In an article published in the January 2010 issue of the JACR, Steven E. Seltzer, MD, Andrew Menard, JD, Renee Cruea, MPA, and Ron Arenson, MD provide comments on the “Hyperscrutiny” of Academic-Industrial Relationships. The abstract is below and the full article can be accessed at

In the current environment, academic-industrial relationships are coming under intense scrutiny from government and other regulatory bodies. Although there clearly have been incidents of abuse in these relationships, academic-industrial collaboration is an engine that drives innovation in the biomedical sciences in this country. The academic radiology community must ensure that the societal benefits of these relationships are not sacrificed via “overregulation.”

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