In the very special and unprecedented context of 2020, we have been reminded that health is at the heart of our society and how medical research is essential.

Liryc’s teams adapted throughout the year with new working methods and collaborations, to support the collective fight against COVID-19, while pursuing their research, innovation and training activities to cure and prevent heart rhythm diseases.
This health crisis should enable us to continue our research but also to reinvent ourselves coping with the challenges and issues of our Institute.
Throughout this newsletter, you will discover the ongoing research projects aiming at a better understanding of the potential impact of COVID-19 on cardiac function, the means implemented by the Institute to pursue its various missions, including patient care and training,
as well as the latest news and projects of the teams.
I would like to highlight the remarkable commitment of our community, which has invested heavily in recent months to continue our fight against heart rhythm diseases. I’m also grateful for the support of our new scientific, academic and industrial partners, donors and our first ambassador, Jean Galfione, who inspires us with his strength and excellence.

We look forward to meeting again in person in 2021 to continue our action!


Juliette a été victime d’une mort subite cardiaque provoquée par un dysfonctionnement de son coeur. Grâce aux découvertes et aux innovations scientifiques de l’Institut Liryc, elle a pu être sauvée. Ne laissons pas les maladies du rythme cardiaque emporter des vies.

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