Navarrabiomed: the biomedical research center of the Government of Navarre
Navarrabiomed is a public biomedical research center created by the Government of Navarre’s Ministry of Health in 2012. Its mission is to promote, facilitate and perform leading-edge biomedical research to develop and implement innovative therapies that improve the quality of public healthcare.
In 2016, Navarrabiomed signed an agreement with the Universidad Pública de Navarra for Navarrabiomed to become a public center with the aim of promoting biomedical research and boosting the competitiveness of the region’s biohealth industry.
The center is currently organized in 20 research units and six technical and scientific services to promote scientific research and technological development: Biobank, Clinical Trials, Methodology - Health Services Research, Proteomics, Animal Lab and Experimental Operating Theater, and the CellMa Clean Room for Advanced Therapies. A total of 140 researchers are involved in providing these services. Through its support units, Navarrabiomed facilitates and promotes research carried out by more than 250 healthcare professionals from other public centers in the region.
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