We are looking for candidates to fill one open postdoctoral or scientist position. Based on our lab’s interest in signal transduction biology, we have always strived to ‘see and show’ using a variety of imaging techniques the spatiotemporal aspects of these processes in cells. We seek to overcome the limitations of resolution and speed and have at our disposal sophisticated imaging equipment. Want to capture an event at its highest resolution, dive deep in nm range using transmission electron microscopy. The potential is limitless, in a paradigm of multi-receptor signaling via unconventional G protein coupled receptors (and many more signaling paradigms) that is now here to stay.
An ideal candidate should have a strong background in live cell imaging, experience in the use of equipment and software, familiarity with sophisticated imaging approaches such as confocal time-lapse imaging, FRET, FRAP, etc. Preference will be given to candidates with strong productive track record and experience.
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