Deeper Problems for Darsee: Emory Probe
Knox, Richard A.
JAMA. 1983 Jun 3; 249(21): 2867, 2871-2873, 2876.
Knox describes in detail John Darsee's misconduct at Emory University. Darsee, who was caught falsifying data at a Harvard Medical School laboratory in 1981, did postgraduate training at Emory's School of Medicine. An internal review committee has invalidated most of the research Darsee did at Emory, including many publications that listed medical faculty as co-authors. The Darsee investigation has raised questions about Emory's procedures for supervising trainees and reviewing research results before publication. A panel of external evaluators has made recommendations that would improve current systems of accountability. (KIE abstract)
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Culliton, Barbara J. (1983-05-27)An investigation at Emory University of John Darsee's research there, before he was appointed a fellow at the Harvard Medical School, has revealed fabrication of data, unauthorized use of co-authors' names, and ...