Greg Martin MD, MSc

Contact Information:

Phone: 404-616-0148


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SOM: Medicine: Pulmonary

School Of Medicine

Other Affiliations:

  • Emory Critical Care Center
  • Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance
  • Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute
  • Atlanta Center for Microsystems Enabled Point-of-Care Technologies (ACME POCT)

External Links (e.g. Departmental web site, iTunes lectures, etc.):

Degrees Held:

  • BS, Duke University, 1989
  • MD, Vanderbilt University, 1994
  • MSc, Emory University, 2004

Biography/Description of Research:

Greg S. Martin, M.D., M.Sc. is Professor of Medicine with tenure at Emory University in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care, where he is the Associate Division Director for Critical Care. 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 degree at Emory University. Dr. Martin serves as the Director of Research for the Emory Critical Care Center (ECCC), as the Director of the Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute and the affiliated Center for Health Discovery and Well Being, and the Director of the Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance Clinical Research Centers (GCRC). Dr. Martin previously served as the Section Chief for Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care at Grady Memorial Hospital, where he also works clinically in the Medical and Cardiovascular Intensive Care Units and chairs the Critical Care Committee.

Dr. Martin's personal research includes clinical and translational research in critically ill patients, with his primary interests being in sepsis, organ dysfunction syndromes and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Dr. Martin has conducted work that spans epidemiology and health services research through biomarker trials to randomized, controlled treatment trials in critically ill patients. In his roles for both the Division and the ECCC, Dr. Martin helps to coordinate critical care research at Emory, including the Emory Program in Critical Care. Dr. Martin is clinically active in both pulmonary and critical care medicine and is an active teacher in the Pulmonary & Critical Care fellowship program.

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Multifractal Analysis for Nutritional Assessment

by Youngja Park; Kichun Lee; Thomas R Ziegler; Greg Martin; Gautam Hebbar; Brani Vidakovic; Dean P Jones



Timing of Intubation and Mortality Among Critically Ill Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patients: A Single-Center Cohort Study.

by Alfonso C. Hernandez-Romieu; Max W. Adelman; Maxwell A. Hockstein; Chad J. Robichaux; Johnathan A. Edwards; Jane C. Fazio; James Blum; Craig Jabaley; Mark E. Caridi-Scheible; Gregory Martin; David J Murphy; Sara C. Auld



Developing Treatment Guidelines During a Pandemic Health Crisis: Lessons Learned From COVID-19.

by Gregory Martin; Craig Coopersmith; S Kuriakose; K Singh; AK Pau; E Daar; R Gandhi; P Tebas; L Evans; RM Gulick; HC Lane; H Masur; NIH COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel; JA Aberg; AA Adimora; J Baker; LB Kreuziger; R Bedimo; PS Belperio; SV Cantrill; SL Davis; AL Dzierba; JJ Gallagher; DV Glidden; B Grund; EJ Hardy; C Hinkson; BL Hughes; S Johnson; MJ Keller; AY Kim; JL Lennox; MM Levy; JZ Li; S Naggie; AT Pavia; N Seam; SQ Simpson; S Swindells; P Tien; AA Waghmare; KC Wilson; J Yazdany; P Zachariah; DM Campbell; C Harrison; T Burgess; J Francis; V Sheikh; TM Uyeki; R Walker; JT Brooks; LB Ortiz; RT Davey; LK Doepel; RW Eisinger; A Han; ES Higgs; MC Nason; P Crew; AM Lerner; C Lund; C Worthington



Haemodynamic monitoring and management in COVID-19 intensive care patients: an International survey

by Frederic Michard; Manu LNG Malbrain; Gregory Martin; Thierry Fumeaux; Suzana Lobo; Filipe Gonzalez; Vitor Pinho-Oliveira; Jean-Michel Constantin



A Longitudinal Study of Health Improvement in the Atlanta CHDWB Wellness Cohort.

by Rubina Tabassum; Lynn Cunningham; Emily Hope Stephens; Katelyn Sturdivant; Gregory Martin; Kenneth Brigham; Greg Gibson