The Andalusian Centre for Nanomedicine and Biotechnology, BIONAND, is a mixed centre with stakes held by the Regional Ministry of Health, the Regional Ministry of Economy and Knowledge t and the University of Malaga with the purpose to promote and encourage the development of an andalusian centre for excellence research in Nanomedicine.

BIONAND was created as a multidisciplinary research space, where different professionals from the healthcare, university and business areas interact, making it possible to generate new systems to diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases, from the creation and development of devices materials and nano-scale.

This centre is the benchmark centre of the Andalusian Program for Research in Nanomedicine, a program which, together with those of Cell Therapy, Regenerative Medicine and Clinical Genetics and Genomic Medicine; have the main objective of supporting and fostering translational research in Advanced Therapies. The activities performed within these three research programs are developed in coordination with the Andalusian Initiative for Advanced Therapies (IATA), an initiative of the Andalusian Government promoted by the Regional Ministries of Health, Economy and Knowledge to promote development and application in clinical practice of new therapies based on the results of three Research Programs in Advanced Therapies of the Autonomous Region of Andalusia.


Events and Scientific Production Highlights

27-28, October 2021 in BIONAND (Malaga), Spain
Los días 27 y 28 de Octubre 2021 se celebrará en el Centro Andaluz de Nanomedicina y Biotecnología BIONAND un evento gratuito centrado en la Nanomedicina y Transferencia Tecnológica. Participarán empresas, centros e institutos de investigación, sector clínico y oficinas de transferencia, con el objetivo de alinear las investigaciones que se llevan a cabo con las necesidades del sector. Además será una ocasión para que los involucrados en el área, en especial dentro de la Comunidad Autónoma, se den a conocer nacionalmente. Se tratará de un evento muy breve, de tan solo 4 horas de duración repartidas además en dos días en horario de tarde (15:30-17:30). Se podrá asistir gratuitamente, tanto de forma virtual como presencial en el Salón de Actos Richard Feynman en el propio centro. Contamos con la participación de coordinadores de NanomedSpain, de grupos de la Comunidad y empresas nacionales. Toda la información y el formulario de inscripción se encuentra publicada aquí https://andaluciananomed.com/