|2008-2009 à 2010-2011||Stagiaire postdoctoral-e, Éthique et santé|
|2014-2015 à aujourd'hui||Membre collaborateur-trice, Éthique et santé|
Participations aux événements du CRÉ
|1 novembre 2012||Colloque « L’avenir de l’éthique » à l’occasion des 10 ans du CRÉUM|
|28 avril 2011||Débat public sur les déterminants sociaux en santé|
|8 avril 2010||Éthique contemporaine: colloque conjoint avec le Centre for Ethics de l’U. de Toronto|
Matthew Hunt is an Assistant Professor at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy of McGill University and a researcher at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal. He also chairs the clinical ethics committee of the Shriners Hospital for Children. Dr. Hunt trained as a physiotherapist and subsequently completed a Master’s degree in bioethics and a PhD in Experimental Medicine at McGill. He then undertook post-doctoral fellowships at the Centre for Research on Ethics of the University of Montreal (CREUM) and the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics of McMaster University (2008-11). At McGill, he is also affiliated with the Institute for Health and Social Policy, the Biomedical Ethics Unit, and the Division for Experimental Medicine.
Dr. Hunt conducts research related to the ethics of global health practices and research, and on equity of rehabilitation services. Current research projects include inquiries into the ethics of research and innovation in disaster relief, wait list management and equity of access to physiotherapy in Canada, and ethics of humanitarian health policy and practice. He also leads a capacity building project focused on rehabilitation providers in Haiti and co-directs the Humanitarian Health Ethics Network (humanitarianhealthethics.net).