[Celegans] Assistant Professor Position at UNC Chapel Hill: Quantitative Sub-cellular, Cellular, and Organismal Imaging

Bob Goldstein via celegans%40net.bio.net (by bobg from unc.edu)
Wed Sep 14 08:19:30 EST 2011

The UNC Chapel Hill Department of Biology seeks an Assistant Professor in
Quantitative Sub-cellular, Cellular, and Organismal Imaging. Applications
are invited from scientists in the area of biological imaging at the
molecular, cellular or organismal level. Preference will be given to those
developing new imaging technologies and/or using imaging techniques to study
molecular dynamics, biophysics or assembly of molecular complexes either in
vivo or in vitro. Possible research techniques include, but are not limited
to, whole organism imaging, live-cell imaging, cryo-electron
microscopy/tomography and atomic force/single-molecule fluorescence
microscopy. Examples of experimental problems range from macromolecular
structure to signal transduction or cytoskeletal dynamics to receptor-ligand
interactions, gene regulation or other aspects of chromosome biology. Strong
records in experimental work, modeling and analytical skills are encouraged.
The successful candidate will contribute to a new initiative in Quantitative
Biology (http://www.bio.unc.edu/News/FacultySearch/UNC_Qbio_Program.pdf).

Full details: https://itsapps.unc.edu/RAMS4/details.do?reqId=2501731&type=F

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