Emory psychiatrist reprimanded over outside work with pharma companies

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 11, 2009

A leading psychiatrist at Emory University has been reprimanded by the school in connection with outside work he was doing for pharmaceutical companies. Zachary Stowe, MD, director of the Women's Mental Health Program, received a letter of reprimand regarding his "unreported activities" and his "failure to abide by Emory policies," according to an Emory statement.


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