About us

ProPrems® is provided by Neobiomics a budding Swedish startup founded in 2016 by Stefan Johansson and Philipp Novak, dedicated to bringing innovative ideas to life.

Neobiomics is an alumni member of the Innovation Incubator at Karolinska Institutet Innovations AB in Stockholm, Sweden.

Our Core Values

Innovation. Our creativity leads the way to innovative projects.

Knowledge. Our projects are based on knowledge.

Transparency. Transparency is a cornerstone for building trust.

Long-term perspective. We build products, collaborations and relations with a long-term perspective.


Sustainability. We strive to minimize our impact on the environment. We work through digital channels rather than by travelling and try to make our product supply chains as energy-efficient as possible.


Stefan Johansson, CEO Consultant Neonatologist and Associate Professor. Founder of 99nicu and EBNEO.

Philipp Novak, COO Serial entrepreneur with more than 14 years of industry experience in R&D and Innovation.

Vera Westin, Customer Support Manager Dietitian with 20+ years experience. Holds a PhD in nutritional intake in preterm infants at Karolinska Institutet.

Natasha Olsson, Marketing Manager BSc in business and economics, Stockholm School of Economics, with healthcare policy research and marketing know-how.

Frank Alkenbrecher, European Sales Manager 28 years experience in life science, with leading marketing and sales positions in large international companies.


Caroline Boström, Sales manager UK. located in London, hold an MSc in Biomedical Physics and BSc in Biomedical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

Vesa Loponen, Sales Consultant Finland Four decades in marketing, sales and general management in national and international life-science companies.


Sneha Challapilli, Marketing and Sales Analyst. BSc in Biotechnology and MSc in Bioentrepreneurship from Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm.

Dora Marko, Business Analyst. BSc in Corporate Finance and pursues MSc in Accounting and Management Control at Stockholm University.