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With the Aquilos 2 cryo-FIB soon available at our Institute (link), allow me to briefly advertise a fellowship opportunity in my lab, open to candidates of any nationality:

This project, to be developed at the São Carlos Institute of Physics (IFSC), University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil, aims to study the in situ high-resolution structure of mitochondrial filamentous enzymes involved in tumor metabolic adaptation and their effects on organelle ultrastructure and morphology upon filamentation.

This research will extend Adamoski et al.’s 2023 paper (, which was recently highlighted in the celebration of NSMB’s 30th anniversary (

Now we focus on more profound questions with cutting-edge methodologies, such as correlative light-electron microscopy (CLEM), cryo-electron tomography in lamella (cryo-ET), and expansion microscopy (ExM), that can also be applied to other proteins in the lab.

Details and how to apply: PD Scholarship Opportunity

FAPESP Fellowship Opportunity 6788 (POR/EN): link