Brexit Transfers Nearly Complete But EMA Staff & Resource Pressures Remain
Practically all centralized marketing authorizations held in the UK have now been moved to the EU, but Brexit and the European Medicines Agency’s relocation to Amsterdam are still causing the EMA some staffing and resource headaches.
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Higher than expected staff losses due to the relocation to Amsterdam are posing challenges for the European Medicines Agency as it prepares to implement new EU legislation, and it is having to further prioritize its business activities. But the agency's planned move to a permanent HQ in the Dutch capital is still on track.
Of the 60 or so applications the European Medicine Agency has received from drug companies hoping for more time to move their batch testing sites from the UK to the EU, about 50 have been successful.