Of Whistleblowers, Investigators, and Judges
Ernhart, Claire B.
Ethics and Behavior. 1993; 3(2): 199-206.
Conclusion: Deliberate misrepresentation continues. Needleman attacks the whistleblowers, the NIH, and his own University to deflect attention from the indications of misconduct in his research. Federal agencies base policies on his research and on his assertions regarding the purported effects of low-level lead exposure on children. The policies divert resources and attention from the real needs of children. Misconduct issues will ultimately be resolved by the ORI and the courts. Public policy issues may require reconsideration in light of further evidence.
Biomedical Research; Children; Epidemiology; Expert Testimony; Federal Government; Fraud; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Health Hazards; Industry; Intelligence; Investigators; Misconduct; Public Policy; Regulation; Research; Research Design; Scientific Misconduct; Toxicity; Universities; Whistleblowing;
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Scarr, Sandra; Ernhart, Claire B. (1993)
Ernhart, Claire B.; Scarr, Sandra; Geneson, David F. (1993)We believe that members of the scientific community have a primary obligation to promote integrity in research and that this obligation includes a duty to report observations that suggest misconduct to agencies that ...
Ernhart, Claire B.; Scarr, Sandra; Geneson, David F. (1993)