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More Information on Medical Education

Op-Ed in Atlanta Journal-Constitution About Academic Conflict of Interest

Pharmaceutical Money and Med Schools: Half-Measures Won't Do to Keep Doctors 'Clean'


October 12, 2008

Read the full article at ajc.com.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an op-ed written by Peter Lurie, deputy director of Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, and Jonas Hines, a PC research associate, about noted Emory psychiatrist Charles Nemeroff. The article decries the $2.8 million in consulting fees Dr. Nemeroff collected over eight years, much of it not reported to Emory University, in violation of federal regulations and assurances he gave school administrators.

 

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