Report Absolves Harvard in Case of Fakery
Broad, William J.
Science. 1982 Feb 12; 215(4534): 874-876.
A committee composed of Harvard faculty members and the deans of the Johns Hopkins, New York University, and Tufts University medical schools has decided that Harvard Medical School officials acted reasonably in allowing John Darsee to perform research for six months after he confessed to fabrication of research data. Although the committee found justification for Harvard's slowness in notifying the National Institutes of Health that Darsee was working on a federal study, an NIH spokesman has faulted Harvard on national television for its delay in reporting the problem. Excerpts from the committee's report, and its suggestions for preventing dishonesty in scientific research, are included here. (KIE abstract)
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