Our Facility in Gothenburg, Sweden, is now recruiting (permanent position) a motivated and experienced Scientific Officer with expertise in Electron Microscopy and its various applications in life sciences and more specifically in volume EM and correlative multimodal imaging.
The post-holder will work within the Centre for Cellular Imaging (CCI) national research infrastructure and in direct collaboration with the Cellular and Molecular Imaging SciLifeLab platform. The position will involve direct participation in the research projects by performing ultrastructural analysis on various biological specimens including cultured yeast, bacteria, insect, and mammalian cells as well as model organisms such as flies, nematodes, fish, and rodents. The post-holder will participate directly in the development of new 3D volume EM techniques under the guidance of the CCI Team and together with the Cellular and Molecular Imaging Scilifelab platform. Please, help us to spread this information in your networks, thank you!
The Centre for Cellular Imaging, which is the national SciLifeLab facility for Correlative Array Tomography in Sweden, has the great pleasure to welcome you to the first Cellular 3D volume – Correlative Array Tomography (CAT) Workshop! It is designed to bring experts, researchers and industry together interested in Cellular 3D volume – CAT to introduce this new technology, stimulate knowledge exchange and the formation of collaborations.
The Centre for Cellular Imaging (CCI) at the University of Gothenburg has been awarded funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative through their imaging program to Advance Imaging Through Collaborative Projects. CCI will take part in two different projects where prof. Julia Fernández-Rodríguez will be co-PI:
COMULISglobe: Multimodal Imaging across Scales in Life Sciences, to harness the power of multimodal imaging across scales from basic research to clinical diagnostics, facilitate access, and train a new generation of scientists
Society for Knowledge Exchange in BioImage Analysis (NEUBIAS), to secure the sustainability of the Network of European Bioimage Analysts, establish strong connections to similar initiatives, and share knowledge about state-of-the-art bioimage analysis tools and methods