GENMIC

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Contact information

GENMIC: Grupo de Investigación de Genética y Microbiología
Lucía Ramírez, Catedrática de Genética y Mejora Vegetal
Grupo de Investigación de Genética y Microbiología Departamento de Producción Agraria Edificio Los Olivos Universidad Pública de Navarra
Pamplona
Navarra
948169107
948169732
Areas of activities
  • A. Health Biotechnology
    • Areas of activity
      • Screening
  • B. Agrifood Biotechnology
    • Agriculture / veterinary / environmental
      • Other enhancement techniques (molecular marker..)
  • C. Industrial Biotechnology
    • Biofuels
    • Enzymes
    • Microorganism
    • Residues valoration
  • D. Services
    • R&D services
      • Biotechnolgy kits
    • Professional services
      • Consultancy
      • Training and spreading

The primary goal of Genmic is to train Master and PhD students in the fields of Biotechnology and Public Health through the development of research projects in genetics and microbiology based on the application of genomic and transcriptomic technologies applied to the fields of agriculture, industry and health. This training is carried out in the frame of large research projects funded by the National Research Plan and by international genome and transcriptome sequencing projects. This training objective is expanded to other interested people through ad hoc courses and the development of joint research projects.

Products and services
  • Training courses in genetics, microbiology, omics techniques and genetic breeding for professionals in agriculture, industry or health.
  • Development of projects using genetic and genomic techniques for companies with an agricultural, industrial or healthcare biotechnology base.
  • Production of new agricultural varieties.
Areas of interest for future collaborations
  • Genetics and genomics applied to the improvement of industrial processes and plant breeding
  • Genomics and transcriptomics applied to the identification of genetic conditions in human health.
  • Sequencing of genomes, metagenomes, and transcriptomes in the fields of agriculture, industry or health