Maryland Students Win National Prize with Tool to Detect Alzheimer’s Before Symptoms Arise

Maryland Students Win National Prize with Tool to Detect Alzheimer’s Before Symptoms Arise
University of Maryland students have developed a device to diagnose Alzheimer’s before its symptoms are evident. It uses sounds to detect changes in the brainwaves of people with the disease. The achievement earned the seven team members — all sophomores at the A. James Clark School of Engineering — the top prize at the 2017 National Institutes of Health Design

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