So soon! Nemeroff, you may remember, took large sums of money from drug companies and failed to disclose them. What is that line about teaching an old dog new tricks? Here is what the New York Times said:
The program, conducted online, had been led by Dr. Charles Nemeroff, an Emory University psychiatrist who last year was removed as department chairman and lost federal grant financing for failing to report income from 16 drug companies.
Dr. Carroll said that the program concealed unfavorable data and side effects of drugs made by AstraZeneca, which sponsored it, and played down alternatives to those drugs. In his complaint, Dr. Carroll wrote that the program â€œappears to make a mockeryâ€ of standards against bias.
In an e-mail message Tuesday night, Dr. Nemeroff defended the program. â€œThe program was peer-reviewed and found to have fair balance,â€ he wrote.
Thanks to Michael Bowerman.