Eye-Tracking Test Enters into the Running for an Alzheimer's Screen

Dr. Stuart Zola, faculty member in Neuroscience is mentioned in a Scientific American article for his study of learning and memory in monkeys. The article looks at prognostic tests and Alzheimer's screening.

Unlike other cognitive batteries, the Neurotrack test requires no language or motor skills. Participants view images on a monitor while a camera tracks their eye movements. The test draws on research by Dr. Zola and his team at Emory.

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