Matthew Everly, PharmD
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Matthew Everly, PharmD, BCPS, FAST

Director of the Terasaki Research Institute

Dr. Matthew Everly is the Director of the Terasaki Research Institute, a research institute with a mission to solve the biggest problems related to organ transplantation. Matthew is a creative thinker and a leader in organ transplant. Matthew is patient-focused and aims to solve the organ donor shortage, end transplant failure, and achieve the optimal life for transplant patients and patients with organ failure in the next 2 decades. Matthew is creating innovation in the field of organ transplant through research and development in the areas of data science, artificial intelligence, digital health, patient reported outcomes, immunology, and psychology. Matthew received a B.S. in Pharmacy (2002) and PharmD (2003) from the University of Cincinnati. He completed Transplant Pharmacy Residency and Transplant Clinical Research Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati (2007-2008). He was named a Fellow of the American Society of Transplant in 2016.