Engineer Two-Photon Microscopy in Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Department: The Microscopic Imaging Centre (MIC) of the Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences, Radboud University Nijmegen,

The Netherlands is a State-of-the-art facility for imaging of biological specimens utilizing light microscopy (bright-field, confocal, two-photon); scanning and transmission electron microscopy; and digital sample analysis for researchers within and outside the NCMLS.

Job profile: The engineer supports the newly installed two photon in vivo imaging platform (hardware); develops add-ons (f.e. skin windows) to analyze internal mouse tissues/organs (CAD programming); develops automated measurements (macro programming); keeps up to date with relevant scientific and technical literature; trains external and internal users

Requirements: Academic degree in Physics or Biology with background microscopy (or equivalent); relevant computer skills; fluent written and spoken English; enthusiastic and communicative skills

Terms of employment: Temporary 2 years with option to be extended; 36 hrs per week; salary level 10: maximal € 3638 gross per month

Information: Prof. Dr. P. Friedl, head Cell Dynamics Group, +31 24 3610907, p.friedl@ncmls.ru.nl; Dr. J. Fransen, Microscopy facility manager, +31 24 3614284, j.fransen@ncmls.ru.nl

Kontakt: Mw. M. Korsten, HRM counsellor (
155 CBEG, Concerns vacancy: 08484), UMC Radboud, Postbus 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands