• Biomechanics and Orthopedics
  • Telemedicine, Medical Bioinformatics and Clinical Artificial Intelligence.
  • Biosensors
  • Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology
  • Epidemiology
  • COVID-19 investigations
  • Biomaterials for medical use
  • Biomaterials for agricultural applications
  • Biomaterials for soil and water remediation

Biomedicine has emerged from an interdisciplinary specialization that seeks to bridge the gap between engineering and medicine, combining the design and problem-solving skills of engineering with the medical biological sciences to advance healthcare treatment, including diagnosis, monitoring and therapy. Research in Biomedical Engineering has a clear orientation towards the development of new techniques and products with direct application in the fields of Medicine and Human Health. From the synthesis of new biomaterials to the design and manufacture of prostheses and diagnostic medical equipment such as biosensors, passing through the new cutting-edge medical technologies such as Nanomedicine and Artificial Intelligence, without forgetting the contribution of new epidemiological prospecting methods, constitute areas of innovation with great potential in 21st century health care. With the COVID-19 pandemic, several research needs were created. It is necessary to understand its epidemiology, study viral load patterns in patients, determine the distribution of predominant varieties in Zone 1 and find possible drugs for its treatment.