Pablo Rougerie

Postdoctoral Researcher

Pablo obtained his PhD in Immunology from the University Paris - Descartes (France). He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York, U.S.) and at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). His research focused on different topics in cell biology, including the regulation of T lymphocyte activation, the mechanics of cell deformation, and the use of biomaterials of specific geometry to guide the growth of biological tissues.

The Science Feedback team


New CDC data don’t confirm that the Pfizer bivalent booster shot increases the risk of ischemic strokes

“An increased risk of stroke events has been identified with the Pfizer COVID-19 bivalent vaccine”

SOURCE: Yuhong Dong, The Epoch Times

Published: 17 Feb 2023


Moderna didn’t already produce COVID-19 mRNA vaccines before the pandemic; statement by CEO of Moderna misinterpreted

Moderna was already producing COVID-19 vaccines before the beginning of the pandemic

SOURCE: Instagram users, Instagram

Published: 14 Feb 2023


COVID-19 vaccines don’t cause immunodeficiency and aren’t associated with excess mortality

“most of the individuals who had been fully vaccinated would develop full-blown vaccine-induced acquired immunodeficiency syndrome by the end of the month”

SOURCE: Anonymous, The Exposé

Published: 07 Feb 2023


Data doesn’t show that vaccines are responsible for 2022 excess mortality, contrary to Alex Berenson’s claim

COVID-19 vaccination is associated with all-cause excess mortality

SOURCE: Alex Berenson, Substack

Published: 03 Feb 2023


The Pfizer bivalent vaccines are very unlikely to increase the risk of ischemic stroke, contrary to claims on social media

The Pfizer COVID-19 bivalent vaccine causes strokes

SOURCE: Social media users, Instagram, Twitter

Published: 18 Jan 2023


Simulation exercises such as “Catastrophic Contagion” are a normal part of pandemic preparedness; they don’t predict future pandemics

The tabletop exercise “Catastrophic Contagion” means that “Bill Gates and WHO have announced when we will see the next pandemic”

SOURCE: Natali Morris, Clayton Morris, Youtube

Published: 10 Jan 2023


French political advisor Jacques Attali didn’t call for world depopulation through pandemics or vaccines

Attali wrote “the future will be about finding a way to reduce the population”, elites will “find a real cause, a pandemic” after having “taken care of having panned the treatment”

SOURCE: Instagram users, Instagram

Published: 02 Jan 2023


The Hoxsey herbal mixture doesn’t cure cancer

Harry Hoxsey’s herbal therapy effectively cures cancer

SOURCE: Facebook Users, Facebook

Published: 29 Dec 2022


Findings from researchers in Basel didn’t show an 800-fold increase in myocarditis in vaccinated people compared to unvaccinated individuals

“The risk of myocarditis is 800 times higher for vaccinated than unvaccinated young adults, according to a recent Swiss study”

SOURCE: Kyle Becker, Trending Politics

Published: 29 Nov 2022


Vaccination isn’t equal to parasitic infection; COVID-19 mRNA vaccines don’t hamper the production of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

“ALL vaccines, including the seasonal flu shot, contain parasites”, mRNA vaccines reduce the amount of anti-spike antibodies

SOURCE: Anonymous, Exposing satanic science

Published: 25 Nov 2022



What do we know about the possible link between acetaminophen use during pregnancy and autism?

— 01 Aug 2022

Photo by Freepik Each week, approximately 23% of the adult U.S. population use a fever reducer and painkiller, such as Tylenol, which is the brand name for the drug acetaminophen, ...

Assessing the effect of COVID-19 vaccines on mortality: a story of confounding factors and their role in COVID-19 misinformation

— 15 Mar 2022

Introduction COVID-19 vaccines have been instrumental in our fight against the pandemic and our return to a normal life, thanks to their ability to reduce the number of cases, hosp...

Could scientists use the bat coronavirus RaTG13 to engineer SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in a lab?

— 19 Mar 2021

One of the biggest outstanding questions of the COVID-19 pandemic is the origin of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus responsible for the disease. One idea, put forward by some news sites...