The Mustela Foundation

The Mustela Foundation

Working with healthcare professionals in support of children

The Mustela Foundation was founded in 1982 by Paul Berthomé, the father of the current chairman of parent company Laboratoires Expanscience.

The Mustela Foundation works in partnership with healthcare professionals across a variety of disciplines to supports research and projects related to child development and parenting worldwide.

The Mustela Foundation’s initiatives fulfil 3 main goals:

  • Support research by awarding grants and prizes in Research and Midwifery to students and experienced researchers.
  • Raising awareness on infant healthcare issues through education and free distribution of brochures, leaflets and posters.
  • Funding projects within the fields of health and wellness for children in France and worldwide through the Social Pediatrics Prize.

To date, the Mustela Foundation has supported more than 100 projects in the fields of psychology, sociology, psychiatry, pediatrics and midwifery.

More information:

You’re all signed up to get tips, news, and exclusive offers at
Want offers & advice specifically tailored to you?
We’ll respect your privacy. Read our Policy
Check out our Terms of Use.
We’ll respect your privacy. Read our Policy
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up to get tips, news, and exclusive offers.
Check out our privacy policy & terms of use.