To properly address research and innovation in nanomedicine and advanced therapies, the confluence of several scientific disciplines such as microelectronics, chemistry, physics, biology and biomedicine among others, becomes highly relevant. These multidisciplinary research groups build upon strong cooperation with clinical specialists and health care providers to ensure proper clinical translation. For this, intellectual and physical proximity of medical care and basic and clinical researchers is fundamental. It is a form of convergence of doctors, health care and research, which convey the applied knowledge needed to ensure success. This will guarantee both the development and validation, together with the applicability of the progress and results of the investigations, from bench to bedside.