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Early Announcement of Post Doc Position in Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University:

Imaging of receptor trafficking in the blood-brain barrier.

A position as post doc at Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University will be available from the 1st of April 2017 and until the 31st of March 2019.

Research; 
The position is a part of the Danish Research Initiative on Blood Barriers and Drug Delivery, which is a scientific constellation that consists of 5 groups from Aalborg, Aarhus and Copenhagen Universities (www.RIBBDD.dk). The research in RIBBD aim to understand transport mechanisms across the Blood Brain Barrier, and the research candidate for this position will primarily work with receptor trafficking in brain endothelial cells. Applicants with experience in advanced imaging such as live cell imaging, spinning disk, TIRF and high content screening will be preferred.

The full text of the job description will soon be announced on the department's homepage, from where the official application should be sent. Meanwhile interested applicants are encouraged to contact associated professor Morten S. Nielsen by mail (mn@biomed.au.dk) to express their interest in the position. 

 

December 06th, 2016

Image Analysis and confocal microscopy - graduate/postdoc position                       

Place of employment: Department of Biomathematics, Institute of Physiology, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Vídeňská 1083, Prague 4, Czech Republic 

Job description:

  • providing support to users of confocal microscopes during acquisition, processing and analysis of image data 
  • development of new methods for image processing, image analysis and stereology
  • performing measurements of image data using image analysis and stereological methods 

Qualification expected: 

  • graduate/postdoc (preferably with technical, IT or mathematical background) eager to work with microscopes and to contribute to biomedical applications
  • IT skills including SW development, e.g. in MATLAB, C++, IMageJ + JAVA or Python 
  • knowledge of image analysis and microscopy, especially advanced optical microscopic techniques (confocal and multiphoton microscopy, FLIM, OPT, SPIM) is desirable but not obligatory (appropriate training will be provided) 
  • ability to work independently and learn permanently 
  • responsibility 
  • flexibility and strong communication skills for effective collaboration with research teams and users 
  • fluency in written and spoken English 

Interest in beautiful microscopic images is very much welcome as well as openness to interdisciplinary cooperation and new scientific approaches. 

Contract type: 

  • full time, 1-year contract with possibility of prolongation, starting in January 2017 (or later) 

Benefits: 

  • involvement in Czech-BioImaging allowing competitive salary, participation in relevant short-term courses and congresses 
  • possibility to be directly involved in scientific research (also in the framework of PhD studies) 
  • friendly and creative environment 

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV and covering letter, explaining your motivation and suitability for this position, to Lucie.Kubinova@fgu.cas.cz 

 

 

Confocal Microscopist                                                                                                      

Place of employment: Department of Biomathematics, Czech-BioImaging, Institute of Physiology, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Vídeňská 1083, Prague 4, Czech Republic 

Job description: 

  • operation and maintenance of confocal microscopes, alignment, control measurements, communication with technical service (confocal microscopes Leica SP2, SPE and SP8 with two-photon excitation) 
  • providing support to users of confocal microscopes during acquisition and processing of image data 
  • routine analysis of acquired image data 

Qualification expected: 

  • graduate/postdoc (with technical, IT or bioscience background) – desirable but not obligatory 
  • basic IT skills 
  • basic knowledge of microscopy, especially advanced optical microscopic techniques (confocal and multiphoton microscopy, FLIM, OPT, SPIM) is desirable but not obligatory (appropriate training will be provided) 
  • ability to work independently and learn permanently 
  • responsibility 
  • flexibility and strong communication skills for effective collaboration with research teams and users 
  • fluency in written and spoken English 

Interest in beautiful microscopic images is very much welcome as well as openness to interdisciplinary cooperation and new scientific approaches. 

Contract type: 

  • full time, 1-year contract with possibility of prolongation, starting in January 2017 (or later) 

Benefits: 

  • involvement in Czech-BioImaging project allowing competitive salary, participation in relevant short-term courses and congresses 
  • possibility to be directly involved in scientific research (also in the framework of PhD studies) 
  • friendly and creative environment 

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV and covering letter, explaining your motivation and suitability for this position, to Lucie.Kubinova@fgu.cas.cz

 

 


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