Matthew is a current student at the University of Concordia pursuing an Honors degree in Philosophy. His interests lie particularly in the fields of cognitive science, existentialism, phenomenology and ethics, the intersection of which has enticed him to investigate research into Bioethics. Matthew is keen to help his community thrive, whether as a consultant, a teacher or humanitarian, and to educate others on the ethics of medicine and technology. He endeavors to constantly expand his knowledge so as to offer sound advice to others, dedicated to understanding and examining the intricacies of life and of the world. Ideally, Matthew would like to pursue a Masters in Bioethics, and continue to further research in the domains of cognition, mental illness, value-theory, and a plethora of other topics.