Matt holds an editing certificate and a Bachelor of Arts in Law, Letters, and Society from the University of Chicago. Various academic pursuits and professional experiences have advanced Matt's commitment to bioethical inquiry—including his work as a medical researcher at the University of Chicago, where he coordinated an ethics working group for a landmark urban health study, and at the California Department of Public Health, for which he authored a policy report that examined laws and regulations related to human embryonic stem cell research. As a graduate student in Columbia's Master of Science in Bioethics program, Matt is contributing to several research projects at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in Manhattan. His research interests span a wide range of bioethical issues, including clinical research ethics, the moral and ethical implications of death and dying, and advances in medicine that intersect law and public policy.
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Articles Published at Voices in Bioethics
1. "Mycetoma and Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Medical, Scientific, and Moral Duty to Care." May 31, 2016.
2. "Fentanyl Overdoses in North America: Signaling the Importance of Prescription Monitoring, Treatment Access, and Addiction Prevention." April 25, 2016.