Chair of EFSA's Management Board Resigns

The European Food Safety Administration (EFSA) has announced that Diána Bánáti has resigned from her post on the management board, of which she was chair. Bánáti took a position at the Institute of Life Sciences (ILSI), a move that was incompatible with EFSA's code of conduct. She was first appointed to a four-year term in 2006 and was reappointed and then elected chair in 2010. She announced her resignation on May 8. A vice chair of the board will be appointed to carry out the remainder of her four-year term.

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