Women & the Brain scholarship recipient Dr. Mackenzie Mathis of Harvard University has developed DeepLabCut, a groundbreaking AI tool that tracks movement. Women & the Brain, a Project ALS initiative, raises awareness for brain health and support for talented neuroscientists.
“There’s been a need for software like it for a long time, and I expect it to be the standard in the field for a while”, said Andres Bendesky of Columbia University.
Read more about Mackenzie’s work, featured in The Atlantic.
Motor neurons project out to the muscles in our limbs to drive muscle contraction, allowing us to speak, breathe, and move. These cells are housed