Healthy Lives team
Matt joined the Health Foundation in March 2017 as Programme Officer for the Healthy Lives team.
He studied Natural Sciences (BSc), specialising in Biology and Anthropology.
Matt has a work history working in health care and sustainability roles. Before the Health Foundation he worked for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in their research team and, before that, for Public Health England in the Public Health Laboratory at the Royal London Hospital.
Matt is interested in systems-level, holistic approaches and the relationship between factors impacting upon health and the environment.
- East London Experience with Enteric Fever 2007-2012, Epidemiological patterns of patients treated for enteric fever (typhoid) in East London hospitals
- Trends in antibiotic susceptibility of enteric fever isolates in East London, Identifying the extent to which antibiotic resistance is being displayed by strains of typhoid bacteria
What is the significance of whole life course approaches? Matthew Jordan from our Healthy Lives team blogs about the potentia...
In a new blog, Matthew Jordan talks about the surprising levels of loneliness in young people
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