Measho Abreha, PhD
Post-Doctoral Fellow
Sharon Bergquist, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Study Investigator
Gari Clifford, PhD
Associate Professor
Bruce Crosson, PhD
Professor of Neurology
Gregory Esper, MD, MBA
Associate Professor
Margarethe Goetz, PhD
Post-Doctoral Fellow
Felicia Goldstein, PhD
David Gutman, MD PhD
Assistant Professor Biomedical Informatics
Ihab Hajjar, MD
Acting Associate Professor
Chad Hales, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
John Hanfelt, PhD
Professor Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
Ebrahim Haroon, MD
Assistant Professor
William Hu, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
Samantha John, PhD
Post-Doctoral Fellow
Theodore Johnson II, MD, MPH
Professor of Medicine,
Study Investigator
James Lah, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Neurology, Study Investigator
Allan Levey, MD, PhD
Professor and Chair of Neurology, Study Investigator
David Loring, PhD
Michele Marcus, PhD, MPH
Professor of Epidemiology, Study Investigator
Cassie Mitchell, PhD
Assistant Professor
Joe Nocera, PhD
Assistant Professor Department of Neurology
Monica Parker, MD
Assistant Professor
Deqiang Qiu
Assistant Professor
Arshed Quyyumi, MD, FACC
David Roberts, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Study Investigator
Nicholas Seyfried, PhD
Assistant Professor
Viola Vaccarino, MD, PhD
Professor and Chair of Epidemiology, Study Investigator
Camille Vaughan, MD
Assistant Professor
Whitney Wharton, PhD
Assistant Professor
Thomas Wingo, MD
Assistant Professor

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Published Research

Family history of cardiovascular disease is associated with self-reported cognitive function: the Emory Healthy Aging Study (Abstract)


Construct Validity of Montreal Cognitive Assessment Index Scores in Cognitively Normal Adults (Abstract) 


Mental Health and Demographic Characteristics, but Not Parental History, Influence Subjective Ratings of Cognitive Functioning (Abstract)


Preliminary Assessment of a Flanker Smartphone App: Reliability, Feasibility, and Construct Validity (Abstract)


Rationale and Design of the Emory Healthy Aging and Emory Healthy Brain Studies (Abstract)


Purpose in life is a robust protective factor of reported cognitive decline among late middle-aged adults: The Emory Healthy Aging Study (Abstract)


Deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Transfer Learning for Measuring Cognitive Impairment Using Eye-Tracking in a Distributed Tablet-Based Environment


Association of plasma and CSF cytochrome P450, soluble epoxide hydrolase, and ethanolamide metabolism with Alzheimer’s disease






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