Microscopy Career Scientist Position in Spatial Profiling and Tissue Imaging
The PhD-level microscopist will join an interdisciplinary team focused on the use of 2D and 3D highly-multiplexed imaging of cells, tissues, and tumors, conventional and spatial transcriptomics, and the use of software tools based on machine-learning. The applicant must have a PhD in a natural science or biomedical engineering and research experience in cell, tissue or developmental biology, or related disciplines that involve extensive use of optical microscopes. Ideal candidates will have experience in both microscopy instrumentation and computational data analysis and familiarity with (or a readiness to learn) best practices in image acquisition and data processing. Reporting to the Director of Microscopy and Computer Vision, this position is an outstanding alternative to a postdoc (or second postdoc) for an individual who thrives on scientific challenges and seeks to work as part of an interdisciplinary academic team. This position is available with a flexwork option for applicants living in or planning to relocate to a location commuting distance to campus (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire). At least three days per week of on-site work at the HMS campus in Boston MA is required however.
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