Wednesday, July 23, 1997 - The Michigan Daily - 7
Oesterling must serve
one year of probation
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As partial restitution for his debt,
Oesterling sent a check to the
University for the amount of
$105,000 Monday, said Vice
President for University Relations
"Dr. Oesterling has admitted that
this is money he owes to the
University," Baker said. "The
University of Michigan believes that
additional money is owed to us by Dr.
James Montie will continue as
interim head of the of the Urology
Baker said the University is cur-
rently deciding whether or not to file
a civil suit against Oesterling.
Oesterling, who has served on the
Medical School faculty since 1994,
submitted his resignation on Tuesday,
July 15 after the University took final
steps to terminate his employment.
Oesterling was suspended in
March, when University President
Lee Bollinger relieved him of all
patient responsibilities in reaction to
billing discrepancies. The University
then, in conjunction with the
Department of Public Safety, began
an extensive investigation.
In a letter to Bollinger last week,
Medical School Interim Dean Lorris
Betz said the school had no other
choice but to dismiss Oesterling.
"The conclusion I have reached is
that Dr. Oesterling's conduct is so
egregious and inconsistent with stan-
dards expected of faculty of the
University of Michigan that termina-
tion proceedings must be implement-
ed against him," Betz said.
In the letter, Betz provided a list of
offenses calling for Oesterling's dis-
Unapproved and excessive, out-
side employment in violation of writ-
ten University and Medical School
Undisclosed conflicts of interest
resulting from dealings with pharma-
ceutical companies and other non-
Personal profits derived from
University resources or efforts.
* Multiple billing of expenses and
falsification of related records.
Documents examined in the inves-
tigation, obtained under FOIA, show
that Oesterling submitted false docu-
ments and receipts to the University.
Bollinger said that Oesterling's
practices violate the integrity of the
honor system in the Medical Center.
"I don't like to see this sort of thing
happen. This is a severe misconduct
that is deeply violative of the trust we
expect from the members of the fac-
ulty," Bollinger said.
Baker said Oesterling was well
informed of the rules and regulations
for reported travel expenses and
"The policies for travel and reim-
bursement at the University of
Michigan are very clear," Baker said.
"Policies involving issues of conflict
of interest are a careful set of well-
defined guidelines. These guidelines
are provided to faculty when they are
"These policies are widely distrib-
uted," Baker said. "We try to continu-
ally inform people of their rights and
responsibilities. Faculty must follow
disclosure each year."
Though Oesterling's salary from
the University and Medical Center
amounted to about $400,000 a year,
he collected additional, substantially
large fees through court testimonies,
consulting services and business rela-
He frequently received, but did not
report, money from pharmaceutical
companies and deposited the funds
into an account for the National
Prostate Research Foundation. No
one else at the University knew of the
The NPRF was one of three
Florida-based companies Oesterling
established to channel money that he
was not reporting to the University.
The NPRF, a nonprofit organization
created in March, 1996, received
thousands of dollars from medical
companies. During just a two-month
period in 1996, the foundation
Oesterling created two other false
companies: Mississippi Valley
Enterprises, Inc., a for-profit compa-
ny created in November, 1994, and O
and M (Oesterling and Michigan)
Medical Education Association, a
nonprofit organization established
Aug. 5, 1996. Oesterling deposited
his lecturing salary into MVE
accounts. O and M was never put into
Oesterling said in investigative
interviews that he was attempting to
stop the spread of a disease that killed
his father. He pledged that he has
returned all the money he accepted
from pharmaceutical companies.
Regent Olivia Maynard (D-Flint)
said the entire incident is unfortunate.
"Obviously it's very tragic that
someone with such good medical
skills got involved and that pulled
down his ability to be a good sur-
geon," Maynard said. "It was really
necessary, but it is sad. You don't
cheer it on; you just say it needed to
vead the Daily.