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Research Fellow - University of Birmingham

The aim of the project is to build a cellular model of the role of the cytoskeleton in platelet aggregate organisation using advanced microscopy and cell labelling techniques. The post holder will develop a robust method for visualising and quantifying the subcellular structure of individual platelets within an aggregate using Expansion Microscopy. Using this methodology we will study platelet aggregates from both normal and perturbed situations and will develop image analysis methods to better understand the heterogeneity of thrombi and how this may be targeted in disease.
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Application Scientist - Advanced Imaging Center (AIC)

The Advanced Imaging Center (AIC) at Janelia Research Campus is jointly sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation (GBMF). Our mission is to make cutting-edge, pre-commercial microscopes developed at Janelia available to visiting scientists, maximizing the impact of the latest developments in optical instruments and emerging microscopy technologies.
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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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Microscopist and image analyst - Institute of Cancer Research

A Higher Scientific Officer position is available from January 2019 in the Flow Cytometry and Light Microscopy Facility, based in Chelsea. The newly refurbished facility is equipped with state of the art instruments including a lattice light sheet microscope, a diSPIM microscope, a TIRF microscope equipped for super-resolution, two spinning disk confocal systems, one laser scanning confocal microscope, three high content imaging system, three wide field microscopes, two flow cytometry cell sorters, and one flow cytometry analysis instrument.
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Senior Optical Microscopist - John Innes Centre

Training users in light microscopy techniques: Overall responsibly for the delivery of optical microscopy training, including a level of supervision and mentoring for the researchers, students and visitors whilst they are working in the Bioimaging facility. This training will be delivered with the help of the optical microscopy support post, using a combination of 1:1 training at the instruments, theory and practical courses, and documentation such as SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures).
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - University of Birmingham

We are seeking a highly motivated physical scientist with relevant expertise in single-molecule microscopy and the design and construction of advanced optical systems to join our vibrant, multidisciplinary team at the Centre of Membrane Proteins and Receptors (COMPARE). The postdoctoral position is supported by a large research programme funded by the Wellcome Trust.
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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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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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