2021 Scientific Prizes, Studentships and Calls for Proposals


This Monday, February 15, our calls for research projects, studentships and Scientific Prizes start!

Research (12/02/2021)


Each year, our Scientific Prizes, studentships and calls for proposals support innovative projects and talents in the field of hearing. The calls for applications are open from this Monday, February 15th! Find out more.


Hearing research

For several years now, Fondation Pour l'Audition has been awarding studentships anually to encourage and support the dual careers of clinicians, speech therapists, etc. in the field of hearing; but also to recognize major advances and discoveries, both in France and internationally.

In 2021, research is very much at the forefront in so many fields. Hearing and deafness research is constantly advancing, both by innovating and by applying new knowledge in the field.

To further accelerate research, our research supports are back as follows:

scientific Prizes

  • Early Career Scientific Prize for clinical research (french) ;
  • Early Career Scientific Prize for basic research (french) ;
  • Scientific Grand Prize (international).

Translational Research Initiative for Hearing (TRIH) Grant

  • For academic laboratories or biotechs researching new drug treatments or therapies.

Master studentships

  • Intended for students (medical residents, graduated speech therapists and audiologists).

    Apply now

Whether you are a physician or a scientist, or wish to encourage the career of a peer, apply to one of our 3 Scientific Prizes hereThe deadline for applications is April 15, 2021.

If you are interested in competing in translational research, please go hereThe deadline for applications is April 9, 2021.

Finally, for students interested in our Master studentships, apply hereThe deadline for application is April 15, 2021.


Since 2013, research on hearing and deafness has increased. Thanks to our different types of support, many French and international personalities have been supported. Browse through the projects on our Laureate Projects page!