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Dr Matthew Chan
Dr Matthew Chan Medical doctor & medical advisor for Mojo

Dr Matthew Chan

Medical doctor & medical advisor for Mojo

“Being part of this movement to bring quality education and tools to deal with erection issues is inspiring”

7+

years' experience

Qualifications 🏅

  • Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (Honours), Monash University
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours), Monash University
  • Master of Business Administration (with Distinction), INSEAD
  • Data Science Professional Certificate, IBM

Affiliates 🤝

General Registration, Medical Board of Australia

Q&A with Dr Matthew Chan

Dr Matthew Chan

Medical doctor & medical advisor for Mojo

Tell us a bit about you 

I’m a medical doctor, healthtech innovator, and data scientist from Melbourne, Australia. After working as a doctor for a few years and founding a medical AI startup, I studied an MBA at world-leading business school INSEAD in France and joined Mojo in its inspiring mission as an early employee. My passion is in improving the impact delivered by healthcare systems, with a particular interest in digital health and data-driven solutions.

Where are you from?

Melbourne, Australia. I’m a very proud Melburnian with the easy-going attitude and coffee snobbery of my compatriots.

What one piece of advice would you give to someone who was worried about visiting their doctor about ED?

It’s cliché but we’ve seen it all, and at the end of the day, we just want our patients to feel better, both in terms of their health issues and about themselves. The same with ED – it’s a surprisingly common issue that we know can affect many aspects of people’s lives, so I’d really encourage men to confide in their doctor and work with them to get to the bottom of it. 

What do you love most about your job?

I love that my work has so much potential for a positive impact across many people’s lives – it makes it a joy to get out of bed and come to work! The kinds of heartfelt messages Mojo receives from satisfied users are emblematic of the scale of the problem and this impact Mojo is making.

What drew you to work with Mojo?

Having seen many people with ED while working as a doctor, I knew as soon as I heard about Mojo last year that they were tackling a social issue so far-reaching yet largely confined to the shadows. Being part of this movement to bring quality education and tools to deal with erection issues was inspiring, but also the opportunity to open up taboo conversations around sexual health issues in general and to promote better sexual literacy.

What’s your favorite Mojo course?

“Intimacy & Communication”. Getting some men to open up about their problems can be notoriously difficult, but sometimes the first step to working towards a solution is to speak about it and not let it bottle up inside. I think this is a powerful course that users can really practically implement and often with good effect.

Tell us something that not many people know about you...

I’m an avid classical (violin & orchestral conducting) and electronic (DJ & producer) musician! You’ll often find me at gigs or concerts during my spare time.

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