A position of a light microscopy engineer is available in the cooperative laboratory ABIVAX-CNRS at Imaging Plateforme MRI (Montpellier RIO imaging)

Type d’annonce: Proposition – Postes CDD

Description de la proposition:

The cooperative laboratory ABIVAX-CNRS aims to develop its antiviral discovery plateform. ABIVAX is an innovative biotechnology company focused on targeting the immune system to eliminate viral disease. ABIVAX is advancing multiple preclinical candidates against viral targets (i.e. HIV, Chikungunya, Ebola, Dengue) and several of these compounds are planned to enter clinical development within the next 18 months. Many of the cooperative laboratory activities rely on cutting edge imaging techniques. To foster, enrich and accelerate its research, the cooperative laboratory seeks the help of an engineer specialized in Image Analysis for Life Sciences. The position is for a *ABIVAX-CNRS engineer*, 3-years fixed term until end of Mars 2020. It involves Service and Development activities. Importantly, a strong feature of the cooperative activities involve the generation of very large images. The candidate is expected to help researchers with the challenges of large images manipulation, analysis and processing.

Proposé par: Jamal Tazi
Email: jamal.tazi@igmm.cnrs.fr
Website: http://www.abivax.com/fr/
Laboratoire/Institution: Laboratoire Cooperatif ABIVAX-CNRS
Adresse: 1919 Route de Mende, Montpellier, 34293, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/ingenieur-imagerie-ABIVAX-CNRS.docx

Light microscopy engineer (IE) IGBMC

Type d’annonce: Proposition – Postes CDD

Description de la proposition:

A position of a light microscopy engineer is available in the Imaging Center of the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology (IGBMC).

The appointment will be full time on the French Public Scientific and Technical Research Institution IE2 grade (Ingénieur d’Etudes 2 classe EPST) initially for 12 months.

The IGBMS aims to develop interdisciplinary research at the interface of biology, biochemistry, physics and medicine, but also to attract students from around the world by offering very high-level education in the field of biomedical sciences. The IGBMC campus is located on the « Parc d’Innovation d’Illkirch » in the Strasbourg suburbs, which represents an exceptional scientific, academic and industrial environment and largely favors collaborations and technology transfer (http://igbmc.fr/).
The service activity of the Imaging Center (ICI) is tightly interwoven with the scientific activity of the IGBMC and that of the broader scientific community. The staff of the ICI provides its users with a possibility and emphasizes the importance of autonomous access to most of the systems of the core facility. This is achieved via personalized or grouped trainings designed in function of each scientific project after the evaluation of feasibility and delays. The ICI staff is in charge of designing imaging procedures starting from biological sample preparation (http://ici.igbmc.fr/).
The successful candidate is expected to have a Master’s degree in Life Sciences or Engineering and an experience of using advanced light microscopes and image processing software in biomedical research. Previous experience with electron microscopy is desirable.
The successful candidate must be familiar with the theoretical and practical aspects of light microscopy (optics) and of image processing.
The successful candidate must possess excellent communication skills and must be fluent in English. French language will be a considerable asset.

For further details about the vacancy and how to please go to http://igbmc.fr/igbmc/recrutement/job_offer/304/

The candidates should send their application to Dr. Basile Gurchenkov (gurchenk@igbmc.fr) with Curriculum Vitae, a cover letter detailing their motivation and contact details of their referees.
The position will remain open until filled; however applications received by October 15, 2016 will be given priority.

Proposé par: Basile Gurchenkov
Email: gurchenk@igbmc.fr
Website: http://ici.igbmc.fr
Laboratoire/Institution: IGBMC
Adresse: 1 rue Laurent Fries, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, 67404, France
Details en pdf:

Ingénieur en microscopie / instrumentation optique

Type d’annonce: Demande – Postes CDD

Description de la proposition:

Madame, Monsieur,
Récemment diplômé de l’École nationale supérieure d’ingénieurs du Mans, je suis spécialisé dans la mesure physique, les capteurs et l’instrumentation dédiée à l’acquisition de données.

Je cherche un poste d’ingénieur ayant attrait à la microscopie optique ou l’instrumentation optique en général (capteurs/mesure).

J’ai réalisé un stage de six mois au CEA/Leti ayant pour sujet la réalisation d’un microscope couplant imagerie sans lentille et imagerie de fluorescence. Ce stage a confirmé mon intérêt pour le domaine de la microscopie et de l’instrumentation optique ; je serais ravi de continuer dans celui-ci.

Mes compétences concernent notamment les domaines de l’optique théorique et instrumentale (mise en place de banc de mesure, de caractérisation, d’imagerie), du traitement du signal/image, de l’électronique et de l’informatique.

Je vous joins mon CV pour plus de détails concernant mes expériences et compétences.

Sincères salutations,

Demandé par: Matthieu Leroy
Email: matt57.leroy@orange.fr
Website: https://fr.linkedin.com/in/matthieu-leroy-05b639110
Adresse: 19 rue du pigeonnier, Metz, 57070, France

CV: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/CV_Matthieu_LEROY.pdf

Microscopy facility manager

Type d’annonce: Proposition – Postes CDD

Description de la proposition:

The CMMI, a joint initiative of the Université libre de Bruxelles and of the Université de Mons, is a preclinical imaging facility which provides services and training for academic and industrial partners. It offers expertise and equipment in electron and light microscopy, in vivo animal imaging, digital pathology and image analysis. The CMMI is located in the Biopark Charleroi Brussels South, a site which hosts two academic institutes and several companies active in the field of life sciences.

The Microscopy facility of the CMMI includes:
– Fluorescence microscopy (WF, CLSM, SD)
– Electron microscopy (TEM, SEM, and soon cryo-TEM)
– Holographic microscopy

Missions
In coordination with the academic staff and specialized researchers in those different fields, the facility manager will:
– Maintain and contribute to operate the instruments of the facility
– Train and provide support to the users of the facility, including guidance on experimental design, sample preparation, image acquisition and analysis
– Supervise a technician (experienced in EM/histology)
– Promote the facility to the science community (academia/industry)
– Write activity reports, funding requests, quotes and service agreements, assist the academic staff in setting up projects

Proposé par: Laure Twyffels
Email: ltwyffel@ulb.ac.be
Website: http://www.cmmi.be
Laboratoire/Institution: Université libre de Bruxelles / Center for Microscopy and Molecular Imaging (CMMI)
Adresse: Rue Adrienne Bolland, 8, Gosselies, 6041, Belgium
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/Annonce-microscopy-facility-manager.pdf

Technician/Engineer Ultramicrotomy TEM/SEM/FIB-SEM

Type d’annonce: Proposition – Postes CDD

Description de la proposition:

The Goetz lab (www.goetzlab.com) is looking for a motivated technician/engineer interested in participating in multiple projects aiming to dissect tumor metastasis using intravital correlative microscopy. The work will be performed in Strasbourg (France) under the supervision of Jacky G.Goetz, in collaboration with international experts of tumor metastasis and imaging. We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic technician/engineer with strong background in ultramicrotomy and electron microscopy techniques.

Proposé par: Jacky Goetz
Email: jacky.goetz@inserm.fr
Website: http://www.goetzlab.com
Laboratoire/Institution: INSERM U1109
Adresse: 3 avenue Molière, Strasbourg, 67200, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/Add_techEnginEM_November16.pdf