Mike Martin, MD

Title(s)Associate Clinical Professor, Epidemiology & Biostatistics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, ILBS1977Biology
    University of Chicago, Chicago, ILMD1981Medicine
    Yale University, New Haven, CTResidency1984Internal Medicine
    University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CAFellowship1987Clinical Epidemiology
    University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CAResidency1987Preventive Medicine
    University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CAMPH1987Epidemiology
    University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CAMBA1987Management
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    Loyola University of Chicago1976  - 1977President, Blue Key National Honor Society
    Loyola University of Chicago1977Tri Beta Biologic Honor Society
    University of Chicago1981Frank McLean Research Award
    University of Chicago1981Upjohn Achievement Award
    Dept. of Health and Human Services1985Secretary's Award for Innovation in Health
    University of California, Berkeley1987Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society

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    Dr. Martin has been involved in a variety of research projects with a focus on preventive medicine issues. These research projects include the relationship of cholesterol levels to heart disease, the effects of passive smoking on heart disease, the cost of firearm injuries, sunlight’s aging effects on the skin, and the excessive use of antibiotics in animal agriculture.

    Dr. Martin teaches at UCSF and, for more than 30 years, he saw patients in the General Medicine Clinic at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, an affiliate of UCSF.

    He serves on the national board of directors and is the Treasurer of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). He also serves on the board of directors for the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of PSR.

    Dr. Martin is the Founder & President of Physicians Against Red Meat (PhARM), a nonprofit group seeking to improve individual health and the health of our planet by reducing red meat consumption.

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    1. Program and Abstracts: 1985 American Public Health Association Meetings. The San Francisco ordinance regulating smoking in the workplace: the first ten months. 1985; 168. Martin, M.J. and Silverman, M.F.
    2. Institute for Health Policy Studies Discussion Paper Series. The epidemiology of firearm deaths in the United States. 1985. Martin, M.J.
    3. Institute for Health Policy Studies Discussion Paper Series. The need for a fact book on legislation regulating smoking in the workplace. 1985. Martin, M.J.
    4. Absence of exercise-induced hypoglycemia in Type I diabetic patients during maintenance of normoglycemia by short-term, open-loop insulin infusion. Diabetologica. 1982; 23:337-342. Martin, M.J., Robbins, D.C., Bergenstal, R., LaGrange, B. and Rubenstein, A.H.
    5. Effect of mild hyperinsulinemia on the metabolic response to exercise. Metabolism. 1981; 30:688-94. Martin, M.J., Horowitz, D.L., Nattrass, M., Granger, J.F., Rochman, H., and Ash, S.
    6. The Effect of Hyperinsulinemia on the Hormonal and Metabolic Adaptation to Exercise. Endocrine Society Abstracts. 1979; 176. Martin, M.J., Horwitz, D.L., Nattrass, M., Granger, J. and Rochman, H.
    7. Plasma glucose and free insulin response to a meal using combined preprogrammed and feedback-controlled insulin administration. Workshop on Artificial Beta Cell in Diabetes Research and Management. Satellite Symposium to Tenth IDF Congress. 1979; 50. Horwitz, D.L., Granger, J.F., Nattrass, M. and Martin, M.J. Abstracts: .
    8. Rise in plasma glucose with exercise during maintenance of strict normoglycemia in diabetics. Diabetes, Supplement 2. 1979; (29):72A. Martin, M.J., Bergenstal, R., La Grange, B., Blix, P. and Robbins, D.
    9. Metabolic and hormonal response to moderate exercise during maintenance of strict normoglycemia with constant insulin infusion. Medicine on the Midway. 1979; (26):33. Martin, M.J.
    10. A facile synthesis of the sex pheromone of the red bollworm moth from 10-undecen-1-01. Journal of Organic Chemistry. 1977; (42):1799-1800. Babler, J. and Martin, M.J.