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External job offers

September 12th, 2016

Two New Positions at the MPI-CBG, Dresden, Germany,  for Scientific Software Developers in the BioImaging Field

We seek an open-minded and motivated personality to help shape the future software tools for bio-image analysis and put our algorithms at the fingertips of users world wide. Your responsibility would include maintaining our various open-source tools, turning research codes into user-friendly software packages, and writing user interfaces. Last but not least, you are expected to become (or already be) an active member of the open-source community around Fiji, ImageJ, and KNIME.

For more information, please click the link to the advert here.



August 30th, 2016

Light microscopy engineer available in the Imaging Center of the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC)
The appointment will be full time on the French Public Scientific and Technical Research Institution IE2 grade (Ingénieur d’Etudes 2 classe EPST) initially for 12 months.
The IGBMS aims to develop interdisciplinary research at the interface of biology, biochemistry, physics and medicine, but also to attract students from around the world by offering very high-level education in the field of biomedical sciences. The IGBMC campus is located on the "Parc d'Innovation d'Illkirch" in the Strasbourg suburbs, which represents an exceptional scientific, academic and industrial environment and largely favors collaborations and technology transfer (
The service activity of the Imaging Center (ICI) is tightly interwoven with the scientific activity of the IGBMC and that of the broader scientific community. The staff of the ICI provides its users with a possibility and emphasizes the importance of autonomous access to most of the systems of the core facility. This is achieved via personalized or grouped trainings designed in function of each scientific project after the evaluation of feasibility and delays. The ICI staff is in charge of designing imaging procedures starting from biological sample preparation (
The successful candidate is expected to have a Master’s degree in Life Sciences or Engineering and an experience of using advanced light microscopes and image processing software in biomedical research. Previous experience with electron microscopy is desirable.
The successful candidate must be familiar with the theoretical and practical aspects of light microscopy (optics) and of image processing.
The successful candidate must possess excellent communication skills and must be fluent in English. French language will be a considerable asset.
For further details about the vacancy and how to please go to
The candidates should send their application to Dr. Basile Gurchenkov ( with Curriculum Vitae, a cover letter detailing their motivation and contact details of their referees.

The position will remain open until filled; however applications received by October 15, 2016 will be given priority.



July 12th, 2016

Microscopy specialist in Advanced Light Microscopy
Microscopy Core Lab of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (FHML) of the University of Maastricht (  

Overall Purpose of the Job is to assist the Core Lab Manager in managing, maintaining and developing the Microscopy Core Lab at the University of Maastricht. 

The microscopy specialist facilitates the use, development and integration of advanced light microscopy among the researchers from inside and outside the University. He/She trains  users, ranging from undergraduate students to research staff, in sample preparation and imaging. He/She is responsible for maximum uptime of the infrastructure and will develop new methods and instrumentation.

For additional information, please contact Marc van Zandvoort (, PI within the FHML, specialist in advanced LM and scientific advisor of the Core Lab, or Carmen López-Iglesias (, Head of the Microscopy Core Lab and research scientist at the M4I Nanoscopy division.

Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, contact information of references, and an application letter to under reference of the vacancy number AT2016.146. Please reply on this vacancy before the 30th of August 2016.





May 26th, 2016

I4Future Early-Stage Researcher positions at the University of Oulu, Finland

I4Future is an International, Interdisciplinary & Inter-sectorial doctoral programme starting at the University of Oulu in Finland. It is funded by the European Commission Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND action. I4Future invites applications for a total of 20 four-year positions for Early-Stage Researchers that are available from 1st January 2017 until 31 December 2020. The call for applicants is currently open and closes on 31st July 2016. The qualifying candidate must show transnational mobility and must not have resided in Finland for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to the recruitment.
The I4Future programme offers an inspiring, multidisciplinary research atmosphere, well-established research groups, world-class supervision and a wealth of secondments that will be conducted with our industrial and international academic partners. The doctoral programme will offer fundamental knowledge and interdisciplinary skills on modern imaging and characterisation methods. Several of the I4Future research groups operate in the Oulu BioImaging Network, which is an Associate Partner of the Euro-BioImaging infrastructure. The applicants interested in carrying out a biomedically oriented interdisciplinary research project in the I4Future programme are advised to consider one the following investigators as a potential supervisor and contact him/her for inquiries:
Oulu BioImaging Network
Seppo Vainio:
Lauri Eklund:
Taina Pihlajaniemi:  
Aki Manninen:
Simo Saarakkala:         
Vesa Kiviniemi:
Miika Nieminen:          
Janne Heikkilä:
Matti Kinnunen:        
Igor Meglinski:
The full call text with detailed instructions, including the link to the application form, is available HERE.


May 26th, 2016

Full-time 100% position as Head Engineer at the Department of
Biomedicine, University of Bergen, a full-time (100%) position as Head Engineer is available.

50% of the position is connected to the Technology platform Molecular Imaging Center (MIC), with responsibility for the small animal Magnetic Resonance (MR) scanner. For more information about MIC, see The work tasks in MIC are related to technical support, and running and maintenance of the MR scanner. In addition, development of scan protocols and design of experiments that will be started on the MR scanner at MIC, are important work tasks. The other 50% of the position will be connected to analysis of MR imaging data (such as DWI and DCE-MRI) for the department. Other work tasks may also be relevant for the position.












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