Covid Aura TranslateThe Bullukian Foundation is proud to participate in the Covid-AuRa Translate project, launched in November 2020 and which aims to identify the biological indicators relating to Covid-19 which will constitute a biobank in order to support research on diagnostic solutions and treatment of infections linked to Covid-19.
This research program brings together several institutes and hospitals, including the FINOVI Foundation, the Mérieux Institute, the BIOASTER Institute, and many others.
For the 2020 Science festival, the Astrophysical Research Center of Lyon (ARCL) and the Bullukian Foundation are joining forces to present the exhibition “La Science size XX Elles”, produced by Femmes & Sciences with the CNRS and the ENS from Lyon.more information
The result of a genuinely interdisciplinary approach, the meeting of geochemists from the Lyon Geological Laboratory and Lyon health actors brings new light on diseases involving the metabolism of metals through the study of their stable isotopes.more information
by the Auditorium - Orchestre national de LyonOrganized at the initiative of Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider, musical director of the National Orchestra of Lyon, this free concert aims to thank those who have been the most exposed and the most invested during this health crisis: the caregivers.more information
The Confluence des savoirs association promotes dialog between research and creation through a series of conference, free and open to all. Each meeting brings together artists and researchers who strive to offer a new perspective on the world.more information
Supported by the French Health Law Association, the Jean-Marie Auby Prize, supported by the Bullukian Foundation, distinguishes every two years the thesis work of a doctoral student for the contribution and contribution of his research in the field of the health law.visit the website
in partnership with the Mérieux FoundationThrough the annual organization of a symposium, the Bullukian Foundation and the Mérieux Foundation together encourage reflection on the evolution of the life sciences and its potential impact on societymore information
Every year in France, nearly 2.500 new cases of cancer are identified in children and adolescents. Less common than in adults, cancers (leukemias, lymphomas, brain tumors, sarcomas) represent one of the leading causes of death in children under 19.more information