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Peter Dahl
This is Peter Dahl
Peter works as a Data Analytics Specialist with Advanced Analytics Solutions, Denmark.

Peter works as a Data Analytics Specialist at LEO Pharma’s headquarters in Ballerup, Denmark.


My name is Peter Dahl, and I believe that my career journey reflects the opportunities for growth and flexibility that LEO Pharma offers its employees. When I joined LEO Pharma in November 2019, I started in Global Clinical Development, focusing on our company’s clinical development programs.


After three years, I was eager for new challenges and decided for a career shift. This led me to Global IT Advanced Analytics Solutions, where I initially worked on a twice-a-week basis as part of a job rotation. Eventually, I moved into a full-time role as an Analytics Specialist. Since then, I have been actively involved in developing the necessary applications and tools for various R&D areas, enabling them to work more efficiently through data-driven decisions.


As part of IT Advanced Analytics Solutions, my role involves understanding the needs and challenges of stakeholders in different departments, and effectively communicating those requirements to our developers. This collaboration enables us to devise innovative tools and solutions to overcome these challenges and ensure smooth operations within LEO Pharma.


Since joining LEO back in 2019, it has been thrilling, challenging and rewarding journey. The transformation within the company has empowered us all to influence the way we work, and constantly work to improve the tools and structures that support our work. Innovation stands at the heart of what we do, whether it’s implementing small tools or databases or exploring advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning. We are dedicated to finding smarter and more efficient ways of conducting medical science.


If I could invite any life science pioneer for dinner, I would choose Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis (1818-1865). He was a physician at the Vienna General Hospital in the 1840s who made a groundbreaking discovery. By making hand disinfection mandatory among obstetricians, he significantly reduced the incidence of postpartum infections and mortality rates of new mothers. His work had a profound impact on the field of medicine and patient care.

By making sure that our processes deploy data-driven decisions and techniques, we give ourselves better odds of achieving something truly innovative
Peter Dahl
Data Analytics Specialist
Advanced Analytics Solutions, Denmark