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2011
  Lund, Sweden; Lloyd Diamond has been recruited CEO of BONESUPPORT – the Swedish medical technology company with a revolutionary orthobiologic platform for treatment of osteoporotic fractures and deep bone infections. Mr. Diamond replaces Dr. Fredrik Lindberg, the co-founder and present CEO, who will remain in the company as Chief Scientific Officer. By the recruitment...
Bagneux, December 6, 2011 – DBV Technologies announces the arrival of David Schilansky – starting December 19 – as Chief Financial Officer and as such, will supervise all financial activities of the company as well as partnerships and Business Development initiatives. David will be a member of the Executive Committee.“The integration of David Schilansky to...
Cambridge, UK: Acacia Pharma, a pharmaceutical company specialising in the development of drugs for cancer supportive care, announces positive results from its Phase IIa study of APD209 in cancer cachexia. APD209 comprises a new and patent protected use for an oral combination of two currently marketed drugs and has been designed to increase appetite, muscle...
The 36-year-old cosmology researcher Martin Snoager Sloth from CERN and the University of Geneva now returns to Denmark. He has just received DKK 10 million from the Lundbeck Foundation to establish his own research group at University of Southern Denmark. Martin Sloth and his research staff will try to answer the big universal questions by...
The Lundbeck Foundation hereby invites applications for 7 Jr. Group Leader Fellowships
. Collaboration to leverage Syntaxin and Ipsen’s expertise in the discovery and development of botulinum toxins   Paris (France) and Oxford (UK), 20 October 2011 – Ipsen (Euronext: IPN, ADR: IPSEY) and Syntaxin, a biotechnology company specialising in innovative biopharmaceutical therapies targeting cell secretion pathways, announced today a global strategic collaboration to explore the discovery...
In an exciting development, an international team of researchers have, for the first time, pieced together the human genome from an Aboriginal Australian. The results, now to be published in the international journal Science, re-interpret the prehistory of our species.
Kasper Kitaj Pedersen (31) has joined the Lundbeck Foundation as Management Assistant effective as of September 1, 2011. Kasper Kitaj comes from a position as Associate Director at SEB Enskilda Corporate Finance and has 7 years investment banking experience including 5 years at SEB Enskilda in both Copenhagen and Stockholm. Kasper Kitaj Pedersen holds a...
Emil Bjerrum-Bohr, a physicist at the Niels Bohr Institute, has been awarded 10 million kroner by the Lundbeck Foundation for the establishment of his own research group, which will study the mysteries of high energy physics by building a bridge between theoretical physics and experiments currently taking place at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear...
The Swedish MedTech company BoneSupport is implementing a follow-up share issue with the Danish investment fund Lundbeckfond Ventures. Together with the share issue in June this year, the company has raised totally 170 MSEK during 2011. The company markets CERAMENT T, an injectable biologic that remodels into bone and heals fractures. The raised capital will...
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