Mathieu Maheu-Giroux, ScD

Assistant Professor, McGill University

I am an interdisciplinary public health researcher and my work has focused primarily on 1) infectious disease modeling, 2) epidemiology and measurements, and 3) impact and economic evaluations of public health interventions.

As of 2017, I have joined the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McGill University. Prior to this appointment, I was a sponsored researcher in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College London. My research program is funded by a FRQS Junior 1 Research Scholar Award.

Research Interests

Population Health / Infectious Disease Epidemiology / Impact Evaluation
Bayesian Statistics / Modeling / Measurements and Disease Burden


Fellowship’17 Mathematical Epidemiology (Imperial College London)
ScD’15 Global Health and Population (Harvard University)
MSc’09 Epidemiology (McGill University)
MSc’05 Ecology (McGill University)
BSc’03 Biology (Université de Montréal)



2019-04-30: Congratulations to Carla Doyle and Charlotte Lanièce (PhD students) who are both recipient of Doctoral Training Awards from the Fonds de la recherche du Québec - Santé!!! 👩‍🎓 + 👩‍🎓
2018-10-10: Congratulations to Carla Doyle (PhD student) who has been awarded an UWW-Engage Fellowship.
2018-07-10: Our team’s project to conduct a model-based impact evaluation of pre-exposure prophylaxis on HIV transmission in Montréal was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research! L’équipe est très contente 🤓.
2018-05-09: Charlotte Lanièce (PhD candidate) and Arnaud Godin (MSc candidate) were both awarded CanHepC Training Fellowships. Congratulations!
2018-05-04: Arnaud Godin (MSc candidate) received a Master’s Training Award from the Fonds de la recherche du Québec - Santé. Félicitations!