Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Mathew Kiang is a first-year doctoral student at the Harvard School of Public Health studying social epidemiology. His research interests include the application of network analysis and agent-based modeling to understanding health disparities and health behaviors especially with regard to HIV. Before starting the doctoral program, Matt was a research assistant at HSPH in Health Policy and Management. He holds an MPH from New York University, where his independent research and master's thesis focused on HIV inequalities in townships near Cape Town, South Africa, and a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Social Inequalities from San Diego State University.