Old Road Campus Research Building (off Roosevelt Drive), Churchill Hospital, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7DQ
MBBS MRes PGCME AFHEA MRCS
NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow
Matthew studied medicine at Newcastle University where he also completed a Master of Research in Transplantation. Following this he completed an Academic Foundation Programme in Cambridge and developed an interest in urological cancer.
After taking a year out of training to act as an anatomy demonstrator at Cambridge, Matthew was appointed as an NIHR Academic Fellow in Urology at Oxford commencing August 2020. His research interests include the diagnosis, staging, and genomic and transcriptomic profiles of urological cancers.
Matthew is also interested in education and in 2016 founded We Are Donors, a charity that aims to educate young people about blood and organ donation; and founded the first student and trainee medical education research collaborative – MedEd Collaborative.
All medical degrees are equal, but some are more equal than others: An analysis of medical degree classifications
Byrne MHV. et al, (2023), Medical Education
Elective surgery system strengthening: development, measurement, and validation of the surgical preparedness index across 1632 hospitals in 119 countries.
NIHR Global Health Unit on Global Surgery None. and COVIDSurg Collaborative None., (2022), Lancet, 400, 1607 - 1617
Twelve-month observational study of children with cancer in 41 countries during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Health Research Group on Children’s Non-Communicable Diseases Collaborative None., (2022), BMJ Glob Health, 7
Impact of COVID-19 on the management and outcomes of ureteric stones in the UK: a multicentre retrospective study.
Byrne MHV. et al, (2022), BJU Int
Ethics teaching should be "constructively aligned" with exams.
Dominic C. et al, (2022), BMJ, 378