Lundbeck Foundation’s magazine out now: Denmark aims to be a leading brain research nation

Financially, 2016 was a good year for the Lundbeck Foundation. According to the annual report, our profits grew to DKK 2.5 billion, net worth increased to DKK 61 billion and we awarded grants totalling almost half a billion Danish kroner to biomedical sciences research.

But what were the stories behind the figures? Who did we fund? And why does the brain, in particular, mean so much to us?

Our new magazine is hot off the press and is full of information about the talented scientists and ground-breaking projects that have benefited from our money over the past year. There are articles on topics such as the correlation between the gut and the psyche, the potential for treating concentration difficulties and diagnosis of chronic pain.

And we explain why we believe Denmark belongs among the elite of brain research nations.

Click to read the electronic version of our magazine.

If you would like a printed version of the magazine, please send an email to ptj@lundbeckfonden.com.


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