Then in 2002 over a span of six weeks, Justin Yerbury lost his mother, grandmother and aunt to MND. He took the gene test to find out if he had the MND gene and it came back positive. His sister was diagnosed with MND while he was getting his PhD. He has dedicated his life to find a cure for MND. In 2016 Dr. Yerbury was diagnosed with MND and is still diligently working to find a cure. He is able to communicate with family and friends and do his research using his TM5 mini eye tracker. Thank you Dr. Yerbury for sharing your story. You are an inspiration to us all.
During the 2018 Sun Corridor Edge event sponsored by the Joint Planning Advisory Council (JPAC), Keith Jackson of EyeTech Digital Systems, receives the Emerging Exorter Award from Mesa Mayor John Giles.