After 2022 ORI Finding, Purdue Pays $737,391 in FCA Settlement

Nearly a year after a veterinary researcher formerly with Purdue University was debarred for 10 years, Purdue officials settled allegations that her research misconduct amounted to violations of the False Claims Act (FCA).

The HHS Office of Research Integrity announced in December 2022 that Alice C. Chang, also known in the past as Chun-Ju Chang, formerly an associate professor of basic medical sciences at Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine, had inserted fabricated and/or falsified data in two published papers and 16 funding applications.[1] She had received two awards from the National Cancer Institute.

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