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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 for more information.
Position Details:
Type:  Fulltime
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.   Pre-application inquiries are welcome.