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In the Grip of the Python: Conflicts at the University-Industry Interface
|Title||In the Grip of the Python: Conflicts at the University-Industry Interface|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2003|
|Journal||Science and Engineering Ethics|
The author discusses a case he was personally involved with where a pharmaceutical company he was working with infringed on his academic freedom. The author discusses some of the disturbing observations he made during his involvement in the case, including evidence that pharmaceutical companies have miscoded raw data on suicidal acts and suicidal ideation caused by their antidepressants, and a growing body of examples of ghostwriting of articles in the therapeutics domain. Many of the tensions evident in this case, therefore, can be linked to company abilities to keep clinical trial data out of the public domain. This, the author argues, is the point at which the pharmaceutical python gets a grip on academia.
Cover Date: January 2003.Source Info: 9(1), 59-71. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 37-3. Subject: AUTONOMY; COLLABORATION; CONFLICT OF INTEREST; ETHICS; INDUSTRY; UNIVERSITY. Update Code: 20090226.