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The Integrated Cellular Imaging (ICI) Core is hiring a Core Director. The Core Director is a staff scientist who leads core operations and performs administrative tasks in support of the core facility. The ICI Core Director will have extensive fluorescence imaging knowledge, including expertise in confocal imaging, live cell imaging, super-resolution imaging, and image analysis. Experience leading cell biology and/or optical imaging research, as well as imaging technology development is strongly preferred. Managerial and grant writing experience is also preferred.
The ICI Core Director jointly reports to the Scientific Director, Executive Administrator of Research Administration (School of Medicine), Assistant Dean of Novel Technologies and Cores (School of Medicine), and Senior Director, Cancer Research Administration (Winship Cancer Institute).
Specific duties include:
NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location. Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
ICI represents a shared resource partnership between the Emory School of Medicine and the Winship Cancer Institute. ICI was established in 2012 and represents one of the largest imaging cores in the southeast with over 19 microscopes in 5 locations on campus, including a planned 6th future location in a new building on campus. ICI supports over 100 Emory investigators each year and continually acquires the latest cutting-edge imaging technologies available.
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