please find below the latest news from Euro-BioImaging
Friday, April 29th, 2022 @ 13.00 CEST
Amnon Bar-Shir from Weizmann Institute of Science will talk on “Molecular and cellular imaging with MRI: Probes design and applications”
Followed by Coffee with Euro-BioImaging
Career advancement opportunities:
Positions in cryo super-resolution microscopy at the Centre for Integrative Biology, Illkirch/Strasbourg, France
The Centre for Integrative Biology, IGBMC, in Illkirch, France is recruiting an Engineer or PhD with a strong background in imaging, optics, physics or informatics & software developments with experience in super-resolution microscopy. This team also has an opportunity for a master internship with the possibility of conducting a PhD thesis afterwards.
Apply by April 22 (email to email@example.com)
FAIR Image Data Steward, Euro-BioImaging Bio-Hub team, EMBL Heidelberg
Join our team! The Euro-BioImaging Bio-Hub hosted by the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg is looking for a highly motivated FAIR Image Data Steward to drive mobilisation of image datasets from our Nodes to the BioImage Archive within the scope of the European Open Science Cloud project and BY-COVID (https://by-covid.org/), with a focus on Covid-19 and infectious diseases related datasets.
https://www.embl.org/jobs/position/BIOHUB00001 Apply by: April 27, 2022
Scientific Officer in Electron Microscopy, Center for Cellular Imaging, Gothenburg, Sweden
The team at the Center for Cellular Imaging, part of our Swedish NMI Node are currently recruiting a motivated Scientific Officer in Electron Microscopy (permanent position) and its various applications in life sciences.
Apply by: June 3
Workshops, conferences & webinars:
New trends in high resolution pre-clinical molecular imaging – April 29, Pisa, Italy
The IFC workshop hosted by the MMMI Node will gather together some of the most active companies and researchers from the most advanced research centers in the preclinical imaging field. Euro-BioImaging Med-Hub Director, Linda Chaabane, will have the opening address.
More information & registration: https://www.ifc.cnr.it/index.php/en/news/804-molecular-imaging-workshop
Fundamentals of X-Ray imaging in Life Sciences – April 27 at 16:00 CEST
The Global BioImaging/Zeiss webinar series on Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and X-ray imaging is ongoing and open to everyone. The next webinar is April 27 with an Introduction to the Fundamentals of X-Ray imaging in Life Sciences from Rosz Manser at Zeiss, and Liz Duke, EMBL Hamburg.
COMULIS Conference 2022 – September 20-22, Nicosia, Cyprus
Interested in correlated multimodality imaging approaches? Don’t miss the COMULIS Conference 2022 – it will be held at the Cyprus Institute in Nicosia, Cyprus, from September 2022. Travel & accommodation stipends available
More information coming soon: https://www.comulis.eu/comulis-conference-2021-1
Ph.D / Postdoc course Advanced Optical Microscopy 2022 – May 30-June 3, Maastricht, The Netherlands
The aim of this one-week course is to introduce and experience various advanced optical microscopic techniques, sample preparation, vital imaging and quantification of molecular processes in the cell. This course is for PhD and Postdoc students in the Life Sciences. https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/events/phd-postdoc-course-advanced-optical-microscopy-2022-1
Registration fee is € 200
Contact Erika Bemelmans to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visualising Life – Interdisciplinary approaches in biology – July 4-15, EMBL Heidelberg
EMBL’s Lautenschlaeger Summer School is back after a 2-year hiatus! The programme will introduce students with non-biology background to the dynamic interdisciplinary world of current biology research. It is specifically designed for Bachelor and Master students from Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science searching for a graduate-level program (e.g. Master or PhD).
More information: https://www.embl.org/about/info/undergraduates/events/2022-visualising-life/
Microspectroscopy: Functional Imaging of Biological Systems – September 6-15, Wageningen, Netherlands
The Microspectroscopy Research Facility Wageningen of Wageningen University & Research, part of our WISH Node, together with the Microscopic Imaging Centre of Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, will organise a FEBS advanced practical course on fluorescence microspectroscopy for young scientists and PhD students in September 2022.
More information can be found here: https://microspectroscopy2022.febsevents.org/
Register by June 1st.