Peer reviewer stole article and published it as his own.

Abstract

A peer reviewer appointed by the Annals of Internal Medicine stole research submitted by a team from Tufts University, Boston, that was rejected by the Annals and published it six months later in a different journal under his own name. The theft came to light when the original lead author, the endocrinologist Michael Dansinger of Tufts, later chanced upon… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.i6768

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@article{Dyer2016PeerRS, title={Peer reviewer stole article and published it as his own.}, author={Owen Dyer}, journal={BMJ}, year={2016}, volume={355}, pages={i6768} }