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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Science Program Manager, Imaging
Redwood City, California
USA

The Imaging Program is seeking a Science Program Manager to join our team. In this role, you will work with the Program Lead for Community to assist and manage the development and operations of grant programs to foster a global representative imaging community, including programs in progress, planned, or future programs to be developed. You will coordinate closely with the rest of the CZI Science team, CZI Technology team, and the external community; you will be a public advocate of CZI’s mission and our priorities and you will contribute to shaping our strategic directions in this area. The ideal candidate will have deep, hands-on expertise in biological and/or medical imaging. Key qualities are (1) experience with imaging technology development (2) a passion for community engagement and (3) strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and work across a diversity of expertise. 

Broad Institute
Postdoctoral Training Program in Bioimage Analysis
Cambridge, Massachusetts
USA
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Deadline: Oct 14, 2022

The Cimini Lab in the Broad Institute Imaging Platform is hiring! If you’re a wet-lab biologist looking to move into dry-lab and you love collaboration, working in teams, and problem solving, our Postdoctoral Training Program in Bioimage Analysis may be right for you. Work deeply on driving biological problems, and broadly across many collaborations and community engagement opportunities. Please see the link for more information!

University Health Network
Research Associate I
Toronto, Ontario
Canada
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Deadline: Oct 6, 2022

University Health Network (UHN) is looking for an experienced professional to fill the key role of Research Associate I in our Advanced Optical Microscopy Facility (AOMF). Transforming lives and communities through excellence in care, discovery and learning. The University Health Network, where “above all else the needs of patients come first”, encompasses Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the Michener Institute of Education at UHN. The breadth of research, the complexity of the cases treated, and the magnitude of its educational enterprise has made UHN a national and international resource for patient care, research and education. With a long tradition of groundbreaking firsts and a purpose of “Transforming lives and communities through excellence in care, discovery and learning”, the University Health Network (UHN), Canada’s largest research teaching hospital, brings together over 16,000 employees, more than 1,600 physicians, 8,000+ students, and many volunteers. UHN is a caring, creative place where amazing people are amazing the world. Find out about our purpose, values and principles here. The Advanced Optical Microscopy Facility (AOMF) at the University Health Network is Canada’s largest optical microscopy facility. With instruments at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto General Research Institute, and the Krembil Research Institute, the AOMF provides researchers with the latest in optical micro-imaging technology for both internal (UHN) users and external users. The AOMF team provides training and support on various instruments and teaches users techniques of optical microscopy ranging from the basics of transmission and fluorescence microscopy to modern live-cell methods and advanced image processing and analysis. For more details, please visit our website: http://www.aomf.ca The Microscopy Research Associate I is the lead staff member at the AOMF’s Krembil site, which is called the Wright Cell Imaging Facility (WCIF). The Research Associate spends about half of their time at the WCIF, and develops an expert knowledge of the WCIF microscopes as well as the overall operation of the WCIF. Under the leadership of the Staff Scientist, the Research Associate provides functional supervision for the Research Technician, with whom they coordinate to cover the weekly needs of the WCIF users. Together they consult with the users as they plan imaging experiments, train users to operate these microscopes and apply problem-solving skills to assist users with their projects and troubleshoot instrumentation issues. They also assist users in deriving meaningful data from their images by helping to develop and apply protocols for image processing and analysis. The Research Associate furthermore communicates with the vendors to schedule maintenance sessions, advanced trainings, and upgrades. The Research Associate also meet with PIs to tour the WCIF, discusses their lab’s imaging needs and potential grant applications, and may present at their labgroup meetings. The balance of the Research Associate’s time is spent at the other AOMF sites, primarily PMCRT, where they help users with training and support particularly for more advanced applications and techniques including confocal, multiphoton, intravital, and live-cell microscopy as well as image analysis. As a senior member of the AOMF team, the Research Associate will be expected to continually enhance their microscopy expertise by reading microscopy papers and attending conferences, webinars, product demonstrations, etc. They may help develop courses, presentations, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for new instruments or microscopy techniques. Depending on the candidate’s aptitude and interests, there are several opportunities available for working on an individual research project. Qualifications: • At minimum a Masters’ degree in Biology, Physics, Engineering, or a related field required; PhD preferred • Two (2) years’ related experience or a Bachelor’s degree with five (5) years’ experience performing advanced optical microscopy such as confocal, multiphoton, light-sheet, or related techniques • Research experience in intravital imaging, image processing, cell culture, and sample preparation are beneficial • Relevant research skills in protocol and study design, management of research ethics processes, data collection and management • Experience in manuscript preparation, and making presentations to various stakeholder audiences is preferred • Exceptional organization and time management skills • Be able to work both independently and as a team in a high-paced clinical environment • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Attention to detail, ability to deliver quality accurate work Vaccines (COVID and others) are a requirement of the job unless you have an exemption on a medical ground pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are interested in making your contribution at UHN, please apply on-line. You will be asked to copy and paste as well as attach your resume and covering letter. You will also be required to complete some initial screening questions.

Medicines Discovery Catapult
Senior Scientist - Imaging Informatics
Alderley Edge, UK
Europe
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Deadline: Sep 27, 2022

"The Medicines Discovery Catapult Advanced Light Microscopy capability was established in 2019 and hosts a range of cutting-edge light microscopy systems including confocal, multiphoton and super resolution microscopes, as well as an image processing and analysis platform using commercial and open-source software. The role of Senior Scientist – Imaging Informatics would suit a highly motivated scientist who is passionate about the application of image analysis to provide new insights, enhance the drug discovery process and improve patient outcomes. The successful candidate will bring expertise in image analysis - applied to microscopy, and will deploy these skills to deliver partnered projects aligned to the characterisation of drug delivery systems, cellular targets, and complex cell models of disease. The individual will work in the informatics team and very closely with lab scientists to deliver impactful data. The role will also involve collaboration with external partners, including medicine discovery companies, technology providers, and academic institutes. This is a fantastic career development opportunity, you will join a world class team in this high-profile national organisation, you will bring your advanced image analysis ideas, insights, and creative science to collaborative projects across the UK."

Imaging Core Facility (IMCF), Biozentrum of the University of Basel
Technical / Scientific Staff
Basel, Switzeralnd
Europe

"The Imaging Core Facility (IMCF) of the Biozentrum of the University of Basel is offering a position to a young scientist to enter the field of modern high-end light microscopy.

Your responsibilities The candidate will support the IMCF by maintaining different state of the art wide-field, confocal, spinning disk, lightsheet (live-cell and cleared samples), multiplexed (seqFISH), and super-resolution (SIM, STORM/PALM) microscopes; will mainly contribute to user training at microscopes and to a lesser extend to image analysis; and will participate in the teaching program of the IMCF. Further information regarding the facility including the detailed list of equipment can be found at https://www.biozentrum.unibas.ch/imcf/

Your profile We are looking for an enthusiastic person with a technical or research background that combines solid technical expertise with strong communication skills. Suitable candidates are expected to have a university degree in life sciences or physics (master or PhD) and possess practical experience in at least two or more of the following fields: Optics, light microscopy techniques (widefield and/or confocal), live cell imaging. A good knowledge in image processing will be a plus. The applicant should be rigorous, reliable, well organized and have the flexibility needed for working in a service-oriented context. Good communication skills in English and the ability to operate as a team player in a multi-disciplinary environment are required.

We offer The Biozentrum offers cutting-edge research infrastructures, a highly international environment, and excellent working conditions. Salary and benefits are according to University of Basel standards. The position offers an ideal entry point into working in a microscopy facility environment. It is initially for one year with the possibility of further extension. The preferred starting date is December 2022 but can be negotiated.

Application / Contact Please apply online with a full, up-to-date CV, list of publications, short summary of microscopy experience so far with a list of microscope systems and software, at least one reference letter as well as a motivation letter: https://biped2.biozentrum.unibas.ch/apply/imcf_techstaff"

HHMI Janelia Research Campus
Advanced Microscopy Imaging Fellow
Ashburn, Virginia
USA

"Recent advances have vastly increased the complexity of quantitative microscopy experiments, with many new technologies requiring specialized expertise to operate successfully. This has turned imaging scientists into essential and integral members of any research community. Microscopy facilities are now mostly managed by PhD-level scientists who provide technical consultations on experimental design and sample preparation, as well as user-training on microscope operation. Many of these scientist-managers also have unique opportunities to provide advanced data analysis and apply for instrumentation grants at the federal level. Taken together, core facility management has become one of the fastest growing careers in bioscience. Yet, there is a paucity of positions offering training that integrates technical/scientific guidance with the business and managerial skills needed to run a successful core facility. The latter is an important aspect to which most scientists are not sufficiently exposed in their training. The Advanced Microscopy Fellowship program is a 2-year term position tailored to address this gap in training. The AIC director and staff will provide training to early career Ph.D. scientists in advanced quantitative microscopy techniques, data handling and image analysis, while also providing key skills needed to manage a large, international core facility. The ideal candidate should have a focused career goal of becoming an integral part of a shared imaging center or bioimage analysis core in the future. The Fellow will learn to provide technical consultation to users in applying appropriate techniques to a wide range of biological specimens, and how to strategize quantitative image analysis approaches. The Fellow also has the opportunity to customize additional training to match their interests. This can include organizing and teaching microscopy lectures and workshops; organizing microscopy discussion groups/journal clubs; developing protocols for testing equipment performance; designing and/or implementing novel or custom image analysis techniques. The Fellow will also have superb opportunities to establish contact with visiting scientists from all over the world, paving the way for a successful career path."

Thorlabs Imaging Systems
Regional Sales Manager
San Francisco Bay Area, California
USA

This position is responsible to significantly increase sales of the Thorlabs Imaging System products and increase brand awareness as well as market presence in key geographic territory. The candidate must have a solid life science background with focus on microscopy.

Corning
Defects and Mineralogy Engineer
Corning, New York
USA

"Scope of Position: You will apply your knowledge of glass and ceramics composition/properties, mineralogy and crystallography to effectively analyze, identify, and describe defects and testing results of production and experimental samples.   Your passion and experience will serve all existing businesses. Projects will range from initial research through manufacturing. As part of the team, you will serve as one of a flexible base of resources and knowledge-holders which facilitates rapid solution development and emphasizes strong technical competence. The team of microscopy and mineralogy experts, will investigate process and product interactions in glass and ceramic research, development, and manufacturing.   Day to Day Responsibilities: • Conduct microstructure and morphology analysis to support autopsy and problem solving • Drive root cause understanding for problems by microscope data analysis. • Understand microscopic defects and material properties and their impact on Corning’s products and processes. • Hands-on sample preparation of defects in specimens • Employ analytical methods to identify defect and determine root cause, such as petrography, electron microscopy, 3D X-ray Tomography, X-ray Fluorescence, Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy, X-ray Diffraction and more. • Document all results in internal, structured reports. • Manage workload to ensure optimal turnaround and experimental efficiency. • Measure and communicate performance against objectives."

Johns Hopkins University
Imaging facility technician
Baltimore, Maryland
USA
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Deadline: Sep 9, 2022

A research technician position is available in the Neuroscience Imaging Center in the Department of Neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. This facility provides neuroscientists at JHU access to state-of-the-art instrumentation to enable_ _interrogation of cell dynamics and cell structure. The candidate will 1) help oversee and assist researchers in the use of microscopes, computers, and related equipment, and 2) help in the development of tissue clearing methods, single molecule _in situ _hybridization procedures, and new strategies to characterize the morphology, connectivity patterns and molecular phenotype of neurons in the CNS. Ideal applicants should have a strong background in basic laboratory techniques and direct experience performing light microscopy (epifluorescence,, confocal, lightsheet, or multiphoton microscopy).  Contact: Dr. Dwight Bergles (dbergles@jhmi.edu) MPI Core: http://neuroscience.jhu.edu/resources/3

Southern Methodist University Department of Earth Sciences
Senior Teaching Laboratory Manager Position
Dallas, Texas
USA

"The Laboratory Manager will oversee the maintenance and daily operation of X-ray and electron beam instrumentation. This includes a JEOL IT500-HR field emission scanning electron microscope with EDS, WDS and Cathodoluminescence detectors, a Thermo Scientific ARL Perform’X Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence laboratory, and a Rigaku Ultima III X-ray diffraction laboratory. The position will include facilitating data collection and interpretation for researchers and students within the Earth Sciences department, among departments at SMU and for regional outside users and collaborators. The teaching component of the position includes training graduate and undergraduate students in data collection, processing and interpretation and participating in courses and course projects that utilize the laboratory equipment. The position will accommodate the development of independent research on the part of the laboratory manager."

Alderley Park, Medicines Discovery Catapult
Senior Scientist - Advanced Microscopy
Alderley Edge, UK
Europe

"The role of Senior Scientist – Advanced Microscopy would suit a highly motivated scientist who is passionate about the application of advanced light microscopy methods to enhance the drug discovery process and improve patient outcomes. The successful candidate will bring a depth of expertise in advanced light microscopy and image analysis to characterise drug delivery systems, cellular targets, and relevant disease complex cell models. The individual will be an integral part of the microscopy team and will work closely with colleagues in interdisciplinary projects providing scientific input in this discipline to deliver impactful data. The role will also involve collaboration with external partners, including medicine discovery companies, technology providers and academic institutes. The opportunity to join a world class laboratory team in this high-profile national organisation and contribute with your advanced microscopy ideas, insights, and creative science to collaborative projects across the UK, should provide a fantastic opportunity for career development."

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Richland, Washington
USA
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Deadline: Aug 26, 2022

"[PNNL is] hiring a postdoctoral research associate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to focus on development of AI-guided and high-resolution electron microscopy of materials for clean energy and quantum computing. The candidate will help us in the development of our sparse data-driven TEM platform and conduct high-resolution imaging and spectroscopy using our half-dozen aberration-corrected microscopes. They will work closely with our world-class synthesis experts and data scientists and will have access to our Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, a scientific user facility operated by PNNL on behalf of DOE."

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
USDA-ARS Fellowship in Electron Microscopy
Beltsville, Maryland
USA

"ARS Office/Lab and Location: A research opportunity is available with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS) located in Beltsville, Maryland. The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) is the U.S. Department of Agriculture's chief scientific in-house research agency with a mission to find solutions to agricultural problems that affect Americans every day from field to table. ARS will deliver cutting-edge, scientific tools and innovative solutions for American farmers, producers, industry, and communities to support the nourishment and well-being of all people; sustain our nation’s agroecosystems and natural resources; and ensure the economic competitiveness and excellence of our agriculture. The vision of the agency is to provide global leadership in agricultural discoveries through scientific excellence. Research Project: This research assignment will_ _provide the selected participant an opportunity to participate in hand-on research at a state-of-the-art electron microscopy facility. The participant will assist in the preparation and processing of plant, insect and animal tissues for Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy. "

HiLIFE Helsinki Institute of Life Science
TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT / ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS
Helsinki, Finland
Europe
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Deadline: Aug 25, 2022

"We seek talented candidates with a doctorate degree, post-doctoral experience, and recent demonstration of excellence in research in life sciences according to career stage. We build on scientific excellence; a suitable candidate has for example already produced early-career scientific track record, attracted funding, and is now ready to start working independently. The successful candidate shows potential to be a future research leader, and is expected to develop an independent externally funded line of research in current or emerging areas of life sciences. We are looking for individuals also capable of contributing to the development of life science infrastructures and/or higher education in evolving areas of life sciences. Early-stage independent researchers are especially encouraged to apply.     For formal qualifications, please see https://www.helsinki.fi/en/about-us/careers/academic-careers/tenure-track. The degree requirement must be met by the end of the application deadline. "

Hughes Research Laboratories
PhD (S)TEM microscopist
Malibu, California
USA

"The ideal candidate is able to lead and drive creative focused R&D efforts involving design, fabrication, and characterization of nano-scale quantum-effect semiconductor devices. As a member of an interdisciplinary team, investigate devices with (S)TEM and related analytical electron microscopy techniques, develop and refine microscopy characterization methods and advance the state of the art. Use advanced characterization methods to identify failure modes of novel semiconductor devices and inform process development efforts while providing feedback to team members. Work closely with senior technical staff to support materials characterization, process development, and failure analysis efforts. Work closely with and mentor junior technical staff on best practices for microscopy, process development, and failure analysis. Present ideas and results in effective technical presentations and reports, write technical papers and contribute to research proposals."

Eli Lilly
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Indianapolis, Indiana
USA

We are seeking an adventurous post-doctoral scientist with outstanding research skills to contribute to highly visible research projects at Lilly Corporate Center, Indianapolis headquarters. You will join the teams working on the development of a new class of cell-specific intracellular delivery shuttles and testing their applications for delivering genetic medicines. Your work will focus on generating and characterizing the molecules, intravital in vivo imaging to demonstrate target delivery of antibody, peptide, and oligonucleotide to the specific organ/cell types. The successful candidate will join a highly interactive, collaborative, and innovative scientific teams to discover and advance large molecule drugs to combat diseases in the diabetes, pain, neurodegenerative, cancer and auto-immune areas. If you are a hard-working and self-motivated multidisciplinary scientist with demonstrated and established experience in cell biology, Molecular biology, and confocal microscopy, small animal imaging, consider applying to this exciting role!

Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
12 different R&D (Jena) & 19 IT (Munich) positions
Jena, Germany
Europe

Various jobs

Light Microscopy Facility, HHMI Janelia Research Campus
Research Specialist
Ashburn, Virginia
USA

The Light Microscopy (LM) Facility at Janelia Research Campus is a shared resources environment accessible to Janelia scientists and their collaborators. Our imaging capabilities support most experiments involving, but not limited to, fixed and live specimens, cultured cells, tissue slices, whole mouse brains, as well as zebrafish and drosophila embryos. We offer project-specific training and consultation, technical assistance for image analysis, and periodically arrange in-depth workshops on microscopy theory, techniques, and image processing. We currently house a full complement of state-of-the-art microscopes including pre-commercial systems consisting of the following: point-scanning confocal and spinning disk confocal microscopes (including AiryScan and SoRa) with 2-photon and photomanipulation capabilities, widefield microscopes for high-content slide scanning and cytometric analysis, commercial light sheet systems and custom-built lattice light sheet microscopes (using adaptive optics or optimized for expansion microscopy), and a STED microscope. The primary responsibility of the Research Specialist is to provide image acquisition and analysis services to Janelia researchers. The Research Specialist will work closely with Janelia researchers to assist them in rapidly evaluating, configuring, and implementing facility microscopes, while providing guidance on sample preparation and mounting as well as optimizing acquisition parameters and imaging conditions. Primary responsibilities include maintaining, operating, and providing training for commercial equipment in addition to custom-built instruments. The Research Specialist will also organize training workshops for researchers on microscope optics, existing and new technologies, software, and instrumentation. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Provide consultation to users on how to best use the available imaging resources to achieve their research goals.
    • Requires the ability to quickly comprehend, analyze, and suggest solutions to the specific imaging needs of research projects under development in the labs.
  • Maintain a full complement of state-of-the-art microscopy equipment as well as regularly check the performance of the optical systems and perform necessary alignments and calibrations.
  • Serve as a resident expert on all optical systems at the facility with thorough understanding of their operations, applications, and associated software.
  • Provide training in the use of microscopes and image analysis software, such as ImageJ/Fiji and Imaris.
  • Acquire and analyze images for Janelia researchers, providing imaging services tailored to the exact needs of their studies.
  • Design, evaluate, and perform specialized techniques of sample preparation as needed.
  • Organize and/or participate in workshops and training programs on optics and imaging principles that strengthen education and research potential.
  • Interface with microscope manufacturers, suppliers, and service staff to coordinate repairs and preventive maintenance.
  • Manage temporary data storage and transfer for researcher data. Qualifications:
  • Master’s degree or Ph.D. level with at least 3 years of experience directly related to the job description.
  • Solid background in applying a wide range of imaging and imaging analysis techniques in biological systems, including cell and tissue samples. Extensive hands-on experience working with multiple biological samples including preparation, optimization, evaluation, and acquisition, is desirable.
  • Experience and understanding of emerging optical technologies, including light sheet and confocal microscopy, along with the advantages and challenges associated with their application.
  • Demonstrated skills in developing and implementing training programs for microscope systems.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to effectively communicate both remotely and in-person (written and verbal) with multiple users and vendors.
  • Enthusiastic to enable high-quality research and comfortable to work in a supporting role.
  • Candidates familiar with ImageJ/Fiji and some commercial analysis software, such as Imaris, are preferred. The Janelia Ecosystem: In choosing Janelia as your intellectual home, you will be immersed in a collaborative, dynamic and interactive scientific community. The Light Microscopy team (along with the Advanced Imaging Center) is highly interdependent, with all members providing technical guidance and support. You will have unique access to world-class researchers and impactful science as part of your career development. Janelia Research Campus is committed to a healthy work-life balance, and offers many amenities, including on-site childcare, free gym, on-campus housing, plentiful social and dining spaces, shuttle-bus service, as well as generous benefits packages, relocation allowance, and paid-time off policies.
Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center
Imaging Core Director
Port St. Lucie, Florida
USA

The Cleveland Clinic Florida Research and Innovation Center (FRIC) is seeking a motivated and skilled microscopist to manage and direct its 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 Light Microscopy Core Director will report to the Director of Research Compliance and Operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the daily operations of the Core, including oversight of Core projects and infrastructure; the purchase, utilization, and upkeep of equipment; and hiring and managing of junior Core staff
  • Train FRIC investigators in the proper use of microscopes and imaging equipment; troubleshoot experimental and technical problems to help optimize techniques and improve understanding of biological questions
  • Provide advice to clients on experimental design, protocols, and sample preparation
  • Provide post-acquisition image processing and analysis and assist with interpretation of data
  • Together with the Director of Research Compliance and Operations, establish and implement the Core’s business plan, policies, and procedures, while assessing needs and opportunities for improvement and innovation
  • Maintain SOPs and quality control measures in order to monitor compliance of the Core, its Staff, and users with institutional and regulatory policies in a BSL-3 environment (e.g., biohazard material handling, IBC protocols, and IACUC protocols)
  • Participate in grant and manuscript writing
  • Help develop informational and educational materials to communicate information to Core users and help maintain the Core website
  • Supervise Core accounting; manage billing; maintain and generate reports, records and statistics; provide budgetary analyses as requested by the Director of Research Compliance and Operations.

 Work Experience:

  • Demonstrated expertise in current and emerging imaging technologies, including widefield microscopy, confocal microscopy, fluorescent lifetime imaging, small animal imaging, and live cell imaging methods
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to teach and advise FRIC scientists as well as assist with manuscript and grant writing
  • Strong and effective analytical, organizational, and communication skills
  • Experience in a core research laboratory, preferred
  • Previous experience with Leica microscopes, preferred
  • Experience in a BSL2 setting is required, with BSL3 environment experience being highly desirable

Education:

  • Ph.D. with at least three years of experience in an Imaging Core Facility is preferred for an appointment at a Director level. Candidates with MS and at least five years of experience or BS and at least ten years of experience are also encouraged to apply.

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • This position requires candidates to obtain/maintain medical clearance through Cleveland Clinic’s Occupational Health Department to work in a Biosafety Level 3 Environment (BSL3). Medical clearance including medical management is completed upon hire, transfer, and annually. This includes but is not limited to requirements for wearing respiratory protection.
  • Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required
  • Ensures compliance and safety standards for BSL-2/3 environment

Other requirements

  • Must achieve Department of Justice (DOJ) Security Risk Assessment (SRA) approval for working with select agents

Please send CV and cover letter to Sara Tavakoli tavakos@ccf.org

ZEISS
Senior Software Developer (f/m/d) - Large Data
Munich, Germany
Europe

Our next generations of microscopes enable the creation of huge datasets from clients, operating in different areas like Bio & Materials research, Electronics, Production, and Education. We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to help us evolve our technical concepts and solutions for handling and processing massive amounts of multidimensional data. You will join our interdisciplinary team of expert developers, who are building our ZEISS Microscopy Imaging platform "ZEN" further, in close collaboration with an international team of product and project managers, testers and architects. With our "ZEN" platform and the ZEN ecosystem, we set standards in innovative research and enable customers to conduct their workflows worldwide.

10x Genomics
Research Associate - Microscopy Core (Contractor)
Pleasanton, California
USA

"We are looking for an outstanding individual to join our Cell Biology and Applications team as a Microscopy Core research associate. This is an entry level position. Primary responsibilities include operating slide scanners, acquisition of high quality data across several projects, maintenance and quality control of the different instruments in the Microscopy Core, record-keeping and organization of the Microscopy Core. The role will involve daily interactions with scientists in the cross-functional groups.   The ideal candidate will have experience working with light microscopes or slide scanners, familiarity with quality control protocols. In addition to technical qualifications, you will be organized, independent, collaborative, willing to learn new techniques and concepts, have very good interpersonal skills, and be able to thrive in an atmosphere of shifting demands and priorities."

Univeristy of California, Santa Cruz
Postdoctoral Position in Single Cell Imaging of Stem Cells
Santa Cruz, California
USA

A postdoctoral opportunity is available in The Department of Biomolecular Engineering, Baskin School of Engineering at University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC). The department has a vibrant research community with strong focus on stem cell biology, RNA biology and Bioinformatics (home to UCSC genome browser). Our lab is also affiliated with The Institute for the Biology of Stem Cells (IBSC) and UCSC Genomics Institute. Selected postdoc candidate will have the opportunity to apply for our internal CIRM and/or NIH IRACDA postdoctoral fellowships offered by The Institute for the Biology of Stem Cells . How stem cells decide to choose between two conflicting fates, division vs. differentiation, is an unsolved mystery of stem cell biology. The overarching goal of Shariati lab is to determine the mechanisms that link cell division to cellular differentiation in pluripotent cells. We will combine emerging genome-editing technologies with single cell imaging to determine regulatory principles of cell fate decisions in pluripotent cells. Applicants with demonstrated experience in any of the following areas are highly encouraged to apply: Stem Cell BiologyTranscription, Quantitative Single Cell imaging, CRISPR screening and Mouse Genetics. Applicants will closely collaborate with Stanford University which is 1h drive from campus. Potential start date is Fall 2022. As your postdoc advisor, I will support you to reach the career goals that you set for yourself. In addition, UCSC has exceptional career development programs for postdoctoral fellows. Santa Cruz is a great town for postdocs with beautiful redwood forests on campus or many nearby beaches. Please email me (alish {a} ucsc.edu) a short cover letter stating your scientific background and interest, your CV and names/addresses of your advisors. Informal inquires also are welcomed!  Applicants from underrepresented groups in sciences are highly encouraged to apply.

Fondazione Human Technopole
Job Alert: Bioimage Analysis and AI Research Software Scientists (2 x postdoc or RSE)
Milan, Italy
Europe
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Deadline: Aug 12, 2022

We are looking for two **Bioimage Analysis and AI Research Software Scientists** with a keen interest in method research and infrastructure development. Both positions are funded via AI4LIFE, a Horizon Europe project that will provide sustainable, intuitive, and highest quality research services and infrastructures that will enable life scientists to exploit machine learning to improve the utility and interpretability of image data, the key to fast-paced progress in biomedical research.

***Quick links:***  * [**Apply here**](http://tinyurl.com/AI4LIFEjobs) (before August 12!!!)  * More arguments that might convince you to apply: https://tinyurl.com/AI4LIFEjobstweet

The AI4LIFE project brings together top international experts in the field of deep-learning method development for life science imaging and translates these innovative methods to services that can be easily accessed by the community. Multiple workshops and hackathons will also be organised to encourage interactions within developers and users of the services. Dissemination of the crucial results from the AI4LIFE project will be highly relevant for the users of the infrastructure as well as the life science communities at large.

The Jug Lab is located at the Human Technopole (HT) in Milan, Italy, and with the Kreshuk Lab at EMBL Heidelberg, is scientifically coordinating the AI4LIFE project consortium. In total, the project has 10 partners spread all over Europe, giving successful candidates excellent opportunities to network with many involved and collaborating groups.

Research in the Jug Lab is positioned in the intersection of Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Bioimage Computing, tackling applications such as image restoration, instance segmentation, and object tracking on microscopy data. The positions to be filled will be tightly collaborating with HT’s image analysis facility.

We seek two open-minded and highly motivated personalities with a good understanding of state-of-the-art deep learning methods and an excellent track record in developing (research) software. makes the ideal applicant.

### Job requirements

* A PhD or equivalent experience in Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Bioinformatics, or a related field; * Publication record that attests conduction of research in computer vision, and/or machine learning, and/or computational bioimage analysis; * Good programming skills in languages such as Python and Java; * A deep understanding of agile development methods, python, and ideally also Java (Fiji); * Familiarity with software engineering tools and methods (git; Github; Jenkins, Travis, or GitHub actions; automated test suits, etc. etc.); * Proficiency with at least one established analysis software (eg.Fiji, ilastik, Cell Profiler, Napari, Imaris, Arivis, or a similar tool); * Experience with virtualization software and high performance computing (HPC) is desirable; * Experience with web technologies is a plus; * Special consideration will be given to candidates who are part of the protected categories list, according to L. 68/99.

**Application** **instructions**

Please apply online sending in English:

* a full CV * a motivation letter * at least 2 contacts for recommendation letters

For any inquiries regarding this position, feel free to contact Dr. Florian Jug ([florian.jug@fht.org](mailto:florian.jug@fht.org)). Applications should be written in English. In case you have/had any involvement in opensource projects, please provide links to some of your projects or contributions

Institut Pasteur of Montevideo
Postdoctoral Researcher – Advanced Bioimaging Unit – IP Montevideo - supported by Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative
Montevideo, Uruguay
Latin America
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Deadline: Jul 30, 2022

The Advanced Bioimaging Unit (joint unit Institut Pasteur de Montevideo – Hospital de Clínicas/Udelar) calls for applicants to fill the position of postdoctoral researcher for a project financed by the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative with a workload of 40 hours per week.

Training accomplished

We orient the search to people with a doctorate completed in physics or engineering in the area of ​​hardware development associated with optical microscopy. English language proficiency is required.

Experience

The selected person should have experience in physics/optical engineering, in particular in the assembly of scanning microscopes and with two-photon excitation. Experience in time-resolved microscopy (FLIM) and hyperspectral will be valued, but not exclusive. In addition, experience in the manufacture of parts using mechanical tools such as a lathe and milling machine, as well as the use of a 3D printer, will be valued. It is a non-exclusive requirement to have basic knowledge of programming in Python language.

Responsibilities

The selected person will work within the framework of the “Expanding Access to Advanced Bioimaging tools” project. He will be in charge of the development, commissioning and applications of the DIVER microscope (Deep Imaging via Photon Emission Recovery, 10.3390/mps2020053). Likewise, you will participate in the different training and education tasks that the UBA develops.

Remuneration

The remuneration can be consulted on our website.

Duration

The position will last for three years.

UNLOCK - Wageningen University & Research
Postdoc
Wageningen, Netherlands
Europe

"As postdoc within UNLOCK you will focus on developing a Raman assisted single cell platform for the characterization and cultivation of yet uncultured microorganisms. Your activities will be embedded in the Biodiscovery platform that allows its users to discover and characterize new microorganisms. We invite applications for a 2-year postdoc with the possibility to extend by 1 extra year. This challenging and interdisciplinary position is at the cross-roads of engineering of advanced optical systems for single-cell imaging, microfluidics and microbiology. The position will be shared and supported by the Laboratory of Microbiology (Smidt group), the Laboratory of Biophysics (Hohlbein group) and the Laboratory of Physical Chemistry and Soft Matter (Deshpande group)."

Hummingbird Scientific
Applications Scientist
Lacey, Washington
USA
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Deadline: Jul 31, 2022

"Hummingbird Scientific is adding a new Applications Scientist to support customers with their in-situ microscopy research from the first discussions about suitable hardware, product training, to performing in-situ microscopy experiments. Another crucial role for this Applications Scientist is to lead our technical marketing efforts by generating scientific content and presenting it to the microscopy community. We just installed our second TEM in Hummingbird Scientific’s TEM lab and have several new product development projects ongoing, so there will be many opportunities to test and work with our new in-situ microscope products and take the lead in interesting research collaborations. We are looking for candidates with a curious mind and a hands-on attitude towards science and microcopy. This position requires one to wear different hats, so multitasking and being a strong planner is important."

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Technical Applications Scientist II
Carlsbad, California
USA

"The Technical Application Scientist II is part of the Life Sciences Solutions Group (LSG) which is one of six groups within Thermo Fisher Scientific and is an important part of the company’s total value proposition. With an innovative and broad life sciences portfolio, a strong presence at bench, outstanding web and e-commerce channels, industry-leading on-site supply center coverage and one of the most technically expert sales and support teams, LSG brings incredible core strength to the broader company."

Gladstone Institutes
Research Engineer
San Francisco, California
USA

"We are looking for a Research Engineer to join the Center for Systems and Therapeutics.  The candidate will be a critical member of a team of biologists and engineers to maintain and develop our cutting-edge automated microscopy platform. We are seeking someone who is passionate about engineering, imaging, deep learning and biology.  This person will work closely with many other scientists towards common microscopy and engineering goals that are driven by the pursuit of unraveling neurological diseases. "

CoolLED Ltd
Fluorescence Product Manager
UK
Europe
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Deadline: Jul 23, 2022

CoolLED is looking to recruit a Fluorescence Product Manager. The purpose of this role is to take responsibility for gathering, evaluating and prioritising product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with Engineering, Sales, Marketing and Customer Support to ensure revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met. The role is UK-based working as part of a successful global brand and a family-style team.

Please feel free to get in touch if you’re interested.

Thorlabs Imaging Systems
Applications Specialist
Sterling, Virginia
USA

The Life Science Applications Specialist is responsible for the training and support of customers on laser scanning microscopy instruments, including confocal and multiphoton microscopes. An in depth knowledge of light microscopy, laser scanning microscopy and their biomedical applications is essential. The applications specialist will provide pre and post-sales support including system troubleshooting, applications development, and customer training during installation. The candidate will also provide technical and applications support at tradeshows, courses and demonstrations. Although the location of the position is in Sterling, VA, from time to time it may be required to undertake duties at other Thorlabs locations.

University of Arizona/Cancer Center
Research Technician III - Cancer Center
Tucson, Arizona
USA
  • Instrument maintenance and operations, including making sure the instruments are operating properly, performing cleaning and calibrations, and restocking consumables. 
  • Slide scanning using the bio-pipeline microscope, including writing code to run custom operations based on user needs.  
  • Training users and clearing them for independent operation of the microscopes.
  • Billing in iLabs that is related to the microscopy component of TACMSR.
  • Keeping track of scheduling in iLabs, including giving permission ot users and collecting data for future and ongoing cost analysis Contact Dr. Ghassan Mouneimne | gmouneimne@arizona.edu, for questions
Northwestern University Chicago
Nikon Imaging Center Manager
Chicago, Illinois
USA

The Center for Advanced Microscopy at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago is seeking a Manager for their Nikon Imaging Center (NIC). The Manager's major responsibility will be the upkeep of current instrumentation and user support and training. They will teach light microscopy techniques in various workshops and courses. He/she will maintain close communications with Nikon Instruments and other NIC directors worldwide to operate the Center at the highest level of excellence. The Manager will be expected to participate in writing equipment grants and to stay knowledgeable regarding the latest developments in imaging technologies and applications.   Applicants must have a PhD degree in a relevant discipline and extensive experience in imaging. Experience in a core facility is preferred but not required. Preference will be given to candidates with graduate and postdoctoral work in microscopy, image analysis and/or designing optical systems. Experience with grant writing, teaching and using Nikon instruments and software are also desirable. Rank and salary are commensurate with experience.     To apply, please send your application package including a cover letter addressed to the NIC Search Committee, curriculum vitae, and the names of three individuals qualified to provide references in one PDF file to CAM@northwestern.edu

Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester
Scientist I (Biological Microscopy Core Facility Manager)
Rochester, New York
USA

"The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester invites candidates for the position of Scientist with specialization in optical microscopy for the life sciences. The candidate will be in charge of managing a modern optical microscopy facility that features an Andor Dragonfly spinning disc confocal, a specialized light sheet microscope and several epiflouorescence and phase contrast microscopes with advanced capabilities for live cell imaging. The facility is used extensively by a vibrant research community with keen needs for advanced biological imaging. The facility draws major users from the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Biology on Rochester’s main academic campus and from several departments in the nearby University of Rochester Medical Center. It is anticipated that the core will continue to expand these capabilities, and that the Scientist will play an active part in this growth by writing grants, both independently and in collaborations, and by maintaining awareness of new technologies, through user group meetings, workshops and conferences. The Scientist will be responsible for maintaining all operational aspects of the core including user training, financial management, and acquiring imaging data for customers when applicable. The ideal candidate will have a MS or PhD in biology, the biomedical sciences, or biomedical engineering, and will have a strong working knowledge of optical microscopy for the life scienses. Individuals with expertise in the optical sciences but an interest in biological applications are also encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be a scientific staff member in the Biomedical Engineering (BME) Department but work collaboratively with researchers and administrators throughout the university. As such, research projects will be encouraged. Interested individuals should send a statement of interest and CV/Resume to Professor James McGrath"

Ubicept
Imaging Systems Engineer
Madison, Wisconsin
USA

"Overview: Spun out of MIT and the University of Wisconsin-Madison by world-class experts, ubicept’s dynamic team is shaping the next generation of perception and computer vision to make the world a safer, better understood place. By doing so, we reinvent the future of mobility, robotics and consumer applications. We share an honest, trustful work environment based on the conviction that well-being is the number one priority for each and everybody – while commitment is important, clear and relaxed minds make the best decisions. We are looking for people with T-shaped expertise—you bring depth in one area and are interested in developing other areas.

ubicept is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Highlighted Perks: •Competitive Salary and Equity Package •Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance •401K Matching •Employee Well-Being Package •Flexible Hours and Work Location (Hybrid Option) •All Federal Holidays Off and Unlimited Paid Vacation

Open Opportunities Include: -Lead/Senior Perception Engineer -Embedded Software Engineer -Imaging Systems Engineer -Summer Internship (Paid) or Summer/Fall Co-Op (Paid)

Apply via email – please send your resume (and cover letter if you would like to include one) to info@ubicept.com .

Northwestern University Biological Imaging Facility
Managing Director
Evanston, Illinois
USA

The Northwestern University Biological Imaging Facility (BIF) in the Chemistry of Life Processes Institute invites applications for appointment as Managing Director at the research faculty level. This position will have a secondary, unpaid appointment in the Department of Molecular Biosciences. Ph.D. level applicants with expertise in microscopy and managing core facilities are encouraged to apply.   BIF has a long-standing history of providing state-of-the-art light microscopy to the Northwestern research community. BIF focuses on training researchers in the preparation and imaging of biological samples and in providing expert advice on data analysis. This core facility operates under the direction of Dr. Laura Lackner in the Department of Molecular Biosciences. The facility has a wide range of microscopy platforms: laser scanning confocal and spinning disk confocal systems, a Nikon SoRa system (to be installed June 2022), and several widefield fluorescence systems.   This position requires strong organizational, leadership and technical skills, an ability to work with a diverse body of scientists and a keen interest in collaborating in a variety of research projects. The responsibilities of the position include the following: operation and routine maintenance of facility instruments, training and supervising users, preparing annual reports, writing equipment acquisition grant applications, and advising faculty, postdoctoral scholars, and students on experimental design and data analyses. This position is expected to develop and execute a strategic plan for acquisition of instruments and management of services that will support current and emerging areas of biological, biomedical and bioengineering research, with the guidance and support of the faculty director and the BIF faculty advisory committee. The managing director will also be responsible for managing one full time employee.   Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, and three letters of reference to Dr. Sheila Judge (s-judge@northwestern.edu), Senior Director for Research, Education, and Administration, Chemistry of Life Processes Institute; http://clp.northwestern.edu.   Women and members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.   Northwestern requires all staff and faculty to be vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to limited exceptions. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 and Campus Updates website.

University of Oslo
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Cancer Cell Biology
Oslo, Norway
Europe

"Position as Postdoctoral Research Fellow available at the Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo in the research group of Professor Cinzia Progida."

University of Oslo
Researcher in Cancer Genomics
Oslo, Norway
Europe

"Position as Researcher available at the Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo. The position is for a period of 3 years. The candidate will generate and analyze new, cutting-edge high-throughput sequencing data of three-dimensional (3D) genome reorganization during nuclear deformations. The goal is to unravel new mechanotransduction pathways linked to 3D genome reorganization in cancer."

Seagate Technology
Staff Microscopy Engineer
Bloomington, Minnesota
USA

"We are the head failure analysis and microscopy characterization team within the Head Analysis and Performance Group at Seagate's R&D and Operations site in Bloomington, Minnesota. Our team consists of engineers and technicians in the failure analysis, electron microscopy, and materials characterization areas. We use high precision and high-resolution tools (such as AFM, FIB, SEM, and TEM) to support magnetic head development and production through fundamental materials characterization and root cause estimation"

Seagate Technology
Sr Microscopy Engineer
Bloomington, Minnesota
USA

"We are the head failure analysis and microscopy characterization team within the Head Analysis and Performance Group at Seagate's R&D and Operations site in Bloomington, Minnesota. Our team consists of engineers and technicians in the failure analysis, electron microscopy, and materials characterization areas. We use high precision and high-resolution tools (such as AFM, FIB, SEM, and TEM) to support magnetic head development and production through fundamental materials characterization and root cause estimation"

QUAREP-LiMi, Newcastle University
Specialist Support Officer
Newcastle, UK
Europe
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Deadline: Jul 31, 2022

'We seek to recruit an experienced Specialist Support Officer. You will work closely with members of the BioImaging facility Newcastle University as well as a group of international microscopists to support and grow the QUAREP-LiMi community of scientists.'

University of Ottawa / Cell Biology and Image Acquisition core facility
Light Microscopy Imaging Specialist
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
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Deadline: Jul 23, 2022

We are seeking a highly skilled imaging specialist for the Cell Biology and Imaging Analysis (CBIA) core facility at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa. Our facility provides access to advanced imaging techniques such as live, high- and super- resolution imaging as well as high-throughput microscopy. The CBIA core offers support from sample preparation to image analysis and is accessed by a broad community including cell biologists, neuroscientists, virologists, pathologists, and engineers. The primary responsibilities of the successful candidate will be to work with the facility manager to provide extensive training and advanced technical assistance to users of the facility as well as maintain the instrumentation and its associated infrastructure.

Yale University
Senior Staff Scientist (FIB-SEM)
New Haven, Connecticut
USA

"Electron Microscopy (EM) Facility in the Center for Cellular and Molecular Imaging (CCMI) is a central core facility at Yale Medical School. We provide state-of-the-art EM techniques and instrument to Yale research community and beyond. We seek a motivated individual to join our team to expand operation of cell/tissue volume imaging by Focused-Ion-Beam Scanning Electron Microscopy (FIB-SEM). The candidate is expected to closely work with other staff members and investigators. He/she reports to the core facility director."

University of Minnesota
Researcher 5 (Job ID 348078)
Twin Cities, Minnesota
USA

"We have an opening for a research scientist (funded by multiple societal and NIH grants, including the University of Minnesota U54 Center for Multiparametric Imaging of Tumor Immune Microenvironments), available immediately in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Masonic Cancer Center at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities. The objective of this team science work is perform advanced imaging experiments of archival samples (e.g. histology and immunohistochemistry or immunofluorescence slides) and live cells and tissues. The work will not fully center around a single project or grant, but a broader imaging base to support multiple projects and emerging collaborations. The successful candidate will use advanced optical imaging, primarily multiphoton excitation, second harmonic generation, and multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy, as well as more standard linear microscopies (such as confocal microscopy), to advance our understanding of cancer cell behaviors dynamics, particularly dynamics of key immune cell populations in solid tumors. The candidate will be responsible interacting and integrating with teams of graduate students, postdoctoral trainees, and research scientists in the Provenzano lab. The candidate will also be responsible for interfacing with collaborating laboratories and coordinating experiments. The candidate will also be responsible for analyzing data, helping preparae of manuscripts along with the PI, and presenting results to the PI and at local, regional, and national meetings."

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Washington University in St Louis
Postdoc position in the development of light field imaging technologies for recording neural activity in freely-behaving animals
St Louis, Missouri
USA

The Goodhill lab at Washington University in St Louis (http://www.goodhill.org) is looking for a postdoc scientist for an NIH-funded project to develop novel microscopy methods for whole-brain calcium imaging in freely-behaving zebrafish. This is a collaboration with Oliver Cossairt at Northwestern University.

The lab focuses on the computational principles underlying the development of neural circuits and behavior. The goal of this project is to construct light-field imaging techniques to record the activity of ~100,000 neurons in the larval zebrafish brain during unconstrained hunting behavior (for more details see https://reporter.nih.gov/search/q1hIGuT01Em96OpHwTdvDg/project-details/10300922). We are looking for someone with experience in building new optical imaging technologies to work with others in the lab from a diverse array of backgrounds including biology, mathematics, physics and engineering.

Washington University in St Louis is ranked in the top 10 institutions globally for Neuroscience and Behavior, and offers an outstanding intellectual environment for neuroscience research. In 2023 the Goodhill lab will move along with over 100 other labs into Washington University's new start-of-the-art 600,000 sq ft Neuroscience Research Building (https://neuroscience.wustl.edu/research/neuroscience-building). For more information about St Louis see https://explorestlouis.com.

To apply please send a detailed CV and cover letter explaining your interest to g.goodhill@wustl.edu. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.   Professor Geoffrey J Goodhill Departments of Developmental Biology, Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, and Electrical and Systems Engineering https://neuroscience.wustl.edu/people/geoffrey-goodhill-phd Email: g.goodhill@wustl.edu

The Jackson Laboratory
Systems Analyst I/II - Imaging
Bar Harbor, Maine
USA

"Are you a scientist with skills in bioimage analysis and data engineering, who is looking for a nontraditional research career? Are you excited by the opportunity to provide computational resources and support to world-class faculty, who perform leading-edge research in the fields of human genomics and mouse genetics? Come join us in Research IT at The Jackson Laboratory (http://www.jax.org), an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institution internationally recognized for its research excellence. At JAX, our Information Technology is as exciting and progressive as our cutting-edge science. In Research IT, you will help to plan, design, and launch efficient systems for bioimage analysis and data management in support of scientific research. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of scientific image data management and processing. Preference will be given to candidates with hands-on experience in High-Performance Computing (HPC) environments, laboratory information systems, and working collaboratively with researchers and Information Technology."

Van Andel Institute
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Core Specialist
Grand Rapids, Michigan
USA

"Van Andel Institute (VAI) is a leading independent biomedical research facility dedicated to determining the epigenetic, genetic, molecular and cellular origins of cancer, Parkinson’s and other diseases, and translating those findings into effective therapies. The Institute is home to more than 400 scientists and support staff that work in on-site laboratories and in collaborative partnerships that span the globe.

We are currently seeking to hire a Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Core Specialist to assist in the daily operations of our state-of-the-art cryo-EM facility, which includes the latest Titan Krios microscope. The cryo-EM Core provides both transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and cryo-EM sample preparation and data collection services to researchers."

Nothwestern University
Managing Director: Biological Imaging Facility l Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
USA

Northwestern University’s Biological Imaging Facility (BIF) seeks to hire a Managing Director at the Research Faculty level. Applicants with a Ph.D. and expertise in microscopy and facility management are encouraged to apply. Located on Northwestern’s beautiful lakeside campus in Evanston, BIF supports the imaging needs of a diverse cohort of research labs addressing important questions in the biological sciences. The Managing Director will be a valued member of a supportive, collaborative and outstanding research community, and will make critical contributions to high impact scientific discoveries. We seek applicants with excellent organizational, leadership and technical skills, an ability to work with a diverse group of scientists, and a strong interest in collaborating on a broad range of research projects. The Managing Director plays an essential role in training researchers in the preparation and imaging of biological samples and provides expert advice on experimental design and data analysis. The facility has a wide range of microscopy platforms: laser scanning confocal (Leica SP8 and SP5) and spinning disk confocal (Yokogawa CSU-X1 on a Leica base) systems, a Nikon SoRa system (to be installed June 2022), and several widefield fluorescence systems (e.g. Deltavision Core Elite, Leica DM6B, BioTek Lionheart). Other responsibilities of the Managing Director include operation and maintenance of instruments, preparation of annual reports, writing equipment acquisition grants and supervising a full-time imaging staff member. With the guidance and support of the faculty director and the facility advisory committee, the managing director will develop and execute a strategic plan for acquisition of instruments and management of services to support current and emerging areas of life sciences research, Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vita, and three letters of reference to Carole LaBonne, Chair of the Department of Molecular Biosciences. Women and members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

Harvard Medical School
Microscopy Research Specialist
Boston, Massachusetts
USA

About MicRoN:

The _MicRoN core _at Harvard Medical School is a light microscopy core supporting a wide range of advanced imaging modalities. Our mission is to improve reproducibility and rigor in image-based science emphasizing education and support. We are thrilled to invite applications for a Microscopy Research Specialist_ _position. In this position, you will be part of a diverse and enthusiastic team of microscopists to support and train our researchers in their imaging needs, ranging from bacterial cell biology, neurobiology, immune cell function, cancer immunotherapy, and the development of new tools and genetic models to investigate human disease, aging, and tissue architecture. MicRoN offers a collaborative and educational environment that fosters interactions and collaborations not only with the staff but with the members of the scientific community we support, strengthening personal and professional growth.     Position Description:   The MicRoN core at Harvard Medical School is seeking a Microscopy Research Specialist. The main duties for this position are to 1) Assist with and perform the general maintenance of the core and its instruments (including supporting and assisting the core facility staff with research projects, instrument maintenance, quality assessments and troubleshooting. 2) Actively interact with microscopy vendors to demo, update and repair the core microscopy systems, providing networking opportunities 3) Interact, communicate with and train research scientists to use our microscopes, and collaborate with them to facilitate and guide their imaging needs, providing expertise in image optimization and sample preparation. Additionally, participate in experiments/data collection for projects lead by the core or our collaborators 4) Assist the core staff with the preparation of training manuals including standard operating procedures, specific acquisition workflows and related documents to support and educate the core trainees 5) Perform administrative duties as needed (ordering, inventory, organization, website management…) 6) Assist the Director and core facility staff in organizing and teaching light microscopy courses and other core events.     Qualifications: ·     The successful candidate will have a Master’s in Biological Sciences or equivalent education and experience. ·     Strong interest in learning about microscopy and image-based science.  ·     Experience using light microscopes or working on a core facility is a bonus but not required. ·     Candidate must be self-motivated, able to work independently as well as part of a team, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, pay attention to detail, and be highly organized. ·     Candidate must have excellent problem-solving abilities and a creative mind.

Application Instructions:   If you are interested in this exciting career opportunity to work with the vibrant community at Harvard Medical School, please email Paula Montero Llopis the director of MicRoN core at Paula_MonteroLlopis@hms.harvard.edu, with a cover letter and CV including the names and contact information for three references, adding “Application for Microscopy Research Specialist” as a subject line. Please include the earliest or latest start dates in your cover letter. We are looking forward to hearing from you! More information can be found at: https://micron.hms.harvard.edu/.

MSKCC, New York
Senior Research Scientist/Senior Microscopy Specialist
New York, New York
USA

"The Advanced Light Microscopy Operation of the Molecular Cytology Core Facility at MSKCC, New York is looking for a Senior Research Scientist/Senior Microscopy Specialist."

AVR Optics
In-House Technical Support Engineer
Rochester, New York
USA
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Deadline: Jul 31, 2022

Your Role Your role will be to provide technical support at all stages of contract negotiation, from pre-sales to quotation and post-sales support. Extensive product, technical and sales training will be provided at the induction phase and will be followed up by continuous development, both in the US and abroad. The role is the starting point for a future career in the company. The opportunities within the company are great and progression to field sales, product management, and business development are likely for the successful candidates.

Your Qualifications You will have a degree in Physics, Biology, Natural Sciences, or similar with degree level knowledge of laser physics and/or microscopy systems. Sales experience is an advantage but is not a necessity. You will be an outgoing and enthusiastic person who is comfortable meeting and talking to customers. You will have excellent communication and presentation skills, and be IT literate.

About AVR Optics AVR Optics is rapidly growing distributor of photonics equipment, specializing in equipment for life-sciences and microscopy applications including optical filters, lasers and adaptive optics. We provide our products and solutions to research, academic and government laboratories and pride ourselves on our consultative approach that focuses on helping our customer’s get the results they need with the right technology. As a result of continued expansion, AVR Optics has a need to for an In-House Technical Support Engineer.

Okolab USA Inc.
Sales Manager
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
USA

"Okolab USA Inc. is looking for a scientific and business–minded teammate with strong interpersonal skills and a “can-do” attitude. As a Sales Manager, you'll be maintaining existing business relationships with sales partners in our distribution network across North America, and developing new ones, with a particular focus along the US West Coast. The Sales Manager plays a critical role in supporting Okolab customers - end users and distributors."

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Postdoc opening in method development for Cryo-EM
Lausanne, Switzerland
Europe

"We have a postdoc opening to be hosted in our LBEM@EPFL in the area of method development for Cryo-EM. The center of this research is a Titan Krios 300kV Cold-FEG instrument with a GHz RF cavity below the gun, followed by a probe Cs corrector. Data will be collected on a FalconIV detector or a very high frame-rate hybrid pixel detector. "

BRCF Microscopy Core at the University of Michigan
Electron Microscopy Specialists
Ann Arbor, Michigan
USA

4 different positions at a variety of education and experience levels are available

Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Custom Light Microscopy Developer and / or Biophysicist
Dresden, Germany
Europe

The AIF provides researchers at MPI-CBG with access to high-end microscopy and biophysics imaging techniques that may not yet be commercially available. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.   We are looking for a Custom Light Microscopy Developer and / or Biophysicist to support the Advanced Imaging Facility (AIF)

The AIF provides researchers at MPI-CBG with access to high-end microscopy and biophysics imaging techniques that may not yet be commercially available. Recent microscopes provided by the facility include a custom built lattice lightsheet microscope, a large volume imaging microscope and several optical tweezer setups. To ensure MPI-CBG provides its researchers access to the latest innovations in biological and biophysical imaging, the AIF scouts for emerging technologies, builds and maintains advanced light and biophysical microscopy setups, and supports scientists by developing customized solutions.

Job Description To further strengthen the MPI-CBG’s focus on innovative imaging technologies we are seeking a highly motivated and service-oriented microscopy and / or biophysicist specialist who will become part of the AIF team supporting imaging and biophysics projects spanning all scales from molecular processes and biophysical measurements to the development of entire organs and organisms. The successful candidate will:

  • Identify emerging techniques and evaluate them with respect to significance for MPI-CBG researchers and feasibility of implementation
  • Construct and implement prototype-level light microscopes and biophysics imaging instruments in close collaboration with developer labs and companies
  • Maintain and service AIF imaging and biophysical systems to ensure availability of equipment
  • Contribute to the development of new imaging technologies by supporting research groups with their scientific projects

Your qualifications Candidates should have a doctoral (Ph.D.) or Master degree in optics, physics, engineering or related subjects and a strong background in designing and constructing advanced light and biophysics microscopes or instruments. Expertise in computer interfacing, software development, and imaging of biological samples is an advantage. Due to the interactive role of the position, excellent command of English and good communication skills are required. The candidate should be a proactive, self-motivated, flexible, organized, service-oriented, team player willing to support scientists with basic and advanced aspects of light microscopy and expand her/his knowledge in new microscopy and biophysical techniques. The successful candidate will become part of a vivid international multidisciplinary research environment at the MPI-CBG and the Center for Systems Biology Dresden (CSBD), where biology meets physics, chemistry and computer science. The working language of our community is English.

Our offer The full-time position is available immediately. The initial appointment is for 3 years with the potential for a 3-year extension. Compensation is in accordance with the German TVöD Bund (salary agreement for public service employees) and will depend on the qualification and experience of the candidate. For informal inquiries, please contact Dr. Sebastian Bundschuh via email: sebastian.bundschuh(at)mpi-cbg.de. The Max Planck Society strives for gender and diversity equality. We welcome applications from all backgrounds. Interested candidates should submit their complete application including CV and motivation letter in English as well as contact details of three references as a single pdf file via our online application system stating Code 2022-AIF-4270 https://recruitingapp-2443.umantis.com/Vacancies/486/Application/CheckLogin/2?lang=eng

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics Pfotenhauerstr. 108 01307 Dresden, Germany www.mpi-cbg.de

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