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Molecular Cytology Core Facility (MCCF) at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center seeks to hire a Junior Digital Microscopy Technician to support our daily operation. The position requires competency for use of imaging modalities in diverse research projects. MCCF is equipped with state-of-the-art optical imaging systems, including Leica SP5 and SP8 confocal microscopes, Zeiss LSM880 with AiryScan and widefield microscopes, digital slide scanners and also an Atomic Force Microscope. The widefield and confocal systems are equipped for long-term live imaging. The image analysis software includes Imaris, FIJI/ImageJ, Voloom/MicroDimensions, MatLab, etc. The new team member is expected to work with image processing and image analysis in the dynamic environment of basic and clinical researchers.
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