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-content imaging and lightsheet microscopy and/or image analysis). The appointee will also contribute to an extensive seminar/workshop series and assist other platform staff in the day-to-day activities of the platform as required.
More info: www.microscopy.unimelb.edu.au