2014 to present - Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, University of Michigan School of Public Health
2010-2014, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Wayne State University
2009-2010, Post-doctoral Fellow, Seattle Children's Research Institute
2009, Ph.D., University of Washington, 2009
2005, M.P.H., University of Washington
2001, B.S., University of Michigan
Interests include: Respiratory virus epidemiology (including RSV, bocavirus, influenza). Hospital epidemiology and infection prevention (including MRSA / VRE coinfection). Molecular epidemiology.
My research group has a continuing interest in the occurrence and clinical impact of multiple-pathogen infections, which essentially exist as combinations of persistent and acute pathogens. A major hypothesis for our studies is that the presence of a persistent pathogen modifies the incidence and severity of subsequent acute infections. The overall goal of our research is to define the epidemiology and clinical outcomes of pathogen persistence and coinfection, with a specific focus on infections with multiple pathogens and on chronic carriage of viruses and bacteria in people without symptoms.
Martin ET, Kaye KS, Knott C, Nguyen H, Santarossa M, Evans R, Beltran E, Jaber L. Diabetes and Risk of Surgical Site Infection: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, In Press.
Martin ET, Kuypers J, McRoberts JP, Englund JA, Zerr DM. Human bocavirus-1 primary infection and shedding in infants. The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2015 Aug 15;212(4):516-24 PMID: 25632039
Foxman B, Martin ET, Use of the Microbiome in the Practice of Epidemiology: A Primer on –Omic Technologies. Am J Epidemiology. 2015 Jul 1;182(1):1-8.
Hayakawa K, Martin ET, Gudur UM, Marchaim D, Dalle D, Alshabani K, Muppavarapu KS, Jaidev F, Bathina P, Sundaragiri PR, Rajuri SD, Khatri J, Pogue J, Lephart P, Rybak MJ, Kaye KS. The impact of different antimicrobial therapies on clinical and fiscal outcomes of patients with bacteremia due to vancomycin-resistant enterococci. Antimicrob Agents Chem. 2014 Jul; 58(7):3968-75.
Martin, E.T., Archer, C., McRoberts, J., Kulik, J., Thurston, T., Lephart, P., Kaye, K.S. (2013). Epidemiology of severe influenza outcomes among adult patients with obesity in Detroit, Michigan, 2011. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses, Nov; 7(6), 1004-7.
Martin, E.T., Fairchok, M.P., Stednick, Z.J., Kuypers, J., Englund, J.A. (2013). Epidemiology of Multiple Respiratory Viruses in Childcare Attendees. Journal of Infectious Diseases, Mar; 207(6), 982-9.