Success in citizen science projects like Mark2Cure is impossible without the volunteers and citizen scientists who contribute.

The following publication:

“Citizen Science for Mining Biomedical literature”
is made possible thanks to the volunteers and citizen scientists who contributed during the limited beta phase (Dec. 2014-Jan 2015) and beta phase (Jan, 2015 - Feb, 2015) of Mark2Cure. The following contributors have consented to being publicly acknowledged on this page:

* Top 5% contributors
* Top 10% contributors

We respect your privacy and will not publish your name or username on this page without your expressed consent. If you’d like to be acknowledged on future publications, you’ll have to contribute to them.

  • Keep your mind sharp and flex your brain for a great cause!
  • Learn something new!
  • Help advance biomedical research!
  • Help others while enjoying citizen science!
  • Improve your critical reading skills, sharpen your reading comprehension, and build your biomedical vocabulary!
  • Put your love for biomedical trivia to work!
  • Prove that humans are still better than machines!
  • Help change the 'I' in 'Illness' to 'We' in 'Wellness'!
  • Influence the selection of future Mark2Cure biomedical research areas