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February 11, 2006 | Walter F. Roche Jr., Times Staff Writer
A U.S. scientist collaborating on now-discredited South Korean cloning and stem cell research accepted questionable payments for his work on the project and engaged in "scientific misbehavior," according to a University of Pittsburgh review panel's report. Gerald P.
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February 11, 2006 | Walter F. Roche Jr., Times Staff Writer
A U.S. scientist collaborating on now-discredited South Korean cloning and stem cell research accepted questionable payments for his work on the project and engaged in "scientific misbehavior," according to a University of Pittsburgh review panel's report. Gerald P.
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August 14, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Oval Jaynes was named athletic director at the University of Pittsburgh after five years as Colorado State's athletic director.
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January 1, 2005 | From Associated Press
Utah Coach Urban Meyer didn't want to hear the word "unbeaten" from the Utes last summer. Meyer was angry when a few Utes let the word slip when talking about the upcoming season and what the Utes could be in a position to do. But this week, he's liking the sound of it. "To think that there's four or five teams in major football undefeated, I never thought that would happen because teams are too good," Meyer said. The Utes are one of four Division I-A unbeatens.
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June 12, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Linebacker Terrance Wheatley, nose tackle Derrick Hicks and cornerback Ken Abrams were dismissed from the University of Pittsburgh football team for violating unspecified team rules.
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August 29, 1997 | From Associated Press
A noted cancer researcher accused of scientific wrongdoing has been vindicated. "This now permits me to go more full steam," Dr. Bernard Fisher said Thursday. "We have so much data that is just sitting there waiting to be looked at and studied and analyzed." The University of Pittsburgh apologized for removing him as director of the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project in 1994 after he was accused of being too slow in revealing problems in the study.
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November 26, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
And the coaching changes just keep on coming . . . In the latest round of college football coaching dismissals Monday, Dan Henning resigned at scandal-plagued Boston College, Johnny Majors quit at Pittsburgh and Jerry Pettibone followed suit at Oregon State. Maryland's Mark Duffner and Southern Methodist's Tom Rossley were fired. With two weeks left in the regular season, 20 of 111 Division I-A coaches have resigned, retired or been fired.
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June 17, 1996 | PETER HONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Circling the world for three months on an ocean liner while earning a semester's worth of college credits has been a life-changing adventure for thousands of students who have joined the University of Pittsburgh's Semester at Sea program. But a recent handful of accidental deaths has some Southern California parents contending that the experience should come with a warning label.
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March 25, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Defensive lineman Sean Gilbert, one of the Rams' prize investments, and two University of Pittsburgh football players have been charged with aggravated assault, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstructing a passageway after an altercation with an off-duty police officer Wednesday morning in Pittsburgh.
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February 11, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Drug charges against University of Pittsburgh football players Jermaine Williams, 21, and Reuben Brown, 20, were dropped because authorities could not prove they knew $7,500 worth of crack cocaine was stored in their apartment. Brown, Williams and former Pittsburgh player Derrick Hicks, 22, were arrested Jan. 23 after narcotics detectives found the cocaine and $1,600 in cash in their apartment.
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January 25, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Johnny Majors, football coach at Pitt, has suspended Reuben Brown and Jermaine Williams, who are accused of dealing crack cocaine from their apartment. Brown, 20, Williams, 21, and former player Derrick Hicks, 22, who was dismissed from the team in 1991, were charged with criminal conspiracy, possession of crack cocaine and possession of crack with intent to deliver. They were held in the Allegheny County jail in lieu of paying $25,000 bond.
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January 11, 1993
Doctors at the University of Pittsburgh performed their second baboon-to-human liver transplant Sunday, saying they had been encouraged by the moderate success of the first operation last June. The patient, a 62-year-old man, was dying of hepatitis B, a virus that destroys the liver. Baboon livers are believed to be immune to the disease. The transplant took nearly 12 hours, Dr. John Fung, the lead surgeon, said by phone during a break. "The liver is in," Fung said.
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