Join the Emory Brain Imaging Project Today!

By simply having an MRI of your brain, you can join a growing database of volunteers helping Emory researchers identify predictors that may treat or even prevent Alzheimer’s and other diseases of aging.

The Emory Brain Imaging Project is a vital component of the Emory Healthy Aging Study. By studying the brains of young, healthy individuals over many years, we hope to unravel the mysteries behind abnormal aging.

Please join us and tell your friends about the Emory Brain Imaging Project. Volunteering to have an MRI of your brain could someday help save a life of someone close to you.

Here’s what you need to know:

Anyone age 18 or older.

The Emory Brain Imaging Project under the supervision of Dr. Bruce Crosson, involves a two-day visit to Emory. Each visit will last about 1 to 2 hours. You must be able to have a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan.

Help us learn more about the brain and defeat diseases like Alzheimer’s, as well as be compensated up to $150 for your time.

Call 404-727-4877 or fill out the form on this page.

The Emory Brain Imaging Project is a component of the Emory Healthy Aging Study. This opportunity to partner with leading physicians at Emory University can help us unravel the mysteries of aging and age-related diseases.

Thank you for making a difference!

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