The Postdoctoral Research Associate is expected to develop a new optical microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to investigate cellular metabolism in cells and live animal. The Research Associate will be responsible for administrating and training the center users on various microscopy systems including wide-field, TIRF, confocal, multiphoton, two-photon in vivo imaging, FLIM, and FRET microscopy systems...............Please visit the link to see more details,
QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of Ph.D. in Physics, Chemistry, Biophotonics, Engineering or a related discipline. Preference will be given to candidates proficient in design and development of a new optical instrumentation, two-photon in vivo imaging, software development, especially with Java, ImageJ, Python, LabView, and MATLAB, and with experience in various fluorescence microscopy-imaging systems. Candidates must have effective oral and written communication skills.
Dr. Ammasi Periasamy
Director and founder of WM Keck Center for Cellular Imaging,
Prof. of Biology & Biomed. Eng., University of Virginia,
Physical & Life Sciences Building (PLSB 005)
90 Geldard Dr., Charlottesville, VA 22904, USA.