9 No. 4
Drugs and Money
Pharmaceutical companies, academic medicine, and the flow of funds and favors
Reviewing conflict-of-interest policies
Funds flowing in
"We accept money because we need to do clinical trials, and that's where the rubber meets the road in this conflict-of-interest business."
"I'm not under any illusion that [drug companies] give money for the sake of neuroscience. They won't do a study if the potential is there for the outcome to have a negative impact on marketing."
THE INTELLECTUAL COMMUNITY
Bringing the Big Questions to the Community
Re-imagining the Gustafson Seminar
Multiversity or University?
Pursuing competing goods simultaneously
On the failure of roots and the strength of weak ties
Each year, the Office of Research Administration issues a report detailing the amount of money awarded to Emory from organizations outside of the university. The following are some key statistics from the report for Fiscal Year 2006.