Université de Montréal in the dark about fraud

Kondro, Wayne
May 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/10/2005, Vol. 172 Issue 10, p1278
Academic Journal
Reports on the fraud investigation concerning professor Eric T. Poehlman in the U.S. for falsifying data when the Université de Montréal hired him in 2001. Estimation of the worth of grants awarded to Poehlman from U.S. and Canadian organizations; Plea entered by Poehlman in April 2005 for fraudulently obtaining a grant from the National Institutes of Health; Reaction of the Université of Montréal to the fraud investigation.


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