Other forms of involvement

Invest oneself in the ICM, is to directly support research and participate in a great scientific and human adventure in order to overcome tomorrow the diseases of the brain and spinal cord.
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There are many ways to get involved:


A fundraising event is an unusual way of bringing together an activity (cultural, sporting, artistic…) and mobilizing the public.

Whether your event using the Institut du Cerveau – ICM to develop its reputation or want to get involved and organize an event to benefit the Institute, the communications team is available to assist you.

Your contact:
Astrid Crabouillet – Extern communication
Email / 01 57 27 40 22

An exemple: Music passion parkinson
The association Music Passion Parkinson was created by Alain Marin whose objective is to organize shows for the benefit of research on Parkinson’s disease. All the benefits of this event are donated to the Institut du Cerveau – ICM.



You can communicate your support of the Institut du Cerveau – ICM and make known the missions of the Institute; we place at your disposal elements that you can upload (logo, visuals, texts, etc.)

Your contact:
Maÿlis Gilliot – Extern Communication
Email / 01 57 27 40 22

An example : The 20 km de paris
As every year, thanks to the ASCAIR, the event organizer that supports the Foundation, the Institut du Cerveau – ICM is present at the 20 km from Paris. A partnership that has lasted several years and therefore supports the men and women suffering from neurological diseases.

Both a personal challenge because of its sporty appearance, runningthe 20 km de Paris is also a collective challenge, since that all participants will run, promote and excel. A strong and hopeful message that feeds medical research. Participate in this race is taking part in brain research and helping the Institut du Cerveau – ICM and especially the sick who need it, because 1 in 8 people is suffering from a neurological disease.

Each precious participation give visibility of the Institut du Cerveau – ICM and the research to fight epilepsy and improve the lives of patients.