Dr. Matt Young, M.D., J.D., M.B.A., CMQ, Esq., received his M.D. degree from Harvard Medical School. After Dr. Young tragically lost his own father to medical malpractice, he went to Harvard Law School, received his J.D. degree, and became an attorney and patient safety advocate.
Dr. Young joined Ross Feller Casey in July 2020 to fight for patients, families, and their loved ones who have suffered harm at the hands of our healthcare system.
Dr. Young has been nationally recognized in the fields of patient safety and healthcare quality. He was named a National Quality Scholar by the American College of Medical Quality (ACMQ) for significant work in advancing healthcare quality. He is board-certified in medical quality by the American Board of Medical Quality (ABMQ), having been granted the designation of CMQ (Certified in Medical Quality). Dr. Young also serves as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Patient Safety.
Additionally, he has published multiple book chapters and is first author of the book chapter, “Immunosuppression and Treatment of Rejection in Uterine Transplantation: Current Practice and Future Potential,” which was published in the very first textbook on uterine transplantation (Uterus Transplantation; Springer International Publishing, 2020).
Dr. Young sits on the Board of Directors for the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Foundation at Harvard University and is a member of the Senior Common Room at Adams House, Harvard College. He also served as a Resident Tutor in Law, Music, and Medicine at Pforzheimer House, Harvard College, for five years, where he was honored for “exemplary intellectual and personal guidance of undergraduate students.”
Dr. Young graduated with honors from Harvard College, receiving an A.B. in Government with a secondary field in Global Health and Health Policy. He also earned an M.B.A. from the Quantic School of Business and Technology.
Dr. Young is admitted to the practice of law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a Fellow of the American College of Legal Medicine (FCLM). He is also a member of multiple professional organizations across medicine and law, including the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA), the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Pennsylvania Association for Justice (PAJ), the Philadelphia Bar Association, and the American College of Medical Quality (ACMQ).
A native of West Chester, Pennsylvania, Dr. Young is also a classically trained concert pianist.