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Leo Foundation donates millions to new drug center

The University of Copenhagen has received DKK 40 million from the Leo Foundation to establish a new center at its Department of Pharmacy, with the aim of becoming “an international lighthouse” in research into how drugs interact with skin.

The Leo Foundation Center for Cutaneous Drug Delivery will be the name of a new research center at the Department of Pharmacy at the University of Copenhagen. The work carried out there should lead to a better understanding how drugs interact with skin.

The university says in a press release that the Leo Foundation, which formally owns Danish dermatology group Leo Pharma, has donated DKK 40 million to get the new center up and running. The Director of the center will be Martin Malmsten, who was formerly Head of Research at Uppsala University.

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