CIMA (Center for Applied Medical Research)
The CIMA (Center for Applied Medical Research) is made up of multidisciplinary teams of professionals who carry out translational research of excellence. They work together with the University of Navarra Clinic and with the rest of the faculties and centers of the biomedical campus of the University of Navarra and IdISNA.
His research aims to find new disease mechanisms and discover possible therapeutic targets , identify and validate new diagnostic biomarkers and develop therapies for diseases that pose significant medical challenges.
CIMA is committed to cutting-edge biomedical research in an environment of open innovation , establishing collaboration agreements with other national and international universities, technology centers, companies and foundations. CIMA is a member of the ADItech technology corporation.
WHY THE CIMA IS A LEADER IN MEDICAL RESEARCH
- Because it has innovative vertical programs in hepatology, solid tumors and biomarkers, oncohematology, neuroscience, and cardiovascular disease programs.
- Because they work in transversal programs related to immunology and immunotherapy, gene therapy and regulation of gene expression, cell therapy and molecular therapies.
- Because it has a Bioinformatics Service that offers complete support in the development of any experiment in which DNA or RNA is studied on a massive scale both in humans and in other organisms. li>
- Because it offers a integral service to laboratories for non-invasive image acquisition and quantitative image analysis using advanced multidimensional image processing techniques.
- Because it uses immunophenotypic techniques that allow determining the characteristics of particles or cells in suspension , and that individually pass through the light emitted by lasers (cytometry).
- Because it manages the collection and use of biological samples of human origin and their associated data for biomedical research purposes (Biobank).
- Because supports all the biomedical research projects of the University of Navarra, CIMA and Clínica Universidad de Navarra that require the use of experimental animals.