Data Falsification: NIH Decrees Ten-Year Ban on Research Grants
Nature. 1983 Feb 24; 301(5902): 645.
An NIH-appointed investigatory panel has found a pattern of data fabrication in John Darsee's biomedical research at Harvard Medical School's Cardiac Research Laboratory and has recommended that Darsee be denied federal research funds for the next ten years. Holding Harvard indirectly responsible for lax supervision, NIH is seeking repayment of federal funds used for Darsee's work and government inspection of the laboratory's new supervisory procedures. Recent evidence from Emory University, Darsee's previous employer, has cast suspicion on his work there, as well. (KIE abstract)
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