EMA loses more than 100 staffers in move to Amsterdam
Following its Brexit-related departure from London, the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) staff has been reduced from 897 staffers to 775, EMA said Friday in an update from a board meeting in its new home in Amsterdam.
Although an October EMA management board update said the agency’s staff numbers were down to 730, the uptick comes as a 2017 report said that UK experts made up 15% of the EMA’s expert base and conducted about 20% of its scientific work.
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