University of Louisville dental professor Michael H. Martin’s was found dead in his office hours after he was interviewed by university police for allegedly misusing a university credit card.
The credit card was for a $353,875 grant that Martin directed that was funded by the National Institutes of Health, according to university records.
Hebert said Friday that two School of Dentistry employees — Joan Scott, the unit business manager, and Gary Dryden, the assistant dean for finance — were suspended without pay in connection with that investigation.
Scott was suspended for three days, and Dryden for five, Hebert said, but he described both as “good employees.”
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