Lundbeck receives grant from Michael J. Fox Foundation in hunt for Parkinson's test

A research grant totaling DKK 2.6m (USD 395,541) from The Michael J. Fox Foundation as well as expertise from the Technical University of Denmark will help Lundbeck take the next step toward developing a Parkinson’s disease test.
Johan Luthman, head of R&D at Lundbeck | Photo: PR / Lundbeck
Johan Luthman, head of R&D at Lundbeck | Photo: PR / Lundbeck
by ANDREAS LØNSTRUP, translated by daniel pedersen

With a grant of DKK 2.6m (USD 395,541) from the Michael J. Fox Foundation, Lundbeck is ready to take the development of the world’s first test for Parkinson’s disease to the next level, the company informs MedWatch in an email.

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