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At this page microscopy related job opportunities are presented. The information shown remains the responsibility of the original author. So far these announcements are free of charge for jobs at Universities and other non-profit institutes throughout Europe as well as for ECMA members (the corporate members of EMS). EMS members working outside Europe can also for free post job positions at their respective research group. Others pay Euro 200 per announcement. Companies eligible for ECMA membership are requested to join the silver ECMA membership category (Euro 250).

The corresponding amount shall be transfered in favour of account: 
4443344 (ING/Postbank) of EMS, UMC St.Radboud, P.O. Box, 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

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Prof. C. Schöfer
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Medical University of Vienna
eMailchristian.schoefer@meduniwien.ac.at
Fax: +43 14 0160 937799

Job information suitable for this page (in English) may be sent to the EMS secretary.

  • Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
    Potsdam, Germany
    Postdoc Position in Transmission Electron Microscopy
    Announcement date: 25 November 2020

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    Description

    The Director of the Department of Colloid Chemistry at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Prof. M. Antonietti, is currently looking for a postdoctoral researcher in the field of materials science with a strong background in analytical scanning transmission electron microscopy. 

    The postdoctoral researcher will study fundamental aspects of the formation, transformation and self-organization of different carbon-based materials and colloidal systems applying advanced analytical techniques (EELS, EDX) both ex-situ and under external stimuli (e.g. temperature, electric current, etc.). The main goal of the research is to study the chemistry and local structure transformations at the atomic scale and to provide nanoscale insights in the physical properties of these materials. As many of the studied materials are sensitive to an electron beam, the postdoctoral researcher is expected to dedicate special attention to developing strategies of minimizing electron dose while collecting analytical data.

    Requirements

    We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic person, who can work independently and collaborate efficiently with other members of the institute. Applicants should have a PhD in Chemistry, Materials Science, Physics or a closely related discipline and proven experience in transmission electron microscopy and related spectroscopy techniques applied to nanostructured materials. Additional experience in in-situ TEM measurements (e.g. liquid cell/electrochemistry experiments) would be advantageous. The candidate should have good communication skills in English (both written and spoken).

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    Contact

    Dr. Nadja Tarakina ()

  • CSEM
    Neuchâtel, Switzerland
    MICROSCOPY & TRIBOLOGY POST-DOCTORAL POSITION FOR 2 YEARS
    Announcement date: 19 November 2020

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    Description

    The mission of this position will be to focus on understanding microstructure and mechanical behavior of various materials, specially related to the tribology application. This will include the following responsibilities:

    • Evaluate microstructural by the dual-beam FIB-SEM & High Resolution TEM techniques
    • Conduct tribological and mechanical investigations in correlation with microstructure
    • Prepare samples SEM/TEM
    • Be responsible for equipment troubleshooting and performing/coordinating instrument maintenance and service
    • Provide microstructural services upon request by microscopy and X-ray diffraction
    • Organize individual or group training sessions
    • Actively manage, improve and develop the infrastructure of the AMCR sector

    You will have the chance to perform a multidisciplinary work in an industrial environment, while participating in various projects and working within a motivated and experienced project-team.

    Requirements

    • PhD degree in physical/materials sciences/engineering or related discipline
    • Strong background in Material Science and fundamental knowledge of the operating characteristics of electron microscopes, ion beam columns and vacuum systems
    • Proven experience with electron- and ion-beam instrumentation and research experience in Microscopy & Tribology
    • Experience in mechanical testing and materials characterization by FIB, SEM &TEM
    • Ability to work autonomously, while willing to perform and develop within a team
    • Creative and innovative personality
    • Excellent oral/written communication skills in English and/or French
    • Experience in the formulation and development of novel materials considered as a plus

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  • Ecole Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
    Lausanne, Switzerland
    Laboratory Manager for Gemini 500 Cryo-SEM facility
    Announcement date: 19 November 2020

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    Description

    The Center for Advanced Surface Analysis (CASA) was established in 2013 between Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the University of Lausanne. This center hosts multiple state-of-the-art analytical instruments, including two ion microprobes (ims 1280 and (cryo-)NanoSIMS), laser-ICPMS, a FEG electron microprobe, and a fully equipped Gemini 500 Cryo-SEM (https://www.epfl.ch/labs/lgb/cryo-sem/). These instruments are used in diverse research projects spanning the disciplines of geology/geochemistry, material sciences, biomineralization, environmental micro­biology, and cell biology.
    Applicants are hereby invited to apply for a full-time, permanent position as Laboratory Manager for the Gemini 500 Cryo-SEM analytical facility. The Laboratory Manager will be responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of the (cryo)SEM and preparation equipment. He/She will ensure data quality, train users (typically Master/PhD students and Postdocs), maintain a supply of consumables, and be responsible for laboratory safety, documentation, and billing...

    Requirements

    Applicants should have a PhD-degree and background in either materials science, physics, geoscience and/or engineering (in exceptional cases candidates with a Master degree can be considered), and have extensive experience with SEM, low kV SEM, ESEM, cryo-SEM, STEM, EDX and their application to soft- (biological) and hard materials.
    Experience with cryo-ultramicrotomy, image analysis, and student training and/or supervision is an advantage. Written and spoken English at the C2 level (or better) is required.

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  • Jean Rouxel Institute of Materials in Nantes, University of Nantes, CNRS
    Nantes, France
    Postdoctoral position on the development of cryogenic electron microscopy and spectroscopy methods for the study of extracellular vesicles at bone tissue interfaces
    Announcement date: 19 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 09 December 2020

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    Description

    The main goal of the project is to develop and apply cryogenic electron microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to investigate beam sensitive extracellular vesicles (EVs) involved in the processes of bone remodelling and repair. EVs are produced in bone tissue in response to many stimuli. They are key players in cell-to-cell communication and their functional role depends on their molecular cargo, which includes proteome content. During bone damage, signals for bone repair are triggered. These signals, which have not yet been fully resolved, could involve different type of bone cells and the production of EVs. The osteocytes, which represent more than 95% of all bone cells, are considered as major regulators of bone mass and play a significant role in bone homeostasis and the maintenance of bone integrity. Other type of cells, the osteoblasts, the bone forming cells, synthesize dense cross-linked collagen and proteins which compose the un-mineralized organic portion of the bone matrix (the osteoid) prior to the maturation of bone tissue. Tissue breakdown and micro-cracks target different types of bone cells but particularly target osteocytes. Understanding the role of EVs secreted by bone cells on the processes of bone repair is therefore very important. Questions such as the specific localization of the different specialized vesicles, as observed in-vivo, as well as complete information on their cargo are still unanswered. In this context, high resolution 3D imaging of the ultrastructure of osteoblasts and osteocytes using volume SEM techniques have already been realized, including imaging of the soft and hard bone tissue components at room temperature. 3D reconstructions of the osteocytes network and lacuno-canalicular network with tens of nanometer spatial resolution have already been produced. This project has the ambition to elucidate the precise localisation and chemical content of the different specialized vesicles in bone using a combination of advanced analytical cryo-electron microscopy approaches. Methods will be developed to resolve the ultrastructure of osteocytes with sufficient resolution to identify the EVs.

    Requirements

    You hold a PhD in the life sciences, physics, engineering or related disciplines.
    You have excellent experience in sample preparation and characterization by scanning electron microscopy and focused ion beam, FIB/SEM, (instrument and dedicated software) as well as quantitative image analysis and TEM sample preparation by FIB lift-out.
    You have at least several years of experience in cryogenic methods applied to electron-beam sensitive materials and in 3D FIB-SEM data reconstruction
    You are enthusiastic and greatly interested on performing accurate experimental work using advanced equipment, experimental design as well as data processing methods.
    You would like an interdisciplinary project with future clinical applications.
    You are quality-oriented, conscientious, creative, and cooperative, with a taste for scientific rigor.
    You are able to communicate to different audiences and have high level of English.
    You have experience interacting with biologists.
    Experience in instrumentation optics, cryo-FIB lift-out sample preparation, cryo-EM sample transfer and knowledge of EVs research or cell molecular biology would be a plus without it being mandatory.

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    Contact

    Identity
    Patricia Abellan (email: Patricia.Abellan@cnrs-imn.fr)
  • The Technical University of Denmark - The National Centre for Nano Fabrication and Characterization (DTU Nanolab)
    Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
    Associate Professor in Electron Microscopy of Life Science and Soft Matter
    Announcement date: 17 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 18 December 2020

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    Description

    The National Centre for Nano Fabrication and Characterization at Technical University of Denmark (DTU Nanolab) invites for applications for a position as Associate Professor in Applied Electron Microscopy for Life Science and Soft Matter Characterization.

    DTU Nanolab conducts research based technique, methodology, and process development within nano fabrication and characterization from fundamental science to applications. DTU Nanolab consists of two facilities (Cleanroom for Nano fabrication and Electron Microscopy facility for Nano characterization). Both facilities are located at DTU’s campus in Kgs. Lyngby in the Greater Copenhagen Area...

    Requirements

    We expect the successful candidate to have a strong documented academic background within technique and method development as well as application of electron microscopy within the research fields of life science, soft matter, and biotechnology. 

    Experience of group leader or project leader is a requirement as well as teaching and supervision experience of all levels (bachelor, master and PhD).

     

    • You hold a PhD degree (or equivalent), as well as academic qualifications equivalent to those obtained by holding an assistant professorship and documented didactic/pedagogic training
    • You are an experienced group leader or project leader 
    • You have teaching and supervision experience of all levels (bachelor, master and PhD.).
    • You are driven by pushing boundaries
    • You are focused on the process as well as the outcome
    • You enjoy the process from basic science to application
    • You have a track record of secured research funding.
    • You enjoy facilitating new collaborations by e.g. initiating and organizing conferences and events

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    Contact

    Professor Jakob B. Wagner, tel.: +45 4525 6471

  • Okinawa Institute of Science an Technology Graduate University OIST
    Okinawa, Japan
    Electron Microscopy Specialist
    Announcement date: 16 November 2020

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    Description

    The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST; see www.oist.jp) is a dynamic new graduate university of science and technology in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. The university is located on 85 hectares of protected forestland overlooking beautiful shoreline and coral reefs. The campus is striking architecturally, and the facilities are outstanding (OIST campus video tour). There are no academic departments, which facilitates multidisciplinary research. Outstanding resources and equipment are provided and managed to encourage easy access and collaboration. English is the official language of the University, and the university research community is fully international, with more than 50 countries represented. OIST is rapidly gaining recognition in the worldwide academic community as a model for excellence in education and research...

    Requirements

    1. At least 5 years’ experience in biological electron microscopy
    2. Experienced in conventional sample preparation for TEM and SEM
    3. Good understanding in cryo-electron microscopy, with ability to prepare samples based on cryo-fixation (cryoEM, freeze-substitution, freeze-fracturing) as well as Tokuyasu cryo-sectioning.
    4. Experienced in immunolabelling for light and electron microscopy
    5. Interest in light microscopy to support correlative microscopy
    6. Knowledge of image processing software: e.g., IMOD, ImageJ, Amira, Imaris, Chimera, Relion.
    7. Knowledge of volume microscopy: focussed ion beam scanning electron microscopy, serial block-face SEM and/or array tomography, and/or cryoTEM and cryoSEM are an additional advantage.

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    Contact

    recruiting@oist.jp

  • IGBMC - Klaholz group - Centre for Integrative Biology
    Illkirch, France
    Postdoc positions in cryo-EM to work on ribosome, chromatin or viruses
    Announcement date: 16 November 2020

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    Description

    IGBMC has an open position for a post-doctoral researcher to join the Klaholz group at the Centre for Integrative Biology (http://igbmc.fr/Klaholz).

     

    The group studies the structure and function of protein complexes (ribosome complexes, chromatin complexes, viruses) through integrated structural biology, including biochemical and biophysical methods, crystallography, high resolution cryo-EM, tomography, super-resolution imaging & software developments. Several projects are available for outstanding young scientists who would like to combine these approaches...

     

    Requirements

    Highly-motivated candidates with a recent PhD or MD/PhD in structural biology and specifically in cryo-EM are encouraged to apply. 

     Candidates should have strong expertise in protein biochemistry, in cryo-ET and/or in cryo-EM, image processing & atomic model refinement with various programs; computational skills are a strong plus. The candidate should have excellent writing and communication skills in English, be able to work independently and have a strong team spirit.

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    Contact

    klaholz@igbmc.fr

  • University of Copenhagen - The faculty of Health Sciences
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Light Microscopy applications specialist at CFIM (Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy)
    Announcement date: 13 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 09 December 2020

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    Description

    Applications are invited for a position as Microscopy applications specialist at the Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy (CFIM), the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, to commence 1 February 2021 or as soon as possible.

    CFIM www.cfim.ku.dk was inaugurated in August 2010 and has serviced more than 1800 users with access to state of the art light- and electron microscopes.

    The successful applicant will be part of a highly international team composed of light and electron microscopy application specialists and laboratory technicians. CFIM is located in the center of Copenhagen, at the North Campus of the University and has the mission of giving highest-level user service provision in advanced microscopy technologies to internal and external users from a broad range of disciplines within life sciences...

    Requirements

    • Relevant experience in microscopy applications in general, holding a M.Sc. or PhD. degree in related scientific disciplines
    • Expertise in SPIM technologies, including live and fixed clearing methods
    • Strong motivation to support and train users with a problem-solving mindset
    • Excellent social, communication and organization skills
    • Fluency in English
    • Previous experience with SPIM data management, processing and analysis will be considered an advantage

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    Contact

    Clara Prats, e-mail: cprats@sund.ku.dk

  • University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Health Sciences
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Bioimage Analyst at CFIM (Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy)
    Announcement date: 13 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 09 December 2020

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    Description

    Applications are invited for a position as Bioimage Analyst at the Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy (CFIM), the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, to commence on 1 February 2021 or as soon as possible.

    CFIM www.cfim.ku.dk  was inaugurated in August 2010 and has serviced more than 1800 users with access to state of the art light- and electron microscopes.

    The successful applicant will be part of a highly international team composed of light and electron microscopy application specialists and laboratory technicians. CFIM is located in the center of Copenhagen, at the North Campus of the University and has the mission of giving highest-level user service provision in advanced microscopy technologies to internal and external users from a broad range of disciplines within life sciences....

    Requirements

    • MSc. or PhD. degree in relevant scientific areas
    • Relevant experience in biological image analysis, programming of image analysis software, experience with batch processing of microscopy data and automation of image acquisition
    • Experience in machine learning and deep learning
    • Strong programming skills in ImageJ macro, Python, Matlab, R and Java
    • Strong motivation to support and train users with a problem-solving mindset
    • Excellent social, communication and organization skills
    • Fluency in English
    • Interest in image formation (microscopy) and life sciences
    • Previous experience with light microscopy applications will be considered an advantage

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    Contact

    Clara Prats, e-mail: cprats@sund.ku.dk

  • CEA Grenoble
    Grenoble, France
    PHD Position
    Announcement date: 13 November 2020

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    Description

    To develop the latest generations of IIIV light emitting diodes at visible wavelengths for lighting; or in the UV range for applications such as water purification, it is important to be able to control the structure, composition, and the electrical properties such as the dopant or piezoelectric  potentials. This Ph.d. subject will focus on off-axis electron holography that can simultaneously measure these components from a single data set. This project will work closely with the device design team to provide vital feedback and understand how the optical properties of the device are linked to the materials properties.

    This project will involve use of a double aberration-corrected transmission electron microscope (TEM) where atomic resolution images can be combined with the electrical properties of the samples measured by electron holography. Modelling will be applied to understand the different components of the measured electrostatic potentials. These results will be calibrated by X-Ray Diffraction. As such this subject will provide a broad training in both characterisation and device physics. 

    This fully funded Phd subject will follow the French Intern/Phd structure. As such, a 6 month introduction project will be performed from March - September 2021, leading to a three year Phd thesis beginning from October 2021. 

    CEA LETI based at Minatec provides access to the latest generations of technology and characterisation in a fast moving industrial research environment. We offer competitive rates of pay and an excellent lifestyle in the French Alps.

    Contact: david.cooper@cea.fr

    References.
    1) doi.org/10.1016/j.ultramic.2018.06.004
    2) doi.org/10.1088/1361-6528/abad5f
    3) doi.org/10.1063/5.0020717

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    Contact

    Identity
    David Cooper
    eMail
    david.cooper@cea.fr
  • University of Birmingham
    Birmingham, United Kingdom
    PhD project: Multi-modal imaging of the organisation of the cytoskeleton in platelet thrombi
    Announcement date: 13 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 10 January 2021

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  • Centre for Structural Systems Biology
    Hamburg, Germany
    Electron Cryo-Tomography Specialist
    Announcement date: 06 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 20 November 2020

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    Description

    The position commences as soon as possible and is permanent. This position is also suitable for part time employment.

    The Centre for Structural Systems Biology (CSSB) was created on the Science Campus Bahren- feld with the mission to investigate how pathogens infect humans. Part of the CSSB strategy are five Core Facilities that provide access to technology and research services for biosciences. Amongst the facilities, the Multi-User CryoEM (MCEM) facility is strategically central to CSSB and its mission. Operating since 2017, the MCEM has developed workflows for high-resolution cellular and molecular electron cryo-microscopy and aims to become a flagship in Northern Germany that compliments and develops together with other structural biology resources on the campus. Unique to MCEM is its engagement in structured user training, and its focus on research and method development. Currently, the facility has 40 trained users serving more than 50 projects including on Coronavirus research.

    CryoEM technologies supported cover all modalities from single-particle electron cryo-micros- copy and cryo-tomography to cryo-CLEM, FIB milling as well as microED. More information on the instruments can be found online: https://www.cssb-hamburg.de/facilities/cryo_em/in- dex_eng.html. We are working in close collaboration with the CSSB Advanced Light Microscopy Facility, the SAXS beamline and X-Spectrum with the mission of highest-level infrastructure provision and technology development...

    Requirements

    a university degree (Master, or equivalent) in Science in structural biology or physics, or any associated field, preferably with a Ph.D.

    • several years of experience in electron cryo-tomography (hardware and software), image processing and sample preparation

    • basic cell biology skills

    • strong motivation to work as part of a team and to train and support users

    • a demonstrated publication record in tomography

    • an understanding of electron optics and vacuum systems

    • ability to proactively organize maintenance work

    • attention to detail

    • a desire to learn, and a willingness to share knowledge

    • fluency in English, German (at least B1+) would be desirable

    More information

    Contact

    Prof. Dr. Kay Grünewald  kay.gruenewald@cssb-ham- burg.de 

     Dr. Carolin Seuring  carolin.seuring@cssb-hamburg.de

  • Université Claude Bernard - Molecular Microbiology and Structural Biochemistry
    Lyon, France
    Professor position in Electron Cryo-Microscopy
    Announcement date: 06 November 2020

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    Description

    The recent revolution in electron microscopy resolution has transformed the field of structural biochemistry. It provides a better understanding at the atomic scale of the structure/function relationships of an ever-increasing number of biological macromolecules. The recruited person will be able to teach molecular biology, biochemistry and the revolution in structural biochemistry that is cryo-electron microscopy, at the License and Master levels of the Biochemistry courses (credit units of Molecular Biology, Experimental Biochemistry, Biophysics, Structural Biology). He/she will be attached to the Biochemistry teaching team (CNU 64) of the UFR Biosciences. He/she will be involved in the creation and direction of new teaching units using cryo-EM and single-particle reconstruction of biological macromolecules, in particular within the framework of the creation of a master's course aimed at immediate professional integration....

    Requirements

    Knowledge of French is recommended for the teaching activity

    Candidates must also justify of a qualification from the University
    council. Please see instructions on the website galaxie (in French,
    https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/ensup/cand_qualification_droit_commun.htm)

     

    The recruited person will be able to teach molecular biology, biochemistry and the revolution in structural biochemistry that is cryo-electron microscopy, at the License and Master levels of the Biochemistry courses (credit units of Molecular Biology, Experimental Biochemistry, Biophysics, Structural Biology). He/she will be attached to the Biochemistry teaching team (CNU 64) of the UFR Biosciences. He/she will be involved in the creation and direction of new teaching units using cryo-EM and single-particle reconstruction of biological macromolecules, in particular within the framework of the creation of a master's course aimed at immediate professional integration.

     

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    Contact

    Teaching contact (Name, Firstname, Quality, Mail, Phone):
    - Gouet, Patrice, Professor, 
    patrice.gouet@ibcp.fr , 04.72.72.26.24 and Noiriel, Alexandre, Assistant Professor, alexandre.noiriel@univ-lyon1.fr, 04 27 46 57 31, in charge of the Biochemistry teaching team

    Research contact (Name, Firstname, Quality, Mail, Phone) :
    - Grangeasse, Christophe, Research Director, 
    christophe.grangeasse@ibcp.fr, 04.37.65.29.34

     

  • Cryo-EM at Human Technopole
    Milan, Italy
    Head of Light Microscopy Facility
    Announcement date: 02 November 2020 - Deadline for application: 26 November 2020

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    Description

    The person, reporting to the Chair of the Light Imaging User Group, will be responsible for establishing, maintaining and constantly evolving a world leading facility for research support and development in light imaging. This state-of-the-art-facility plans to attract the best talent and harness a broad range of advanced imaging instrumentation to provide cornerstone support to the scientific vision of Human Technopole. It will be fully integrated within an outstanding research environment, including transformative facilities for image analysis, stem cell and organoid automation, (cryo-) electron microscopy and CLEM, leading edge genomics and animal research infrastructures. The facilities will have full access to a powerful, state-of-the-art, and centrally administered high performance computing (HPC) cluster, designed to meet the needs of microscopy, computational biology and data science...

    Requirements

    • +5 years of proven experience leading a light microscopy facility applied to the life sciences;
    • Knowledge of optics, and preferentially additional knowledge of image analysis and computer vision; 
    • Knowledge of best practices for effective data management;
    • Fluency in English – HT is an international research institute;
    • Ability to manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment and to work independently;
    • Strong interpersonal skills demonstrated by the ability to lead and gain the assistance and cooperation of others in a team endeavor; 
    • Ability to build trust through operating with transparency and creating an open and positive environment; 
    • Ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.

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    Contact

    Giuseppe Testa, at giuseppe.testa@fht.org

    Gaia Pigino, at gaia.pigino@fht.org

  • Human Technopole - Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM)
    Milan, Italy
    two Electron Microscopy Specialists
    Announcement date: 30 October 2020 - Deadline for application: 12 November 2020

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    Description

    The Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM) Facility at Human Technopole (HT) seeks to recruit two Electron Microscopy (EM) Specialists to support facility operations, which include electron tomography (ET), correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) and single-particle EM workflows. 

    While building a solid expertise in all of the mentioned applications, the activity of each EM Specialist will particularly focus on one of the following application areas: (A) Single-protein application area (i.e. main activities will include sample preparation by negative staining and vitrification, specimen characterization by cryo-EM, single-particle analysis), (B) Ultrastructure application area (i.e. main activities include sample preparation by FIB-milling, plastic embedding, freeze substitution, high-pressure freezing, specimen characterization by CLEM and\or electron tomography). Please, specify in the application form your application area of interest (if interested in both, please specify in your motivation letter your major and minor interest)...

    Requirements

    • PhD or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject (e.g. biology, physics, materials or a related field of science) (essential);
    • Previous experience in electron microscopy applications with particular focus on imaging biological samples (essential);
    • Previous hands-on experience in at least of the following applications: single-particle electron microscopy, electron tomography, FIB-SEM, HPF/FS, ultramicrotomy or CLEM (highly desirable);
    • Previous experience in technical support role in an EM Facility open to internal and external users (desirable);
    • Proven expertise in structure and ultrastructure characterization and analysis of biological samples (desirable);
    • Fluency in English – HT is an international research institute (essential);
    • Proven communication, ability to work in a team and problem-solving skills (essential).

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