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LEO Foundation rewards promising and talented scientists in skin research

The LEO Foundation has given its 2017 Gold and Silver Awards to two promising young scientists, Maria Kasper and Christoph Schlapbach. Both scientists have made exceptional advances within dermatology research. The LEO Foundation has awarded two exceptionally promising and talented scientists the foundation’s 2017 Gold...

Awards to promising young researchers announced

The LEO Foundation has announced its prestigious Gold and Silver awards to two exceptionally promising and talented scientists. The DKK 1 million LEO Foundation Gold Award goes to Dr. Maria Kasper and the DKK 500,000 LEO Foundation Silver Award to Dr. Christoph Schlapbach. “We are proud...

The LEO Foundation elects new Board members

The LEO Foundation, a commercial foundation and the sole owner of the global healthcare company LEO Pharma, announces changes to its Board of Trustees. Eivind Kolding and Peter Schwarz have joined the Board of Trustees, replacing Per Håkon Schmidt and Gorm Thamsborg who served 16 and...

The LEO Foundation rewards young scientists in Japan

The LEO Foundation has offered awards to two young, promising Japanese scientists for their pioneering dermatological research. The awards have been bestowed in collaboration with the Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology (JSID). The LEO Foundation has recently presented the “LEO Foundation Awards 2016 in association with...

New research center will contribute to better drugs for skin disorders

Understanding how drugs interact with skin has long been a challenge within pharmaceutical research. Now, a new center at the Department of Pharmacy, UCPH, is set to become an international lighthouse in this research area, supported by a DKK 40 million grant from the LEO...

Developing deep understanding of atopic dermatitis

A Danish-American collaboration between Gentofte Hospital in Copenhagen and Mount Sinai in New York seeks unprecedented new opportunities to improve understanding of atopic dermatitis and hand dermatitis. Ballerup, Denmark (22 September, 2016) – Atopic dermatitis (AD) and hand dermatitis are heterogeneous disease entities and there has...