We, undersigned hereby former trainees and close colleagues in the United States, Latin America, and Europe, and members of the Colombian Association of Infectious Diseases, want to express the highest level of support for Dr. Jose G. Montoya, whom we have known in his role of mentor, research collaborator, and personal friend. We have been…
To Whom It May Concern: I am writing on behalf of the group of Colombian physicians listed below, medical school classmates and colleagues of Dr. Jose G. Montoya. We wish to unwaveringly support Dr. Montoya in his defense against alleged misconduct at Stanford University. To attest to the content of this letter, the members of…
Stanford Medical Center professor Jose Montoya, who was fired after a University investigation found that he had violated University code of conduct related to sexual harassment, misconduct and assault, said he “sincerely apologize[s]” to anyone who he “offended.”
Violations of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct were among the reasons for the recent firing of former Stanford Medical Center professor Jose Montoya.
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In its Wednesday night session, the Graduate Student Council unanimously passed a bill committing ASSU President Shanta Katipamula ’19 to submitting feedback to the US Department of Education regarding proposed changes to Title IX regulations.
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