Impact at the heart of Liryc’s concerns

By Julie Boussuge-Rozé, Secretary General of Liryc

The primary purpose of the Liryc Institute is to improve human health to better prevent and cure heart rhythm diseases, from which millions of people suffer throughout the world. At a time when social and environmental responsibility is becoming a real international priority, beyond its impact on public health, Liryc is concerned about optimizing its socio-economic impact, while controlling that of its activity on the environment.

Throughout this newsletter, you will discover flagship research projects with strong clinical and scientific impact, such as the HELP, UNMASC, MAESTRO or MUSIC projects on sudden cardiac
death and atrial fibrillation, and as continuation, a strengthened innovation mission to best ensure the transfer of these projects to the market.

The impact of this research and the care delivered is also assessed, as in the InEURHeart project with a medico-economic approach, and maximized, through the implementation of new training programmes aiming to disseminate the knowledge acquired to as many people as possible.

Finally, improving human health cannot be complete without respect for the environment. It is in this “One Health” philosophy that CEVA Santé Animale became a major donor to Liryc and that the institute carried out its first carbon assessment to reduce its environmental footprint.


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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