Extended funding for RIBBDD
The Lundbeck Foundation awards further DKK 20 million to the Research Initiative on Brain Barriers and Drug Delivery for the continued development of new strategies to deliver large drug molecules to the diseased brain.
The grant is given for the group to continue their work on new strategies to take large molecules from the blood into the brain. The first grant of DKK 40 million was installed in 2014 and the group has reported promising results already after two years of work, which has lead The Lundbeck Foundation to grant the new funding.
More information can be found on the Lundbeck Foundation homepage:
Forskere får 20 mio. kr. til at smugle medicin forbi hjernens grænsekontrol
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