DR. MATTHEW WEED IN THE NEWS
On Sept 23, 2016, Denver’s KCNC Channel 4 interviews Dr. Weed about how he manages his life with Type I diabetes.
WTNH CHANNEL 8'S ANN NYBERG INTERVIEWS DR. WEED
Ms. Nyberg talks to Dr. Weed about his life - from being diagnosed with diabetes and going blind as a child, to his life at Yale
In a national profile by the Diabetes Forecast, Dr. Weed talks about acknowledging dependence on others, and how it's played an important part in his achievements and success over the years.“I can ask for help and get the help I need, or I cannot ask for help, ‘be independent,’ and then struggle to achieve and accomplish because I [am] too busy trying to be independent,” says Dr. Weed.
On this All About Living program, Dr. Weed and Nancy Mathews describe a new partnership with community agencies that will send UW students into the homes of seniors and people in need of help. It’s a real world classroom for students and an opportunity to make a real difference in peoples’ lives.
This article from April of 1996 describes some of Dr. Weed’s work at Harvard and how it connected to his internship at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in 1994 while he was completing his Master’s in Public Affairs at Princeton.
Dr. Weed was interviewed as a graduate student by Professor John Lienhard of the University of Houston for episode 1483 of “The Engines of Our Enginuity”
This article from the Yale in Medicine for the Summer of 2000 describes Dr. Weed’s rollerblading marathon and the involvement of a number of people at Yale who helped him complete it.