ACTSI Investigators, Awardees, and Scholars in the News
Kara Jacobson, MPH/CHES, ACTSI investigator and a senior research associate at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, was quoted by Fox Business for the story Why you need to understand what the doctor just said on August 31.
Fadlo Khuri, MD, ACTSI investigator and deputy director of the Winship Cancer Institute, was quoted by the Atlanta Business Chronicle for the article Winship in lung cancer trial on September 3.
Charles Raison, MD, ACTSI investigator and associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Emory, was featured on CNN for the story Can memory lapses be a sign of an identity disorder? on September 7.
James Lah, MD, PhD, ACTSI investigator and Emory neurologist, was featured in the summer 2010 Emory Medicine Magazine cover story, When the Mind Takes Leave. Read more.
Elizabeth R. Wright, PhD, ACTSI pilot grant recipient and assistant professor in the Emory Department of Pediatrics, was quoted in Nanowerk and The A to Z of Nanotechnology in the article Emory University orders two JEOL Cryo-TEMs for expanding the electron microscopy core on August 31.
Abhinav Goyal, MD, MHS, ACTSI pilot grant recipient and assistant professor of epidemiology and medicine (cardiology) at Emory Rollins School of Public Health and SOM, was quoted by HealthDay News, US News & World Report, Business Week, Sacramento Bee, Science Daily, WebMD, News Guide, MSN, MedBroadcast, and Alpha Trade Finance in the article Heart health rises with education in rich nations on September 7.
Hinh Ly, PhD, ACTSI pilot grant recipient and Emory pathologist, was featured in A family of troublemakers known as XMRV in the Emory Health Now Blog.
Marian Evatt, MD, ACTSI investigator, scholar, and pilot grant recipient and assistant professor of neurology at Emory, was quoted by Science Magazine Daily News in the article Vitamins D, E might help maintain brain health on September 8.
Helen Mayberg, MD, ACTSI investigator and Emory psychiatry and neurology professor, Robert Gross, MD, PhD, ACTSI pilot project recipient and Emory neurosurgeon, and Paul Holtzheimer, MD, ACTSI MSCR scholar and Emory psychiatrist, were featured in the article Diving Deep Inside the Brain in the summer 2010 Emory Medicine Magazine. Read more.