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Featured image with Sujan Ghimire

Posted by , on 26 April 2024

Our featured image, acquired by Julien Rességuier, shows the branchial cavity lymphoid architecture of an adult zebrafish. It is a 2D projection of a 3D multi-field of view acquisition of a transversal cryosection (30 μm) that has been stained with fluorescent phalloidin (inverted LUT – grey/copper) and DAPI (blue) to reveal tissue structures and labelled

Engineer in live imaging, for a project on cytoskeleton

Posted by , on 24 August 2021

Job offers: engineer in microscopy. We are seeking highly motivated candidates for applying advanced optical -live cell microscopy in the field of cytoskeleton, using photoconvertible fluorescent proteins.  Science. Major cytoskeletal component of neurons, Neurofilaments (NFs) provide the structural scaffold of axons and exhibit a rich functional diversity throughout the nervous system (Bomont, Curr Opin Cell Biol 2021 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ceb.2020.10.011). Important

Bioimaging Neurofilaments in vivo (Postdoc or Engineer)

Posted by , on 18 June 2021

In the context of an ERC funded project, the laboratory of Dr. Bomont (NeuroMyoGene institute, Lyon, France) is recruiting several fellows (2 postdoc, 1 technician/engineer). In particular, we are seeking highly motivated candidate who wish to apply advanced live microscopy methodologies to study the dynamics of neurofilaments in vivo. This project is multidisciplinary and will be

Postdoctoral Fellow position in Bioimaging Neurofilaments in vivo

Posted by , on 18 February 2021

In the context of an ERC funded project, the laboratory of Dr. Bomont (NeuroMyoGene institute, Lyon, France) is recruiting several fellows. In particular, we are seeking highly motivated candidate who wish to apply advanced live microscopy methodologies to study the dynamics of neurofilaments in vivo. This project is multidisciplinary and will be conducted in an