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Position: Electron Microscopist 
Institute: Frederick National Laboratory
Job Opening Date: 04/27/2021
Description: The Frederick National Laboratory is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and operated by Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc.  We are seeking an electron microscopist to join the team.  General laboratory duties including but not limited to prepare reagents, order lab supplies, maintain EM sample logbook,
process and embed biological samples in an epoxy resin for the thin-sectioned Electron Microscopy (EM), use of sharps (e.g. razor blades and scalpels) for trimming the EM sample blocks, make thin sections (50 to 100nm) with a diamond knife and ultra-microtome and mount the sections on grids, post stain the grids and carbonize in a vacuum evaporator, Operate and maintain EM (transmission EM and scanning EM), and examine the samples in the EM and capture the digital images.

Position: Research Assistant
Institute: University of Maryland Baltimore,  Electron Microscopy Core Imaging Facility
Job Opening Date: 04/20/2021, open until filled
Description: A research assistance position is open in UMB EMCIF conducting EM related research in a laboratory setting. The primary responsibilities include TEM/SEM specimen processing, ultramicrotome sectioning, sputter coating, critical point drying, immunolabelling and examination of specimen by using TEM and SEM. Knowledge and skills with advanced EM techniques such as cryo EM sample preparation, cryo EM, CLEM, 3‐D EM, etc. will be considered favorably
Inquiry: Ru‐ching Hsia (Director: EMCIF, UMB)

Position: Assistant Professor
Institute: University of Maryland Baltimore, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 
Description: The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, within the University of Maryland School of Medicine, is recruiting a structural biologist who has significant expertise in cryo‐Electron microscopy (Cryo‐EM) for a tenure‐track assistant professor position.
Inquiry: David Weber

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