The fellowship holder must play a leading role in data analysis, including the integration of omics data and developing predictive models and testable hypotheses.
Researchers identify a novel cell type that makes survivors of sepsis more susceptible to infections
Many patients suffer from a significant decline in immunity lasting for years after they are discharged from hospital. In an article published in the journal Immunity, researchers at CRID reveal why this happens.
The hypothesis was raised by scientists at HUG-CELL, on the basis of an epidemiological survey involving 1,744 Brazilian couples where at least one partner was infected.
The researcher will be part of a multidisciplinary group focusing on the discovery and optimization of new chemical entities for the treatment of leishmaniasis and Chagas disease.
In a study of the underlying mathematical pattern associated with the reign of the Caesars, researchers at CeMEAI concluded that the chances of survival obeyed the 80/20 rule seen in many phenomena, from earthquake magnitudes to numbers of followers on social media.
Scientists at CIBFar investigated the mechanism that produces the main enzyme involved in the virus’s replication in cells. The findings are reported in the Journal of Molecular Biology
Designed and built by researchers at the Center for Development of Functional Materials, the device is much cheaper than the conventional technology.
Brazilian scientists have developed an innovation that can be used in sensors to monitor brain function with even greater sensitivity than existing devices.
A study conducted by researchers at the Center for Cell-Based Therapy identified a genetic signature that can be used to predict whether patients should be submitted to radiation therapy.