Catching Alzheimer's Before Memory Slips

Can a five-minute eye-tracking test warn of disease to come? Several scientists outside the company think the test is promising because, unlike other cognitive batteries, it requires no language or motor skills. Participants simply view images on a monitor while a camera tracks their eye movements. The test draws on the research of Neurotrack co-founder Dr. Stuart Zola, faculty member in Neuroscience, who studies learning and memory in monkeys. 

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