EMA Gets Keys To New HQ And Restarts Some Stalled Activities
A Recruitment Drive Is Ongoing To Replace Staff Who Can’t Relocate
The European Medicines Agency has taken possession of its new HQ in Amsterdam and has hired 77 new staff members to make up for the severe staff losses it has witnessed on account of Brexit.
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