The Science of Certainty

Gubra enables you to progress your preclinical development for metabolic disorders with more certainty than any other research partner. We offer highly specialized services within five main disease areas.

NASH

Benefit from our extensive know-how in NASH and test your compound in our validated DIO NASH mouse models.

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Kidney (CKD)

 

Check out our novel rodent models of diabetic nephropathy.

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Heart (CVD)

 

Check out our novel rodent models of cardiovascular disease.

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Diabetes

Qualify and advance your assessment of novel compounds to treat type 2 diabetes and diabetic complications.

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Obesity

Tap into our vast scientific experience with diet-induced obesity (DIO) models and other commercially available models.

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Gubra response measures to corona virus/covid-19

During the global coronavirus outbreak, Gubra’s key priority is to help the authorities in limiting spread of disease and protect our employees and their families, while at the same time safeguard a continued supply of research services to our partners and customers. The situation is continually evolving, but currently we are not experiencing any constraints and our study activities are running according to plans.

We have worked out detailed contingency plans for situations like this including inventory and staffing policy/plans that serves to maintain a continuity in deliveries.

Blockbuster webinars

Webinar: Lost in translation – how to improve the translatability of rodent models of diabetic kidney disease

Senior scientist Mette Viberg Østergaard introduces to the challenges of using current rodent models of diabetic kidney disease in drug discovery and development. Mette then presents an example of how translatability may be improved in a model of diabetic kidney disease in the setting of type 2 diabetes and hypertension.

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Release time and duration: November 2020, 23 minutes

Webinar: Imaging diabetes using light sheet microscopy

In this webinar, principal scientist and biologist Jacob Hecksher-Sørensen talks about how to label the beta cells and image the whole pancreas, how to quantify the beta cell volume in mouse models of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, and lastly, Jacob takes us down new avenues imaging the nerves and vasculature.

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Release time and duration: October 2020, 17 minutes

Upcoming Events

December 3 ‘Coexisting with the Microbiome – lessons and future trends’. A webinar with, among others, research scientist and industrial Phd student at Gubra Mette Simone Madsen on new trends and challenges in the microbiome field.
January 28-29 Meet up with Gubra co-founder Niels Vrang at the Danish Diabetes Academy event ‘Drug development – What is hot and not?’ an introduction to drug development in metabolic diseases from an academia and life science industry perspective
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News

+ 29 June 2020 At Gubra, we have accomplished a robust investment solution for all our employees by intentionally opting for a sustainable pension scheme (AP Bæredygtig). Read more
+ 26 May 2020 In the company’s first CSR Report for 2019, Gubra sets a new standard for simple and comparable CSR reporting. Read more
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Neurodegenerative diseases
– a customized service

With a strong academic background in neuroscience and neurostereology we have conducted several preclinical studies of neurodegenerative diseases, including Parkinson and Alzheimers Disease.

Do you want to be part of a great team aiming high? Join us.

Our ambition is that Gubra is a place where talented people are empowered to put their competencies and passion into play every day. We work as a team to make a difference for people with serious metabolic diseases.