Clinical trial coordinators sentenced to prison after data falsification scheme
After two Florida-based CRO study coordinators pled guilty to falsifying clinical trial data, the DOJ said Wednesday that those two have been sentenced to more than two years in prison each.
Federal judge Donald Graham sentenced Analay Rico, lead study coordinator at Tellus Clinical Research, to 40 months in prison, and Daylen Diaz, assistant study coordinator and research assistant at Tellus, to 24 months in prison, along with $2.1 million in fines related to their conspiracy to commit fraud.
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