4D imaging of the blood microcirculation by Digital Holographic Microscopy DHM

Type d’annonce: Proposition – PostDoc

Description de la proposition:

The post doc position is available for a period of one year in the soft material team of
laboratory Charles Coulomb in Montpellier. Supervision is provided by a physicist/ optician
(Michel Gross) and a biologist (Daniel Alexandre), members of this team.

Applicants must hold a PhD degree in the closely related area (physics, optics, or
biomedical engineering) prior to the start-date of the position. Applicants with PhD degrees in
electrical engineering with interdisciplinary experiences and complementary expertise in the
areas of optics, biophysics, microbiology are also highly encouraged to apply. Experiences and
expertises in following areas: optics, microscopy, numerical techniques in C/C++ and with GPU,
computational imaging, modern coherent optics and holography are also welcome.

Proposé par: Michel GROSS
Email: michel.gross@univ-montp2.fr
Website: http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/index.php?page=pageperso&nom=GROSS&prenom=Michel
Laboratoire/Institution: Laboratoire Charles Coulomb – UMR 5221 CNRS-UM2
Adresse: Université Montpellier II Bat 11 CC 26. Place Eugène Bataillon, Montpellier, 34095, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/Post-doc.pdf

Post-doc : Systematic analysis of gene expression in single intact cells by high throughput detection of single mRNAs

Type d’annonce: Proposition – PostDoc

Description de la proposition:

Characterizing gene expression at the level of single cells and in the context of the cellular space is a difficult challenge, but meeting it will certainly drive important conceptual breakthroughs. Single molecule FISH (smFISH) identifies and localizes all mRNA molecules produced by a given gene, in every cell of large populations. SmFISH thus possesses unique advantages to study mRNA localization at the sub-cellular level. This is a fundamental but understudied phenomenon, involved in many biological processes, including mitosis, cell polarity, co-translational assembly of protein complexes etc…
In this project, we aim at mixing traditional and innovative approaches to combine the power of traditional smFISH techniques with the systematic aspects of genome-wide approaches. We will collect high-resolution, high quality images of the localization of many mRNAs in native fixed cells. Our first goal will be to discriminate localized mRNA from randomly distributed ones. Our second goal will be to group localized mRNAs into functional categories, to understand the functions of this process at the cellular level. This project will be performed in collaboration with the image analysis group of C. Zimmer (Pasteur Institute).

Proposé par: Edouard BERTRAND
Email: edouard.bertrand@igmm.cnrs.fr
Website: http://www.igmm.cnrs.fr/spip.php?rubrique150
Laboratoire/Institution: Edouard Betrand Lab, IGMM – CNRS UMR 5535
Adresse: 1919 route de Mende, Montpellier, 34090, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/AnnoncePostDocBetrandLab-2016.pdf

Computer vision and machine learning for the classification of colon’s wall from fluorescent microscopy imaging-Lyon

Type d’annonce: Proposition – PostDoc

Description de la proposition:

1 year post-doc position funded by LABEX PRIMES (http://primes.universite-lyon.fr/)
available as soon as possible at CREATIS (Funded by LABEX PRIMES (http://primes.universite-lyon.fr/)

Highly motivated PhD scientists with excellent knowledge on image processing, interest in life sciences applications should contact David ROUSSEAU (david.rousseau@univ-lyon1.fr) with CV and motivation letter.

Proposé par: David ROUSSEAU
Email: david.rousseau@univ-lyon1.fr

Laboratoire/Institution: CNRS UMR 5220 – INSERM U1206 – Université Lyon 1 – INSA Lyon –
Adresse: Bâtiment Blaise Pascal (4ème étage) 7 Avenue Jean Capelle 69621 Villeurbanne Cedex, LYON, 69621, France
Details en pdf: POST_DOC-Lyon

Post-doc in bioimage informatics for large multidimensional microscopy datasets

Type d’annonce: Proposition – PostDoc

Description de la proposition:

A 2 year post-doctoral position in bioimage informatics is available at the Laboratory of Optics and
Bioscience (LOB) at Ecole polytechnique, Université Paris-Saclay in Palaiseau near Paris, France.
The general aim is to adapt or develop image processing or analysis algorithms for large dataset
alongside usable integrated pipelines, to allow acquired fluorescence microscopy data to be
exploited for biological insight, with a particular application on large stitched confocal/multiphoton
stacks for developmental neuroscience.

Proposé par: Anatole Chessel
Email: anatole.chessel@polytechnique.edu
Website: http://www.morphoscope.polytechnique.edu/
Laboratoire/Institution: LOB – Ecole polytechnique – Université Paris-Sacaly
Adresse: Route de Saclay, PALAISEAU, 91128, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/PostDocBioimageInformaticsLOB0416.pdf

Image analysis and computational modeling: Large scale atlasing and modeling of cell dynamics during leaf morphogenesis

Type d’annonce: Proposition – PostDoc

Description de la proposition:

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Proposé par: Philippe Andrey
Email: philippe.andrey@versailles.inra.fr

Laboratoire/Institution: Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin, UMR1318 INRA-AgroParisTech, ERL3559 CNRS
Adresse: Centre INRA de Versailles-Grignon, Route de St-Cyr (RD10), Versailles, 78026, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/post-doc-position-1.pdf