Integration Architectures for heterogeneous and distributed health services which allow the access, knowledge generation and management most appropriate in each scenario and use case to facilitate a multimodal diagnosis. Standards application in different domains (health informatics, distributed systems, security, etc) to the design and execution of integration architectures for the provision of health services and social wellness of distributed and heterogeneous, that meet the integration commitments, interoperability, scalability and security.
Studies about intermediation software technologies (middleware) to support service architectures, analyzing the limitations and advantages to meet the requirements under various scenarios and use cases and selecting the most appropriate to each context.
Specification and design of services that are integrated into the architecture which allow an efficient management of information and knowledge from other services from the architecture (heterogeneous and distributed) for generating new medical/clinical knowledge in real-time.
Modeling and characterization of the interactions of electromagnetic fields with biological tissues at different levels and their applications.
Using bioelectromagnetic modeling techniques for understanding the role of endogenous fields and electrophoretic forces/dielectrophoretic at the sub and supracelularits and its application to the design of intelligent devices for therapy/diagnosis in a micro-/nano level.
Design of sensors for detecting physiological events by applying bioelectromagneticmethods and techniques. Using hybrid technology for the functionalization of biotechnological devices. Study of electromagnetic coupling and propagation between wireless sensors.
Development of methods and techniques for designing and validating distributed assisted living environments through intelligent devices. Application to elderly and chronically ill patients. Development of methodologies and techniques for the design and the validation of portable systems based on the design for all and design space for citizens with special needs concepts. em>
Research, development and platform validation for the cooperation between intelligent devices in the domain of care. Application of standards of biomedical sensors. New methods and technologies for remote monitoring. Application to the chronic condition. Interaction of sensors platforms with health information systems.
Methods and technologies for the detection of biological and pathological events and to provide a quantitative understanding of the relationships between elements of complex biological systems through the integration of personal knowledge in multiple scales: from genomic and proteomic level to whole body level . em>
Application of computer modeling techniques to provide an integrated view of the evolution of the metabolic syndrome of diabetes. em>
Control mechanisms of the metabolism of lipoproteins, glucose, free fatty acids and adipose tissue. Observers of the patient's inner state to allow the generation of clinical knowledge about the interactions among various control mechanisms involved in the energy production at the cellular level. Em>
Customizing models for the design of new therapies at the molecular level in the treatment of diabetes. em>
Research and development of mathematical models capable of generating multiscale biomedical knowledge which helps to control and prevent chronic renal disease, so that we can have a quantitative and integrated knowledge of clinical aspects of the patient's inner state. em>
Development of methods and techniques for customizing and adequacy of peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis. Simulation study of the dynamics of growth of microbial biofilms focused on the design of nanotechnology for the prevention of the formation of biofilms on catheters and implanted devices.