Matthew is a senior researcher and laboratory manager at the Haemostasis Biomedical Research Unit and the Welsh Institute of Emergency Biomedical Research at Swansea University. His main areas of expertise include rheometry, haemorheology, coagulation and haemostasis. Matthew’s research interests involve creating a better understand how disease and its treatment alter coagulation, clot quality and patient outcome. His work is centred on using his expertise from the physical sciences in the validation and development of new healthcare technologies for the measurement of coagulation. His research focuses on three important goals in health care 1) early detection 2) evaluation of therapeutic intervention 3) health screening. His work aims to improve the management of cardiovascular, cerebrovascular and thromboembolic disease.
He has also developed expertise in the field of research ethics and governance, where he is also a member of the local research ethics committee (Wales Rec 6- from 2013 to present).