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EMA releases more details on advisors

The European Medicines Agency is compiling a database of curricula vitae from scientists involved in the authorisation of medicines, as part of steps to improve the transparency of its regulatory processes.

The CVs will be available under the agency’s list of experts, says the EMA. The list covers around 3,600 individuals involved in scientific decision-making processes on human and animal medicines.

Around 700 documents have been added to the database so far, with the remaining CVs to be posted over the coming months. Scientists have been given the deadline of 9 December to submit their details, says the agency.

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