Brad Racino

@bradracino

Senior investigative reporter and assistant director . Currently examining big problems affecting the field of human subject research in the US.

San Diego, CA
2010年4月加入

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    4月26日

    A eye researcher accused of putting study subjects at risk is on leave while the institution investigates. By and via .

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    4月25日

    Watch reporter tonight on Evening Edition with more on the eye doctor who violated human research rules. 📺 Tune in at 6:30!

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    4月24日

    Turns out this doctor poked a hole in someone’s eye while giving them an injection for a research study, requiring eye surgery, allegedly because the doctor was “in a hurry” to leave for a trip to China....... 😬

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  6. 4月24日

    We spoke to at who said, "This is bad for Zhang’s lab, but also bad for UCSD."

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  7. 4月24日

    UCSD sent us a statement that said, “The FDA report raises a number of concerning issues, all of which the university takes very seriously. Dr. Zhang is currently on leave. UC San Diego is reviewing Dr. Zhang’s activities and cannot comment further at this time.”

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  8. 4月24日

    In a new development, and I got records from the that described one incident in which Zhang poked a hole in a study participant’s eye with a needle, causing a cataract that had to be fixed with surgery, because he was in a rush to take a trip to China.

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  9. 4月24日

    A prominent doctor, researcher and chief of eye genetics at UCSD is now "on leave" after an investigation exposed how the doctor put medical research subjects in harm’s way for years.

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  10. 4月19日

    Higher-ups at academic institutions may have reasons and methods to keep human ressearch violations quiet and away from public scrutiny. This story is a perfect example.

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    4月18日

    How a highly respected eye doctor at the University of California San Diego violated rules and put patients at risk for years.

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    4月18日
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    4月18日

    Today and I published an investigation on an eye doctor at UC San Diego whose human research studies are riddled with serious violations, and how the system designed to protect research subjects from harm didn’t stop him for years. THREAD:

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  14. 4月18日

    ... Last -- even though we say so in the story -- it's important enough to point out again that Dr. Zhang’s work should be viewed in context: He is one small part of a healthcare system at a university ranked among the top research institutions in the country. (End)

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  15. 4月18日

    It took about eight hours to "transparify" this story, which is something we strive to do with all major investigations . You can click this box on the story page and see the proof behind nearly every word. And there are a lot of words ...

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  16. 4月18日

    This a link to a folder that contains every primary document and I used to report this story:

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  17. 4月18日

    These are the major government agencies we dealt with: Office for Human Research Protections, the HHS Office of Research Integrity (), the CA Medical Board (), the National Institutes of Health () and the .

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  18. 4月18日

    These are the excellent sources we used in the story: Harvard's and , Michael Carome from , from New York's Upstate Medical University and Kyle Galbraith from .

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  19. 4月18日

    We cross referenced the audit found on that site -- which didn't name Dr. Kang Zhang -- with a Warning Letter issued prior (which did name him) to confirm. We also used this FDA site, which is great:

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  20. 4月18日

    ... We uncovered all this after combing through a University of California website that contains internal reports ...

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