John Matelski is a biostatistician in UHN’s Biostatistics Research Unit, where he collaborates with research clinicians from a variety of departments. He is responsible for conceptualizing, performing, and reporting statistical analyses for research publications. He is also involved in teaching statistical computing to UHN employees.
John earned his bachelor’s degree from University of Miami (2007), majoring in music performance. He went on to complete a master’s degree in Biostatistics at University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health (2014).
John’s work has focused on analyzing data arising from health care interventions, in particular, Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs in Toronto hospitals. His analytical skills have recently been utilized to investigate relationships between immunologic proteins and quality of life outcomes for leukemia patients, as well as survival outcomes and tests of pulmonary function for lung transplant patients.