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Facility Manager

The Department of Molecular Biosciences, The Wenner-Gren Institute (MBW), seeks a facility manager for the Imaging Facility at Stockholm University (IFSU). IFSU is a Core Facility for light and electron microscopy supported by the Faculty of Science. IFSU provides researchers and graduate students access to state-of-the-art instrumentation for imaging of biological samples with emphasis on advanced light microscopy and related image analysis. The facility is a resource for scientists from Stockholm University and other institutes of higher education in the Stockholm area.
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Field Application Specialist

At Mizar Imaging, we are scientists working with scientists. Field Application Specialists (FAS) play a key part in this close connection. Mizar Specialists run demos, support courses, and trade shows, and carry out targeted marketing activities. A successful FAS will be someone who enjoys working with world-leading scientists in a technical, dedicated team and who, frankly, gets geeked out about things like lasers, optics, super-res imaging, high N/A objectives, and all things microscopes.
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Research Fellow, - Ref:1757717

The UCL Ear Institute is a leading centre for hearing research in Europe, situated within one of the strongest neuroscience communities in the world at University College London. The post-holder will be expected to carry out imaging and biochemical experiments to study the role of protein trafficking in the differentiation of the sensory ‘hair’ cells and non-sensory cells in the mammalian and avian inner ear. They will be designing and implementing imaging protocols, and acute in vitro experiments, examination of material by confocal microscopy and maintaining tissue and cells in culture.
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Director, Cellular Imaging Core

The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle (Fred Hutch) has an open position for a Director for its Cellular Imaging Shared Resource (CISR). The CISR is part of a group of core facilities supported by an NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center Support Grant. The core provides a wide array of light and electron microscopy technologies, as well as image analysis services (quantitative immunohistochemistry and high content analysis / screening), and serves approximately 150 research groups from Fred Hutch / University of Washington / Seattle Children’s Hospital, as well as local biotech companies.
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Research Technologist II

The qualified person will carry out advanced bio-imaging analyses, including Nikon confocal (such as live-cell imaging of plant samples), digital fluorescence, and electron microscopy. The individual will provide technical expertise in cell biology and assist researchers to accomplish their goals by means of microscopy. This position will be responsible for operations of immunofluorescence and confocal microscopes for biological studies and share the responsibilities of maintenance of the microscope, writing scientific reports, training or supervising the activities of users and students.
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Instrument Reservation - Facility Online Manager

Located on the first floor of the George W. Beadle building, the Morrison Microscopy Core Research Facility has state of the art imaging systems including light/fluorescence microscopes, confocal laser scanning microscopes and electron microscopes. The microscopy core facility will provide strong technical support for multi-disciplinary research in the state of Nebraska. We will also provide services, teaching and training for university research communities.
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Postdoctoral Researcher (M / F) in Cell Biology

A position of postdoctoral researcher in the field of cell biology and membrane trafficking is to be filled in the team "Membrane trafficking, ubiquitin and signaling", led by Sébastien LEON at the Jacques Monod Institute (CNRS / Paris Diderot University, Paris, France - www.ijm.fr). The research work of the team seeks to elucidate the mechanisms involved in the regulation of endocytosis of membrane proteins, an essential process for the adaptation of cells to their environment. This project will focus on the mechanisms regulating the dynamics of these modifications, and on their functional consequences.
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow on single-molecule pharmacology of G protein-coupled receptors – 80206

The successful applicant will utilize and further develop innovative biophysical methods based on single-molecule microscopy and advanced computational algorithms to analyse the composition and dynamics of receptor signalling nanodomains in living cells. This approach will be used to clarify some of the most crucial mechanisms involved in adrenergic receptor signalling in cardiomyocytes under normal and pathological conditions, with the ultimate goal of developing novel therapeutic strategies for cardiovascular and endocrine diseases. Post images on www.imgur.com and include the link in your posting
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