Matthew Montoya

Dr. Matthew (Matt) Montoya is a mentor-advisor, instructor, researcher, professor, and academic portfolio manager at The Johns Hopkins University in the Systems Engineering, Healthcare Systems Engineering, and Lifelong Learning programs and is a past recipient of the JHU Outstanding Instructor Award. For 35 years Dr. Montoya was also a principal chief engineer and portfolio director for The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory where he was responsible for strategic and technical direction for several/multi-million-dollar complex systems pertaining to national security and healthcare delivery. Dr. Montoya received his B.S. in engineering physics/mathematics from Colorado State University, his M.S. in applied mathematics and systems engineering from The Johns Hopkins University, an MBA from Loyola University of Maryland, an MPH from Dartmouth College, and a Doctorate of Engineering in Systems Engineering/Operations Research from The George Washington University.


Uncertainty and Research

Systems Thinking and Engineering: Decisions with Impact

The overall theme and desired outcome for attendees taking this executive course is the ability to make decisions with impact. Framing complex problems in systems terms allows decision-makers to identify...

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Healthcare Systems Engineering & Thinking Course

The Johns Hopkins Healthcare Systems Engineering and Thinking course provides participants with a deep understanding of today's ongoing healthcare challenges and the tools and strategies they need to develop high-impact,...

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