Anders Lönnberg has been named the Swedish government’s national coordinator for life science.
In his new position, scheduled to last eight months, Lönnberg will support the government’s life science work, including overseeing a group of experts from various areas of the life science sector. He also will address issues raised by the National Innovation Council, which had its first meeting in February and cited life science as a priority.
Lönnberg is well-acquainted with government work; he is employed by the Ministry of Education. He also has been a member of the Stockholm County Council and is chairman of the Greater Stockholm Diabetes Association.
Source: Life Science Sweden