Bio-image analyst / microscopy facility team
We are looking for a bio-image analyst to join our light microscopy facility team at the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology.
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The Institute brings together nearly 600 research staff divided into 4 scientific departments dedicated to research in genetics, developmental and structural biology, and translational medicine. With its high-level equipment and scientific platforms, the Institute also offers a quality environment for the training of young researchers. A fertile ground for creativity and knowledge, the research carried out at the Institute has regularly led to numerous publications in leading scientific journals and many innovations have emerged, notably through the creation of several start-ups.
The light microscopy imaging facility of the IGBMC and its 5 team members insure the access of researchers of the broad scientific community to a wide range of high-end photonic systems and techniques: widefield, confocal, multiphoton, spinning disk, lightsheet and laser micro dissection microscopes. The expertise of the 5 team members comprises physics, cell and developmental biology, optics and instrumentation.
Other imaging techniques are also available at the IGBMC technological facilities and do require bio-images analysis: cellular electron microscopy (CLEM), high-content screening, optical projection tomography, high-resolution episcopic microscopy, whole-slide scanner.
Working language: French & English
Diploma required: doctorate degree or national diploma of engineer
Contrat duration: from start of employement, initially renewable for a year (till 31/08/2023).
The analyst missions are to
- develop a service of bio-images processing and analysis and data management for the light microscopy facility (and cellular electron microscopy and high content screening)
- develop bio-images processing and analysis pipelines/tools for the researchers and the facility staff
- participate to the program of bio-images processing and analysis workshops for the institute’s staff