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Support & Partnerships

Our collaborations drive innovative outcomes in fundamental research and shape the future of healthcare for patients.

Hospital Collaborations: Enhancing Patient Care Through Research

Our close partnership with Necker Enfants Malades Hospital fosters a seamless integration of clinical expertise and research. The ongoing interaction between our research laboratories and clinical departments is a significant strength, driving translational activities from-bench-to-bedside. This collaboration, facilitated by hospital-university team leaders and clinicians with joint appointments, addresses not only clinically relevant questions but also significantly contributes to the development of diagnostic tools, biomarkers, and therapeutic targets.

This multidisciplinary approach, coupled with privileged access to state-of-the-art clinical facilities and resources on the Necker campus, accelerates the translation of scientific discoveries into tangible applications for improved patient care and promotes a comprehensive approach to medical research.




Support from our partners and overseeing bodies: Working together for progress

The success of Institut Necker Enfants Malades relies on strong partnerships and the support of esteemed institutions: the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM), the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and Université Paris Cité. Our international collaborations further underscore our dedication to knowledge exchange and dissemination.




Necker Enfants Malades Research Foundation

The mission of Necker Enfants Malades Research Foundation is to support research on diseases affecting children and young people, as conducted at INEM. The foundation contributes to the growth of the institute, promotes excellence in medical research, and increases its impact both nationally and internationally.

Necker Enfants Malades Research Foundation (FRNEM) operates under the auspices of the Foundation for Medical Research (FRM). All funds collected are directed towards the FRM.
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