Heep Center 507, 508, 510 and 514

2475 TAMU, Olsen Boulevard

College Station, TX, 77807


Undergraduate Research

We have undergraduate research projects (ENTO 491) available for motivated students. If you are interested in conducting research on mosquito genetics or medical entomology, please contact me at maslotman@tamu.edu

My metric for evaluating students’ performance is posted here

Graduate Study

A PhD position is available in my lab to work on the genomics of mosquito behavior. The specific research question will be defined in consultation with the successful applicant. Candidates should have some background in evolutionary biology and/or entomology with an interest in some or all of the following fields: genomics/genetics, bioinformatics, vector biology and behavior. The start date of the position Jan 1st 2017. Candidates with a MSc degree in a related field are preferred. Vector Biology is a major research strength of the Department of Entomology at Texas A&M University. Its excellent resources and large faculty provide an outstanding graduate experience. Interested applicants should send a C.V., a statement about research interests, transcripts, GRE scores and contact information for three references to maslotman@tamu.edu (7/15/2016).

Additional information on applying to the Department of Entomology at Texas A&M can be found at the following two websites:

Department of Entomology Application Information

Texas A&M Application Information

Postdoctoral Research

I do not currently have any open post-doctoral positions.

Department of Entomology at Texas A&M University

Mosquito Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics