NAVARRABIOMED; Biomedical Research Center of Navarra (Spain)

Project Data

Year: 2013
Place: Pamplona (Navarra)
Country: Spain
Type of Laboratories: Scientific Research
Services: Lab Planning & Equipment
Segment: Research
NAVARRABIOMED is the name for the former Centro de Investigación Biomédica del Servicio Navarro de Salud del Gobierno de Navarra (Biomedical Research Centre of the Health Service of the Government of Navarre), now linked to the Miguel Servet Foundation.

The Biomedical Research Centre, known up to now as CIB, was created in 1997 as a technical healthcare centre for the Health Service of Navarre. In October 2012 it was integrated into the structure of the Miguel Servet Foundation under the name NAVARRABIOMED, maintaining all of its functions.

NAVARRABIOMED aims to be the scientific platform at the service of healthcare professionals who want to do some research. To do this, it has strands of work in molecular biology, cytogenetics, cell culture, immunohistochemistry and cell therapy in order to carry out research in the fields of haematology, oncology and neurosciences, predominantly.
It has a biobank of brains and another of tumours at its disposal, as well as technology platforms in proteomics and genomics, animal facilities and experimental surgery.

Burdinola has collaborated in the design, manufacture, installation and start-up of laboratory furnishings and equipment. The research centre in its new building with the facilities up and running will be a leader in biomedical research in Navarre.

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