Findings of Research Misconduct

Little late getting this up, October deadlines and all …

Notice is hereby given that ORI and the Assistant Secretary for Health have taken final action in the following case:

Based on the findings of an investigation report by the Universidad Central Del Caribe and additional analysis and information obtained by ORI during its oversight review, ORI found that Jennifer N. Arriaga, former Research Assistant in a clinical trial project entitled Brief Strategic Family Therapy for Adolescent Drug Abusers, engaged in research misconduct in research funded by U10 DA13720.

Specifically, ORI found that Ms. Arriaga knowingly and intentionally engaged in research misconduct by fabricating 17 interviews and falsifying 10 subject incentive receipts in the trial. The interview record consisted of Timeline Follow Back information, confidentiality self-report forms, and urine drug test results.


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  1. I wonder if she bombed all the urine drug tests?

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