Supporting meaningful breakthroughs in medical science
Some of the most meaningful breakthroughs in medical technology emerge through collaboration. We support educational, charitable, and research endeavors that serve a genuine educational or public health function, benefit society, or that demonstrate good corporate citizenship.
Application for Research, Educational, Charitable Donations and Product Donations from MicroPort CRM
Please use the application form below to apply for all healthcare educational or research grants, charitable monetary donations, or product donations. All requests should be received at least six weeks prior to the date the donation or grant is needed in order to ensure time for review and processing.
If you have any questions or problems, please send an email to email@example.com.
To request a financial donation or grant, please complete am Application Form below.
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* The information collected on this form is digitally processed by the Controller, Sorin CRM SAS, established 4 avenue Réaumur - 92140 Clamart - France. The purpose of processing is solely to evaluate your application in respect to our legitimate interest of and to our legal obligations. The processing does not provide for automated decision making and the MicroPort CRM internal D&Gs Committee is the recipient of the data. Please note that, according to transparency regulations and local codes, we may publish your data to authorities or industry associations. The data are processed with a relevant level of security and no data will ever be transferred outside of the European Union. We will not keep the data in an active database for more than 5 years. As per Data Protection laws, you have the right to access as well as to rectification or to erasure of personal data as well as to withdraw your consent or to oppose or to restriction of processing by contacting the Data Protection Officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Should you believe afterwards that your data protection rights have been unlawfully addressed, you may lodge complaint with a Supervisory Authority (i.e. CNIL).