Welcome to the

Molecular Biology Institute of Paraná (IBMP)

The Molecular Biology Institute of Paraná (IBMP) was created in 1999 by a partnership between Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz) and the State Government of Paraná, with the initial purpose of deploying the installation of Fiocruz in the State of Paraná. It operates in technological development, innovation and industrial production of solutions for health, with emphasis on the Brazilian Public Health System (Sistema Único de Saúde – SUS). Throughout its history, IBMP has established itself as a Scientific and Technological Institution (Instituição Científica e Tecnológica – ICT), collaborating with the development of Science and Technology in the country and supplying the public health network with safe and quality products.

Inputs Development

and Production Plant

The infrastructure for production and development of Health Supplies consecrates the performance of the Molecular Biology Institute of Paraná (IBMP) in the Economic and Industrial Health Complex, with a production area of 2,200m² certified in Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). IBMP’s scientific, technological and innovation capacity is supported not only by its laboratories and high-quality equipment but also by highly qualified human resources in Management, Production, Quality, Technological Development, and Innovation in Health, with about 120 employees, including more than 50 Masters and PhDs.

Institutional Mission

To Develop, assimilate, share and make available health technologies and products through the integrated development of research, technological development and innovation activities aimed at generating solutions that contribute to the national dynamics of health innovation and to the socioeconomic development of Brazil.

Institutional View

To be a reference in the development of Biotechnology for Health, working with quality, excellence, sustainability and entrepreneurship in the development, innovation and technological production, aiming at the improvement of the population’s health conditions, and to be recognized by the Brazilian society for permanently presenting technological solutions that contribute to the socioeconomic development of the country and reduce the strategic dependence on this sector.