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NIH rules are supposed to stop ‘pass the harasser.’

NIH rules are supposed to stop ‘pass the harasser.’

NIH rules are supposed to stop ‘pass the harasser.’ In one recent case, they appear to have failed

Despite sending unwanted sexual emails and other “invasive” behavior, David Gilbert carried two NIH grants to a new institution and was awarded $2.5 million in new money

When genome researcher David Gilbert left Florida State University (FSU) in 2021 for the San Diego Biomedical Research Institute (SDBRI), he took two large National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants with him. The biomedical agency approved the transfer and went on to award Gilbert, a DNA replication expert who publishes in ScienceNature, and Cell, a new, $2.5 million grant last year.

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