The Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB) is one of the largest hubs of biomedical research in southern Europe, celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2016. The PRBB has a critical mass of 1,500 people hailing from 50 different countries, an accumulated R&D budget of approximately 90 M€ per year and cutting-edge scientific equipment. The governing council is the board of rectors which includes representatives from the Government of Catalonia, Barcelona City Council and Pompeu Fabra University and is chaired by the Catalan Minister for Economy and Knowledge. The PRBB Consortium is headed by the General Director, Jordi Cami, and General Administrator, Marga Sala.

The PRBB Consortium manages and maintains the park and its facilities. It also manages the animal facility as a scientific service. The research centres pay for the rent of space in relation to area and type, as well as for various services in the park. The park receives no structural subsidies.

Vision: The Consortium PRBB provides an open scientific infrastructure so that the institutions of the park can perform biomedical research that is internationally competitive.

Mission: The Consortium PRBB contributes to create the best conditions so that the scientific community of the park is successful.