Dear Euro-BioImaging Colleagues and Friends, 

Here are some career advancement opportunities, workshops and events from the Euro-BioImaging community that we are pleased to share with you.

Best wishes from the Euro-BioImaging Hub Team

Training & Workshops:

eRImote Workshops (online) – September 21 & 22 
The eRImote Project is organizing many interesting Workshops this Fall! On September 21 & 22, the topic is Remote training for RI users and staff & User interactions and networking in remote/digital service provision. We hope you will join!
Full information:

eRImote Workshops (online) – October 24 & 25
On October 24-25, topics include Remote operations of RI services and Data and access security.  Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to exchange with other core facility staff, RI partners and industry and learn from each other.
Full information:

Career advancement opportunities:

Research Associate in Bio-Image Analysis, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK
Alice Pyne’s team at Sheffield University, UK, is hiring a new bioimage analyst within the UKRI Future Leaders Fellow programme grant “Unravelling the invisible complexities of the genome”. The project aims to develop new bioimage analysis tools for the Atomic Force Microscopy field, and to apply these to a number of exciting collaborative projects across the UK and US with impact in gene therapies, cancer and ageing.
Apply by September 11:

Bioimage Analyst and Research Software Engineer, Human Technopole, Milan, Italy
Florian Jug’s Group at the Human Technopole is hiring a Bioimage Analyst and Research Software Engineer to work on the AI4LIFE project ( that will provide sustainable, intuitive, and highest quality research services and infrastructures that will enable life scientists to exploit machine learning to improve the utility and interpretability of image data, the key to fast-paced progress in biomedical research.
Apply by September 13:

Software Engineer Research, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Our  Population Imaging Infrastructure Node, based at Erasmus MC, is hiring a Software Engineer to work on developments within the EuCanImage project to build a secure and federated imaging platform for next-generation artificial intelligence and precision medicine in oncology.
Apply by September 29:

Conferences & Events: 

Global BioImaging Exchange of Experience VII, Montevideo, Uruguay & ONLINE – September 14-16
The annual conference organized in collaboration with Latin America BioImaging is in hybrid format this year. It represents an open forum for discussion and new ideas, where imaging facility managers and technical staff, scientists, science policy officers, vendors and funders from around the globe will come together to discuss how Imaging can contribute to sustainable development.
More information:

PET is Wonderful 2022, Edinburgh, Scotland with LIVE streaming – September 27 & 28  
Don’t miss the annual PET is Wonderful meeting, held online or in-person this year. Check out the excellent scientific programme and learn more about the Chan Zuckerberg – PET is Wonderful summer scholarship programme for those wanting to learn more about PET imaging.
Late abstract submission until September 16:

COMULIS Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus – September 21-22
This in person event will emphasize correlative imaging methods (CMI) able to capture the dynamics of life, spanning the whole range from molecular resolution to imaging whole organisms. The conference program offers an attractive combination of oral presentations and posters with selected poster presenters, invited for short flash talks. It will also provide excellent opportunities for discussions and informal gatherings. Industry talks are included.
Registration is FREE:

4th volume EM Town Hall Meeting, ONLINE – October 5
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 4th volume EM Town Hall Meeting, which will take place on Wednesday 5th October from 09:00-17:00 BST/ 10:00 – 18:00 CEST on Zoom.
Program coming soon on the Volume EM website.
Register here:

Euro-BioImaging User Forum: Fighting infectious diseases, ONLINE – October 6th @ 14:00 CEST
This event will highlight the importance of cutting-edge imaging technologies in support of pandemic preparedness, finding treatments and understanding the underlying biology of infectious agents. We will showcase the specific expertise available at our Nodes across Europe through case studies presented in tandem with the research community.

Keynote speakers include:

• Anne-Marie Chacko, Duke-NUS Medical School, “A role for in vivo imaging in infectious disease: driving drug discovery by monitoring treatment response”
• Cristina Risco Ortiz, Cell Structure Laboratory, CNB-CSIC, “Imaging viral infections: Identifying new targets for antiviral treatments”

Register here:

Live webinar: Better understand cell structure and mechanisms with Amira Software (Industry event)
September 29, 2022 | Virtual Event
Session 1: ASIA/EMEA | 9:30 a.m. CEST | 5:30 p.m. KST
Session 2: EMEA/AMERICAS | 4:30 p.m. CEST | 8:30 a.m. PST

Thermo Scientific™ Amira™ Software provides a comprehensive array of tools for the flexible and accurate analysis of time series data of cellular mechanisms. It enables researchers to perform dedicated segmentation workflows on their intra- and intercellular images and apply powerful automated object tracking solutions.

Attend this webinar to learn how Amira Software can help you:

• Accelerate subcellular (membrane, organelle) detection and segmentation from Electron Microscopy (TEM) data using a range of readily available tools, including 3D Deep Learning model training.
• Analyze multichannel fluorescence endothelial cell culture data by performing fast and effective cleaning, segmentation, volume colocalization and neighbor cell proximity.
• Extract complex information in 3D such as detection, segmentation and penetration of cancer or immune cells to manage multichannel High Content Screening multi-well images of organoid models.
• Quickly convert, visualize and accurately process large (~100GB) multi-channel and time series light sheet tissue imaging data.

The webinar will last approximately 25 minutes + Q&A session.

Register here: