Graduate assistantship in mosquito seasonal physiology

*Position description: *A graduate assistantship for a MS or PhD candidate

is available starting Fall 2018 at The Ohio State University in Columbus,

Ohio with Dr. Megan Meuti. The successful applicant will conduct research

on seasonal aspects of mosquito physiology including gene expression

studies, measuring seasonal phenotypes, bioinformatics analyses and

performing germline transformations of mosquito embryos. Candidates will be

encouraged to develop their own experiments, particularly those with an

ecological focus, within the context of the overall project. This

competitive assistantship will cover tuition, stipend, and health insurance=


*Deadline for applications:* Although this position is open until a

suitable candidate is found, for full consideration applicants should have

all of their materials submitted to The Ohio State University Graduate

School no later than December 1, 2017.

*Qualifications:* The successful candidate will have a bachelor=E2=80=99s d=

egree in

Biological Sciences or a related discipline. A Master=E2=80=99s Degree or p=


research experience in molecular biology and/or ecophysiology is preferred.

*Application materials:* Interested candidates are encouraged to email Dr.

Megan Meuti ( to discuss the position in detail. Please

include a concise, current CV (degrees and courses taken, GPA, GRE scores

and percentiles, publications, research presentations, awards, and other

information) and a short letter of introduction. Also be sure to visit the

laboratory website ( to learn more about us and our


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Megan E. Meuti

Assistant Professor

College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

Department of Entomology

Room 400A Aronoff Lab

318 W. 12th Ave

Columbus, OH 43210

Office: 614-688-2829