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France BioImaging Newsletter - December 2020

In this month’s newsletter:

  • FBI 6th Annual Meeting on February 4th & 5th, 2021
  • FBI Bretagne Loire Node is ratified as Euro BioImaging ERIC facility!
  • News from FBI Marseille Node ImagImm facility
  • 2 ERC Synergy Grant 2020 projects involving FBI Members
  • and news from Nodes, upcoming events, grants, training and job opportunities!

France BioImaging National Coordination Team wishes you a healthy, peaceful and happy holiday season!


Save the date: FBI 6th ANNUAL MEETING on February 4th & 5th, 2021

France BioImaging is pleased to invite you to participate to France BioImaging 6th Annual Meeting.  For this edition, the meeting will be organized as a two-half days virtual meeting (from 9:00AM to 1PM) on February 4th & 5th 2021.

This event, open to all members of the bioimaging community, aims to provide a platform to discuss pivotal subject matters in our field.

The 2021 program of the France BioImaging Annual meeting will be built around two pillars

  • Building and operating an integrated and open infrastructure for bioimaging
  • Latest and future developments in biological imaging

More information to come soon!

Registration will be free but mandatory.



FBI Bretagne Loire Node is ratified as Euro Bioimaging ERIC facility!

We are very pleased to announce that FBI Bretagne-Loire Node application to become a Euro BioImaging facility has been evaluated as highly recommended by the EuBI Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and ratified by the EuBI Board on November 30th, 2020.

The Bretagne Loire Node facilities will now be open to Euro-BioImaging users as part of the French BioImaging Node of Euro-BioImaging

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News from FBI Marseille Node ImagImm Facility

This month, the PICsL-FBI facility of the Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille Luminy (CIML), called ImagImm (Imaging Immunity), shares with us 3 major research implications aiming at helping their users to decipher cellular mechanisms in the fields of immunology:

  • Technology transfer: spot variation Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (svFCS)
  • Image analysis with Histo-cytometry (SAPHIR)
  • Wound healing in C. elegans
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2 ERC Synergy Grant 2020 projects involving FBI Members

Congratulations to Emmanuel Beaurepaire (CNRS Research Director from the Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences CNRS-INSERM-Polytechnique), PI of the ERC Synergy Grant project “HOPE”, to Laurent Groc (CNRS Research Director ; Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience), coordinator of the ERC Synergy Grant project “ENSEMBLE“, to Laurent Cognet (CNRS Research Director ; Laboratoire photonique numérique et nanosciences) and U. Valentin Nägerl (Professor at University of Bordeaux ; CNRS Research Director ; Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience), both PIs of the ERC Synergy Grant project “ENSEMBLE“.

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News from Nodes members

04 Dec, 2020
2020 Mottart prize from the French Science Academy awarded to Patrick Lemaire

Grant opportunities

09 Dec, 2020
CZI New Funding Opportunity to Advance Biomedical Imaging
09 Nov, 2020

News & Events

17 Dec, 2020
Webconference – Physics-Biology Interface


22/03/2021 12:00 am
Histologie : de la préparation d’échantillons à la validation des marquages par analyse d’image

Job Offers

08 December, 2020
Head of Electron Microscopy Facility – Institut Pasteur, Paris
04 December, 2020
Postdoctoral position on the development of cryogenic electron microscopy and spectroscopy methods for the study of extracellular vesicles at bone tissue interfaces
04 December, 2020
Super-resolution microscopy in chromatin biology
04 December, 2020
Research Engineer position for 2 years renewable in optics at the Emiliani Lab at the Vision Institute in Paris
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