Members of the Academic Staff
The Bioinstrumentation Group aims to realize applicated investigation and technological development for the health area through multidisciplinary project development by focusing on translational medicine. Consequently, the group’s work has as ultimate purpose the technology transfer to health care. Moreover, their members pursue to impact the areas of photomedicine, bio-signals and bio-imaging, instrumentation and medical robotics, through knowledge generation, teaching and human resources generation focused on the proposal of solutions in the medical area through the investigation y technology development, for solving clinical challenges by integrating new technology on the patient care.
- UV fluorescence excitation photography for evaluation and monitoring of the ulcer healing process, PAPIIT IA103918, 2018-2019.
- Study of robotic systems and portable monitoring for the evaluation and motor rehabilitation of the upper body part with mobility deficit, PAPIIT TA100218, 2018-2019.
- Use of mannequins and augmented reality applications for anatomy teaching, PAPIME PE109118, 2018-2019.
- Surgical virtual simulation for improving medical skills, PAPIME PE109018, 2018.
- Virtual simulation system of intravascular infiltration procedures for medical training, PAPIME PE110019, 2019
Group’s principal knowledge areas
- Biosignals and bioimaging
- Instrumentation y medical robotic
Current research interest
- Techniques and theoretical models in optics for tissue interrogation
- Fluorescence and absorption spectroscopies in tissue
- Neuroengineering and assisted rehabilitation
- Computer-assisted surgery
- Haptics, virtual and augmented reality in biomedical systems
- Mechanism design and biomedical device
- Unit for Research and Technological Development at the Hospital General de México Dr. Eduardo Liceaga
- Photomedicine Laboratory
- Laboratory for Virtual Reality and Medical Robotics
- Laboratory for Biomedical Prototype Development