Future uncertain for Orphazyme CEO as firm sold

Although the plan is that the majority of Orphazyme’s 20 remaining employees will now work for the new owner, US-based Kempharm, it is not yet clear whether CEO Anders Vadsholt will join them, he tells MedWatch.

Anders Vadsholt, CEO, Orphazyme | Photo: Orphazyme / PR

Since the start of March, CEO Anders Vadsholt has guided listed biotech company Orphazyme through choppy waters, but it is far from certain that he will make the voyage across the Atlantic to join the firm’s new owners, Kempharm.

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