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MindCrowd featured in crowdsourcing article

“I took the quiz and it was actually kind of fun,” the author said.

Medcitynews.com discussed MindCrowd in an article about crowdsourcing scientific research.

Thanks to technology and the changing culture of medicine, those of us who don’t have thousands of dollars to donate to medical research have easier ways to contribute.
Thanks to technology and the changing culture of medicine, those of us who don’t have thousands of dollars to donate to medical research have easier ways to contribute.

Data from 1 million people who complete a 10-minute memory and attention test could help scientists better understand human cognition and how it changes with age, at least in the eyes of Dr. Matt Huentelman.

He’s a researcher at the  Translational Genomics Research Institute in Arizona and launched the website MindCrowd this summer with The University of Arizona, the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative and the Alzheimer’s Association’s TrialMatch.

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