Leo Pharma sells app firm

Omhu, a spinout from Leo Innovation Lab that has developed a dermatology app to monitor skin diseases, has been sold off to US-based Medable.

Christian Sejersen, now former CEO of Omhu and new site lead for Medable Compenhagen | Photo: Mathilde Gilling / Leo Innovation Lab / PR

One year ago, Omhu, a company which develops telemedical apps, was ready to spread its wings and was therefore spun out of Leo Innovation Lab.

Omhu had barely had the chance to leave the nest, though, before it was taken under someone else’s wing. Leo Pharma has just sold the company to US-based Medable, a press release from the latter firm announces.

In the statement, Medable highlights that Omhu’s origins at the Leo Innovation Lab as a valuable mark of quality.

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