MD Anderson researchers ousted as NIH and FBI target diversion of intellectual property

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Three faculty members at MD Anderson Cancer Center were sanctioned for failure to ensure confidentiality of review of NIH grants. The scientists also failed to disclose outside funding, academic appointments, and roles in laboratories outside the U.S.

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