UR-BIOMED Applied Biomedical Sciences Research Group

Organization profile

Organization profile


The research group in applied biomedical sciences of the Universidad del Rosario (BIOMED-UR) is dedicated to the advancement of human health through research applied to the nature and mechanisms of health, as well as the causes, mechanisms , prevention and management of the disease, making use of the methods of physiological and morphological sciences, the epidemiological method and through participation in collaborative networks.

Currently, in the line of research in physiological sciences, projects related to pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacogenomics, pain and peripheral nerve care are being worked on; teaching biochemistry in health sciences, development of automation strategies and optimization of laboratory techniques; hemovigilance, applied blood physiology and physiological bases of hemotherapy.

In the line of research in morphological sciences, pedagogical innovation projects are being worked on for the teaching of anatomy, histology and pathology in health sciences, cytological diagnosis of thyroid pathologies and mathematical models for counting mitosis.


  1. Generate new knowledge about health processes and disease processes.
  1. Facilitate the transfer of knowledge to develop new methods, procedures and technologies in health.
    1. Propose solutions to health problems.
    1. Support undergraduate and graduate training processes in medicine and health sciences with a research-based teaching approach.
    1. Form inter-institutional collaboration networks with actors from academia, industry, health decision makers, non-governmental organizations and health service providers at the local, regional and global level.

    Research Lines:

    1. Morphological sciences.
    1. Physiological sciences.


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