New devices chief at EU commission as prospect of trialogue gets closer
This article was originally published in Clinica
After nearly 10 years, Sabine Lecrenier has left her role as head of the European Commission unit responsible for medical devices and IVDs, as well as cosmetics, and moved to a non-healthcare-related directorate.
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