Bengt Ågerup, the innovator and entrepreneur behind Q-Med takes place in ModPro’s board of directors and becomes a new partner in the exciting Uppsala company. ModPro is an expansive UIC-company developing a new type of chemically produced protein binders, mainly for drug development and diagnostic tests.
- We are delighted to attract Bengt Ågerup to our company and have him take place in our board. We are currently working hard to establish the company internationally and we see it as a strong endorsement of the potential and quality of the company that Bengt Ågerup chooses to invest in ModPro at this time. We are confident that his business expertise and extensive experience from the biotech industry will be an important asset to our board. Bengt Ågerup knows us well and sees the potential of the company. Q-Med has been one of ModPro’s largest customers for years, says Lars Baltzer, founder and CEO of ModPro.
- It will be inspiring to follow ModPro and their exciting technology. Their business strategy is well synchronized with the rapidly growing flow of products worldwide based on an increased understanding of the role of proteins in the living cell, says Bengt Ågerup.
ModPro has developed a unique binder technology for proteins, with applications in drug development, in-vitro diagnostics, medical imaging and industrial purification of proteins. Most important, ModPro develops a unique portfolio of pharmaceutical molecules based on the company’s proprietary binding technology.
For more information:
Per Bengtsson, CEO of UIC, +46 18 477 04 41, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.uic.se
Lars Baltzer, Managing Director ModPro +46 706 48 25 95, email@example.com, www.modpro.se
ModPro is an expansive UIC-company developing a new type of chemically produced protein binder. The technology is applied in four different business areas: drug development, in-vitro diagnostics, medical imaging and industrial purification of proteins.
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