Theme: Heritage

January 2024

The Clément Fayat Foundation, a founding private sponsor, enthusiastically shares with you the steps taken since 2014 to restore the 30 angels signed René Lalique, a project led by the Association des Amis de Saint-Nicaise du Chemin-Vert.
Discover the 7 highlights by clicking on the following link > History in 7 steps. .
To find out more about the projects we support, go to the “Taking Action” tab.
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Theme: Health

January 2024

A look at the temporality of medical research and the sponsorship that is essential to support medical research
Since 2021, the Clément Fayat Foundation has chosen to act on the health axis to reduce neurodegenerative diseases.

> Read the interview with Professor Wassilios Meissner

Discover all the supported projects in the “Taking Action” tab.

Theme: Heritage

January 2024

The organist will no longer be the invisible man…
The Clément Fayat Foundation is supporting the creation of the remote console for the great organ of the Saint-André cathedral in Bordeaux.

>Read the interview with Jean-Baptiste Dupont, titular organist

Discover all the supported projects in the “Taking Action” tab.

Theme: Health

December 2023

The TAP_DLB research team, led by Erwan Bézard, has observed that the location of the onset of Lewy body pathology has an impact on the type of disease developed by the neurodegenerative patient, i.e. Parkinson’s disease or Levy body dementia. >Read the publication npj parkinson’s disease

>Read the press release

Discover all the projects supported in the “Taking Actions” tab.

Theme: Health

December 2023

The Foundation supports the research work of Emma Perrot’s thesis, aimed at understanding the development of anxiety in people suffering from Parkinson’s disease by determining the functional role of the Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide secreted by single neurons which may be at the origin of the development of non-motor symptoms, such as anxiety.

To find out more, go to the“Taking Action” tab – Health – 3rd Clément Fayat Scholarship: VIP-PARK

Theme: Health

October 2023

There are still a few days left, until August 7, to apply for the “Therapeutic Education” call for projects on neurodegenerative diseases.

Download the file in the “Call for projects” tab

Theme: Heritage

September 2023

Founding sponsor Fondation Clément Fayat is delighted to announce the return of eleven stained glass windows by René Lalique to the church of Saint-Nicaise in Reims, following their restoration at Manufacture Vincent-Petit. Five large windows and six smaller ones are back in place in the south arm of the transept and the choir of the church. As a result, five large and six smaller stained-glass windows are back in place in the south arm of the transept and the choir of the church.
The second stage of restoration, that of the nave windows, is scheduled for 2024.
To discover the supported project, go to the “Taking Action” tab.

Theme: Health

September 2023

The Foundation is funding the research work of Alexandra Foubert-Samier, a neurologist with a doctorate in epidemiology, and Cécile Proust-Lima, a doctorate in biostatistics from INSERM, on the analysis of the correlation between 5 modeled evolutionary profiles of Multi-Systematic Atrophy and targeted biomarkers, to enable clinicians to provide prognostic information to patients.

To find out more, go to the “Taking Action” tab

Theme: Health

August 2023

The Foundation is supporting a clinical trial to test the benefits of music therapy in treating irritability in patients with Huntington’s disease. Anxiety, patients’ quality of life and the feelings of carers will also be assessed. The study, being conducted at the Clinical Investigation Centre at Poitiers University Hospital, will be coordinated by Dr Isabelle Benatru, and will involve 15 patients with early-stage Huntington’s disease.

To find out more, go to the “Taking Action” tab

Theme: Health

July 2023

There are still a few days left, until August 1, to apply for the “Clément Fayat research thesis grant” call for projects on neurodegenerative diseases.

Download the file in the “Call for projects” tab

Theme: Heritage

June 2023

A look back at the progress of the restoration project for the 30 glass roofs signed René Lalique launched at the beginning of May, on the technical finesse deployed, the passion and know-how of the profession of conservator-restorer.

On June 23, visit of the Manufacture Vincent-Petit where 11 first angels benefit from the attentive care of the restoration team specialists in molded glass.

To find out more [+], we invite you to read the letter of July 2023 from the Association Les Amis de Saint-Nicaise du Chemin-Vert, initiator of the project.

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