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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Fraud Verdict Against Cornell University Medical School For Misuse Of NIH Aids Funding
Date:9/6/2012

count to the APA, and that they would not reopen the case without any new evidence being presented.

"I especially want to thank the other fellows, who truthfully and courageously testified at trial about their lack of focus on HIV research during their time on the fellowship, and confirmed that the defendants had not truthfully represented the progress of the program to NIH."  Dr. Feldman says that in the ensuing years of the sealed investigations and trial, he was compelled to abandon his academic career.  In 2003, he went into the pharmaceutical industry where he had built a successful second career. In 2008, Dr. Feldman was elected President of the Pharmaceutical Management Science Association, and in 2009, he was awarded the Pharmaceutical Market Researcher of the Year Award from the Pharmaceutical Market Research Group. 

With this now finally behind him, Dr. Feldman expects to return to a full-time clinical practice and potentially an academic setting.  "Thirteen years is a long time to wait for justice to prevail.  But in the end, it feels good knowing that you stood up and did the right thing."  From Dr. Feldman's perspective, during much of those 13 years, Dr. van Gorp has been allowed to continue his practice unfettered, being promoted at Columbia University, and providing his expert opinions at universities, in court, and at conferences to lawyers.

As the whistleblower, Dr. Feldman is entitled to up to 30% of the $855,714 in damages, plus attorneys' fees and costs.

Dr. Feldman was represented by Michael Salmanson and Scott Goldshaw, of the two attorney firm Salmanson Goldshaw, PC in Philadelphia. Said Mr. Salmanson, "We are gratified by the opinion of the Court of Appeals, especially in its adoption of our position on damages. We hope that this is a potent reminder to those entrusted with federal taxpayer dollars that if they don't use the money as intended, they will face serious consequences. We
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