Matthew Griswold, MD, is an emergency medicine physician and a second-year fellow in Medical Toxicology. In his research, Dr. Griswold is into developing automated electronic medical record-based detection tools that identify patients who receive naloxone and flags them for review by the UMass Pediatrics Child Protection Service. He’s also looking at some hip research topics like the role of social media in toxicology education and advanced drone technology in obtaining improved scene-commander situational awareness in disaster and mass casualty incidents.
Dr. Griswold oversees the educational component in toxicology for the young’uns — all very talented rotating residents, pharmacists, and students. He also plays an integral role in hospital-wide opioid overdose prevention education for medical students and resident house staff.
- Residency in Emergency Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School (2015)
- MD, Boston University Medical School (2012)
Awards & Honors:
- 2016 ACMT McNeil Fellowship-in-Training Research Award