BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Erik Nerpin, Chairman of the Board, was born in 1961. Bachelor of Laws, Uppsala University. LL.M. in International Banking Law at Boston University. Nerpin is a lawyer and owner of the Nerpin law firm. Nerpin’s activities as a lawyer are focused on stock exchange law, corporate law, and corporate governance. Other assignments include Chairman of Diamyd Medical AB and Blasieholmen Investment Group AB and Board member of Niccocino Holding and Effnetplattformen AB.
Shareholding: 109,100 shares
Håkan Mellstedt was born in 1942. Professor of oncological biotherapy at the Karolinska Institute since 1999. He is a Doctor of Medicine from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. Honorary Chairman of the Board of Directors and member of Kancera’s industrial council. Mellstedt has specialized expertise in general internal medicine, hematology and general oncology. In 1999–2010, he was head of the Cancer Centre Karolinska at the Karolinska University Hospital.
Shareholding: 201,760 shares
Charlotte Edenius (MD, PhD) has over 20 years of experience from leading positions in the pharmaceutical industry including Executive Vice President, R & D, Medivir, Senior Vice President and Head of Research, Orexo, Vice President and Head of Research, Biolipox, and various positions within AstraZeneca clinical R & D operations. Her experience ranges from small start-up biotech companies to global pharmaceutical companies and through all phases of drug development. Charlotte also has experience as a board member of both listed and unlisted companies. Other assignments include board member of SynAct Pharma AB and Immunicum AB.
Shareholding: 2,396 shares
Carl-Henrik Heldin was born in 1952. Professor Heldin was between 1986-2017 the head of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in Uppsala, and has been Professor of Molecular Cell Biology at Uppsala University since 1992. He is chairman of the boards of the Nobel Foundation (since 2013), the Science for Life Laboratory (since 2013) and the European Molecular Biology Organization (since 2016). He has a solid reputation and extensive network from assignments as advisor to several academic institutions. Professor Heldin was also Vice President of the European Research Council until 2014. He has over 420 published scientific and 210 review articles and has been awarded several prestigious research awards in Sweden, France, Germany and the United States.
Shareholding: 46,264 shares
Thomas Olin was born in 1958 and is the CEO. Ph.D. in physiology and M.Sc. in biology, chemistry and geosciences. Olin has more than 20 years’ experience of both scientific and business management from biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. He was part of the management group that led the hiving off of Biovitrum from Pharmacia and was later part of the research and business development management at Biovitrum. Olin was responsible for the hiving off of iNovacia from Biovitrum in 2006. He also has extensive experience of the licensing of pharmaceutical development projects. Other assignments include board member of Blasieholmen Investment Group Seed AB (publ)
Shareholding: 219,007 shares
Board Member since May 26 2021
Petter Brodin, MD, PhD, MD / PhD, is a professor and specialist with a focus on pediatric immunology at Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital in Solna. He leads a laboratory that develops and applies new experimental methods and computational models to describe immune system variations and its role in health and disease.
After completing his medical studies and doctorate at Karolinska Institutet, Petter Brodin joined Mark M Davis’ laboratory at HHMI, Stanford University School of Medicine, as a postdoctoral fellow to investigate hereditary and non-hereditary causes of variations in the immune system of twins. He then returned to Sweden to set up a national resource at the Science for Life Laboratory for a new analytical technique, so-called mass cytometry, which is used to study several proteins in individual cells. He has also established his own research program, which applies systems-immunological methods to study the development of the immune system early in life.
He was elected as a board member at the Annual General Meeting on May 26, 2021. Independent in relation to the company and major owners.
Shareholding: 0 shares
Anders Gabrielsen, MD, PhD, is a clinical specialist-physician in cardiology and inpatient medicine from Karolinska University Hospital, has attended the University of Copenhagen and researched at Karolinska Institutet in the field of translational and molecular cardiovascular research. In parallel with his associate professor of cardiology at Karolinska Institutet, Anders Gabrielsen has worked internationally with drug development and medical positioning of pharmaceuticals in the market, including within Bayer as a medical adviser and global specialist in Medical Affairs. Anders Gabrielsen has been working for Novartis since 2016 as Director of the Global Medical Affairs Unit for Cardiomedical Drugs with a special responsibility for the CANTOS study. Since May 2018 is Anders Senior Director Physician at AstraZeneca at the IMED – Early Clinical Development – Translational Medicine Unit in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Shareholding: 0 shares