The Hearing Institute
The Hearing Institute is an Institut Pasteur center for basic and translational neuroscience research in the field of hearing, set up at the initiative of the Fondation Pour l'Audition and the Institut Pasteur.
The Institut Pasteur
The Institut Pasteur, a non-profit foundation with recognized charitable status set up in 1887, is an internationally renowned center for biomedical research with a network of 32 institutes worldwide. In the pursuit of its mission to prevent and control diseases in France and throughout the world, the Institut Pasteur operates in four main areas: research, public health, education and training, and the development of research applications.
La Fondation Pour l’Audition
The Fondation Pour l’Audition was set up by Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, Jean-Pierre Meyers and the Fondation Bettencourt Schueller. It was granted charitable status in 2015. Its aim is to harness wide-ranging talent to advance research on hearing and help improve the daily lives of those with hearing loss. The foundation's mission is twofold: to support research and innovation that will pave the way for novel approaches and progress in hearing health, while also engaging the general public through prevention and awareness campaigns with the aim of protecting and preserving our hearing.
Founded in 1964, Inserm is a French public scientific and technical institute which operates under the joint authority of the French Ministries of Health and Research. The institute is dedicated to biomedical research and human health, and is involved in the entire range of activities from the laboratory to the patient's bedside. It also partners with the most prestigious research institutions in the world that are committed to scientific challenges and progress in these fields.