Matthew is an Investigator at the ISPH. Trained as both a pharmacist and epidemiologist, his expertise includes study design, study monitoring, and data analysis. Matthew’s past research experience has spanned both observational studies and clinical trials, and has contributed to the evidence base for the clinical management of neurocysticercosis, a parasitic disease of the central nervous system that disproportionately affects those living in poverty, and how to implement public health technology and programs, including HIV self-testing to high-risk mobile populations in Kenya and a nutrition/physical activity educational program to preschoolers in Ecuador. Matthew is also skilled in the development and deployment of discrete choice experiments.
Matthew completed his PhD in Epidemiology at the CUNY School of Public Health & Health Policy under the mentorship of Dr. Denis Nash.