I have a saying I like to use which is, “we need every brain in the game.” What I mean by this is that we need diversity of thought and perspectives across everything that we do, because in the end that is what will make Lundbeck a better company and make us even more relevant for our patients.
Knowing the brain and advocating for brain health is at the very heart of Lundbeck’s purpose. We have a long heritage of working to understand the brain and discovering medicines that make a difference to the quality of life for the people we treat.
At Lundbeck, we have a strong heritage within neuroscience, and we already have a solid track record of delivering innovative treatments to people living with brain diseases. Our R&D mindset is based on a concept of “drug hunger,” which compels us to stay at the forefront of innovation and progress a strong portfolio of industry-leading medicines.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint for achieving a better and more sustainable future for all. Addressing the world's global challenges is a shared responsibility. Together with our partners, we focus our efforts where we can make the most significant impact.
2020 marked the beginning of a period of uncertainty as the world coped with a global pandemic. At Lundbeck, our priority has been to safeguard the research, production and distribution of our medicines for the people that need it most and to protect our employees.
Jaime Sanders is tired - weary, yes, but also resolute. She has lived with debilitating migraine since she was a young girl. As a Black woman in the United States, she faces the additional burden of navigating her migraine journey amidst racial disparities.
Lundbeck has always had diversity as part of its DNA. Since our very beginnings, a diverse set of people, products and partners have come together to make progress for the patients we serve.