Coping With Fraud
Broad, William J.
Science. 1982 Jan 29; 215(4532): 479.
The tardiness of actions by Harvard officials when faced with confessed fraudulent research conducted by John Darsee is contrasted with the more rapid responses by authorities in the cases of William T. Summerlin (Sloan-Kettering) and Vijay Soman (Yale).
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Culliton, Barbara J. (1983-04-01)Culliton reviews major developments in the John Darsee fraud case at Harvard Medical School, from the first known act of fraud to recent evidence that implicates Darsee's earlier work at Emory University and Notre Dame. ...