The University has increased its scientific output over the last two decades. Among other factors, the setting up of new research centres, the development of the professional research career and the increase in the capacity of research groups to attract funding have been key factors.
In this new stage, the University wants to maintain all the lines that make up its thematic research map, and to make a special commitment to research focused on caring for people and the environment.
Research in personalised medicine will be promoted, with special attention to oncological diseases, rare diseases and palliative medicine. The study of bioethical aspects in relation to healthcare and research experience will be promoted.
The focus will be on sustainability in its triple dimension:
Environmental: biodiversity and ecosystem management
Social: society and communication in the digital environment
Economics: ethics of economic institutions and relations