Four faculty members and one graduate student at the pharmacy college of Ohio State University have been accused either of research misconduct or misuse of grant funds, The Columbus Dispatch. In addition, one faculty member and one former faculty member are currently suing the pharmacy college. The dean of the college told the Dispatch that the institution is placing greater emphasis on research ethics, and is starting a course on the subject, and that the class will be required for students and "strongly urged" for faculty members.
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