[Computational-biology] Postdoctoral Research Position Opening at MIT

Mark Bathe via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by mark.bathe from gmail.com)
Wed Dec 17 12:42:18 EST 2008


The Laboratory for Integrative Computational Cell Biology & Biophysics (
<http://web.mit.edu/liccbb> http://web.mit.edu/liccbb) in the Department of
Biological Engineering at MIT has an immediate postdoctoral position opening
in computational cell biology. The applicant should be proficient in C/C++
and MATLAB, ideally including the image processing, optimization, and
statistics toolboxes. Experience with spatiotemporal image correlation
spectroscopy, quantitative fluorescent speckle microscopy, particle
tracking, and methods for inverse computational modeling of stochastic
processes is highly desirable. The successful applicant will develop and
apply such techniques to dynamic fluorescence microscopy data of
cytoskeletal protein dynamics involved in fundamental cellular processes.
Competitive salary and full benefits included.


For more information please forward your CV and sample of recent
publications to:


Mark Bathe, Ph.D.
 <mailto:mark.bathe from mit.edu> mark.bathe from mit.edu

Department of Biological Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology



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