EVOLUTIONARY ROLES OF FLUORESCENT PROTEIN PIGMENTS OF REEF CORALS at Western Sydney University (WSU)Posted: 2019-04-07
Fluorescence is a prominent trait of Great Barrier Reef corals, colouring their tissues with a variety of proteins of the GFP (green fluorescent protein) family. These proteins are some of the most widely known fluorescent markers used to identify gene and protein expression and dynamics.
Their function in marine organisms is still poorly understood although they are known to be important in light modulation of coral tissues to optimise photosynthesis of symbiotic microalgae. Furthermore, the expression of GFP-type protein genes varies across coral populations, life-history stages, and is strongly regulated in response to environmental perturbations, such as seawater warming.
Supervised by Dr Alexie Papanicolaou and Dr Anya Salih, this...
May 7- 9, 2019 in Montreal: Quantitative Super Resolution Course" in collaboration with the Advanced BioImaging Facility (ABIF) And the Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute)Posted: 2019-04-07
Come to beautiful Montreal!
Plan to join us for our "Quantitative Super Resolution Course" in collaboration with the Advanced BioImaging Facility (ABIF) And the Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute).
We will focus on sample preparation, quantitative image acquisition and quantitative image analysis.
Only 24 students, major of time in hands-on labs.
Thomas Stroh, Neuro
Claire Brown, ABIF
Alison North, Rockefeller
James Jonkman, University Health Network (U of Toronto)
"Developments towards more quantitative super-resolution microscopy"
Joerg Bewersdorf, Yale University
More details and to register:...
Mightex Systems, is a market leader in developing and producing photonic systems for life science research. Our most recent innovation, the OASIS Implant, is an all-optical system for cellular resolution optogenetics and calcium imaging in freely-behaving animals, a ground-breaking tool that will enable neuroscientists to make new discoveries about how the brain works.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing post-sales support to our customers using the OASIS Implant. The type of support provided will include biological and surgical guidance, overall experimental design, technical training and troubleshooting, as well as data analysis. The candidate will be required to provide support both remotely and in person by periodically...
Dr. Giuseppe Vicidomini has two positions available in his laboratory in Genoa, Italy
I have two positions available in my group.
One is for a post-doc, on microscopy and single particle tracking
One is for a PhD student (starting in November 2018) on the development of novel multi-parameter scanning microscopy techniques
Are you an expert in confocal, super-resolution, FLIM, FFS, high-content imaging, lightsheet microscopy or image analysis? Want to work in a microscopy platform in the worlds most livable city? We have two positions available.
The Biological Optical Microscopy Platform at the University of Melbourne provides support for over 300 researchers using high-end optical microscopes across a wide range of biological research areas. The primary role is to provide expert advice to all platform users in experimental design, experimental applications and data analyses.
The appointee will provide training and research support for one or more advanced optical microscopy applications (confocal, super-resolution, fluorescence lifetime imaging, fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy, high-...
Microscopy Specialist (m/f)
The Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) and the Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology (GMI) are highly renowned basic biomedical research institutes located at the Vienna Bio-Center. Their common goal is to uncover fundamental molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie complex biological phenomena.
Our BioOptics Core Facility is seeking a highly motivated, full-time Microscopy Specialist (m/f)
The operation of the BioOptics Core Facility is based on a cooperation of Boehringer Ingelheim and the Austrian Academy of Sciences and provides services to 36 research groups and 450 scientists from over 40 countries. The facility provides the researchers at the IMP/...
Entry level light microscopy technician at Analytical Imaging Facility (Microscopy Core facility) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New YorkPosted: 2018-04-12
The Analytical Imaging Facility (Microscopy Core facility) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York is currently looking for an entry level light microscopy technician. Please follow the link below for a more detailed job description and to apply for the job.
Sentinel North announces the opening of the third Sentinel North excellence scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships competition, from March 1 to April 10, 2018.
These grants and fellowships aim to encourage the best candidates to undertake or pursue research activities within the Sentinel North research program in a transdisciplinary environment.
- Master's scholarships from $15,000 / year, for 2 years
- Ph.D. scholarships from $18,000 / year, for 3 years
- Postdoctoral fellowships from $35,000 / year, for 2 years
Candidates who stand out by the excellence of their academic record and the innovative and multidisciplinary potential of their research project are invited to submit their application.
Deadline to apply:...
The University of Oregon is seeking a full-time director for a new Biological Imaging Core Research Facility. The position is centrally funded by the University of Oregon. The director will oversee the day-to-day operation of this dynamic, multi-user facility.
Responsibilities will include operating and maintaining microscopes and computers, working with a wide variety of users to devise and implement imaging-based studies, coordinating the use and development of custom optical equipment, training users on aspects of imaging and computational image analysis both formally and informally, coordinating the financial and administrative operation of the facility, and serving as a resource for university researchers regarding advances in biological imaging.
We are looking for a...
The lab of Dr. Darci Fink in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at South Dakota State University is seeking an enthusiastic Research Assistant to add to our team! We use state-of-the-art microscopy techniques and cellular and animal models to answer pressing biological questions in cancer, lymphatic and nerve biology, and inflammation. The ideal candidate will possess a strong background in fluorescence microscopy, and excellent communication and organizational skills. Additional responsibilities may include supervision of undergraduate research projects and laboratory management. This is a full-time, hourly, benefit-eligible position.
SDSU actively seeks to increase social and intellectual diversity among its faculty and staff. ...