Happy St. Patty’s day!

Current progress in Mark2Cure Thanks to our wonderful community of citizen scientists and volunteers, the NFE2L1 entity recognition mission is now 99% complete! If you haven’...

Rare Disease Day 2017 is here!

As many of you already know, Mark2Cure is currently focused on the literature space surrounding NGLY1-deficiency due to the concerted effort this rare disease community made...

Upcoming Mark2Cure-related events

In September of 2015, the Citizen Science Association, announced the organization of a National Citizen Science Day which was scheduled for April 16, 2016. Unfortunately, the...

Mark2Cure Beta Study officially published

Mark2Cure’s first academic paper is finally published. For those of you who have been with us for a while, you may recall the posting of...

A look back at 2016 with Mark2Cure

Happy New Year!!! Thank you for contributing to Mark2Cure with your annotations, comments, questions, bug reports--and general feedback. You've made the Mark2Cure project an amazing project...