Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Why is every research misconduct complaint at the U answered by its defense attorneys?

Something weird is happening here, as Leigh Turner points out in this letter to the Board of Regents. 

The purrpose of the Office of the General Counsel is to "minimize legal problems" for the university and "represent the university in adversarial forums zealously."  How can the families of research subjects who have been killed or injured expect a fair hearing when any complaint is sent to an office whose mission is to make sure they are legally crushed or silenced?

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