Defining Your Path To Excellence.

Our experts guide you through present challenges to improve life for patients living with sickle cell disease and related genetic disorders.


We create solutions for a variety of clients, including:

Medical centers seeking to improve their patient satisfaction levels.

Community groups serving those affected by Sickle Cell Disease and related blood disorders.

Clinical trial sites seeking enrollment from the Sickle Cell patient population.

Event organizers seeking to invite a speaker who lives with Sickle Cell Disease.

Medical or professional schools seeking to invite a speaker who lives with Sickle Cell Disease.

Policymakers seeking insight into this segment of the population.


Founded in 2013, Micromattie Consulting brings energy and experience together to support a core interest in helping those affected by rare genetic diseases.  Our talented group of experts in health care, biomedical research, and patient advocacy will tailor efficient solutions to your need.


Our Credo: Priorities for research, delivery of care, and advocacy must be rooted in the real-world perspectives of the people most affected by inherited health conditions. Success follows when our actions are aligned with the needs of those whom we serve.


Meet the Founder:

Mattie Robinson, MS, MA

Mattie Robinson’s professional background includes over 7 years of experience in biomedical research, with additional roles in R&D, nonprofit management, and science education. Her technical knowledge is combined with hands-on research experience in molecular biology,  retroviral vector design, bacterial fermentation, analytical chemistry, and polymer science. In 2013 she sensed a need for her technical and leadership skills to serve as a web connecting clinicians, researchers, and policymakers more closely with Sickle Cell patients. Accordingly, she hung up her lab coat to start Micromattie Consulting.

This venture perfectly houses the skills that she gained delivering results at the National Institutes of Health, Procter and Gamble, the William E. Proudford Sickle Cell Fund, and the Washington University Physicians Hematology Department. Additionally, this organization accesses knowledge from her diverse network of subject matter experts. Ms. Robinson holds a graduate degree in Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida as well as a Master of Arts in Human Genetics and Molecular Biology from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.



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