AN EYE TEST FOR ALZHEIMER'S
All Lee Goldstein wanted to do was finish his postdoctoral research project
at a Harvard laboratory so he could get on with his career in psychiatry. But
while placing a sensor in the skull of a lab mouse, he noticed something odd:
The rodent's eyes were milky and clouded. The mouse had been bred to show the
symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, but was too young to have age-related cataracts.