José Javier Serrano Olmedo got his degree in Telecommunication Engineering in 1990 and his PhD. in Telecommunication Engineering in 1996 at the Engineering School on Telecommunication (Technical University of Madrid). He teaches on Electronic Instrumentation, Bioinstrumentation, Biosensors and Clinical Engineering as Associate Professor since 1998 at the Technical University of Madrid. He is a researcher member of the Networking Center for Biomedical Research on Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedine (Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain) and of the Center for Biomedical Technologies (Technical University of Madrid). He has worked in the past on several research fields including superconductor materials characterization and sensor networking. Now he is heading the Laboratory of Bioinstrumentation and Nanomedicine, as part of the Center for Biomedical Technology, in the Life Supporting Technologies Group of the same university. The research lines being followed in this laboratory are mainly the technologies for nanomedicine, mainly using nanoparticles, the development of gravimetric biosensors and electromedicine equipments, and accessible and assistive technologies based on serious games, virtual and augmented reality technology.