NHS Hack Day - Geeks who love the NHS


Developed at: Oxford, 26 — 27 Jan 2013


CellCountr provides a simple way to perform cell differentials on a peripheral blood or bone marrow aspirate.

CellCountr aims to make bone marrow aspirate diagnosis faster, more accurate, and educational.

CellCountr was originally developed at the second and third NHS Hack Day in Liverpool 2012 and Oxford 2013, by a team of haematologists, junior doctors, medical students, clinical scientists and professional developers. It continues to be developed by a small team.



Code and Licence

Source code: https://github.com/cellcounter/cellcounter
Licence: MIT


Twitter: @CellCountr @wai2k @haematologic @jvc26
Email: cellcountr@gmail.com