Harvard Delays in Reporting Fraud
Broad, William J.
Science. 1982 Jan 29; 215(4532): 478-482.
A detailed account of the John Darsee fraud case at the Harvard Medical School is presented, describing the nature of Darsee's work at Harvard and his relationships with colleagues and mentors both before and after his confession to fabrication of data. University authorities took little action against Darsee during the six months before NIH questioning of discrepancies in one of Darsee's studies led to public disclosure. Committees at Harvard and NIH will investigate. (KIE abstract)
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