Stoller Sets Agenda As Medicines For Europe’s President
Christoph Stoller, Teva’s general manager for Germany and Austria, has just been announced as president of European off-patent industry association Medicines for Europe with a two-year mandate. In an exclusive interview, he sets out the organization’s immediate priorities.
You may also be interested in...
Sandoz’s Rebecca Guntern has been named as interim president of Medicines for Europe for a three-month term, after Teva’s Christoph Stoller stepped down at the end of his two-year tenure.
European procurement models that focus solely on the lowest-cost generics are jeopardizing efforts to strengthen the supply chain and secure investments in local manufacturing, says Christoph Stoller, president of Medicines for Europe.
At a Medicines for Europe webinar on learning lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic, a clear consensus emerged that a continued co-ordination between industry, regulators and the European Commission was key to both effectively address the current crisis and ensure a greater level of preparedness for similar challenges in future.