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The LEO Science & Tech Hub is a R&D innovation unit of LEO Pharma. We explore cutting-edge science and technology opportunities with relevance to dermatology. By partnering with public and private institutions in the world’s leading life science cluster in Boston, we act as a catalyst to transform early-stage innovations and technologies into solutions that will improve the quality of life for people with skin diseases. LEO Science & Tech Hub was officially inaugurated in September 2016.
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Precision Medicine in Dermatology.

Precision medicine aims at identifying the most suitable treatment for each individual patient.

In order to achieve this we will require a much deeper understanding about the different factors that contribute to the course of disease between patients with the same disease such as:

Environmental. Genetic. Molecular. Environmental. Genetic. Molecular.

Our current research projects aim at developing technologies that should enable us to adress these questions, resulting in solutions that can one day support treatment decisions.

News from the hub

Sep. 2017 14 Are you at EADV? Come see us at booth 599

The LEO Science & Tech Hub is present at the EADV congress in Geneva. Please come and see our innovation booth where you will gain insights about the innovation ecosystem at LEO Pharma. We are there from 14th -16th September.

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Aug. 2017 23 LEO Science & Tech Hub Announces Collaborations with MGH Wellman Center for Photomedicine to Explore Imaging Technology and Develop Microbiopsy Device

The Hub today announced two collaborative projects with The Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The Hub will provide research funding to support development of novel imaging technology with the laboratory led by Conor L. Evans, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, and a disposable microbiopsy device with Walfre Franco, Ph.D., Instructor, and Adam Raff, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Associate from R. Rox Anderson’s Lab.

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We want to engage with partners that have unique innovative skills to generate solutions that will improve the quality of life of patients with skin disease.

Tel. +1 201 396 1645
michael.sierra@leo-scitech.com
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