Alastair Matheson

Affiliate Instructor, Epidemiology



BA Health Sciences, University of Auckland (New Zealand), 2001
MPH University of Auckland (New Zealand), 2005
PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2017



Public Health Seattle and King County
401 5th Avenue, Suite 1300
Seattle, WA 98104
Department of Epidemiology
UW Box 357236

Research Interests

Dr Matheson is an epidemiologist at Public Health—Seattle & King County in the Assessment, Policy Development, and Evaluation unit. His work there includes analyzing population data to identify health needs in King County, developing visualizations to make data more accessible, and linking data across sectors. Alastair has several years’ experience working at the local health level on program evaluation, policy development, and public health informatics. His previous research focused on the epidemiology of childhood fever in a resource-limited settings.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Attribution and credit bias in publication ethics.
(2022 Jul-Sep)
Indian J Med Ethics VII(3): 204-211
Matheson A

Clinical Trial Endpoints in Metastatic Cancer: Using Individual Participant Data to Inform Future Trials Methodology.
(2022 Jun 13)
J Natl Cancer Inst 114(6): 819-828
Goldberg RM, Adams R, Buyse M, Eng C, Grothey A, André T, Sobrero AF, Lichtman SM, Benson AB, Punt CJA, Maughan T, Burzykowski T, Sommeijer D, Saad ED, Shi Q, Coart E, Chibaudel B, Koopman M, Schmoll HJ, Yoshino T, Taieb J, Tebbutt NC, Zalcberg J, Tabernero J, Van Cutsem E, Matheson A, de Gramont A

No Evidence of Acute Dengue Virus Infections at a Rural Site in Western Kenya, 2011 and 2013.
(2020 Nov)
Am J Trop Med Hyg 103(5): 2054-2058
Matheson AI, Mogeni OD, Lacsina JR, Ochieng M, Audi A, Bigogo G, Neatherlin J, Margolis HS, Fields B, Ahenda P, Walson JL, Montgomery JM

Linking Health and Housing Data to Create a Sustainable Cross-Sector Partnership.
(2020 Jul)
Am J Public Health 110(S2): S222-S224
Laurent AA, Matheson A, Escudero K, Lazaga A

Can self-regulation deliver an ethical commercial literature? A critical reading of the "Good Publication Practice" (GPP3) guidelines for industry-financed medical journal articles.
(2019 Feb)
Account Res 26(2): 85-107
Matheson A

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