Director of Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre and SBS Microscopy Network
We are seeking a new Director of the Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre (CAIC) and associated School of Biological Sciences Microscopy (SBS) network. With a base in the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, the activities span Departments and Institutes across the School.
This strategically important position will manage, develop and inspire an established team that delivers both cutting-edge design of bespoke microscopy approaches and a network of support for more routine imaging techniques. Through wide-ranging collaboration with our world-leading scientists, the chosen candidate will have unique opportunities to develop a portfolio of research that contributes to our reputation as a large and productive global centre of biological sciences research.
You will hold a PhD in a specialist subject area related to microscopy and have significant postdoctoral microscopy research experience. You will have a proven ability to lead and inspire a team and work with vision and foresight. The role holder will be able to demonstrate a proactive and collaborative approach to interactions with research partners and have a track record of research and technical publications demonstrating an international reputation. You will have excellent interpersonal skills and have a commitment to embedding a positive research culture in teams.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Professor Sarah Bray email@example.com or Dr Ben Steventon firstname.lastname@example.org members of the Management Board.
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Closing Date: 30 June 2023.
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