U.S. Finds Misconduct by Ex-Researchers at Chicago and UCSF

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U.S. Finds Misconduct by Ex-Researchers at Chicago and UCSF

What is this about?

This is an article about H. Rosie Xing, a cancer researcher working at the University of Chicago who engaged in research misconduct by using manipulated images in her publications, and James P. Warne, a diabetes researcher at the University of California at San Francisco who falsified data in publications and grant applications.

Why is this important?

This article may be used as a source of case studies in the context of research integrity training.

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