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Scientific Misconduct and Research Fraud

by Charles Walter, Ph.D., J.D. and Edward P. Richards III, J.D., M.P.H.

Do You Talk Too Much? - Insider trading and Scientist
10 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #3, pg. 74 (September 1991)

Research Misconduct: Catching the Desperados and Restraining the Zealots
13 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #1, pg. 142 (Feb/Mar 1994)

News Fraud Fuels Science Fraud
13 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #2, pg. 279 (Apr/May 1994)

Federal Law and Individual Activities
13 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #4, pg. 544 (Aug/Sep 1994)

Pillorying Well-Stocked Scientists
14 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #1, pg. 96 (Jan/Feb 1995)

Using Expert Testimony in Scientific Misconduct Cases
14 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #3, pg. 338 (May/June 1995)

The False Claims Act and Scientific Misconduct
14 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #5, pg. 652 (Sept/Oct 1995)

Defining Scientific Misconduct For the Benefit Of Science
15 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #3, pg. 118 (May/Jun 1996)

Custodians of Information
15 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine #5, pg. 138 (Sep/Oct 1996)

"The Social Responsibility of Scientists: The Scientific Impact Statement," 17 IEEE Engineering In Medicine And Biology Magazine #6, 94-95 (1998).

"When Does The Freedom Of Information Act Apply To Privately Held Data Produced Under A Federal Grant? (Part I)", 19 IEEE Engineering In Medicine And Biology Magazine #4 121-125.

"When Does The Freedom Of Information Act Apply To Privately Held Data Produced Under A Federal Grant? (Part II)", 19 IEEE Engineering In Medicine And Biology Magazine 120-2, 143 (2000).

"Public Access to Scientific Research Data" IEEE Engineering In Medicine And Biology Magazine 20.2 (2001): 116-120.

"Using Data Digits to Identify Fabricated Data" IEEE Engineering In Medicine And Biology Magazine 20.4 (2001): 96-100.

Legal Defenses to the Use of Data Digits to Identify Fabricated Data IEEE Engineering In Medicine And Biology Magazine 21.2 (2002): 77-80.

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