New Test Could Diagnose Alzheimer's Six Years Sooner

Dr. Stuart M. Zola, faculty member in Neuroscience, is mentioned in an Atlanta Business Chronicle article about a startup company launched in Atlanta that has developed a new test that could help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease up to six years before people develop symptoms. The company uses Tobii infrared eye-tracking devices for the four-minute test, but it is proprietary software that makes the predictive process possible. Click here to view the full article on