FEDERALLY-FUNDED RELAPSE PRODUCING EXPERIMENTS in PSYCHIATRY: DRUG WASHOUT / CHEMICAL PROVOCATION A PARTIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY (Jan 2000) By VERA HASSNER SHARAV Experiments such as those listed below have no diagnostic or therapeutic purpose: They are conducted often on disabled veterans to test speculative, unproven theories. National Institute of Mental Health: Breier […]

Relapse Producing Experiments – a Partial Bibliography

Senate Finance Committee Investigating FDA brain stimulation device approval – WSJ Thu, 19 May 2005 Another major scandal is erupting about FDA’s approval decisions that contradict its medical officer’s safety concerns. The Senate Finance Committee is investigating what led the FDA to suddenly reverse its disapproval of Cyberonics’ brain stimulation […]

Senate Finance Committee Investigating FDA brain stimulation device approval – ...

Follow the Money / Can the Institute of Medicine Review the FDA? Wed, 6 Apr 2005 A letter to the editor published in Nature Medicine by Dr. Bernard Carroll, a past chairman of the FDA Advisory Committee for Psychotropic Drugs, and past chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Duke […]

Follow the Money / Can the Institute of Medicine Review ...

Doctors Without Borders: Why you can’t trust medical journals anymore Thu, 6 May 2004 Shannon Brownlee’s article in The Washington Monthly documents how conflicts of interest in medical research affect the integrity of research reports. Hear an interview with Shannon Brownlee on NPR at: The article, Doctors Without Borders, […]

Doctors Without Borders: Why you can't trust medical journals anymore

Success in academic psychiatry is not measured in the improvement of patients' mental health, but rather in quantifiable commercial tender.How many grants one brings to the university, how many publications one churns out each year, and how many corporate and professional advisory boards one serves on–and how much money one […]

2 letters Re: Dr. Nemeroff Failure to Disclose Conflicts of ...

Psychiatry’s most powerful and influential key opinion leaders who belong to the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) have been caught off guard. The ACNP leadership is scrambling  to overcome the scorn it has received following public disclosure about multiple breaches of ethics and professional standards of conduct. The College and […]

Psychiatry's Most Powerful Association Feeling the Heat_SCIENCE

A follow-up to news reports about the conflict of interest scandal that has engulfed not only Dr. Charles Nemeroff, former president and editor in chief of the official journal of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, but the College itself.

THE SCIENTIST–Former Head of UK Psychopharmacology says Money Didn't Sway ...

A notice  from The American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, the inner sanctum of biological--predominantly drug-centered psychiatry--informs the
membership of  the resignation of Dr. Charles Nemeroff, the Editor-in-Chief of its journal, Neuropsychopharmacology. 

ACNP Journal Editor Quits Amid Exposure of Conflicts of Interest