Recruiting 11 PhD students to be trained as European Experts in Multilevel Bioimaging: Analysis and Modelling of Vertebrate Development and Disease
Organization: Image In Life
11 PhD positions are now available in the ImageInLife network.
The 11 PhD students to be recruited will join the 3 already recruited; they will all participate in the ImageInLife research and training programme. They will all conduct original research projects dedicated to imaging vertebrates at cellular or subcellular levels. Network-wide workshops and transfers between research teams within the network will provide excellent training opportunities and enhance their career prospects
- University of Montpellier: 1 position to develop new reporters to study early development and macrophage functions in immunity and regeneration.
- CNRS, Gif/Yvette: 2 positions to study early steps of development in the zebrafish and rabbit embryos.
- University of Cambridge: 1 position available to study early steps of development in the murine embryo.
- STUBA, Bratislava: 2 positions to develop new mathematical tools and algorithms to study images and high throughput data from microscopes.
- Pasteur Institute, Paris: 1 position available to study viral infections in zebrafish larvae.
- Manchester Metropolitan: 1 position available to develop new strategies to model vertebrate development and diseases.
- Acquifer, Heidelberg: 1 position available to develop a smart imaging platform for automated high resolution imaging of zebrafish tissues and organs.
- TatraMed, Bratislava: 1 position available to develop new software solutions for medical image processing and analysis.
- PhaseView, Paris: 1 position available to study new methods for high speed 3D volume acquisition for in vivo embryo imaging.
For details on each of the above projects, please consult the dedicated page on the Image In Life website.