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'Night Shift' Competes in "Stat Madness 2018!"

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Night Shift, the game we developed with the University of Pittsburgh Critical Care Medicine department through funding by the National Institutes of Health has been selected to compete in a march-madness type contest called Stat Madness 2018. The contest, conducted by Stat News, highlights the most innovative ideas in biomedical research, and has those ideas compete against each other. 

Winners of each round are chosen by popular vote.

University of Pittsburgh, UPMC, Schell Games and more have teamed up trying to help Night Shift to the next round. You can go to the Stat News site to vote.

Carnegie Mellon also had a professor who was on the team that created Night Shift. In an article done by the Dietrich College of the Humanities and Social Sciences, they talk about this competition, and the professor's involvement in the game development.