Image Analyst, The Crick Institute, London, UK
Job title: Image Analyst
Organisation: Crick Advanced Light Microscopy (CALM) Science and Technology Platform
Location: 1 Midland Road
Contract: Fixed-Term (3-years), Full- time
Salary: £32,600 – £40,000
Vacancy ID: (for HR to complete)
The Francis Crick Institute (the Crick) is a research institute dedicated to discovering the fundamental biology underlying human health, with the aim of improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human disease.
Imaging is a cornerstone technology underpinning science at the Crick. We seek a dynamic and talented Image Analyst to engage with Crick Research Groups (CRGs) in answering a wide range of exciting scientific questions using data from light microscopy, as well as electron microscopy, histology, and pre-clinical imaging modalities. The Image Analyst will work closely with CALM staff to support all aspects of image analysis, from experimental design to the interpretation and presentation of data. This will include training users in the use of ImageJ, and working with CRGs on projects requiring the development of more sophisticated tools for colocalization, segmentation, registration, and tracking.
PROJECT SCOPE/ DESCRIPTION
The CALM-STP supports advanced studies of molecular and cellular localization and interaction in living cells, tissues, and whole organisms. We provide training in image acquisition and analysis techniques, and maintain a suite of imaging systems for use by CRGs. The post of Image Analyst has been created within the CALM-STP at the Senior Laboratory Research Scientist level.
For a full description of this post see https://www.crick.ac.uk/about-us/jobs-and-study/ and select “Current Vacancies”.
Please note: all offers of employment are subject to successful security screening and continuous eligibility to work in the United Kingdom.
If you are interested in applying for this role, please apply via our website https://jobs.crick.ac.uk.