ADDI NeuroToolKit Data Hackathon

Investigate Biomarkers in Alzheimer's Disease

In a 17-day virtual hackathon, self-selected teams of two to four persons investigated the potential clinical utility of different biomarkers in Alzheimer's disease

Participants used the new NeuroToolKit (NTK) app, developed by Roche and leading partners, worked with datasets from European Prevention and Alzheimer's Dementia (EPAD) Consortium, and used tools on the AD Workbench. Teams also collaborated with other participants in our new online community, AD Connect.

Teams competed in four categories and produced a short video outlining their findings.

Team Wicking from Australia won first-place team in the Patient Value and Clinical Impact category. Team MD Eagle from the United States won first-place in the Technical Contribution category. Watch their videos here.

Read more about this virtual hackathon, including the scientific challenge here.


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