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RWJF Announces Games Winners

August 21, 2007
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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has selected its 2007 Games for Health Competition winners.

According to RWJF, each entry was required to state and define a problem in health or healthcare, and create a solution to help rectify the problem.

The winners of the 2007 Games for Health Competition are:

Open Prototype: Neuromatrix, submitted by Morphonix of San Mateo, Calif. - $20,000

Open Storyboard: Food Finder, Erin Hoffman, Albany, N.Y., -$5,000

Student Storyboard: Bizarro Olympics, Indiana University- $5,000



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