NIH scientist pleads guilty to conflict-of-interest charge

12/9/2006 | Washington Post, The

The NIH scientist charged with a conflict of interest by consulting for Pfizer while his department was doing research with the firm pleaded guilty in federal court. Pearson Sunderland III, chief of the Geriatric Psychiatry Branch of the National Institute of Mental Health, admitted he entered the consulting agreements without gaining prior NIH approval and then failed to disclose the involvement.

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