CALYM

Carnot institute

The Consortium for the acceleration of innovation and its transfer in the lymphoma field

The CALYM Carnot Institute brings together 15 research teams specialized in lymphoma, first blood cancer.

This academic consortium, without international equivalent, aims at accelerating innovation and its transfer in the lymphoma treatment and diagnosis through a unique R&D offering: from the identification of new biological targets to registration clinical trials.

Competences

Core business

Health
Technologies for health
Key figures

Key figures

Permanent staff (full-time equivalent)
297
including PhD Students
42
Global budget
28 M€
Partnership
incomes with industry
14,7 M€
Contact

Contact

institut Carnot CALYM
LYSARC
Centre Hospitalier Lyon-Sud
Secteur Sainte Eugénie
Pavillon 6E
69495  Pierre-Bénite Cedex

Véronique Staniek
Director of operations
+33(0)4 72 66 38 72

Email contact

Presentation

A Carnot Institute Devoted to Lymphoma: Creating Synergies, Initiating Partnerships, Accelerating Translational Research

Consortium overview 

15 multidisciplinary and complementary research entities in the lymphoma field:
  • LYSA: The Lymphoma Study Association, a cooperative group
  • LYSARC: The Lymphoma Academic Research Organisation
  • 13 academic research teams (belonging to Inserm or CNRS national research bodies, to universities and/or to hospitals)
  • CALYM is member of Global Care Initiative
    www.globalcare-initiative.com

  • CALYM is member of FINDMED
    www.findmed.fr

Our 4 R&D Pillars at the Core of Innovation

  1. Research and validation of new biological targets and lymphoma in vitro and in vivo models
    > to develop new preclinical drug candidates
  2. Identification, validation, patenting and licensing of blood and tissue biomarkers
    > to improve diagnosis, guide therapy decisions and predict tumor responses
  3. Early monitoring of activity (early pharmacodynamic markers, circulating DNA, immunomonitoring)
    > to accelerate translational research
  4. Optimization and exploitation of clinical research related tools
    > to accelerate development, registration and market access of drug candidates

 

                      

Our Platforms and Technical Resources

  • CALYM offers various terms of collaboration covering all stages of R&D :

       • contract research partnerships on preclinical, translational or clinical (multicenter) projects
       • joint setting-up of projects on national or international calls for projects
       • access to its databases, technical platforms, biological collections, preclinical models, technical resources
       • expertise and consulting of internationally renowned lymphoma experts

  • Besides its platforms, CALYM offers a unique training offering through The Lymphoma Academy, a LYSARC initiative to foster lymphoma R&D excellence for all staff and members of the consortium and its partners (on a contract basis)
  • CALYM is certified ISO 9001:2008 for the management and monitoring of its research activities

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