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Organisation

Biomedical Research Institute (BIOMED)

Research Institute

Lifecycle:1 Jan 1992  →  Today
Organisation profile:

BIOMED is a multidisciplinary institute where fundamental as well as applied scientific research, innovation and education are carried out in a stimulating academic environment within the domain of life sciences.

High quality fundamental and applied research is performed in a limited number of selected core domains relevant to human health and disease. Scientific services are conducted in activity fields closely related to our research expertise. In addition to scientific and social valorisation, the economical aspect of the research results is pursued.

The scientific and technological expertise present within BIOMED is also used for the scientific training of academics at our university. In addition, the institute aims at contributing to the social and economical development of the region by training promising young researchers in a stimulating academic environment. This is achieved through collaboration with the local health sector and by offering maximal support to the development and outgrow of economical projects within the life sciences sector.

Keywords:AFFERENT NERVE ENDINGS, ANATOMY (COMPARATIVE), BIOMARKERS, CYTOKINE, DENTO-MAXILLO-FACIAL, ELECTRON MICROSCOPY, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, EMBRYOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS, FUNCTIONAL KINETICS, HISTOLOGY, IMMUNE THERAPY, IMPLANTS, LIGAND-GATED ION CHANNELS, MESENCHYMAL TISSUES, MICROFLUORIMETRY, MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, NEURAL AXIS, NEURAL DEVELOPMENT, NEURONAL EXCITABILITY, NEUROREGENERATION, PROTEOMICS, RADIOLOGY (MRI), RENAL ISCHEMIA, RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, SPINAL CORD INJURY, STEM CELLS, T-CELL VACCINATION, TERATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY, TISSUE CULTURE, TOXIC SUBSTANCES, TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY, VERTEBRATE EPITHELIA
Disciplines:Regenerative medicine, Biomarker discovery and evaluation, Biophysics, Cardiac and vascular medicine, Immunology, Molecular and cell biology, Morphological sciences, Neurosciences