Shuping Wang, Public Health Whistleblower, Dies
Shuping Wang, Public Health Whistleblower, Dies
The physician and researcher challenged the Chinese government over her findings of widespread hepatitis and HIV contamination during blood collection.
Shuping Wang, Public Health Whistleblower, Dies
Shuping Wang, Public Health Whistleblower, Dies

The physician and researcher challenged the Chinese government over her findings of widespread hepatitis and HIV contamination during blood collection.

The physician and researcher challenged the Chinese government over her findings of widespread hepatitis and HIV contamination during blood collection.

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Bill Jenkins, Tuskegee Syphilis Study Whistleblower, Dies
Bill Jenkins, Tuskegee Syphilis Study Whistleblower, Dies
Ashley Yeager | Mar 4, 2019
A government scientist, he tried to end the unethical study, was unsuccessful, and then spent his career combatting injustice in healthcare.
Dispute Within CDC Over Zika Testing
Dispute Within CDC Over Zika Testing
Ben Andrew Henry | Sep 28, 2016
An agency scientist who accused the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of suppressing disagreements over the accuracy of a diagnostic test obtains whistleblower protection.
<em>TS</em> Picks: April 14, 2015
TS Picks: April 14, 2015
Tracy Vence | Apr 14, 2015
Whistleblower “named” in PubPeer suit; African CDC; FDA oversight of dietary supplements
PubPeer Threatened with Legal Action
PubPeer Threatened with Legal Action
Kate Yandell | Aug 19, 2014
The moderators of the post-publication peer review forum say they could be facing their first legal case.
Lawsuit Claims Stem Cells Unsafe
Lawsuit Claims Stem Cells Unsafe
Kerry Grens | Jul 18, 2014
A former employee complains that StemCells, Inc., fired him after he blew the whistle on improper manufacturing practices that could endanger patients.
Opinion: Reducing Whistleblower Risk
Opinion: Reducing Whistleblower Risk
Helene Z. Hill | Feb 11, 2014
It takes significant time and money for a scientist to defend his or her accusation of research misconduct.
Week in Review: September 16–20
Week in Review: September 16–20
Tracy Vence | Sep 20, 2013
Dealing with anonymous misconduct allegations; efficiently generating iPSCs; distinguishing viral infections from non-viral; imaging tau in vivo
What to Do About “Clare Francis”
What to Do About “Clare Francis”
Kerry Grens | Sep 14, 2013
Anonymous tipsters who allege scientific misconduct can make journal editors squeamish. But should a whistleblower's identity matter?
Gov’t Science Integrity Measures Lackluster
Gov’t Science Integrity Measures Lackluster
Bob Grant | Mar 11, 2013
A new analysis finds that while some federal agencies have made strides in safeguarding the validity of their research, more work needs to be done.