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USC Deals With Fallout, Allegations That Ex-Med School Dean Used Drugs

19 Juillet 2017

Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito, the dean of USC's Keck School of Medicine, was a top bundler for the institution before his resignation in March 2016, hauling in $200 million in research grants while overseeing hundreds of students and thousands of professors and clinicians, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. School officials have declined comment and he continues to represent USC's medical school, speaking at a Keck-sponsored program at a hotel in Pasadena Saturday - one of the hotels which a member of the group said she frequented with him. During his almost 10 years at the university, he has been a key fundraiser, bringing in an estimated $1 billion in donations to USC. He also wrote tha drug use in not uncommon and "impacts individuals at all levels of society". "We are concerned about Dr. Puliafito and his family and hope that, if the article's assertions are true, he receives the help and treatment he may need for a full recovery".

The university, however, did not say when it first learned of Puliafito's conduct or how it responded.

Police found methamphetamine in the hotel room, according to a police report, but made no arrests.

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Puliafito, 66, and these much younger acquaintances captured their exploits in photos and videos.

Puliafito resigned from his post as dean of the medical school three weeks later, claiming he wanted to explore "outside opportunities", the Times reports.

USC Deals With Fallout, Allegations That Ex-Med School Dean Used Drugs