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April 30, 1987 | JANNY SCOTT, Times Staff Writer
In a steel file cabinet in a storage room at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, an extraordinary case of research fraud unravels like a chilling detective story set in the laboratories of academic medicine. It begins with the curriculum vitae of Dr. Robert A. Slutsky, Wunderkind and heir apparent to the dukedom of cardiac radiology. The resume on file lists hundreds of publications, grants, awards, appointments--a startling prolificacy for just seven years.
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June 9, 1987
California medical authorities filed charges of dishonesty and misrepresentation against former University of California, San Diego, heart researcher Dr. Robert Slutsky.
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NEWS
June 9, 1987
California medical authorities filed charges of dishonesty and misrepresentation against former University of California, San Diego, heart researcher Dr. Robert Slutsky.
NEWS
April 30, 1987 | JANNY SCOTT, Times Staff Writer
In a steel file cabinet in a storage room at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, an extraordinary case of research fraud unravels like a chilling detective story set in the laboratories of academic medicine. It begins with the curriculum vitae of Dr. Robert A. Slutsky, Wunderkind and heir apparent to the dukedom of cardiac radiology. The resume on file lists hundreds of publications, grants, awards, appointments--a startling prolificacy for just seven years.
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July 30, 1991 | JENNIFER TOTH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Is fraud becoming more common in American science? That question has surfaced anew since a spate of incidents involving allegations of misconduct in the reporting of scientific research. In one of the best known of these incidents, an assistant to David Baltimore, president of Rockefeller University in New York, charged that Baltimore used falsified and manufactured data supplied by a colleague in an influential paper, then refused to investigate warnings that the material was flawed.
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