Two professors appointed in a new role to address suspected cases at the Faculty of Science and to give independent advice on co-authorship. Should be seen as a precaution, Dean says to the University Post (updated)
Professor could be found guilty of scientific dishonesty, but without having actually faked any data herself, she fears. And without having had any knowledge of her co-author Milena Penkowa's tampering with evidence
Charge against brain scientist Milena Penkowa was dropped due to a time limit. Not due to the substance of the document fraud allegations, says University of Copenhagen. More details emerge
Committee concludes that brain scientist Milena Penkowa is guilty of scientific misconduct. There were too few experimental mice, and methods she used for counting cells were deficient.
Embattled brain scientist threatens University of Copenhagen with court if it cancels her PhD and doctorate
Danish pharmaceutical giant had deal with Penkowa – then got cold feet