Martin Keller, principal investigator of Paxil study 329, retires from Brown University

I just learned that Dr. Martin Keller, principal investigator of the controversial Paxil study 329, has retired from his position as a professor of psychiatry at Brown University — see here.¬†As Pharmalot notes, Keller quietly retired June 30 in the midst of an...

Calls for action against authors of controversial Paxil study are getting louder

In the wake of GlaxoSmithKline’s record-breaking $3 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, a number of psychiatrists and researchers have redoubled their efforts to get Paxil study 329 retracted. As mentioned¬†here and in other news accounts, the...

Why academic researchers involved in fraudulent Paxil study escape scrutiny

The Chronicle of Higher Education this week ponders why various universities have taken no action against the academic researchers who co-authored the notorious Paxil study that formed the crux of GlaxoSmithKline’s recent $3 billion settlement with the...

New York AG’s office should take a bow for GlaxoSmithKline’s record-breaking fine

I was glad to see that the New York Times‘ reporters covering GlaxoSmithKline’s $3 billion settlement tipped their hat to former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. After all, it was his crew and specifically a pioneering attorney by the name of Rose...