ACTSI Investigator Dr. Gary Miller in the News

Gary Miller, PhD, ACTSI investigator, associate dean for research at Rollins School of Public Health, director of the Emory Parkinson’s Disease Collaborative Research Center and Health and Exposome Research Center

Woodruff Health Science Center Update | Traversing the Twittersphere
November 22, 2013

Emory News Center | Emory, Georgia Tech receive first human exposome center grant in U.S.
May 24, 2013

Human Exposome Project Aims to Define Environmental Factors that Influence Health
Read More | New Website | Pilot Grant

ABC News | Gene predicts Parkinson's progression
May 16, 2012

Miller was named a 2012 Distinguished Investigator by the Georgia Research Alliance. The designation includes a $500,000 award over five years. 

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