Mathew Fleury, BSW, BA, PhD(c), MPH, (he/him)

Indigenous Health Scientist

English and French (proficient), nēhiýawēwin (Plains Cree)
Vancouver, BC

Mathew Fleury is nēhiyawak (Plains Cree) and Red River Métis. Currently living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Mathew draws from his lived, academic, and professional experiences to apply grassroots research and policy approaches to issues impacting Indigenous peoples such as HIV/AIDS, substance use and harm reduction, mental health, and accessibility. Following studies in psychology at Queen’s University, Mathew graduated from Laurentian University’s Indigenous social work program and completed studies in molecular, genetic and population health sciences at the University of Edinburgh. As an Indigenous Social Worker, community-based researcher, and health scientist, he holds significant expertise in anti-racism, and cultural safety and humility, engagement, Indigenous research methodologies, ethics, data analysis and visualization, and knowledge translation.

Services offered:

  • Research advising, design, and execution
  • Community engagement
  • Knowledge translation and science communication
  • Academic/report writing