Lundbeck's head of R&D to join board of e-health firm Brain+

The publicly listed firm in Denmark has lured Johan Luthman to the board table, which following an expansion will seat five members instead of three.

Kim Baden-Kristensen, founder and CEO of Brain+ | Photo: Brain+ / PR

Danish e-health firm Brain+ will strengthen its board markedly by electing three life science profiles, one of which is none other than Johan Luthman, Lundbeck’s head of research and development, to the company’s board of directors at an upcoming extraordinary general meeting on Sept. 2, according to a press release.

Three new appointees will join the company’s two existing board members, while Jonas Nielsen, co-founder of healthcare firm Practio, gives up his seat to make room for the new additions.

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