About the ELMI

ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.

Bio-Image Analyst, Institut Curie, Paris, France

The hosting structure

The Curie Institute Research Center

The “Institut Curie” is a major player in the research and fight against cancer. It consists of a hospital and a Research Center of more than 1000 employees with a strong international representativeness.

The objective of the Curie Institute Research Center is to develop basic research and to use the knowledge produced to improve the diagnosis, prognosis, and therapeutics of cancers as part of the continuum between basic research and innovation serving the patient.

Job description


The Genetics and Development Biology Unit (ugbdd.curie.fr) at the Institut Curie is a multidisciplinary department which, among other aims, studies tissue dynamics from cell to organ scale during development. Research teams use optical fluorescence microscopy to visualize in real time different biological processes in various organoid and animal models (Drosophila, zebrafish and mouse). Through the support of a Labex program (labex-deep.fr), we are looking for an enthusiastic and service-oriented Bio-Image Analyst.


The candidate will work in strong interaction with the Cell and Tissue Imaging facility and will collaborate with users from the Paris campus and beyond, helping them developing solutions for bioimage analysis. The projects will range from designing image analysis workflows, developing custom scripts/macros/plugins, to full collaborations where the Analyst handles the project from start to end and delivers analyzed data. The candidate will also advise and teach users on their bioimage analysis strategies.


Description of the activities

Candidate Profile

Training and experience required

The candidate should hold an engineering or master degree in (bio)informatics, (bio)physics, applied mathematics or any other related domain, followed by at least 3 years of professional experience in bioimage analysis in research or support to research activity, or holds a PhD in bioimage analysis, bioinformatics, (bio)physics, applied mathematics or any other related domain.

Skills required

All our opportunities are open to people with disabilities

Contract information

Type of contract: Fixed-term contract
Starting date:  1st February 2022
Duration: 18 months, renewable
Working time: full time
Remuneration: according to the current grids
Benefits: Collective catering, reimbursement of transportation fees up to 70%, supplementary health insurance
Location of the position: Paris
Reference: not to be completed


Please send your CV, letter of motivation and 2 references, to Olivier Renaud (olivier.renaud@curie.fr)

Publication date: not to be completed
Deadline for application: 15 January 2022

Institut Curie is an inclusive, equal opportunity employer
and is dedicated to the highest standards of research integrity.