Bactolife appoints Sebastian Søderberg new CEO

Copenhagen, 4 January 2023: Bactolife announced today that Sebastian Søderberg has been appointed new CEO of the Bactolife as part of a planned succession. Sebastian is an experienced leader and entrepreneur within bio-industrial business and innovation. He will succeed Co-founder Mads Laustsen, who assumes the role as Strategic Advisor to Bactolife. In addition to the CEO […]

Bactolife™ receives a grant for the further development of Binding Proteins™

Bactolife’s Binding Proteins™ reduce the risk of gastrointestinal infections and can benefit people – especially mothers and children – around the world. We are thrilled to continue our journey with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, that has now committed a grant of USDm 2 towards the development of this novel solution. Children’s diarrhea is […]

Lorraine Allen joins Bactolife™ as Commercial Advisor

We are very happy to announce that Lorraine Allen is joining Bactolife as Commercial Advisor. Lorraine has 20+ years’ experience in innovation & brand creation, product launches across multiple markets, brand growth, and business expansion. She worked in the UK market for 10 years with Nestlé in commercial retail, marketing and innovation roles and managed […]

Thomas Schäfer joins Bactolife™ as Scientific Advisor

We are proud to announce that Thomas Schäfer is joining Bactolife™ as Scientific Advisor. Thomas holds a PhD in Microbiology, Physiology and Biochemistry, and has a rich background within biotech innovation, microbial discovery and development, and leadership from his roles in Novozymes and Chr. Hansen. Latest he served as CSO at Chr. Hansen before stepping […]

Eat your intestines strong

Simple supplement to reduce the risk of gastrointestinal infections from coli bacteria. In addition to saving people from unpleasant experiences, supplements can be used in the fight against diarrhea, which is globally one of the most common causes of infant death. The Innovation Fund invests DKK 11 million in the ColiShield™

Bactolife Featured in Danish Radio

Bactolife™ was recently featured in Danish radio when Sandra Wingaard Thrane, Co-founder, and CSO, appeared on the show Kraniebrud, a show on Radio 4. The show explored different novel approaches in the fight against rising Antibiotic Resistance, and featured expert speakers elaborating on different approaches. Here, Sandra Wingaard Thrane talked about the Bactolife™project, Ablacto+. The interview […]

Bactolife establishes Scientific Advisory Board

Bactolife™ has established collaboration with Professor in Molecular and Clinical Medicine, University of Gothenburg, Fredrik Bäckhed, and Professor in Bacterial Eco-physiology and Biotechnology, Technical University of Denmark, Lone Gram, in order to establish a Scientific Advisory Board. The Board will be headed by Bactolife co-founder and Associate Professor Andreas Hougaard Laustsen. The Board will advise Bactolife™ […]

Bactolife hires new talent for R&D acceleration and business development

Exciting new Face in BactolifeTM team: Sebastian Søderberg joins as the new combined chief commercial and financial officer Bactolife™ has succeeded in attracting grants for continued acceleration of activities, and new people are therefore added to the team in order to drive continued growth both commercially and in R&D. Sebastian Søderberg joins Bactolife™ from Novozymes, where he […]