Faculty Ghostwriting Charges

Psychiatry professor Jay Amsterdam filed a second complaint on June 26 against two colleagues based on ghostwriting charges that Penn had dismissed in March. The letter, addressed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Research Integrity, requests the ORI to obtain the ghostwriting documents provided by a medical publishing group. Amsterdam had filed a charge of research misconduct against Psychiatry professors Laszlo Guylai and Dwight Evans last July for attaching their names to a 2001 scholarly paper [continue reading here]

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