Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
We are now seeking a highly motivated and service-oriented light microscopy imaging specialist at an early career stage, who shall become part of the LMF team supporting imaging projects in the fields of cell biology, molecular biology, developmental biology, genetics, neurobiology, biochemistry and biophysics.
The position is available immediately. The initial contract is for 2 years with the possibility to extend for another 3 - 4 years. Salary and social benefits will be in accordance with the regulations of the German TVöD Bund (the salary agreement for public service employees). For inquiries, please contact the leader of the LMF MPI-CBG, Dr. Jan Peychl via email: peychlmpi-cbg.de.
The Wyss Center at Campus Biotech in Geneva is seeking a Software Engineer in Bioimaging to collaborate with the Microscopy Facility and Advanced Lightsheet Imaging Center (ALICe, and develop bioimage analysis pipelines for neuroscience projects using modern computer vision methods on large multidimensional datasets.
CZI Science is hiring two computational biology positions. The Science Officer will determine priorities in Computational BIology across scientific areas relevant to CZI’s mission, which currently include single-cell biology, microscopy and medical imaging, metagenomics, and neurodegeneration. You will work laterally across these programs to identify computational and quantitative needs, and to implement the solutions that make them more than the sum of their parts. You will help design, review, and oversee grant-making programs with other Science Officers, providing a computational perspective based on your knowledge of modern computational and statistical methods, and an understanding of the underlying scientific areas. You will interact with external scientists, who may be grantees or collaborators, to advance program goals. In addition, you will lead and recruit a small team of computational biologists who are deeply embedded in specific program areas, provide technical leadership to them, and guide them in their hands-on work.
The primary responsibility of the Light Microscopy Facility Manager will be to ensure the day-to-day running of all light microscopes in the facility and associated workflows and support and train users in the various imaging systems. In addition, users have to be advised on the methodology best suited to their specific biological problem and supported in image data analysis. These duties should be performed in close cooperation and coordination with the head of electron microscopy within the TP MIA. Involvement in primary research projects and technology developments is desired.
The Advanced Microscopy Fellows at Harvard Medical School learn quantitative microscopy techniques including confocal, TIRF, FRET, FRAP, photo-activation, single-molecule imaging, light sheet and super-resolution microscopy, and key skills needed to manage a large, heavily-used core facility. Fellows learn to train core facility users to select and apply the appropriate techniques, using a wide range of biological specimens and experimental approaches. Fellows are also encouraged to identify scholarly projects that match their interests, such as: organizing and teaching microscopy lectures and workshops; organizing microscopy discussion groups/journal clubs; troubleshooting equipment problems; developing protocols for testing equipment performance; designing and/or implementing novel or custom imaging techniques. The fellows are mentored by Jennifer Waters.
Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center
The newly founded Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center (FRIC) is seeking a motivated and skilled microscopist to help establish and direct a Light Microscopy Core. This position requires advanced technical and scientific expertise in imaging acquisition and analysis, along with the ability to work collaboratively in a BSL-2/3 research facility. The new Light Microscopy Core Director will report to the Director for Shared Resources.
Please send all inquiries/CV to: Sara Tavakoli, PhD Director Shared Resource Laboratories Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center Port St. Lucie, FL
We are looking for brilliant individuals, who thrive in open, collaborative and diverse research environments, to help advance and accelerate CZ Biohub research projects to join our Summer 2020 Internship Program. Interns available for 10 to 13 weeks and able to work full-time will be considered. Analytical, computational, engineering and lab-based projects will be available. Assignment to groups and units to be determined in consultation with interns. Open to undergraduates and graduate students.
The Tool Translation Team is a collaborative research group whose mission is to enable the use of novel molecular research tools in discovery science. The Team works closely with the Lavis Lab, a leader in using organic chemistry to solve biological problems, located at the world-class research institution Janelia Research Campus. The Lavis lab designs and synthesizes novel fluorescent molecules and then works with the Tool Translation Team and biologists around the world to deploy in cells, tissue, and intact animals. The ideal Research Technician is a recent Bachelor degree-level graduate who wants to spend 1-2 years in a dynamic research environment before graduate school. Some experience in organic synthesis is desired but not essential—we will teach you what you need to know.
As a Product Specialist you will be working within our Global Sales Team and building relationships with research scientists all over the world. Knowledge of the scientific instruments market and a willingness to travel is essential. This vacancy will be covering Asia Pacific territories. If you are ambitious and driven and want to develop your career in sales, we would love to hear from you!
This is an important customer-facing role which requires not only technical ability but also the ability to interface with research scientists in some of the most prestigious research centres in the world.
If you have an interest in complex lab equipment, a taste for extensive international travel, the ambition to master the complexities of our products and markets, and the desire to ensure satisfied customers, then this could be the role for you.
We have an exciting opportunity for a multiphoton/imaging specialist to join our US team. You will primarily be working with our Technical Support and R&D teams and providing support and training to our customers. You will also be working heavily alongside our sales and marketing team to promote our multiphoton systems and sharing your expertise by training staff across the business.