Education and awareness grants – to strengthen the pipeline of future researchers

Our education and awareness grants are given to support activities in Denmark that strengthen the pipeline of future researchers within the fields of medicine, chemistry and pharmacy, and raise awareness about skin and skin diseases.

The LEO Foundation will issue specific invitations for applications for these grants.

Get inspired from projects granted

Bloom is celebrating the nature of nature

Bloom is Denmark’s innovative festival that helps us reflect on nature, science, and ourselves. Since the first Bloom festival in 2015, the audience has been inspired by researchers, scientists and the sharpest brains, who, based on scientific research, fuel knowledge about our world, the evolution of the human body, how it changes and is healed.

The LEO Foundation has granted DKK 1m to Bloom 2020/2021.

Big Bang science conference

Talented and dedicated science teachers are crucial in ensuring that children’s and youngsters’ experience with science leaves them with the impression that the subject is both relevant and fun. That is why we are very happy to support the Big Bang Conference – in line with our desire to strengthen the food chain of researchers who are interested in natural science.

Please contact the grant team for further information

Ida Brams

Chief Grant Officer

Ida is responsible for the LEO Foundation’s grants and awards and for the Foundation’s grant strategy.

Ida’s background includes both R&D, project management and strategy work at LEO Pharma. Before joining LEO Pharma, Ida worked at the Carlsberg Laboratory.

Ida holds an MSc in chemical engineering and a PhD in organic chemistry, both from the Technical University of Denmark.

Joined the Foundation in 2017.

+45 25 66 40 67
ida.brams@leo-foundation.org
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Lars Kruse

Scientific Officer

Lars is responsible for coordinating the Foundation’s grants and handles scientific and administrative matters relating to the Foundation’s donations. He also works on further developing the philanthropic area.

Lars has a scientific background having worked in academic research for 16 years on projects ranging from molecular mechanisms in migraine over COPD to sleep disorders and osteoporosis.

Lars holds an MSc in human biology and a PhD in neuroscience, both from University of Copenhagen.

Joined the Foundation in 2017.

+45 30 46 42 91
lars.kruse@leo-foundation.org
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