B.S., Biology with a concentration in Chemistry, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey 2008
B.A., Philosophy and Religion, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey 2008
M.A., Bioethics, New York University 2010
D.O., Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine 2014
Areas of Research/Interest:
The means by which healthcare resources are allocated among people and groups. The role quality plays in our moral judgments and in our assessment of the value of life. Pediatric orthopaedic surgery and public health.
Matthew grew up moving constantly. Originally from Charlotte, NC, he spent many of his formative years in California, but now considers Montana home. His personal struggles with health and the recognition of the struggles faced by countless others has shaped Matthew’s path to becoming a physician and advocate for the rights of others in both issues of sickness and health. An avid outdoorsman, Matthew also works to bring people in closer touch with their surroundings to effectuate a more harmonious relationship with both each other and the environment.
AOA Center for Ethical Solutions
Fry-Revere, Sigrid, Thomas Reher, and Matthew Ray. “Death: A New Legal Perspective.” Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy. Vol 27(1). Fall 2010