Research Areas

IBYME is dedicated to both basic and applied research, as well as providing rigorous training for students, doctoral candidates, and postdoctoral fellows. We are passionate about our work and strive for excellence in everything we do. We hold seminars and courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels to ensure constant updating, interaction, and collaboration among those working in different research areas.
Historically the main discoveries were in the field of Physiology and Endocrinology; nowadays our areas of expertise include Cellular and Molecular Biology, Endocrinology, Immunology, Neurosciences and Behavior, Oncology y Reproduction.

Cellular and Molecular Biology

List of pathologies studied in the area of Molecular and Cellular Biology

Cancer | Colorectal cancer | Breast cancer | Intestinal inflammatory diseases | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis


List of pathologies studied in the area of Endocrinology

Breast cancer | COVID-19 and fertility | Diabetes (type I and II) | Dyslipidemia | Essential Hypertension | Insulin resistance | Oncofertility | Polycystic ovary syndrome | Metabolic syndrome | Metabolic syndrome and fertility


List of pathologies studied in the area of Immunology

Atherosclerosis | Cancer | Colorectal cancer | COVID-19 | Intestinal inflammatory diseases | Multiple sclerosis | Schistosomiasis | Oxidative stress | Inflammation | Psoriasis

Neurosciences and Behavior

List of pathologies studied in the area of Neurosciences and Behavior

Anxiety | Depression | Bipolar disorder | Neuropathic pain | Spasticity | Schizophrenia | Memory | Spinal cord trauma


List of pathologies studied in the area of Oncology

Cancer | Colon cancer | Breast cancer | Prostate cancer | Lung cancer | Kidney cancer | Glioblastoma | Melanoma | Oncofertility


List of pathologies studied in the area of Reproduction

Estrous cycle alterations | Germ cell arrest | COVID-19 and fertility | Endometriosis | Hypospermatogenesis | Infertility | Female infertilidad | Male infertilidad | Oncofertility | Polycystic ovary syndrome | Sertoli cell-only Syndrome | Metabolic syndrome and fertility