WHO refers $29m Oxford research project to GMC for misconduct

BMJ 2016; 355: i5971
Author: Nigel Hawkes
“The World Health Organization has referred leading Oxford University researchers to the UK General Medical Council after an independent review found that they committed research ethics misconduct. The referral is the culmination of a long running dispute involving José Villar of the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Oxford and Stephen Kennedy, head of the department and professor of reproductive medicine. They lead Intergrowth-21st, an international study of fetal growth funded by a $29m (£23.2m; €26m) grant from the Gates Foundation.”
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