September 4, 2007
Teams now forming for Atlanta Heart Walk
The facts are disheartening:
One of every 2.5 deaths is a result of heart disease. Each year one out of 2.4 women die of heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for anyone over the age of 25.
Help Emory Healthcare and Emory University fight cardiovascular disease and stroke by participating in the 2007 Atlanta Heart Walk on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 9 a.m. in Piedmont Park.
To join the Emory team, please visit www.emory heartwalk.org and click on “Join Team” next to the team of choice.
For questions regarding the Heart Walk or to become
a team captain, contact Sheryl Marbach at email@example.com or 404-778-7311.
chair in imaging science
Mark Goodman has been awarded the prestigious Endowed Chair in Imaging Sciences within the Department of Radiology.
Goodman was presented the honor during an Aug. 28
reception by Thomas Lawley, dean of the Emory School of Medicine, and Carolyn Meltzer, chair of the Department of Radiology and associate dean for research.
Goodman will focus on the development of imaging probes to study the pathogenesis, diagnosis and management cancer treatment; design and evaluation of nuclear imaging probes; as well as, psychiatric, neurologic and cardiac disorders.
Goodman joined Emory in 1993, where he established a radiopharmaceutical research program. He currently holds the position of professor with tenure in the departments of radiology, psychiatry and behavioral sciences and hematology and oncology at the School of Medicine, and serves as director of the Emory Center for Positron Emission Tomography.