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Matthew Saleh
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Matthew Saleh

Research Associate
Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability


Matt Saleh is a research associate at the Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability. His background and training is in law, political science, and education. At the Yang-Tan Institute, his current projects include implementation fidelity and the collaborative network study for the New York State PROMISE project, VR Youth Technical Assistance Center (Y-TAC), and ACCES-VR Comprehensive Needs Assessment.


Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Matt Saleh, Susanne Marie Bruyere. . Social policy and disability. in Oxford Handbook on the Sociology of Disability. Oxford/United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, Michelle Maroto. (Submitted)
  • Susanne Marie Bruyere, Thomas P Golden, Matt Saleh. 2019. Employment Strategies for Older Adults. in Handbook of Rehabilitation of Older Adults. 2019. Izabela Schultz and Robert Gatchel.
  • Matt Saleh, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2019. Social Policy and Disability. in Understanding the experience of disability: Perspectives from social and rehabilitation psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2019. Dunn, D..
  • Matt Saleh, Thomas P Golden, Ellice Switzer. 2019. U.S. employment and disability policy framework: Competing legislative priorities, challenges and strategies.. in Employment and Disability: Issues, Innovations and Opportunities. Champaign, IL, US: Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2019. Susanne M. Bruyere. (13-33)
  • Thomas P Golden, Matt Saleh, Susanne Marie Bruyere. 2018. Disability Legislation Considerations for Rehabilitation Practitioners. in Medical Aspects of Disability for the Rehabilitation Professional . New York, NY: Springer, 2018. A. Moroz, S. Flanagan, and H. Zaretsky.

Professional Activities

  • Implications for Transition to Employment and Healthcare for Youth and Young Adults with Autism: Findings from a Scoping Review. Presented to CUNY. New York, NY. 2019.


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