The first effects of the arrival of the European Medicines Agency EMA are already being felt.
The EMA effect is also good news for scientific research. Director Bart Klijsen of IXA VU-VUmc says, “In order to bring research to society, cooperation and participation with companies is indispensable. This requires a mature ecosystem. That is why the arrival of EMA is positive for the Netherlands and for the region. Although not all contacts are directly related to EMA, there is a lot more interest from the medical industry in Amsterdam.”
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