Dr. Davide Matino is an Assistant Professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. He also works at the MUMC Hemophilia Clinic and the Thrombosis Clinic at the Juravinski Hospital. Dr. Matino obtained his medical degree at the University of Perugia Medical School and his residency training at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2014. He completed a Clinical Fellowship in Bleeding disorders at McMaster University where he also received his MSc in Health Research Methodology, defending his thesis “Clinical application of the Web-Accessible Population Pharmacokinetic Service – Hemophilia (WAPPS-Hemo): proposal for a pilot study of a population pharmacokinetic approach to tailored prophylaxis in hemophilia”. He then joined the University of Perugia as Assistant Professor in Pharmacology working on a research project focused on the study of the immune response to FVIII in hemophilia, funded through a Young Investigator Award from the Italian Ministry of Health. His research is focused on inhibitor development in hemophilia, adaptive immunity and immunotolerance mechanisms, and the treatment of hemophilia patients with inhibitors. He is an active clinical trial Investigator.