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Using expert testimony in scientific misconduct cases

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2 Author(s)
Walter, Charles ; Inst. of Law, Sci. & Technol., USA ; Richards, E.P., III

Considers how the power of the Washington bureaucracy threatens scientists who are singled out for sanctions for alleged scientific misconduct. Even vindication comes at a very steep price. The authors discuss: Health and Human Services jurisdiction (legal constraints; definition of scientific misconduct); using experts to challenge jurisdiction; the politics of investigations

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 3 )