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Biomedicine is a branch of medical science that applies biological and other natural-science principles to clinical practice,*. Biomedicine, i.e. medical research, involves the study of (patho-)physiological processes with methods from biology, chemistry and physics. Approaches range from understanding molecular interactions to the study of the consequences at the in vivo level. These processes are studied with the particular point of view of devising new strategies for diagnosis and therapy.**
Despite the physical asis for these specialities psychologists are increasingly involved bringing their unique perspective to these areas.
- regenerative medicine
- medical biology
- medical physics
- medical chemistry
- Biomedical research
- Biomedical scientist
- Medical anthropology
- veterinary medicine
- biomedical engineering
- Population groups in biomedicine
- Laboratory diagnostics
- The Human Genome Project,
- The Cancer Genome Atlas,
- The Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine
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