Thrilled to read in the that my reporter is a "godlike'' figure and to see the brilliant crew get such deserved attention for #Coronavirus coverage from and my NYT pals.
The New York Times wrote a story about STAT — Great to see the hard work of my colleagues on all sides of our growing business acknowledged in this way. And Is in the lede — well deserved!!!
I wrote about STAT, which has been essential reading for those wanting to know more about the coronavirus (and to know what the rest of us would be covering next)
.: “a godlike figure to people who are infectious-disease epidemiologists.” Elated to see the world’s best infectious disease reporter get the recognition she deserves 👏🏻
The Medical News Site That Saw the #Coronavirus Coming Months Ago: In praise of (and their superstar #COVID19 reporter ), by via #journalism #PandemicJournalism
“Stat published Ms. Branswell’s first article on the “growing cluster of unexplained pneumonia cases” on Jan. 4. There was some indication, she reported, of “a new virus, and perhaps even a new coronavirus.”
Gosh I’m proud of my colleagues at - lovely to see everyone’s hard work acknowledged here - esp
So cool to read this about & , whose coronavirus coverage has made her “a godlike figure to people who are infectious-disease epidemiologists.” The Medical News Site That Saw the Coronavirus Coming Months Ago
Stat, a medical news site staffed with roughly 30 reporters and editors well versed in health and science, was reporting on the coronavirus's ability to be spread by asymptomatic carriers a month before the first case of unknown origin in the U.S.
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Go ! Medical journalists rising to the occasion. Highly recommend following if you don't already: & more
...Ms. Branswell’s reporting on the coronavirus had made her “a godlike figure to people who are infectious-disease epidemiologists.” HUGE and well-deserved praise for and the entire team
This. is the best infectious disease reporter working today and is incredibly smart. If you aren't following, you should be: The Medical News Site That Saw the Coronavirus Coming Months Ago #COVID19
STAT: The Medical News Site That Saw the Coronavirus Coming Months Ago. on New Year’s Eve, re unexplained pneumonia in central China: “Hope this is nothing out of the ordinary.”
“We’re not seeing stories first because we’re smarter, faster or more savvy,” said of . “It’s just because this is the world we’ve been plugged into the whole time. We were built for this.”
"We were built for this": The health and medical news website Stat (), with the fabulous as its editor in chief, has become even more of a must-read in the coronavirus era.
Wonderful profile of and the indomitable by : The Medical News Site That Saw the Coronavirus Coming Months Ago
Branswell’s reporting on the coronavirus had made her “a godlike figure to people who are infectious-disease epidemiologists.” You go . Branswellianity?
“We were built for this.” The life sciences news site ⁦⁦⁩ has been at the forefront of Coronavirus news. I’m extremely grateful for and proud of the entire Stat team.
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This is great, deserved recognition for , , and the other Stat staffers who have done a phenomenal job on coronavirus (and years of public health crises before this).
And the very first journalist to report on the coronavirus was ... . The now states that she is a "godlike figure to people who are infectious-disease epidemiologists.” She is also a friend with class, flair and wit.
There are many heroes fighting #COVID19. Journalists like & the excellent team are among them.
If you are not reading my friend right now , you must! The Medical News Site That Saw the Coronavirus Coming Months Ago
Wow. Congrats to ⁦⁩ for recognition of their covid19 coverage. I’ve told all my non-biopharma friends to follow ⁦⁦⁩. Her reporting has been invaluable. Thank you.
An essential news outlet -- especially now -- is out of Boston, which has written with authority on the coronavirus. Good NYT piece on how the site saw it all coming.
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Before social distancing, I got to have newsroom water-cooler outbreak confabs with the brilliant ; the admiration described here for her, and covering #COVID19 is so well deserved.
"We were built for this."
Good to see recognition of the excellent, thoughtful reporting by of on #COVID19, #opioidcrisis and much more. During my nearly 8 years I found her questions to be thoughtful, informed, and appropriately challenging.
Great look at the reporter we're all following obsessively, , & the essential
Yes! I clearly remember reading 's tweets in January about #Covid_19, well before the name was coined! Famous words: “Not liking the look of this” Bravo, Helen, for the amazing reporting! 🇨🇦's proud!
from here on out, whenever comes on ' podcast, we will need to introduce her as "a godlike figure," sorry, i don't make the rules
So proud of and everyone at Stat. They're had a much better winter/spring than the Red Sox, that's for sure // . The Medical News Site That Saw the Coronavirus Coming Months Ago
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Credit where due: gets a glowing write-up in the
Really good to see getting this kind of attention. 👉🏼It has attracted nearly 30 million unique visitors this year (4-5x its usual traffic)
Nice well-deserved profile of of and her amazing journalism on #Ebola and #COVID19
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via Nice recognition.
So cool to see STAT, and especially the awesome , featured in the !