Matthew Brack is seconded to the Centre on Global Health Security at Chatham House as project manager for the Strengthening Data Sharing for Public Health project, which aims to provide guidance that will support pushing the established norms for public health data sharing towards a model where data are shared as openly as is possible and appropriate.
Prior to this secondment, Matthew was working as a project manager and policy officer at the Wellcome Trust, directing the development and implementation of the Trust’s revised data and software sharing policy, and delivering digital content for the Trust’s Wellcome Collection online resource through large-scale digitization projects. He is certified with the Project Management Institute and has an MA in digital asset management from King’s College London.
- Project management in the non-profit sector
- Data sharing for public health and scientific research
- Open research policy (open data, open software and related intellectual property concerns)
|2013-14||Policy Officer, Wellcome Trust|
|2012-14||Project Manager, Wellcome Trust|
|2010-12||MA Digital Asset Management, King’s College London|
|2010-12||Baird Fellow in Art History, Harvard University|
|2009-10||Project Management, Harvard University Extension School|
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- Sharing Surveillance Data for Global Health: Seeking Much-Needed Improvements with Michael Edelstein, David Harper and Asha Herten-Crabb, Brink News, February 2016
- Data Sharing for Public Health: Key Lessons from Other Sectors with Castillo T, Research Paper, April 2015