We delivered the first advanced biologic for atopic dermatitis. Now we’re following the science to get inflammation under control and restore immune balance in many other diseases.
Amit, Asthma, Israel
Amit, Asthma, Israel
Our families, friends, and neighbors who are affected by chronic inflammatory diseases are depending on us to transform their lives. We won’t settle until we do.
Brian Foard

Brian Foard

Global Head of Immunology, Specialty Care

Did You Know


Healthy type 2 immunity helps protect against parasites, while type 1 immunity helps defend against bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms. (1)


Type 2 inflammation can go into overdrive. Our flagship medicine is approved to treat five different diseases caused by this.


We’re running clinical trials of 13 different therapies for inflammatory conditions.
Elizabeth, atopic dermatitis, US
Elizabeth, atopic dermatitis, US

A Pioneer in Type 2 Inflammation

In less than a decade, we changed the lives of many people with atopic dermatitis. Then we asked, "Can we take this science further?"

We did. We helped people living in fear of their next asthma attack, and those suffering from chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis. We’re still going, unlocking potential treatments for people with dermatologic, respiratory, and gastrointestinal diseases.

Jeff, asthma, Canada
Jeff, asthma, Canada

Restoring Immune Balance

We’re exploring immune disorders beyond type 2 inflammation using our precision immunology approach.

Our teams are helping rebalance the immune system using new technologies to tackle diseases like adult rheumatoid arthritis, polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis, and systemic juvenile arthritis.

Inspired by Patients

Taking Down Type 2 Inflammation

What do atopic dermatitis, asthma, and many other conditions have in common?

The Next Breath

Naimish Patel shares his perspectives on asthma research

Improving Quality of Care in Atopic Dermatitis

What we learned from the 2020 report
Miwako, atopic dermatitis, Japan
Miwako, atopic dermatitis, Japan

What’s Next in Immunology?

Where will we go next? We'll push the science of immunology further and continue learning from our friends and neighbors who know their diseases better than anyone.

They’re counting on us. That’s why we will never settle.

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Immunology R&D

Clinical Trials & Results


  1. Gieseck RL 3rd, Wilson MS, Wynn TA (2018) Type 2 immunity in tissue repair and fibrosis. Nat Rev Immunol 18:62-76; DOI: 10.1038/nri.2017.90


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