Matthew T. Rosso is the Program Manager for the BATLab. He earned both his MPH and BA from Oakland University. Prior to joining the BATLab, Matthew was a study coordinator for We Prevent and a Study Interventionist for Project Swerve at the Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities. Before that, he was a Project Coordinator for the Adolescent Health Initiative at Michigan Medicine, where he co-facilitated their youth advisory council and assisted with capacity-building assistance for national Teen Pregnancy Prevention programs. He also served as a Graduate Assistant to his MPH program, working on a community-based participatory PhotoVoice study with formerly homeless individuals residing in Detroit.
Matthew is passionate about health equity and social change. His research interests focus particularly on groups that experience major obstacles to health associated with socioeconomic disadvantage, current and historical injustices, and the inequitable distribution of health resources.