ACTSI Investigator Dr. Allan Levey in the News

Allan Levey, MD, PhD, ACTSI investigator and professor and chair of neurology at Emory University and director of the Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center

NBC News | Alzheimer's deaths higher than previously thought
March 5, 2014

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | 'A Family Affair' benefits Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
February 27, 2014

Yahoo! News |Environmental Health News | International Business Times | Healthcare Today |Diabetes.co.uk | Times of India | US study finds pesticide may raise risk of Alzheimer's
January 27, 2014

Emory News Center | Potential risk factor for Alzheimer’s: DDT exposure
January 27, 2014

Atlanta Journal-Constitution| When advocacy becomes personal
December 14, 2013

Emory News Center | Alzheimer’s: newly identified protein pathology impairs RNA splicing
September 10, 2013

11Alive.com | Famed designer shares Alzheimer's diagnosis
June 5, 2013

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Battling brain disorders
May 17, 2013

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Alzheimer's Award
May 10, 2013

Reuters | MSN News | Study finds gene that may raise Alzheimer's risk in blacks
April 9, 2013

What Doctors Know | Too soon
April 8, 2013

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Wesley Woods | Heroes, Saints & Legends
March 1, 2013

Georgia Health News | Legislators look at plan to fight Alzheimer's
January 29, 2013

11Alive.com | Bill to help fight Alzheimer's
December 20, 2012

Emory News Center | New Alzheimer’s risk gene identified
November 15, 2012

Reuters | Scientists identify new risk gene for Alzheimer's
The Associated Press via Google | New gene triples risk for Alzheimer's disease
USA Today | New gene holds promise for understanding Alzheimer's
Fox News | Scientists identify new risk gene for Alzheimer's
November 14, 2012

AARP.org Broadcast | 'Inside E Street': Alzheimer's at work
May 28, 2012

Levey was a finalist in the physician category for the Atlanta Business Chronicle's 2013 Health Care Heroes Awards.

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