Ewen Callaway

Ewen Callaway

@ewencallaway

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Immigrant. Journalist at Nature. Mostly parenting these days.

London
Joined on November 08, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @ewencallaway and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
5 days
Average replies
2
Average retweets
36
Average likes
91
Tweets with photos
15 / 100
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“Everybody and their mother has a vaccine. My dogs have two vaccines.” My piece on the next generation of COVID-19 vaccines. https://t.co/Ah5Joga5Qw

Our low cost ⁦@TexasChildrens⁩ ⁦@BCM_TropMed⁩ “underdog” COVID19 #vaccine for #India and the world, in collaboration with ⁦@PATHtweets⁩ and ⁦@biological_e⁩ from ⁦@nature⁩ ⁦@ewencallaway⁩ ⁦@mebottazzihttps://t.co/iNn6rUzUh2

Enrolment in AstraZeneca / University of Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial on hold after suspected adverse event in trial participant. https://t.co/orLVYXuCMP

Superb assessment of the field’s current understanding of the SARS-CoV-2 D614G Spike protein variant by @ewencallaway The coronavirus is mutating — does it matter? https://t.co/4ZNSdk01wB

Different SARS-CoV-2 strains haven’t yet had a major impact on the course of the pandemic, but they might in future. https://t.co/Ld5RIacj5A

Countries are pre-ordering #COVID19 vaccines that are in clinical trials 💉 Commitments from the UK, USA, EU and Japan could see them buying more than one dose per person – which raises concerns around fair access for poorer countries | @ewencallaway https://t.co/r6svxz84Yf

“If you buy up all the supply, it’s just plain hypocritical to argue you’re for equitable access. You’re for equitable access for what’s left over.”
https://t.co/wjaaKqJ2Ph https://t.co/DEFJnjBeIm

“If you buy up all the supply, it’s just plain hypocritical to argue you’re for equitable access. You’re for equitable access for what’s left over.” https://t.co/wjaaKqJ2Ph https://t.co/DEFJnjBeIm

#COVID19 Vaccine manufacturing in numbers 💉🏭 Some good graphs and breakdown of manufacturer and doses 👇🏻 @ewencallaway https://t.co/uKZySCQUev

Infecting the insects with a bacteria that stops disease spread produces ‘staggering’ reduction in cases of the infection. https://t.co/psorEHNmAG

Some good news in infectious disease and public health: A randomized field trial found that Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes reduced cases of dengue by 77% “The significance of this result is epochal," an epidemiologist told me. https://t.co/yde28vW9zx

Wealthy countries have already pre-ordered more than two billion doses. https://t.co/gSWZRiz7PU

UK & US have bought access to more than 4 doses of COVID-19 vaccines per citizen, while an effort to fund vaccines for poorer countries has secured just one dose for every 10 people. 
From my data piece on the unequal scramble for coronavirus vaccines https://t.co/wjaaKqJ2Ph https://t.co/Qaqxs9je1N

UK & US have bought access to more than 4 doses of COVID-19 vaccines per citizen, while an effort to fund vaccines for poorer countries has secured just one dose for every 10 people. From my data piece on the unequal scramble for coronavirus vaccines https://t.co/wjaaKqJ2Ph https://t.co/Qaqxs9je1N

People who have inherited nerve-altering mutations from the ancient hominins tend to experience more pain. https://t.co/0k1uVWrT4k

Archaeologists say stone artefacts point to occupation more than 30,000 years ago — but not everyone is convinced. https://t.co/nNml77rScJ

Quoted @NatureNews

Scientists caution against comparing immune responses shown in early-stage trials, and say there might be more than one path to an effective vaccine. https://t.co/nx3eBgknVi

A nice article unpacking a lot of news this week about COVID-19 vaccine trial immune responses. https://t.co/XXhnIbdyHX

Quoted @NatureNews

Scientists caution against comparing immune responses shown in early-stage trials, and say there might be more than one path to an effective vaccine. https://t.co/nx3eBgknVi

Coronavirus vaccines leap through safety trials — but which will work is anybody’s guess Thanks to @profshanecrotty @PeterHotez @Daltmann10 & Rafi Ahmed @EmoryVaccineCtr @jenneratingVacc for taking the time to share your thoughts. https://t.co/EwCArhgDUQ

Finding that some Polynesians carry genetic ancestry from South America supports long-held theory that ancient populations met and interbred. https://t.co/rnfLSgOPcH

Fascinating to see how medRxiv, the preprint site for medical research, has boomed almost entirely off the back of COVID-19 studies. Chart from @ewencallaway 's look at how this pandemic may change the future of scientific publishing. https://t.co/0Ab51OyPkm https://t.co/JyFJ8pQ9h1

Fascinating to see how medRxiv, the preprint site for medical research, has boomed almost entirely off the back of COVID-19 studies. Chart from @ewencallaway 's look at how this pandemic may change the future of scientific publishing. https://t.co/0Ab51OyPkm https://t.co/JyFJ8pQ9h1

"Will the pandemic permanently alter scientific publishing?" From @ewencallaway in @nature with (sorry) a bunch of my opinions but also thoughts from people who know what they're talking about. https://t.co/0L1TrQeYxp

How publication times are changing? @nature writes a news feature about our (and Holger's) @biorxivpreprint that has only just been submitted... 😲 https://t.co/GyLrjwerpi

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