Polarbio: Polarimetric orthogonally breaking imaging applied to the study of the dynamics of intracellular architecture

Type d’annonce: Proposition – PostDoc

Description de la proposition:

Interdisciplinary Post-doctoral position in optics and biology in Rennes

The objective of the Polarbio project is to integrate an innovative polarimetric imaging methodology on a conventional confocal microscope within the MRic imaging platform of the University of Rennes 1 in order to produce polarimetric contrast images on different types of biological samples. After a first proof of concept,
two research axes will be investigated: (i) the use of this contrast to characterize biological structures and (ii) the refinement of the microscopy method to improve acquisition speed and data analysis, such as wide field detection or new modes of polarization at the excitation or the emission side.

Research Laboratories: IGDR – R&D Microscopy team /Optics and Photonics dpt. (FOTON Institute)
Heads of the Scientific Project: Marc Tramier / Mehdi Alouini
Contacts: marc.tramier@univ-rennes1.fr / julien.fade@univ-rennes1.fr

Proposé par: Julien Fade
Email: julien.fade@univ-rennes1.fr

Laboratoire/Institution: Institut de Génétique et Développement de Rennes
Adresse: Campus Santé Villejean, RENNES, 35042, France
Details en pdf: http://gdr-miv.fr/gdr/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/Post-doc-Offer-Polarbio-1.pdf