Vacancies within light microscopy
We are more than happy to display any current job openings in the research fields of fluorescence microscopy or associated ares. Please email us if you would like us to add an available position.
The ACRF funded microscopy facility within IMB is currently acquiring ground-breaking imaging technologies including a Lattice Light Sheet Microscope and Leica STED 3X with FLIM capabilities. The Senior Microscopist will be responsible for the management of twenty-two advanced optical, fluorescence and confocal microscopes; for ensuring the instrumentation is maintained and operating to factory specifications; and to provide microscopy research support and training
The Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute is seeking two people to join our Core Bioinformatics team. The successful applicants will work collaboratively with scientists engaged in cutting edge research in nuclear reprogramming, stem cell biology, embryo development, gene expression control, cancer, and DNA replication and repair
Joint position between Holden lab, Newcastle University, UK and Dekker lab, TU Delft, Netherlands. We have an opening for an outstanding experimental post-doc to pursue an exciting project at the interface of biophysics, microbiology, nanofabrication, and super-resolution microscopy.
For more information, contact Dr Seamus Holden
Monash University’s optical microscopy Core Facility, Monash Micro Imaging (MMI), is looking for a BioImaging Analyst. The position will be responsible for training and support of image processing and analysis, and for assisting or collaborating with researchers in the biomedical and life sciences.
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.