WHO Executive, Regulatory Agency Veteran Emer Cooke Nominated To Lead EMA
European Medicines Agency has made a choice of a nominee to be its next executive director.
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Emer Cooke seems set to take over as head of the European Medicines Agency – one of the world's most powerful regulatory bodies – before the end of the year. We report on the reaction of a range of pharmaceutical sector stakeholders to her nomination.
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