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Funded Studies

Thomas N. Sager, PhD

Prinicipal Scientist, In vivo Neurobiology; Section of Neurodegeneration at H. Lundbeck A/S

Location: Valby Denmark

Dr. Thomas Sager received his MSc degree from the University of Copenhagen, where he also received his PhD in neuroscience. Dr. Sager has worked for several years in the pharmaceutical industry with particular focus on CNS disorders. Since 1999, Dr. Sager has been working at H. Lundbeck where he is Principal Scientist. Dr. Sager´s research interests are focused on in vivo neuropharmacology ranging from early target identification studies to late stage pre-clinical pharmacological evaluation of emerging therapeutic targets, primarily within Parkinson's disease.


Associated Grants

  • Hif Prolyl Hydroxylase Inhibitors: New Treatment Potential against Parkinson's Disease

    2008


  • GPR88, a new PD target involved in the modulation of basal ganglia circuitry

    2008


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