AAMC Supports Strong Federal Oversight Of Conflict Of Interest Regulations for NIH – funded researchAAMC President and CEO Darrell G. Gave the following statement in reaction to the report of the U.S. Department of Health Office of Inspector General Office of Inspector General, which calls on the National Institutes of Health in its oversight of the federal conflict of interest strengthen the strengthen the grantee institutions:.

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