Good luck everyone who applies!
1- microscopy postdoc job at KI
I want to draw your attention to a current announcement from us about microscopy oriented post-doc positions. See more details here.
We are looking for qualified post-doc/s (1 or 2) for both:
* Technically-oriented tasks. Mainly related to fast fluorescence imaging techniques for fast 3D imaging in living animals.
* Data processing tasks. Mainly related to advanced image processing of data from fast 3D imaging in living animals.
Martin Köhler, PhD
The Rolf Luft Research Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology
2- job in a company in Switzerland
We at Nanolive have a new job posting for an R&D Biologist/Image Analysis expert based out of our offices on Lake Geneva, Switzerland. Do you enjoy creating custom macros or scripts and have experience with ImageJ and Cell Profiler? Are you an expert in Live Cell Imaging and looking for a new challenge with a cutting edge technique?
Nanolive, a growing scale-up company situated at EPFL Innovation Park but moving soon to the Lake Geneva Park in Tolochenaz, has developed a disruptive technology that, for the first time ever, allows users to explore a living cell in 3D without damaging it. To support its growth, Nanolive is looking for strengthening its application portfolio and its microscopes usability with a highly motivated and outstanding Biologist with experience in ImageJ and CellProfiler.
What we are looking for:
This position is ideal for a self-motivated, enthusiastic, independent, result oriented individual. Enjoy the benefits of working in a fast-growing start-up company where your efforts play a key role in the quality and success of the 3D Cell Explorer (CX).
If so, please apply here.
Paul Carman, Nanolive SA
3- A rare job as the manager of the excellent Nikon Imaging Center in London
We are hiring a new manager for the Nikon Imaging Centre@King’s College London. Further information is below and application info is here.
Nikon Imaging Centre Manager
Research Platforms, within the Research Management & Innovation Directorate at King’s College London is seeking to appoint a full-time staff member to manage the Nikon Imaging Centre (NIC).
The NIC is a world-class light microscopy facility on Guy’s Hospital Campus of King’s College London. The NIC houses a large number of state-of-the-art imaging equipment including confocal, super-resolution and multiphoton microscopes. The role holder will be responsible for the management, support and future development of the NIC with ongoing training and consultation with both King’s College London and Nikon staff. This includes providing expert guidance in experimental design and implementation, training for the users of the NIC and managing other NIC staff members.
There will also be opportunities for the post holder to contribute actively to research both individually and in collaboration with academic staff. We are looking for scientists with a special interest in the field of application of microscopy to study biomedicine. A PhD in the field of cell biology and/or microscopy, and extensive experience in the use of multiple forms of imaging methods and image analysis are essential. Previous experience of working within a core microscopy facility is also highly desirable.
This post will be offered on an indefinite contract.This is a full-time post – 100% full time equivalent.The selection process will include a panel interview.
Grade and Salary : The salary will be paid at Grade 7, £46,292 to £54,534 per annum inclusive of London Allowance. Job ID : 023306
Post Date : 08-Nov-2019 Close Date : 01-Dec-2019
Professor Maddy Parsons: firstname.lastname@example.org
4- and a microscopy specialist in Berlin
Light microscopy specialist, Advanced Light Microscopy Technology Platform, MDC; Berlin, Germany