In the game, you look at movies from the brains of mice and try to identify vessels as flowing or stalled. This helps to speed up Alzheimer’s disease research at Cornell University. Visitors of last year’s Games for Health Conference might remember that the Stall Catcher manifest was signed here.
We are extremely proud of our relationship with the people at the Human Computation Institute and cannot wait to see how this relationship continues to grow during our journey toward GFHEU19, which will take place on 7 & 8 October 2019.
A small preview of Stall Catchers can be found below. The article from Nature Neuroscience can be read here.