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.
We are looking for a highly motivated Bioimage Data Analyst to join the Advanced Light Microscopy Core Facility at the EMBL Heidelberg as scientific officer. Your primary focus will be to evaluate and implement analysis workflows for cutting-edge imaging based spatial omics technologies and to contribute to the analysis and interpretation of spatial omics data.
This position is funded by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) as part of a collaboration between Cellzome, a GSK company, and EMBL. Cellzome is a center of excellence for Omics technologies of GSK in Heidelberg, Germany. The successful candidate will work in close collaboration with computational biology and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AIML) groups at GSK and at leading academic research institutions.
EMBL is an inclusive, equal opportunity employer offering attractive conditions and benefits appropriate to an international research organisation with a very collegial and family friendly working environment. The remuneration package comprises a competitive salary, a comprehensive pension scheme, medical, educational and other social benefits, as well as financial support for relocation and installation, including your family.
GSK is a science-led global healthcare company that researches and develops a broad range of innovative medicines and brands. On the EMBL campus in Heidelberg, Cellzome provides a high-quality international research environment with world-class omics capabilities. The candidate will benefit from participation in the GSK formal mentorship and various trainings/seminar series in drug discovery.
EMBL is Europe’s flagship research laboratory for the life sciences – an intergovernmental organisation performing scientific research in disciplines including molecular biology, physics, chemistry and computer science. Its mission is to offer vital services in training scientists, students and visitors at all levels; to develop new technologies and instruments in the life sciences, actively engage in technology transfer activities, and to integrate European life science research.