If you spend any time in teaching hospitals and medical schools, you've probably noticed that your supply of pharma-branded pens has dried up. You may have also wondered: "Where's all that money going?"
Here's your answer: the pocket of your dean, department chair, or president. A study in JAMA finds that 40% of drug companies have at least one corporate board member with with a leadership position at an academic health center. The average annual compensation was $313,000.
The table above lists the guilty parties -- sadly, only by institution, and not by name.
You can read more in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.