Hi All. Please pass on to those that might be interested:
We are currently looking for a new team member in Emory University’s Integrated Cellular Imaging (ICI) core facility. The ICI is one of the largest microscopy core facilities in the southeastern region with 20 microscopes at four locations on Emory’s main campus (http://www.cores.emory.edu/ici/). We are looking for a dedicated person passionate about microscopy and helping life sciences researchers get the most out of today’s innovative microscopes. Roles include, but are not limited to: advising and training researchers on numerous available fluorescence microscopy techniques, collaboration with researchers to troubleshoot and optimize their experimental design, assistance and development of protocols, quantitative image analysis, maintaining and calibrating/optimizing existing microscopes, together with administration tasks to bring these things together.
We are looking for a master’s level or higher applicant with a passion for learning, helping, and running innovative technology. Experience with fluorescence microscopy is required, and a strong biological knowledge is needed (cancer biology and small animal experience preferred). A multidisciplinary skill set is beneficial (overlaps may include cell biology, image analysis, biomedical engineering, biochemistry, life sciences, biophysics, programming etc.)