Executive Editor, ANZDATA Registry
Matthew received his MBBS from the University of Adelaide and undertook Advanced Training in adult nephrology at the Alfred Hospital and Monash Health, Melbourne and in the UK at Oxford University NHS Trust. Following completion of additional post-fellowship training in paediatric nephrology, he continues to practice in both adult and paediatric settings at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne. Matthew was awarded his PhD through the University of Melbourne for his thesis entitled “Redesigning deceased donor kidney transplantation in Australia”. He has previously held the position of ANZDATA epidemiology fellow and is currently the Executive Editor for the ANZDATA Registry. Matthew’s special interests includes adolescent and young adult nephrology, tuberous sclerosis complex, transplant immunology and mitigating the environmental impacts of nephrology care. His research interests include kidney transplant epidemiology with a focus on access to transplantation and organ allocation.