Wanted: An experienced microscopist who is seeking an experience of a lifetime.
The Physiology Course at the Marine Biological Laboratory is seeking a personable, energetic microscopist to serve as a microscopy manager for the imaging needs for the second half of the 2019 course.
The Physiology Course is an exciting research-based cell biology and biophysics course for graduate students and post docs. The hands-on discovery-driven research that takes place at the course has generated numerous publications and even a Nobel prize. The intense atmosphere foments deep learning for both students and faculty. Twenty-seven students will spend seven weeks learning modern cell biology, fluorescence imaging and mathematical modeling with faculty who are leaders in their field. Please go to http://www.mbl.edu/education/courses/physiology-modern-cell-biology/ for more information.
Dates: July 7 through Aug. 4, 2019
Location: The Marine Biological Laboratory is located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, on beautiful Cape Cod
Compensation: Transportation, room, board and a modest stipend will be provided.
- Experience in multiple imaging modalities including standard bright field and epifluorescence microscopy, laser-scanning and spinning confocal microscopy, and TIRF microscopy
- Experience with imaging systems and acquisition software from multiple manufactures is a plus, but training will be provided
- A working knowledge of image analysis software
- Dedication and experience with hands-on teaching
- Team player
- Pro-active trouble-shooter and problem solver
- Effective time-management skills
Persons interested in applying should send an email including their CV and 3 references to Joseph Brzostowski. firstname.lastname@example.org Pre-application inquiries are welcome.