Share Tweet Email Share: Share Tweet Email EMBED <> More Videos <iframe width=”476″ height=”267″ src=”https://abc13.com/video/embed/?pid=5262051″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> The president of MD Anderson Cancer Center, said the National Institutes of Health wrote to the cancer center last year detailing conflicts of interest. Share: Share Tweet Email AP HOUSTON, Texas — A prominent cancer center in Houston has ousted three of five scientists whom federal authorities identified as being involved in Chinese efforts to steal American research. Peter Pisters, the president of MD Anderson Cancer Center, told the Houston Chronicle that the National Institutes of Health wrote to the cancer center last year detailing conflicts of interest and unreported foreign income by five faculty members, and gave it 30 days to respond. “As stewards of taxpayer dollars invested in biomedical research, we have an obligation to follow up,” Pisters said. MD Anderson received $148 million in NIH grants last year. The center provided internal documents to the Chronicle regarding the cases but the names of the scientists were redacted. The newspaper said all three are ethnically Chinese. Two of them resigned ahead of termination proceedings and the third is challenging the dismissal. Officials determined termination was not warranted for one of the… Read full this story
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