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18/11/16 poste ingénieur/postdoc développements en microscopie à l’IBENS Paris.

Contexte Participez à une révolution en neurobiologie L’Institut de Biologie de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure (IBENS) recherche un ingénieur/postdoc physicien dynamique et motivé dans le domaine de l’instrumentation optique en microscopie non-linéaire pour les neurosciences. Le développement des outils moléculaires optogénétiques promet l’avènement d’une nouvelle ére en neurosciences, avec la possibilité d’enregistrements optiques massivement parallèles et de contrôle optique des circuits neuronaux avec une (...)

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18/11/16 postdoc position in cambridge building microscopes - Cambridge Physics UK

This is a 2-year postdoc in the physics department, Cambridge University, UK, to develop low-cost parallelised optical microscopes. A track record is expected in instrument building and coding, and ideally instrument automation. Backgrounds could be in Engineering, Computer Science or Physics. Deadline 18th November 2018. For details, see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/18921/ Prof Pietro Cicuta http://people.bss.phy.cam.ac.uk/ (...)

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18/11/16 Postdoctoral position at Institut Fresnel : metabolic imaging and mechanobiology

Postdoctoral position in Biophysics at Institut Fresnel, Marseille, France Loïc Le Goff and Hervé Rigneault from the MOSAIC team at Institut Fresnel in Marseille (https://www.fresnel.fr/spip/spip.ph...) are seeking a postdoctoral candidate in biophysics to work on metabolic imaging and mechanobiology. The team has recently : -Investigated the interplay between growth and mechanics in the growing Drosophila wing from a biophysics perspective using new in vivo imaging methods1–3. (...)

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19/01/03 Postdoctoral position at CEA-LETI : Optical microscopy for 3D cellular imaging in microfluidics chip

The Technologies for biology and health department of CEA-LETI in Grenoble proposes a post-doctoral position to develop an optical microscopy system coupled with microfluidic devices for the ex vivo characterization of vascularized tissues. Though still confronted with multiple challenges, regenerative medicine (tissue reconstruction) offers many promises for the future. One of the current limitations remains the tissue vascularization. Ex vivo, this development requires the use of (...)

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