Greg S. Martin, MD, MSc
Predictive Health Institute and Center for Health Discovery and Well Being
Professor of Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine
Executive Associate Division Director
Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
BiographyAs Director of the Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute and the Center for Health Discovery and Well Being, Dr. Martin is guiding two nationally eminent institutions in an innovative new approach that crosses disciplines to create and validate new paradigms to maintain and improve human health beyond the 21st century. The Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute espouses a proactive vision to maintaining health rather than to treat disease. The Center for Health Discovery and Well Being is a program of the Predictive Health Institute that incorporates the broadest set of health parameters to create a predictive, personalized proactive approach to health care for each individual. Dr. Martin is Professor of Medicine in the Emory University School of Medicine and Associate Division Director for Critical Care at Emory University in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. Dr. Martin conducts clinical and translational research in critically ill patients, with his primary interests being in sepsis, organ dysfunction syndromes and acute respiratory distress syndrome. He is internationally recognized for his pioneering work in the epidemiology of critical illness and his innovative studies focused on improving patient-centered outcomes. He is the co-author of more than 100 scientific articles, reviews, book chapters, editorials and scientific abstracts, and he has given a larger number of lectures at institutional, national and international conferences. Dr. Martin completed his undergraduate studies at Duke University; medical school, residency and subspecialty fellowship training were completed at Vanderbilt University and a post-graduate Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) degree at Emory University.
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