"Dr Matthew Maton-Howarth is an highly experienced intensive care medicine registrar currently working at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. After graduating with a 1st in Pharmacology at the University of Cambridge, Matt achieved a distinction in his Medicine degree at the University of Oxford. Matt went on to complete core anaesthetics training in 2019, receiving a distinction in his primary FRCA examinations. He has worked in several different NHS trusts including Royal Berkshire, Buckingham Healthcare, and Oxford Health.
Matt has a wide range of interests including pre-hospital emergency medicine, human factors, medical education, mental health, and critical care physiology and pharmacology. He has been a speaker for the inaugural conference of Thames Valley Reporting Excellence (TREx) in association with Oxford's Patient Safety Collaborative. His research output include a publication on accidental awareness in obstetric anaesthesia (DREAMY study) and his work on oxygen sensing mechanisms in the carotid bodies under Nobel Prize winner Sir Peter Ratcliffe in the Target Discovery Institute, the University of Oxford.
Matt, formerly a rower, is an amateur runner, having enjoyed the thrill of half marathons. He is often found tending to his garden and to his two cockatiels inexplicably named, Cory and Rona.