Selected fellow will lead a project at RIDC BRAINN which aims to improve the inclusion of students with disabilities, special needs and high abilities.
The fellow will conduct research at BRAINN for the analysis of the alterations on the transcriptome of natural and unnatural hosts’ brains (single-cells and tissue) adjacent to the cyst changes over the course of infection caused by Taenia solium larvae.
A project at CeMEAI will tackle the use of supervised learning for the analysis of weight and degree of finishing of cattle in precision livestock. (photo: Miguel Boyayam / Pesquisa FAPESP)
The selected fellow will carry out research at the Center for Research in Mathematical Sciences Applied to Industry on the use of fuzzy systems for time series analysis.
The post-doctoral research fellows will work on projects conducted at RIDC CTC related to the generation and characterization of CAR-T cells to treat oncologic diseases.
Two positions are made available by NeuroMat for the development of research lines related to computational modeling, quantitative analysis and devices for neuroscience research.
The Optics and Photonics Research Center offers three post-doc positions under the scope of projects aiming to investigate novel effects in cold atoms and in Bose-Einstein condensates of Na, K, Rb, and Dy.
Partnering with scientists at Harvard, a group of Brazilians affiliated with the Center for Research on Inflammatory Diseases (CRID) described the mechanisms that cause hair color loss in extreme situations.
The selected candidate will work on a RIDC BRAINN project which has among its goals the creation of a post-processing methodology that could allow the evaluation of the morphology of the cerebellum and its deep nuclei.
Oxide plays a key role in cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases as well as cancer. Experiments conducted within the scope of RIDC REDOXOME reveal a hitherto unknown mechanism underlying the formation of nitroso thiols.
Initiative supported by FAPESP, USP, UNICAMP and global partners sets out to discover new molecules against tropical parasitic diseases. Its aim is to develop effective and affordable drugs.
Technique developed at Human Genome and Stem Cell Research Center, hosted by the University of São Paulo, produced hepatic tissue in the laboratory in only 90 days and could become an alternative to organ transplantation in future.
Experiments conducted under the aegis of the Obesity and Comorbidities Research Center showed that Zika virus inhibits tumor cell proliferation even when inactivated by high temperature.
A Brazilian team at FAPESP-supported CRID identified the strategy used by immune cells to combat the pathogen Mayaro virus, which causes symptoms similar to those of chikungunya fever. These results pave the way for the development of drugs.