RESEARCHERS

Vizcaya Biocruces “Mental Health Network” Team:
  • Ainara Arnaiz Muñoz
  • María Aurora Arrúe Ulles
  • Javier Ballesteros Rodríguez (UPV/EHU)
  • Patricia Caballero
  • Beatriz Corcostegui Santiago
  • Nerea Durán Núñez
  • Leire Erkoreka González (OSI Barrualde-Galdakao)
  • Ana Mª Fernández Cagigas
    Beatriz García Moratalla
  • Jon García Ormaza
  • Myriam García Ruiz
  • Patxi Gil López
  • Fernando Gonzalez Serrano
  • Virginia Guillén Cañas (UPV/EHU)
  • Manuel Hernanz Ruiz
  • Maria Ángeles Irastorza Abans
  • Aránzazu Iribarren Corera
  • Miguel Ángel Landabaso Vázquez
  • Jose Ignacio Landaluce Lauzurica
  • Fernando Lázaro Perlado
  • Elena Marín Díaz-Guardaminio
  • Oscar Martínez Azumendi
  • Juan Medrano Albéniz
  • Teresa Moreno Calle
  • Mª Concepción Moreno Calvete
  • Olga Olivas Gallego
  • Rodrigo Joaquín Oraa Gil
  • Luis Pacheco Yáñez
  • Maider Prieto Etxebeste
  • Ander Retolaza Balsategi
  • María Irene Rodríguez Marañón
  • Jose Manuel Rodríguez Sánchez
  • Maider Sanchez Perez
  • Ane Sarasola Gandariasbeitia
  • Aurora Urbano Aljama (Red Educativa Zerbitzuak, S.L.)
  • José Juan Uriarte Uriarte
  • Noemí Varela Gómez
  • Isabel Zamalloa Jauregui
  • Eskarne Zallo Atxutegi
  • María Josefa Zardoya Mateo (OSI Ezkerraldea Enkarterri Cruces)
  • Mercedes Zumárraga Ortiz

Group Activities

The Mental Health Research Group aims to develop and strengthen research in several strategic lines in the area of mental health. Each of these lines has its correspondent leader or referent who proposes the most relevant and strategic areas of research in the field.
The main goal is to increase knowledge that allows improving operational efficiency of services. This will allow us to prepare for the care challenges that in the future we should address as a health organization. Therefore, research in the our group is fundamentally intended to address all those aspects that are related to social and health care, epidemiology, promotion, prevention, effectiveness and efficiency of mental health interventions and devices.