EMA to Shake Up Staff in 2013
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is planning a significant reorganization in the early months of next year to prepare for policy challenges, including implementing the new falsified medicines legislation.
The reorganization will shift a number of agency staffers from their current roles and will restrict EMA staff from attending events outside the agency until spring 2013 unless they attend via video or teleconference.
EMA Executive Director Guido Rasi said the shift in staff and operations will help prepare for future policy and legislative challenges. In January, new falsified medicines legislation will take effect and later the EMA will consult with stakeholders on a new policy to release clinical trial data. The release of clinical trial data is expected to begin in early 2014.
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