Mathieu is a public health researcher and his work spans the areas of population health, epidemiology, and infectious diseases. Over the last years, his research has focused primarily on impact evaluations of public health interventions, measurements and disease burden assessments, and behavioral interventions to control infectious diseases (principally malaria and soil-transmitted helminths). Other research interests include: mathematical modeling, spatial statistics, cost-effectiveness analysis, and Bayesian statistics.
He is now extending this line of research by merging mathematical modeling and statistical approaches to strengthen impact evaluations of HIV prevention programs that combine behavioral, biomedical, and structural interventions.
A native of Montréal (Québec), Mathieu received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the Université de Montréal (BSc’03), Master’s degrees from McGill University in both Landscape Ecology (MSc’05) and Epidemiology (MSc’09), and a doctorate in Global Health & Population from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health (ScD’15).
Imperial College London
Postdoc (2017, Mathematical epidemiology) Imperial College London, United Kingdom
ScD (2105, Global health and population) Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA
MS (2009, Epidemiology) McGill University, Canada
MS (2005, Landscape ecology) McGill University, Canada
BS (2003, Biology) Université de Montréal, Canada