Awards & Press


Top 2015 Startups: Infectious Disease

nuviun June 05, 2015

Sue Aman receives ProMED-mail 2013 Anniversary Award

ProMED-mail October 02, 2013

App of the Day: HealthMap's Outbreaks Near Me

News 10 ABC January 22, 2013

Dr. John Brownstein Wins Prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)

U.S. National Library of Medicine October 23, 2011

National Design Triennial: Why Design Now

Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum May 13, 2010

Englebart Prize for Best New Collaborative Tool presented at conference at The Tech Museum

The Tech Museum of Innovation March 10, 2010


Boston Children’s and Klick Health bring VR to pediatric GI patients

Erin Dietsche
MedCity News March 18, 2018

Health centralization platform 1upHealth wins government data challenge

Laura Lovett
Mobi Health News March 13, 2018

What Will Health Care Look Like Once Smart Speakers Are Everywhere?

Harvard Business Review March 07, 2018

Virtual Reality Platform Utilized At Boston Children’s Hospital and Klick Health

Meagan Fulps
Patient Worthy March 06, 2018

VR System to Let Pediatric Patients Peek at Their Insides

S. Himmelstein
Electronics 360 March 05, 2018

Virtual reality lets doctors guide you through your own guts

Becca Caddy
New Scientist March 05, 2018

Fantastic VR Voyage Inside The Body at Boston Children’s Hospital

Rebecca Hills-Duty
VR Board IO March 02, 2018

Boston Children's and Klick Health release VR platform to help increase pediatric patient understanding

Leo Vartorella
Becker's Hospital Review February 28, 2018

Children’s using VR to help heal

Jordan Graham
Boston Herald February 28, 2018

Boston Children’s Hospital Powers Pediatric Patients with Virtual Reality to Visualize Their Insides

Fred Pennic
HIT Consultant February 28, 2018

How VR Can Boost Individualized Patient Education, Care Experience

Sara Heath
Patient Engagement HIT February 28, 2018

Bloomberg Markets: Macy’s Surprise Sales, Voyage Thru the Body

Bloomberg February 27, 2018

This VR Tool Could Make Kids A Lot Less Scared Of Medical Procedures

Daniel Terdiman
FastCompany February 27, 2018

Boston Children's Hospital uses VR to show young patients their insides

Laura Lovett
Mobi Health News February 27, 2018

First understanding, next adherence? Using VR to help kids visualize medical findings

Laura Entis
MM&M February 27, 2018

Spotlight on: Nutrimedy, StartHub’s Startup to Watch for Feb 2018

StartHub February 27, 2018

Michelle Obama headlines Klick Health event showcasing pharma, doctors and tech entrepreneurs

Beth Snyder Bulik
Fierce Pharma February 26, 2018

Where’s the Flu? New Apps Can Pinpoint Illness Outbreaks

Bob Curley
Heathline February 21, 2018

Boston Children’s Hospital will track social media to catch signs of outbreaks

Jordan Graham
Boston Herald February 15, 2018

Boston Pediatric Device Consortium Announce 5 Pediatric Medical Device Challenge Winners

Benjamin Ross
Clinical Informatics News February 08, 2018

Digital epidemiology takes on the flu with help from you

Nicole Laskowski
Total CIO January 30, 2018

Can Social Media Help Us Spot Vaccine Scares and Predict Outbreaks?

Nathan Hurst
Smithsonian January 19, 2018

Boston Children's Hospital and Boston Pediatric Device Consortium Announce Pediatric Medical Device Challenge Winners

Cision PR Newswire January 18, 2018

Preventing sports injuries through clinician-to-technician communication

Connor Ertz
Notes October 19, 2017

How a Boston-based startup is changing non-emergency medical transportation

Wyatt Cmar
State Scoop October 09, 2017

New Boston Children’s app aims to aid doc productivity, cut burnout

Joseph Goedert
Health Data Management October 05, 2017

Dock Health’s shared ‘to do’ list for clinical teams — so basic, so necessary

Nancy Fliesler
Vector October 03, 2017

Boston Children’s Unveils Task Manager for Clinical Teams

David Raths
Healthcare Informatics October 02, 2017

Podcast: Provider Adoption of Digital Health

Megan Zweig
Rock Health September 25, 2017

From clinician to clinician-innovator: Designing a surgical innovation fellowship

Gabriel Ramos, MD
Vector September 22, 2017

From idea to product: 6 tips for surgical innovators

Gabriel Ramos, MD
Vector September 21, 2017

Boston Children's Hospital Launches Pediatric Medical Device Challenge

Heather Landi
Healthcare Informatics September 11, 2017

Boston-based ride service Circulation raises $10 million

Andy Rosen
Boston Globe July 25, 2017

Healthcare gets a new website domain with .health

Rachel Arndt
Modern Healthcare July 20, 2017

5 Ways the Patient Experience Will Change in the Future

Children's Hospitals Today July 19, 2017

When Children Can Benefit From Playing Videogames

Sumathi Reddy
Wall Street Journal July 17, 2017

When big tech companies want to get into health, they call this Harvard researcher

Christina Farr
CNBC July 08, 2017

11 leading innovators in Healthcare IT

HealthData Management June 27, 2017

Boston Children's Hospital and Duke collaborate to create CareKit-based pediatric health-tracking app

Heather Mack
Mobi Health News June 14, 2017

Boston Children's releases app to help parents track care

Leo Vartorella
Becker's Health IT & CIO Review June 13, 2017

Boston Children's Hospital Caremap iPhone app utilizes CareKit to track, share pediatric data

Mike Wuerthele
AppleInsider June 13, 2017

Under the hood of healthcare innovation: Jared Hawkins and the digital phenotype

Greg Weintraub
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog June 08, 2017

Under the hood of healthcare innovation: Gajen Sunthara and leveraging EHRs

Greg Weintraub
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog June 01, 2017

Boston Children’s emerges as digital health innovator and accelerator

Greg Slabodkin
Health Data Management May 25, 2017

Wearable device helps predict flu outbreaks faster

Amy Wallace
United Press International May 19, 2017

Predicting influenza outbreaks faster with a digitally-empowered wearable device

Science Daily May 19, 2017

2017 Innovators’ Showcase spotlights healthcare decision support

Nancy Fliesler
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog April 05, 2017

Top 40 Healthcare Transformers of 2017

Medical Marketing & Media April 04, 2017

This is New England Speaks: Boston Children's Hospital

NBC Boston March 03, 2017

Four prototyping strategies to test your healthcare innovation

Matthew Murphy
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog February 28, 2017

40 Codman Academy students visit IDHA at Boston Children’s Hospital

Dorchester Reporter February 09, 2017

A guide to market sizing for healthcare innovators

Matthew Murphy
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog February 03, 2017

A healthcare Innovator’s Roadmap: 4 steps for developing a business model

Matthew Murphy
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog January 27, 2017

I've owned an Amazon Echo for over a year now — here are my 19 favorite features

Dave Smith
Business Insider January 02, 2017

7 digital health predictions for 2017

Nancy Fliesler
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog December 27, 2016

PULSE@MassChallenge Unveils First-Ever Digital Health Cohort

MassChallenge Press Release December 13, 2016

PULSE@MassChallenge Just Revealed the 31 Startups in Its 1st Digital Health Cohort

Dylan Martin
BostInno December 13, 2016

Following MedStar partnership, Uber hires new team to work with providers

Jonah Comstock
Mobi Health News December 12, 2016

2 Firms Partner on Digital Diagnostics for Pediatric Diseases

Ryan Bushey
R&D Mag December 02, 2016

GE Healthcare, Boston Children’s join to aid pediatric scans

Joseph Goedert
Health Data Management November 29, 2016

GE, Boston Children’s Partner to Develop App for Pediatric Brain Scans

Jasmine Pennic
HIT Consultant November 29, 2016

Why Pediatricians of the Future May Know Code

The Pulse, GE Healthcare
November 28, 2016

GE, Children’s Hospital form medical software venture

Priyanka Dayal McCluskey
Boston Globe November 28, 2016

Why Pediatricians of the Future May Know Code

The Pulse, GE Healthcare November 28, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital and GE Healthcare Working Together to Create Smart Imaging Technology to Better Detect Pediatric Brain Disorders

PR Newswire, Boston Children's Hospital November 28, 2016

Boston Children’s, GE Develop on Smart Imaging Technology

Elizabeth O'Dowd
HIT Infrastructre November 28, 2016

Boston Children’s, GE Healthcare Collaborating to Improve Detection of Pediatric Brain Disorders

Heather Landi
Healthcare Informatics November 28, 2016

Let’s take care of each other

Dr. John Brownstein
UBER Newsroom October 31, 2016

Get a Free Flu Shot Today, Courtesy of Uber

Alex E. Weaver
BostInno October 31, 2016

Uber is giving out free flu shots

Emma Hinchliffe
Mashable October 31, 2016

Health care wants YOU: 9 opportunities, 4 pearls for digital health startups

Nancy Fliesler
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog October 24, 2016

Post-millennial hackers build hospitals of the future in Minecraft

Greg Weintraub
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog October 07, 2016

Meet the 21 women in Rev Boston’s second cohort

Sarah A. Downey
Accomplice October 07, 2016

Uber, Lyft busy chasing healthcare market sans smartphone

Arundhati Parmar
MedCity News October 03, 2016

Uber partners with startup to help patients get to the doctor

Priyanka Dayal McCluskey
Boston Globe September 27, 2016

Uber, Lyft gear up to help get patients clinical trial sites

Jonah Comstock
Mobi Health News September 20, 2016

Keeping Up with Amazon Alexa’s Healthcare Potential

HIS Talk September 07, 2016

Zika outbreaks most likely to hit eight countries in Asia, Africa

Lena H. Sun
The Washington Post September 07, 2016

Where's Zika Going Next? Maybe China, India, or Nigeria

Maria Cheng
ABC News September 07, 2016

Healthcare’s struggle with social media continues, but help may be forthcoming

Neil Versel
MedCity News August 17, 2016

Tracking the public health effects of the Rio Olympics: HealthMap

Kara Sewalk
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog August 11, 2016

Why I Used Uber Instead of an Ambulance

Chandra Steele
PC Mag July 20, 2016

Withings' incredibly sophisticated thermometer is now available

Romain Dillet
Tech Crunch July 20, 2016

Withings releases Thermo, the first FDA-cleared & Wi-Fi connected temporal thermometer

Greg Barbosa
9to5 Mac July 19, 2016

Withings Thermo passes FDA approval, is available now

Chaim Gartenberg
The Verge July 19, 2016

Nokia, Withings launch Thermo, a wifi-enabled, FDA-cleared thermometer

Heather Mack
Mobi Health News July 18, 2016

Traveling this summer? What to know about Zika virus

Carmen Heredia Rodriguez
Miami Herald July 08, 2016

Disease detection platform maps Zika fast -- with surprising accuracy

Suzette Lohmeyer
GCN June 29, 2016

Can Web Search Predict Cancer? Promise And Worry Of Big Data And Health Facebook Twitter Google+ Email

Alina Selyukh
NPR June 10, 2016

Bringing voice technology to healthcare: Hacking with Amazon’s Alexa

Colleen Nguyen
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog June 07, 2016

Amazon Echo’s Alexa has great potential in healthcare

David E. Williams
MedCity News June 02, 2016

'Alexa, pull those lab results': A hospital tries out virtual assistants

John Blanding
STAT May 31, 2016

Researchers At Boston Children’s To Study Body Temperature

Dr. Mallika Marshall
CBS Boston May 24, 2016

Researchers devise model to predict flu outbreaks

Stephen Feller
UPI May 16, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital creates mHealth development guide

Judy Mottl
Fierce Mobile Healthcare May 15, 2016

EMR data helps Boston Children’s predict flu cases in real time

Sandra Levy
MedCity News May 13, 2016

Boston Children's big data effort provides near real-time influenza tracking

Greg Slabodkin
Health Data Management May 12, 2016

STAT Morning Rounds

Megan Thielking
STAT May 11, 2016

StrabisPIX: Assessing strabismus from patients’ smartphone photos

Matthew Murphy
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog May 04, 2016

The 2016 MedTech Boston 40 Under 40 Healthcare Innovators

MedTech Boston May 03, 2016

‘Containment’ is an over-the-top, blood-spattered TV drama that’s sure to find viewers. But is it for public health audiences?

The Nation's Health April 28, 2016

Reimagining connected health through home hubs

Nitin Gujral
Boston Children's Hospital Vector blog April 25, 2016

Amazon Echo now gives health advice and helps you find a plumber

Rich McCormick
The Verge April 21, 2016

Amazon Echo Will Answer Questions On Your Kid’s Health

Tyler Lee
Ubergizmo April 21, 2016

Amazon Echo can now advise you on your kids’ health

David Curry
ReadWrite April 21, 2016

Morning Read

Neil Versel
MedCity News April 21, 2016

Amazon Echo now gives health advice about your child and will help you find a plumber

Hyacinth Mascarenhas
International Business Times (UK) April 21, 2016

Amazon Echo can answer questions about your kid's health

Mariella Moon
Engadget April 21, 2016

Amazon's Alexa to offer health advice through new partnership with Boston Children's

Carrie Pallardy
Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review April 21, 2016

Amazon Echo can now answer questions about your child’s health, recite haikus and more April 21, 2016

Latest Update Brings ‘KidsMD’ Diagnostic Tool To Amazon Echo

Kishalaya Kundu
Android Headlines April 21, 2016

Amazon Echo can now answer questions about your child's health, recite haikus and more

Jared Dipane
Android Central April 21, 2016

Map: Do you live in an area where Zika could strike?

Nsikan Akpan
PBS News Hour April 20, 2016

New Map Finds 2 Billion People At Risk of Zika Virus

Maggie Fox
NBC News April 20, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital uses Apple's ResearchKit framework for fever study

Max Green
Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review April 18, 2016

Boston Children’s Hospital wants your help with a ResearchKit project to measure body temps

Ben Lovejoy
9to5Mac April 18, 2016

App Geeft Medisch Avies Via Luidspreker

de Ingenieur April 14, 2016

New KidsMD Alexa skill device allows parents to get easier to access medical information

MyInforms April 14, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital launches cloud-based education on Amazon Alexa-enabled devices

MedicalXpress April 14, 2016

New KidsMD Alexa skill device allows parents to get easier to access medical information

News Medical April 14, 2016


HISTalk Blog April 14, 2016

Amazon's Alexa to offer health advice through new partnership with Boston Children's

Carrie Pallardy
Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review April 14, 2016

Amazon Alexa Adds Health Advice With Boston Children’s Hospital App

Jeff Engel
Xconomy April 14, 2016

A doctor’s wisdom, now emanating from your Amazon Echo

Megan Thielking
STAT April 14, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital launches Amazon Alexa app KidsMD

Jonah Comstock
Healthcare IT News April 14, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital launches KidsMD, an app for Amazon's Alexa

Jonah Comstock
Mobihealthnews April 14, 2016

At What Temperature Do You Really Have a Fever?

Sumathi Reddy
The Wall Street Journal April 12, 2016

What 10 innovation teams look like

Sara Holoubek
Medical Marketing and Media April 12, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital launches app-based study to research fevers

Judy Mottl
Fierce Mobile Healthcare April 11, 2016

Boston Children's CIO talks new accelerator, Amazon Echo partnership

Jonah Comstock
Mobihealthnews April 11, 2016

Boston Children's CIO focused on building culture of innovation

Katie Dvorak
Fierce Health IT April 01, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital launches public fever study based on Apple's ResearchKit

Roger Fingas
Apple Insider March 30, 2016

Use Feverprints to better understand your body temperature

Timothy J. Seppala
Engadget March 30, 2016

Researchers Are Trying to Use an iPhone App to Understand Body Temperature

Chris Mills
Gizmodo March 30, 2016

Boston Children’s Hospital Launches Apple ResearchKit-Based App to Study Fever

Heather Landi
Healthcare Informatics March 30, 2016

Boston Children’s launches Apple ResearchKit-based Feverprints app

Bernie Monegain
Healthcare IT News March 30, 2016

Boston Children’s Hospital Launches ResearchKit App Feverprints

HIT Consultant March 30, 2016

ResearchKit app to help Boston Children’s study fevers

Neil Versel
MedCityNews March 30, 2016

Boston Children's second ResearchKit study aims to better understand fever

Jonah Comstock
Mobihealthnews March 30, 2016

From Alexa to Watson, Boston Children’s Hospital Ups Digital Focus

Jeff Engel
Xconomy March 30, 2016

Un marché friand de technologies de pointe

lesaffaires March 30, 2016

How the digital exhaust of social media data can predict gun violence

The Guardian March 15, 2016

Fenway's Landmark Center lands Boston Children's, Harvard Pilgrim as tenants

Jessica Bartlett
Boston Business Journal February 11, 2016

Dr. John Brownstein's HealthMap Tracks Zika Virus

Matt Baskin
WGBH February 11, 2016

Using Social Media to Forecast the Flu

Paula Sokolska
MedTech Boston December 21, 2015

Disease Sleuths Analyze Google Searches To Stop Infections

Mary Chris Jaklevic
NPR December 11, 2015

Many children not vaccinated in timely manner

Megan Scudellari
Boston Globe December 08, 2015

Healthland Uber Alles: Uber Brings Preventive Health Care Home

Paul Spector
Huffington Post December 07, 2015

Uber Experiments With On-Demand Flu Shots

David Murphy
PCMag November 30, 2015

Twitter Streams Fuel Big Data Approaches to Health Forecasting

Bridget M. Kuehn
JAMA November 30, 2015

Uber brings flu shots to users’ doorsteps

Lena H. Sun
The Washington Post November 23, 2015

Let UberHealth deliver your flu shot this year

Kevin Farrell
USA Today November 23, 2015

Uber wants to give you a flu shot, and may have greater health ambitions

Caitlin Huston
MarketWatch November 23, 2015

Dr. Uber on Call Today

Alex Lindley
Daily Rx November 23, 2015

Uber makes house calls: Free flu shots Thursday

Brian Mastroianni
CBS November 23, 2015

The Uber Will See You Now

Stephanie M. Lee
BuzzFeed November 23, 2015

UberHealth Is Bringing Flu Prevention to Your Doorstep

Jamie Ducharme
Boston Magazine November 23, 2015

Need a flu shot? You can Uber that

Hilary Sargent November 23, 2015

Uber Delivering Flu Shots in 4 New England Cities

NECN-TV November 23, 2015

Uber Delivering Flu Shots In Boston Area Thursday

Karen Twomey
CBS Boston November 23, 2015

UberHealth to deliver flu shots in Boston area Thursday

Nidhi Subbaraman
BetaBoston November 23, 2015

Uber delivers flu shots in 36 cities, in one-day experiment

Felice J. Freyer
Boston Globe November 23, 2015

With slew of partnerships, Uber rolls up to healthcare space

Jonah Comstock
MobiHealthNews November 23, 2015

Boston Children’s Will Use IBM Watson to Improve Rare Disease Treatment

Jamie Ducharme
Boston Magazine November 16, 2015

Boston Children’s shares pilot results from discharge app, inks deals with Rock Health, IBM

Aditi Pai
MobihealthNews November 16, 2015

Boston Children's Hospital to help California VC firm launch startups

Jessica Bartlett
Boston Business Journal November 16, 2015

IBM Watson Health, Boston Children’s team up to study rare diseases

Nidhi Subbaraman
BetaBoston November 16, 2015

Using Crowdsourcing to Track the Next Viral Disease Outbreak

The Takeaway November 03, 2015

Vomiting Up Brunch? Your Angry Tweet May Save Others From Food Poisoning

Chelsea Rice
WBUR November 02, 2015

Using Social Media to Forecast the Flu

Paula Sokolska
MedTech Boston October 30, 2015

Infectious Disease Cyber Detectives Keep Governments Accountable

Elizabeth Ross
WGBH October 29, 2015

Patient tweets may reveal insights into health outcomes, hospital experiences

Ilene MacDonald
Fierce Healthcare October 14, 2015

Modern Healthcare Up & Comers: 2015

Modern Healthcare October 13, 2015

Recap: Boston Gets Advice with UberMENTOR

Justin L
Uber Newsroom October 13, 2015

Here are the BBJ's 40 Under 40 honorees for 2015

Boston Business Journal September 28, 2015

Google closes Flu Trends, will send data to researchers at Boston Children’s, CDC

Nidhi Subbaraman
The Boston Globe August 27, 2015

Google Flu Trends calls out sick, indefinitely

Fred O'Connor
PC World August 21, 2015

Not Vaccinating Children Is the Greater Risk

Jane E. Brody
The New York Times August 17, 2015

Can Twitter and Yelp really help spot a salmonella outbreak?

Brady Dennis
The Washington Post August 17, 2015

Can Tweets Trace Food Poisoning Outbreaks?

Claudia Hammond
BBC August 17, 2015

Boston Children’s John Brownstein talks healthcare innovation

Neil Versel
medcitynews July 24, 2015

Using Twitter data to study the world's health

Elaine Reddy
Twitter Blog July 22, 2015

My work, my life: John Brownstein, PhD

Vector - Boston Children's Hospital July 22, 2015

Want to spot an outbreak before your friends? Look at this map

Miles O’Brien
PBS NewsHour July 06, 2015

Meet the New CIO of Boston Children’s Hospital: John Brownstein

Olivia Japlon
MedTech Boston July 01, 2015

Why Your Doctor Might Want To Track Your Tweets

Rachel Zimmerman
WBUR June 29, 2015

These Countries Are At The Center of The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Justin Worland
Time June 22, 2015

Study: Night owl Twitter users provide insight into sleep disorders

Tyler Pager
USA Today June 17, 2015

Insomnia? Your tweets may show it

Nidhi Subbaraman
The Boston Globe June 16, 2015

Boston Children’s Hospital Is Using Twitter For a Sleep Study

Melissa Malamut
Boston Magazine June 16, 2015

Twitter data to help treat sleep disorders

The Times of India June 16, 2015

Web detectives fight illegal poachers

Catherine Woods
PBS June 16, 2015

Here’s how to start breaking down the illegal wildlife trade

Chelsea Harvey
The Washington Post June 16, 2015

Using News Reports to Track Wildlife Black Markets

Sophia Chen
Wired June 16, 2015

Boston Children’s taps John Brownstein as Chief Innovation Officer

Jonah Comstock
MobiHealthNews June 16, 2015

Viral Superspreader? How One Man Triggered A Deadly MERS Outbreak

Michaeleen Doucleff
NPR June 08, 2015

Inside the $105 million lab that wants to wipe out MERS and Ebola

Nsikan Akpan
PBS June 08, 2015

Harvard doctors argue the digital phenotype will change healthcare

Jonah Comstock
MobiHealthNews May 08, 2015

How social media can be used to track disease outbreaks

Stephanie Ocano
Healthcare Global May 08, 2015

A temperature monitor for babies gives new parents peace of mind

Nidhi Subbaraman
BetaBoston April 28, 2015

Boston Children’s Hospital shows off four new internally developed digital health tools

Aditi Pai
MobiHealthNews April 16, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak linked to low vaccination rates

Lisa Rapaport
KDAL March 24, 2015

Study: Measles outbreak fueled by vaccine refusal

Sarah Ferris
The Hill March 24, 2015

Low vaccination rates to be blamed for the recent measles outbreak

Paola Celedonio
Diabetes Insider March 24, 2015

What's Likely Behind the Disneyland Measles Outbreak

Daily Rx March 24, 2015

US measles outbreak linked to low vaccine rate

Daily Mail March 24, 2015

​Worried about measles at Disney? Blame low vaccination rates

Craig Douglas
Boston Business Journal March 24, 2015

Measles: Disneyland outbreak caused by poor vaccine compliance; Quebec total now 139

Robert Herriman
Outbreak News Today March 24, 2015

Low Vaccination Rates Likely Behind Disney Measles Outbreak

Steven Reinberg March 24, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak linked to low vaccination rates, researchers say

Jenna Chandler
Orange Country Register March 24, 2015

2015 Measles Outbreak Fueled By Low Vaccination Rates

Kathleen Lees
Science World Report March 24, 2015

Disneyland Measles Outbreak Confirmed to Be Linked to Low Vaccination Rates

Cari Nierenberg and LiveScience
Scientific American March 24, 2015

Low Vaccination Rates Helped Stoke Disneyland Measles Outbreak

KQED March 24, 2015

Measles Outbreak Linked to Low Vaccination Rates

University Herald March 24, 2015

Research Letter Suggests Substandard Vaccination to Blame for Measles Outbreak

Infection Control Today March 24, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak linked to low vaccine rate

New York Daily News March 24, 2015

How Many People Must Be Unvaccinated Before You Have to Worry About Getting Measles?

Francie Diep
Pacific Standard March 24, 2015

MMR Vaccination Rates Might Be As Low As 50 Percent

Doctors Lounge March 24, 2015

Confirmed: Disneyland Measles Outbreak Linked to Low Vaccination Rates

Cari Nierenberg
Live Science March 24, 2015

Vaccine refusal helped fuel Disneyland measles outbreak, study says

Karen Kaplan
LA Times March 24, 2015

California measles outbreak fueled by parents who failed to vaccinate children – study

Lauren Gambino
The Guardian March 24, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak linked to low vaccination rates

Fox News March 24, 2015

Yes, Dangerously Low Vaccination Rates Are Fueling The Measles Outbreak

George Dvorsky
io9 March 24, 2015

No Shit: Disneyland Measles Outbreak Linked to Anti-Vaxxers

Kara Brown
Jezebel March 24, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak linked to low vaccination rates

MSN March 24, 2015

Pediatric Medical Researchers Blame Disneyland Measles Outbreak on Anti-Vaxxers

Matt Coker
OC Weekly March 24, 2015

Disneyland Measles Outbreak Linked to Places With Low Vaccination Rates

Alexandra Sifferlin
Time March 24, 2015

Most of those infected in Disneyland measles outbreak not vaccinated

Toronto Sun March 24, 2015

Low vaccination rates linked with Disneyland measles outbreak

Brooks Hays
UPI March 24, 2015

Data suggest low vaccination rates, measles outbreak related

Vaccine News Daily March 24, 2015

Low Vaccination Rates Set The Stage For Disneyland Measles Outbreak

Lisa Rapaport
Huffington Post March 17, 2015

Low Vaccination Rates Likely Behind Disney Measles Outbreak: Stud

Steven Reinberg
HealthDay March 17, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak linked to low vaccination rates

Lisa Rapaport
Reuters March 17, 2015

Low vaccination rates fuel the 2015 measles outbreak

Medical Xpress March 17, 2015

Disneyland measles outbreak: Vaccination rate as low as 50% in California, Arizona and Illinois

Hannah Osborne
International Business Times March 17, 2015

Yes, Low Immunization Rates Are Responsible For The Measles Outbreak, Study Suggests

Lisa Rapaport
Forbes March 17, 2015

Vaccination Gaps Helped Fuel Disneyland Measles Spread

Scott Hensley
NPR March 17, 2015

Low Vaccination Rates Likely Behind Disney Measles Outbreak: Study

Steven Reinberg
US News March 17, 2015

Confirmed: Disneyland Measles Outbreak Linked to Low Vaccination Rates

Cari Nierenberg
Yahoo News March 17, 2015

Malaria: Down but not out

Alvin Powell
Harvard Gazette February 24, 2015

Forecasts may soon predict flu patterns

Felice J. Freyer
The Boston Globe February 04, 2015

Forecasts may soon predict flu patterns

Felice J. Freyer
Boston Globe February 03, 2015

HealthMap—Online Technology to Transform Public Health

Ben Heubl
nuviun January 22, 2015

Using Social Media Data to Identify Outbreaks and Control Disease

Justine Brown
Government Technology January 08, 2015

HealthMap - Year in Review

Colleen Nguyen
HealthMap January 01, 2015

Uber Boosts Brand Perception With On-Demand Health Care

Julie Davis
American Marketing Association December 19, 2014

Illness Can Be Mapped by Social Media Use, Says Expert

Donna Balancia
HNGN December 14, 2014

Can Social Media Aid Public Health?

Shannon Firth
MedPage Today December 14, 2014

Neighborhood [sick] watch: The push to share and collect illness data online

Stephanie Baum
Med City News December 12, 2014

Taking on Ebola with Twitter

Eric Wicklund
mHealthNews December 12, 2014

Ebola Mappers Track Epidemic in Real Time

Nikita Japra
NBC News November 24, 2014

How Open Data Helps Detect Disease Outbreak

Samuel Lee
The World Bank November 05, 2014

New England researchers help shape the fight on Ebola

Carolyn Y. Johnson
The Boston Globe November 03, 2014

Researchers Tap Web Chatter To Figure Out Who's Sick

Alison Bruzek
NPR November 03, 2014

Ebola Crisis: Digital Disease Detection Systems Join the Fight

Laurence Cruz
Cisco October 28, 2014

Ebola sous surveillance

ICI Radio Canada October 27, 2014

Big Data: An Ebola Outbreak Cure?

Joe Panettieri
Information Management October 27, 2014

Twitter grants select researchers access to its public database

Mohana Ravindranath
The Washington Post October 26, 2014

Uber's one-shot deal: Flu vaccine at your doorstep

Karen Weintraub
USA Today October 24, 2014

We could’ve stopped Ebola if we’d listened to the data

Caitlin Rivers
Quartz October 24, 2014

Today, Until 3 P.M., You Can Uber Your Flu Shot (Hurry!)

Lexi Petronis
Glamour October 23, 2014

Uber Tests On-Demand Flu Shots in 3 Major Cities

Ben Popken
NBC News October 23, 2014

Uber tests on-demand flu shots in Boston

David Harris
Boston Business Journal October 23, 2014

Now there's an Uber for flu shots

Ben Popken
Today Money October 23, 2014

Uber Partners With Vaccine Finder To Bring A Free Flu Shot To You

Matt Burns
TechCrunch October 23, 2014

Need a flu shot? Uber it

Joanne Kenen
Politico October 23, 2014

Uber Wants To Give You A Flu Shot. Would You Let Them?

Dan Diamond
Forbes October 23, 2014

Uber brings on-demand flu shots to Boston, NYC and DC for a day

Chris Velazco
Engadget October 23, 2014

Uber offers flu shots on wheels

Dan Adams
The Boston Globe October 23, 2014

Uber Piloted a Flu-Shot Delivery Service Today...Sort of

Galen Moore
BostInno October 23, 2014

Uber Turns From Taxis to Nurses With Home Delivery of Flu Shots

Gillian Mohney
ABC News October 23, 2014

Uber Delivers Flu Shots: How On-Demand Tech Can Actually Do Good

Marcus Wohlsen
Wired October 23, 2014

How cell phones can help predict where Ebola will break out next

Allison Jackson
Global Post October 23, 2014

You Can Use This Boston-Born Online Tool to Track the Spread of the Ebola Virus

Lauren Landry
BostInno October 22, 2014

Battle Over Ebola Travel Ban: Health Officials Call It a Big Mistake

Amy Langfield and Ben Popken
NBC News October 19, 2014

Health experts say Faneuil Hall hair salon sign ‘fear-mongering’

Lindsay Kalter
Boston Herald October 19, 2014

Scientists use technology to track Ebola

CCTV America October 15, 2014

As another flu season approaches, health tech will play an educational role

Elizabeth Armstrong Moore
GIGAOM October 12, 2014

Fewer new cases of enterovirus being reported

Laura Ingle
Fox News October 10, 2014

Enterovirus death reported as outbreak apparently wanes

Karen Weintraub
USA Today October 06, 2014

HealthMap tracks Ebola’s footprints online, preparing for the next big outbreak

Nidhi Subbaraman
BetaBoston October 06, 2014

Ebola Hits U.S. Shores… Tech to the Rescue?

Marty Biancuzzo
Wall Street Daily October 05, 2014

You can track Ebola’s US spread with these 5 tools

Tavis J. Hampton
Silicon Angle October 05, 2014

Yelp reviews and Twitter can track food poisoning sources, Harvard study finds

Nidhi Subbaraman
BetaBoston September 29, 2014

Smart Machines Join Humans in Tracking Africa Ebola Outbreak

Larry Greenemeier
Scientific American September 25, 2014

12 Alarming Numbers About The Ebola Crisis

Erin Brodwin
Business Insider September 25, 2014

Why health officials are worried about bringing Ebola to the Hajj pilgrimage

Julia Belluz
Vox September 24, 2014

Ebola Maps: Tracking the deadly disease across West Africa

Mike Wheatley
Silicon Angle September 24, 2014

Ebola Outbreak: How The Internet Is Changing The Way Health Officials Predict Deadly Epidemics

Philip Ross
International Business Times September 24, 2014

Chasing Ebola

Danielle Elliot
The Atlantic September 24, 2014

The worst-case scenario for Ebola

Julia Belluz
Vox September 23, 2014

Ebola Epidemic Could Top a Million Victims If Not Contained, CDC Warns

Karen Weintraub
National Geographic September 23, 2014

Why officials will be using Yelp reviews to track food-poisoning outbreaks

Julia Belluz
Vox September 16, 2014

A Diplomat Infects A Doctor As Ebola Spreads In Nigeria

Richard Knox
NPR September 08, 2014

Ebola map shows people in more African regions risk infection from animals

Kate Kelland
Reuters September 08, 2014

Can social media help contain ebola?

Simon Engler
Foreign Policy September 05, 2014

Visualizing Global Studies: HGHI Co-sponsors Mapping Workshop for Educators

Harvard Global Health Institute September 05, 2014

Boston researchers trying to forecast Ebola’s spread, but more data would help

Nidhi Subbaraman
BetaBoston September 04, 2014

How an algorithm detected the Ebola outbreak a week early, and what it could do next

Lyndsey Gilpin
TechRepublic August 26, 2014

Social Data for Ebola Surveillance

Jyoti Madhusoodanan
The Scientist August 26, 2014

Cell-Phone Data Might Help Predict Ebola’s Spread

David Talbot
MIT Technology Review August 26, 2014

Can Twitter Help Predict Foodborne Illnesses?

Victoria Kabak
Government Technology August 25, 2014

WHO: Ebola outbreak in Africa likely underestimated

Karen Weintraub
USA Today August 25, 2014

Ebola: Bringing mHealth to bear

Eric Wicklund
mHealth News August 22, 2014

HealthMap on the Doctors

The Doctors TV Show August 19, 2014

HealthMap on BNN

Business News Network August 18, 2014

Twitter Data Grants and Public Health

Victoria Kabak
Data-Smart CitySolutions August 15, 2014

How This Algorithm Detected The Ebola Outbreak Before Humans Could

John Paul Titlow
Fast Company August 13, 2014

Algorithm Detected Ebola Outbreak Before Official Alerts

Morgen Peck
IEEE Spectrum August 13, 2014

Ebola was flagged up by computer software nine days before it was announced

Ellie Zolfagharifard
Mail Online August 12, 2014

Tracking Ebola through online data

Ben Johnson
NPR Marketplace August 12, 2014

Web-based tool was first to spot Ebola

Mike Miliard
Healthcare IT News August 12, 2014

An Algorithm Spotted the Ebola Outbreak Nine Days Before WHO Announced It

Zoë Schlanger
News Week August 11, 2014

Here's how researchers in Boston spotted the Ebola outbreak before the World Health Organization

Timothy McGrath
Global Post August 11, 2014

How A Computer Algorithm Predicted West Africa’s Ebola Outbreak Before It Was Announced

Public Health Watch August 11, 2014

Where the Ebola outbreak is most likely to spread next

Julia Belluz
Vox August 11, 2014

HealthMap Uses Social Media to Help Track Ebola

Associated Press Television August 10, 2014

How mapping the Ebola outbreak may ease future health crises

Vicky Pasquantonio
PBS August 10, 2014

Ebola Detected By Website Nine Days Before WHO

Jayalakshmi K , Richard Cosgrove
International Business Times August 10, 2014

Boston trackers chart Ebola outbreak

Lindsay Kalter
Boston Herald August 09, 2014

Ebola Outbreak Flagged By Online Tool Before Formal WHO Announcement

Rodrique Ngowi
Huffington Post August 09, 2014

Online Ebola Tracker Beats WHO to the Punch

John Johnson
Newser August 09, 2014

US bots flagged Ebola before outbreak announced

Rodrique Ngowi
Yahoo News August 09, 2014

Site found Ebola outbreak first

Investors Business Daily August 08, 2014

Local Researchers Monitor Infectious Disease Outbreaks Around The World

Jim Armstrong
CBS Boston August 08, 2014

Digital health map tracks new Ebola cases in real time

Deborah Kotz
Boston Globe August 07, 2014

Meet the Bots That Knew Ebola Was Coming

Michael Scherer
Time August 05, 2014

Ebola Interactive Map Shows Virus Spread

Sydney Lupkin
ABC News August 05, 2014

Tracking ebola: 8 internet resources to help keep abreast of the epidemic

Andy Walker
memeburn August 05, 2014

Elaboran modelos para predecir casos de hantavirus en Chile

Cristina G. Pedraz
DICYT August 04, 2014

Social data a new source for disease surveillance

Shaun Sutner
TechTarget July 24, 2014

Fighting infectious diseases with the power of social media

Heather Unruh
WCVB-TV May 22, 2014

Tracking MERS With HealthMap

STRATEGY Magazine May 20, 2014

Searching Social Media for Drug Side Effects

John Tozzi
BloombergBusinessWeek May 19, 2014

Could Climate Change Spread Ticks and Mosquitoes In Connecticut?

Alan Yu
NPR May 13, 2014

Using Twitter as tool to track side effects from drugs

Deborah Kotz
The Boston Globe May 01, 2014

Sharing the Wealth

Jef Akst
The Scientist May 01, 2014

Twitter is rich with adverse drug reaction data, but it’s hard to parse

Jonah Comstock
Mobi Health News May 01, 2014

These 6 research projects just got special access to our tweets

Fran Berkman
The Daily Dot April 24, 2014

Using new technology and data collection for the public good

WBEZ's Morning Shift April 24, 2014

Harvard Medical School Researchers Awarded Twitter Data Grant

The Harvard Crimson April 23, 2014

Wikipedia Proves Useful for Tracking Flu

Matthew Hilburn
Voice of America April 23, 2014

Twitter offers data grants to three health-related projects

Aditi Pai
Mobi Health News April 22, 2014

Using Twitter data, Harvard Medical School to study food poisoning

David Harris
Boston Business Journal April 22, 2014

Wikipedia searches and sick tweets predict flu cases

Aviva Rutkin
NewScientist April 18, 2014

Wikipedia beats Google in helping researchers track flu season

Agata Blaszczak-Boxe
Yahoo News April 18, 2014

Wikipedia hits help track flu spread

Dan Harrison
The Sydney Morning Herald April 18, 2014

Your germy digital footprints are everywhere. Scientists are watching.

Beth Skwarecki
PLOS Blogs April 18, 2014

The Quest To Predict Flu Outbreaks Moves From Google To Wikipedia

Jessica Leber
Fast Company April 18, 2014

Wikipedia Searches Trace the Spread of the Flu

Charles Q. Choi
Popular Mechanics April 18, 2014

Wikipedia is better than Google at tracking flu trends

Rachel Feltman
Quartz April 18, 2014

The Flu Tricked Google. Can Wikipedia Do Better?

Joshua Brustein
Bloomberg BusinessWeek April 18, 2014

Disease Outbreak Warnings Via Social Media Sought by U.S.

Kathleen Miller
Bloomberg BusinessWeek April 11, 2014

Open Source Intelligence Offers Crystal Ball Capability

George I. Seffers
April 01, 2014

The Inevitability of Predicting the Future

Tim De Chant
PBS March 25, 2014

Exploring Insomnia By Studying Social Media Habits

Bob Oakes
WBUR February 28, 2014

Boston Children’s, Merck mine social media to study sleep health

Jonah Comstock
MobiHealthNews February 27, 2014

See if there's flu near you

February 21, 2014

Data analysis allows researchers to predict disease outbreaks

Ray Locker
USA Today February 13, 2014

Social Media and Disease: There's an App for That

Michael Smith
MedPage Today February 04, 2014

The flu could be your friend on Valentine's Day

Kevin Hartnett February 03, 2014

Avoid the Flu During Travel With These Crowd-Sourced Tips

Melanie Lieberman
Travel and Leisure January 30, 2014

Latest flu-related tech is largely about the greater good, not you

Elizabeth Armstrong Moore
CNET January 28, 2014

20 Children Dead from Flu: Officially an Epidemic

ABC News Dr. Richard Besser January 20, 2014

Une compétition de virus est anticipée à Sotchi

Huffington Post Quebec January 18, 2014

Flu Near You Wants To Track Influenza Trends in U.S., Save Lives

Gideon Resnick
The Daily Beast January 11, 2014

E-cigarettes take social scene by storm

Helen Branswell
The Star Phoenix January 11, 2014

Flu Or Just Crud? Latest Wrinkle In Flu Tracking: Home Tests

Carey Goldberg
WBUR January 10, 2014

Flu Near You on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News January 09, 2014

Do I have the flu? (And why Big Data loves when you ask that)

Marketplace December 26, 2013

8 Apps That Will Save Your Life This Season

Miriam Rosen
The Weather Channel December 19, 2013

Dengue Fever: Another Formidable World Cup Opponent

Lynne Peeples
Huffington Post December 06, 2013

Trendspotting: 6 mapping trends that are good for business

David Strom
ITworld December 06, 2013

Vaccine Finder featured on the front page of November 01, 2013

Health I.T. vs. Influenza

Elizabeth Gardner
Health Data Management October 30, 2013

You may know a drug cocktail is dangerous before FDA

Chris Morris
CNBC October 29, 2013

Online Flu Tracking Not a Substitute for Shutdown CDC

Meg Wagner
Mashable October 12, 2013

CDC Hit By Shutdown But Others Track Flu

Carey Goldberg
wbur October 04, 2013

Flu season may be starting, but feds on furlough can't track it

JoNel Aleccia
NBC News October 03, 2013

Did you get your flu shot yet?

Dr. Claire McCarthy October 03, 2013

Gotten your flu vaccine yet? New app makes it easier to find one

Deborah Kotz September 26, 2013

How Cell Phones Are Transforming Health Care in Africa

Seth Berkley
MIT Technology Review September 12, 2013

The rise of the digital epidemiologist: Using big data to track outbreaks and disasters

Matthew Braga
Financial Post September 11, 2013

Pros and cons of disease tracking

Anja Kueppers
DW September 05, 2013

Screen Protector

Katie DuBoff
Harvard Medical School September 05, 2013

What Are the Chances of a Devastating Pandemic Occurring in the Next 50 Years?

Robyn Correll Carlyle
Huffington Post August 29, 2013

Can a New Tool Help Contain the Deadly MERS Virus?

Rebecca Chao
TechPresident August 05, 2013

Scientists study aftermath of Boston Marathon bombings

Carolyn Y. Johnson July 19, 2013

Research shows Twitter could be a tool for aid workers during events like the Boston bombings

Mathew Ingram
GigaOM July 04, 2013

In New Tools to Combat Epidemics, the Key Is Context

Amy O'Leary
The New York TImes June 19, 2013

Three Ways to Prepare for Overseas Travel

Deborah Kotz
The Boston Globe June 17, 2013

Facebook Can Help Track Obesity Rates Nased on What People 'Like' May 06, 2013

Study: Facebook Likes Predict Obesity

Lindsay Abrams
The Atlantic April 29, 2013

Mapping Disease

Ed Yong
The Scientist April 29, 2013

Could Facebook Assist Public Health Efforts to Track Obesity?

US News April 26, 2013

Do You 'Like' Game Of Thrones Or SoulCycle? New Study Links Facebook Activity To Obesity

Clare O'Connor
Forbes April 26, 2013

Researchers Can Tell How Healthy Your Neighborhood Is From Your Facebook Page

Emily Badger
The Atlantic Cities April 25, 2013

The Latest Tool for Tracking Obesity? Facebook Likes

Alexandra Sifferlin
TIME April 25, 2013

Facebook Knows If You're Fat

Dennis Romero
LA Weekly April 25, 2013

Facebook Activity Is Reflection Of U.S. Obesity Rates, Study Finds

Huffington Post April 25, 2013

As new viruses emerge in China and the Middle East, the world is poorly prepared for a global pandemic

The Economist April 20, 2013

Ending pandemics: How close are we?

Pat Etheridge
CNN Health April 20, 2013

Tweets and Germs: Monitoring Infectious Diseases Online

Rhitu Chatterjee
PRI's The World April 11, 2013

The New Bird Flu, and How to Read the News About It

Maryn McKenna
WIRED April 05, 2013

FluNearYou spearheads U.S. participatory surveillance growth

Mitchel L. Zoler
Family Practice News March 24, 2013

Planning for the Next Flu Season

Jane E. Brody
New York Times March 18, 2013

[App]cessorise: Facebook for joggers, cyclists and yoga fans

Adrian Bridgwater
Gulf News March 04, 2013

Big Data: Bad science on steroids?

Julia Belluz
Macleans February 22, 2013

Small Gadgets That Make You Healthier

Maryn McKenna
Scientific American February 21, 2013

Google’s flu snafu and the reliability of web data

Derrick Harris
Gigaom February 14, 2013

When Google got flu wrong

Declan Butler
Nature February 13, 2013

4 Ways You Can Track the Flu Online

Nic Halverson
Mashable January 16, 2013

Five Social Media Tools to Fight the Flu

Bernhard Warner
Business January 16, 2013

New Technology Used to Track US Flu Outbreak

Steve Baragona
Voice of America January 13, 2013

Flu Is Here: 5 Things Parents Must Do

Claire McCarthy, M.D.
Huffington Post January 12, 2013

Flu Near You on CNN

CNN January 10, 2013

Influenza information, via smartphone

Reid Kanaley January 10, 2013

Nasty flu season sparks spotty vaccine shortages

JoNel Aleccia
NBC News January 10, 2013

Flu vaccine supplies are low as severe season gets underway

Lena H. Sun
The Washington Post January 10, 2013

Google and Twitter Help Track Influenza Outbreaks

Helen Thompson
National Geographic January 10, 2013

As flu cases spike, it isn’t too late to get the vaccine

P.J. Skerrett
Harvard Health Blog January 10, 2013

Influenza information, via smartphone January 10, 2013

Michigan health officials confirm teen died from flu

Click on Detroit January 09, 2013

Flu Near You: Amazing website reveals flu hot spots

Lance Tillson
National Monitor January 09, 2013

Flu Near You on MSNBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News January 08, 2013

CommonHealth: Flu Hits Mass. Early, With Force

Meghna Chakrabarti, Anthony Brooks January 08, 2013

Flu Outbreak: Fighting the Virus With Social Media

Richard Besser
abc News January 07, 2013

Local schools take precautions against flu outbreak

Kaylee Pfeiferling January 07, 2013

New Website Tracks Flu Hot Spots Throughout Country

Tony Lopez
CBS Sacramento January 07, 2013

Flu infections sweep America hospitalizing thousands and leaving 18 children dead of complications, and it's going to get worse

Daily Mail Reporter
Mail Online January 05, 2013

Early flu season accelerates; no peak yet, CDC says

JoNel Aleccia
NBC News January 04, 2013

Flu apps help you fight the fight

Dana Dean December 03, 2012

Web can help track flu outbreaks

Erin Allday
SF Gate November 13, 2012

10,000 Watchdogs Stand Guard Against the Flu

Julielynn Wong, M.D.
Huffington Post November 13, 2012

Beyond Dr. Google: How social media can improve our health

Julia Belluz
MACLEANS.CA November 12, 2012

Why Ebay Billionaire Jeff Skoll Is Backing The FluNearYou Initiative

Kerry A. Dolan
Forbes November 06, 2012

When New Diseases Emerge, Experts Are Faster On The Uptake

Richard Knox
NPR October 03, 2012

No reason to be alarmed, says Boston Children’s Hospital group tracking new virus related to common cold and SARS

Chelsea Conaboy September 25, 2012

Why Health Care Needs Social Media

Claire McCarthy
Huffington Post September 19, 2012

Home Submit The Emerging Role of Social Media in Public Health The Emerging Role of Social Media in Public Health

Garth Hogan
Microbe World September 11, 2012

Using Twitter to Put Disease Outbreaks on the Map

A. Tomasulo, C. Freifeld, J. Brownstein
Science Friday July 20, 2012

Big Bets On Big Data

Eric Savitz
Forbes June 22, 2012

Data in use from public health to personal fitness

Andy Oram
O'Riley Strata June 12, 2012

Spring Cleaning: Google Shuts Down Patent Search Homepage, One Pass, Google Related & More

Frederic Lardinois
Tech Crunch April 20, 2012

Google's Spring Cleaning, April 2012: Web Giant Kills Off More Products

Catharine Smith
Huffington Post April 20, 2012

Global Warming May Bring More Lyme Disease, Ticks

Lynne Peeples
Huffington Post April 04, 2012

Email Address All watched over by machines of loving grace

Niall Boyce
The Lancet March 31, 2012

How Activist Data Mining Is Penetrating the Veil Around Syria's Bloody Conflict

Rebecca Boyle
Popsci March 30, 2012

Mapping the human cost of Syria's uprising

Jim Giles
New Scientist March 27, 2012

Social media helping to counter health myths

Joseph Brownstein
Fox News March 14, 2012

Free Healthcare Apps That Could Save Your Life

pharmamanagedcare March 13, 2012

How Twitter data-tracked cholera in Haiti

Mathew Ingram
Gigaom March 11, 2012

Malaria and Miscarriage

M. J. Friedrich
the Journal of the American Medical Association February 15, 2012

Epidemiologists put social media in the spotlight

Katherine Rowland
Nature February 14, 2012

Social Media for Epidemiology?

Sabrina Richards
The Scientist February 14, 2012

Internet data miners strike disease detection gold

Rebecca Hersher
Nature February 06, 2012

Médicos mapearon la epidemia de cólera en Haití por medio de Twitter

CNN January 10, 2012

Twitter data accurately tracked Haiti cholera outbreak

Daniela Hirschfeld
Nature January 10, 2012

Doctors track Haiti cholera epidemic on Twitter ? study

Anastasia Moloney
Thomson Reuters Foundation January 10, 2012

Twitter helps track cholera spread in Haiti

Niall Firth
New scientist January 10, 2012

How Twitter (And Other Social Media Tools) Help Track Disease Around the World

Amie Newman
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation January 10, 2012

Tracking infectious disease on Twitter

CNN January 10, 2012

Twitter Revealed Epidemic Two Weeks Before Health Officials [STUDY]

Kate Freeman
Mashable January 10, 2012

Social Media Tracks Disease Spread

Cynthia Graber
Scientific American January 09, 2012

Spies to use Twitter as crystal ball

Sharon Weinberger
Nature October 17, 2011

Tracking disease with search data and web technology

Abbie Smith
Healthcare Global September 29, 2011

When Contagion Spreads: Crowdsourcing Disease Outbreaks

Jennifer Cutraro & Holly Epstein Ojalvo
The New York Times September 13, 2011

Outbreak awareness via film

Karen Weintraub
The Boston Globe September 12, 2011

Think Contagion is pure Hollywood fiction? Think again, experts say

Carly Weeks
The Globe and Mail September 08, 2011

Contagion plot realistic, Canadian doctors say

Theresa Boyle
Toronto Star September 08, 2011

Spy Agency Seeks Digital Mosaic to Divine Future

Emily Badger
Pacific Standard September 08, 2011

On the trail of infectious disease

John Goddard
The Star August 22, 2011 Using the Web to Track Deadly Diseases in Real Time

Bryan Walsh
Time August 16, 2011

Social Media Join Toolkit for Hunters of Disease

Bronwyn Garrity
The New York Times July 13, 2011

Social media could help detect pandemics, MD says

Carly Weeks
The Globe and Mail June 27, 2011

Google launches Dengue Trends tool to help doctors track spread of deadly fever

Graham Smith
Daily Mail June 02, 2011

Google will now track dengue

IBTimes Staff Reporter
International Business Times June 01, 2011

Children's Hospital and Google team up to track disease outbreaks

Kevin McCarthy
Bostinno May 31, 2011

Children's Hospital teams with Google to track outbreaks

Kyle Alspach
Boston Journal May 31, 2011

Google uses new tool to track dengue fever hubs

BBC May 31, 2011

Startup Hopes to Make Sickness Social

Erica Naone
MIT Technology Review May 31, 2011

Web searches are tool against dengue fever

UPI May 31, 2011

Google creates tracking tool for dengue outbreaks

Tiffany Hsu
Los Angeles Times May 31, 2011

Can Google Detect Dengue Fever Outbreak Too?

Sara Yin
PC Magazine May 31, 2011

mHealth: Google to Help Track, Combat Spread of Dengue Fever

Mobile Marketing Watch May 31, 2011

What Google searches reveal about our health habits

Deborah Kotz March 18, 2011

Tracking infectious diseases in cyberspace

Adrianna Banaszek
CMAJ News March 11, 2011

Smartphone apps keep health at your fingertips, from fitness to first aid

Darla Carter
USA Today February 24, 2011

Outbreaks: A Tool to Track Animal Diseases May Help to Protect Humans

The New York Times February 07, 2011

In Europe, a Right to Be Forgotten Trumps the Memory of the Internet

The Atlantic February 03, 2011

Web surveillance maps global disease trends

BBC News January 19, 2011

HealthMap: The Crowdsourced Infectious Disease Tracker that was Built on Nights and Weekends

Jenara Nerenberg
Fast Company January 11, 2011

Disease and Disaster Mapping Goes Mobile

John Dodge
Cisco December 13, 2010

Disease Outbreaks Reported Sooner

Art Chimes
Voice of America December 02, 2010

Global Microbe Detectives Are Getting Better at Tracking Disease Outbreaks

Bryan Walsh
TIME November 29, 2010

Names You Need To Know In 2011: Crisis Mapping

Susan Adams
Forbes November 06, 2010

Texts, maps battle Haiti cholera outbreak

John D. Sutter
CNN October 29, 2010

Introducing HealthMap: Tracking The Germs In Your Neighborhood

Rachel Zimmerman
Common Health October 28, 2010

Sites to track sick animals key early warning for humans

Elizabeth Weise
USA Today October 25, 2010

Healthmap, l'état sanitaire du monde sur une carte Google Maps

Arnaud Devillard
01net July 12, 2010

Thinking Green: Function Over Form

Holland Cotter
The New York Times May 13, 2010

Tracking H1N1 through the Internet

Jennifer Chu o
MIT Technology Review May 06, 2010

Olympic visitors bring lots to B.C. - including disease

Siri Agrell
The Globe and Mail February 24, 2010

Fighting pandemics like swine flu in digital age

Deborah Yao
NBC News February 15, 2010

Apps to Help Guard Against Flu, and Worse.

Roy Furchgott
The New York Times November 11, 2009

App Watch: A Mobile Swine-Flu Tracker

Andrew LaVallee
The Wall Street Journal October 05, 2009

Tracking swine flu? There's an app for that

Brian Williams
NBC Nightly News September 16, 2009

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Tracking disease globally

Carolyn Y. Johnson September 14, 2009

Is a Swine Flu Outbreak Coming? Ask Your iPhone

Bryan Walsh
TIME September 09, 2009

Free iPhone app, 'Outbreaks Near Me,' helps users track swine flu

Daily News September 02, 2009

New iPhone App Tracks Infectious Diseases

Sacha Pfeiffer
wbur September 02, 2009

Fancy Tools for Tracking the Flu

Shirley S. Wang
September 02, 2009

Sick mobile app tracks H1N1, other outbreaks near you

Katherine Harmon
Scientific American September 01, 2009

iPhone App Finds Disease Outbreaks Near You

Alexis Madrigal
Wired Science September 01, 2009

New app for iPhone brings disease outbreak maps to your neighborhood

Elizabeth Cooney September 01, 2009

Information outbreak A web-crawling system is providing vital, up-to-date data on the global spread of disease – including swine flu

Duncan Jefferies
The Guardian May 06, 2009

Did pandemic-watchers miss the signs online?

Emily Chung
CBC News May 01, 2009

Why Border Controls Can't Keep Out the Flu Virus

Bryan Walsh
TIME April 30, 2009

Why travel bans won't prevent a flu pandemic

Ewen Callaway
New Scientist April 29, 2009

Swine Flu on Twitter: How To Filter Out the Noise

Adam Ostrow
Mashable April 29, 2009

How swine flu infected the web

Jemima Kiss
The Guardian April 28, 2009

Following Swine Flu Online Tracking and communications could play a key role in combating a pandemic.

Michael Day
MIT Technology Review April 28, 2009

Swine flu: Twitter used to spread news around world

Jon Swaine and Chris Irvine
The Telegraph April 28, 2009

Swine flu outbreak tracked with Twitter

Eric Bland
NBC News April 28, 2009

Travel is Down, But Not Enough to Prevent Spread of Swine Flu

Matt Phillips
The Wall Street Journal April 28, 2009

Tracking swine flu via Twitter

Elizabeth Cooney April 27, 2009

Google Will Save the World

Steven D. Levitt
Freakonomics March 17, 2009

Google Searches as Early Warning for Disease Outbreaks

Jacob Goldstein
The Wall Street Journal March 13, 2009

Online tools may have warned of listeriosis outbreak: study

CBC News March 12, 2009

Listeriosis Web searches peaked ahead of outbreak

CTV News March 12, 2009

Sniffly Surfing: Google Unveils Flu-Bug Tracker

Robert A. Guth
The Wall Street Journal November 12, 2008

Google Uses Searches to Track Flu’s Spread

Miguel Helft
The New York Times November 11, 2008

Infectious disease surveillance 2.0: Crawling the Net to detect outbreaks

Heather Havenstein
Computer World July 08, 2008

Safety Net

Madeline Drexler
The Burrill Report April 02, 2008

World Wide Wellness: Online Database Keeps Tabs on Emerging Health Threats

Scientific America January 30, 2008

Before Traveling, You May Want a Checkup

Kathleen Hom
The Washington Post March 20, 2007

Technology and public health

Marilynn Larkin
The Lancet February 28, 2007

Get Your Daily Plague Forecast

Seán Captain
Wired October 19, 2006

Health Map - Global disease alert mapping system

Mike Pegg
Google Maps Mania October 03, 2006

Health Map - Global disease alert mapping system

Mike Pegg
Google Maps Mania October 03, 2006