College Professor Fakes Research Results
Iowa State University biomedical sciences assistant professor Dong-Pyou Han resigned after admitting he tainted blood samples to get desired outcomes in research animals. The National Institutes of Health had awarded Han’s research team $19 million in multiyear grants.There's no word on what happened to the $19 million.
An assistant professor at Iowa State University received millions of federal dollars to pursue a promising AIDS vaccine — and then resigned for faking results, according to documents released this week.
Dong-Pyou Han, an assistant professor of biomedical sciences, resigned after owning up to tampering with rabbit blood to get desired outcomes in research animals, according to the Des Moines Register.