Tensions between America and China continued throughout the year, and in 2019 alone, 10 researchers left their academic medical positions due to some conflicts of interest. Major academic medical centers are a nexus of intellectual property creation and, hence, sensitive places and spaces. TrialSite News has cautioned that in America it is important to balance vigilance and oversight with the open-minded spirit that has kept the country at the forefront of innovation and entrepreneurial leadership.
Becker’s Hospital Review recently reported on 10 researchers and leaders who left academic medical jobs in 2019. They included five below:
1. Moffitt Cancer Center CEO, center director step down; conflicts of interest cited Tampa, Fla.-based H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute on Dec. 18 accepted the resignations of President and CEO Alan F. List, MD, and Thomas Sellers, an executive vice president and center director at Moffitt.
2. Former Nationwide Children's Hospital researchers charged with stealing trade secretsA couple who previously worked in medical research labs at Columbus, Ohio-based Nationwide Children's Hospital's Research Institute were accu...
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