Label free live imaging of retinal samples

The objectives of the work carried out by the newly recruited research assistant will be to carry out experiments using dynamic OCT microscopy, a technique developed by the group (see figure in the pdf showing the retinal cell layers imaged live with this technique). The research assistant role will provide general support to the activities of the team, with responsibilities in particular for preparing biological samples, acquiring images of them, and managing the data produced. The candidate will interact with members of Kate’s research team including experts in optics, instrumentation, software development, and biology, and will be co-supervised by Olivier Thouvenin of the Langevin Institute.

Qualifications required or desired :

Degree in biology, biomedical optics, bioengineering, or physics.

Candidates with a background in biology and/or optics, as well as a marked interest in imaging technology for biology applications is desirable. The project is at the interface of academic research and startup creation, and so an interest in industry in a startup context would be a plus.

French and/or English language skills required (international team).

Job location : Vision Institute, 17 Rue Moreau, 75012 Paris

Recruitment methods : The contact for your application (cover letter, CV) is Kate Grieve
(kate.grieve (arobase)

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