Research Professional - Scherer Lab
22259 James Franck Institute
About the Unit
The individual will work with Dr. Scherer in research activities that include the design and construction of a structured light illumination microscope (SIM) for cellular biophysics studies.
- Carry out experiments
- Design experiments, evaluate data, write progress reports and papers
- Present data and analyze results, discuss scientific and technical issues at lab meetings and seminars along with attending outside lectures, seminars and meetings relevant to research.
- Knowledge in relevant scientific field required
- Knowledge of research techniques and methods required
- Problem skills required
- Strong Organizational and communication skills required
- Verbal and Written communication ability
Education, Experience, and Certifications:
- Ph.D. or foreign equivalent in a physics/physical chemistry or biophysics or related field is required.
- Experience in Optical Physics, Cell Biology and Biophysics
- Experience with designing and constructing SIM's and multi-focal microscopes (MFM)
- Experience with developing an optical microscope
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
- Ability to sit for up to two hours
- Ability to use computers extensively for two to four hours
- Travel required to and from Argonne National Laboratory
- Laboratory environment
(Note: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under resume/CV section of the application.)
Depends on Qualification
Scheduled Weekly Hours
Job is Exempt?
Drug Test Required?
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Health Screen Required?
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