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Updated by Scriven King on Oct 25, 2014
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The Top 21 Ebola People And Organizations To Follow Today

A list of the 21 people and organizations I feel provide substantive and relevant data on Ebola.

Ebola Deeply (@Eboladeeply)

Ebola Deeply is a collaborative news and information platform designed to tell the full story of the Ebola outbreak.

Ebola Virus Info (@InfoEbola)

International Ebola Virus Information Clearinghouse. Interactive online community. Contact us at

Ebola Alert (@EbolaAlert)

Creators of #StopEbola. Evidence-driven group of volunteer professionals working on Ebola prevention interventions. Join Us!

MapGive (@MapGive)

Official @StateDept initiative making it easier for new online mappers to learn & get involved creating open map data for humanitarian & development causes.

Ian M Mackay, PhD (@MackayIM)

virologist. father. reader. writer. fixer. bad typist.
not ranked in any particular order. opinions are mine alone. data are someone else's

Maia Majumder, MPH (@maiamajumder)

PhD student [@MIT]. Research fellow [@healthmap]. Engineer, epidemiologist [@TuftsUniversity alum]. Tweets RE: infectious disease, biostatistics, data analytics


Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America’s mission is to prevent & control HAIs & advance healthcare epidemiology

MedicalIntelligence (@MedicalIntel)

Sharing info about public health with emphasis on infectious disease. #MEDINT #GlobalHealth #PublicHealth #Ebola #Flu #MERS #measles #pertussis #chikungunya

Dr. Seema Yasmin (@DoctorYasmin)

Reporter @DallasNews. Professor @UTDallas. Medical doctor, former disease detective @CDCgov. @CambridgeUni grad. Londoner living in Texas and loving it, y'all

CDC (@CDCgov)

CDC's official Twitter source for daily credible health & safety updates f/ Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Privacy policy

Megan Coffee (@DokteCoffee)

I am an infectious disease doctor in Port Au Prince, Haiti and in NYC.


News and information from the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Ask questions, get answers: IDSA is your one-stop shop for infectious disease info.

Dr. Ed (@ICUDrEd)

ICU director. Tweets occasionally about intensive care and biothreats. Personal account, tweets do not represent my employer.

Philip Lederer (@philiplederer)

Infectious disease fellow interested in TB/HIV, global public health, environment, social justice, and music.

Anne Baber Wallis (@abwallis)

I am an epidemiologist, a global health historian, a professor, and an equestrian. I believe in modern music, honor, dogs, and horses.

Judy Stone (@DrJudyStone)

Dr. Judy Stone, an internal medicine and infectious disease doctor with a specialty in clinical trials, is the author of the text, Conducting Clinical Research.

A biologist (@influenza_bio)

All things influenza. Also other infectious diseases, including MERS coronavirus, Ebola. PhD. Opinions are my own.

CDC Emergency (@CDCemergency)

CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response: increasing the nation's ability to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.

Doctors w/o Borders (@MSF_USA)

Providing medical aid where it's needed most.


Official Twitter account of the World Health Organization, the United Nations' health agency

Dr. Tom Frieden (@drfriedencdc)

CDC Director, MD and disease detective. Putting science into action for safer, healthier people.