Carbiotix is an award-winning personalized nutrition company focused on consumer gut health solutions and microbiome therapeutics.
Carbiotix was founded in 2014 as a spin-off company from the Department of Biotechnology at Lund University, Sweden, the largest university in the Nordic Region and a global top 100 university. The company’s soluble fiber ingredient AXOS was selected as a top new ingredient by the Nutrition Capital Network (NCN) in Europe and the US in 2015. In 2016, an Irish-based company called Pure Fiber Limited was formed to commercialize the AXOS technology. In 2017, Carbiotix shifted focus to consumer gut health solutions using affordable microbiome testing, and in early 2018 launched its LoveGut and PersonalGut services. In late 2018, the company began to leverage its consumer platform to ramp up therapeutics development activities in line with its long-term strategy.
Kristofer Cook M.Sc., M.B.A. (CEO)
Peter Falck Ph.D. (CTO)
Martin Erlandsson (CIO)
Peter Falck Ph.D. (Chair)
Peter received his doctorate in biotechnology from Lund University. Over the past 7 years, his research and development activities have been focused on novel, cost effective prebiotic fibers and understanding their role in the human microbiome. Peter is currently CTO of Carbiotix.
Kristofer Cook M.Sc., M.B.A. (Director)
Kristofer received his master’s degree from Lund University and M.B.A. from Solvay Business School. Over the past 10 years, he co-founded four biotechnology spin-off companies in the areas of renewable energy, green chemistry, bio-plastics and food ingredients. Kristofer is currently CEO of Carbiotix.
Eric Sievers Ph.D., J.D. (Director)
Eric received his doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his J.D. from Yale Law School in the United States. He has been involved in the structuring and financing of more than 5 billion liters of biofuel production capacity, as well as several gigawatts of renewable power. Currently, he is the Director- Investments of Ethanol Europe Renewables Limited, a green investment vehicle whose flagship project is Pannonia Ethanol, Europe’s largest and newest bioethanol production facility.