ACTSI Investigator Dr. Stuart Zola in the News

Stuart Zola, PhD, ACTSI investigator, professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory School of Medicine at Emory University, co-director, Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, and senior research career scientist, Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center

In the News 2011

The 7th annual Celebration of Technology and Innovation in March 2012 honored Zola and his colleagues by awarding them Deal of 2012 for Neurotrak's licensing of its web-based diagnostic for Alzheimer's (Stuart Zola; Elizabeth Buffalo, neurology and Yerkes; Cecelia Manzanares, Yerkes)

The Hill's Congress | Chimpanzees play valuable role in biomedical research
July 11, 2012

WebMD | Is your memory normal?
September 4, 2012

Yahoo! Finance | Neurotrack launches early diagnostic test for Alzheimer's disease
October 3, 2012

Fox 5 News | Researchers use eye-tracking device to detect Alzheimer's
March 7, 2013

Emory News Center | Researchers accurately predict cognitive decline
March 28, 2013

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Zola uncovers early risk of Alzheimer's
May 17, 2013

Emory Woodruff Health Sciences Center Update | New web-based test can predict Alzheimer's
June 6, 2013

Zola was a finalist in the innovation category for the Atlanta Business Chronicle's 2013 Health Care Heroes Awards. View details.

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Emory News Center | New Yerkes director a 'team builder'
April 18, 2014

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