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Mary Jo N. Martin , MD

    • Title:
    • Assistant Professor

    • Role:
    • Faculty

    • Faculty Appointments:
    • Assistant Professor:

      EVMS, Department of Clinical Ophthalmology

      February 2013 – present                                            

      Lecturer Ophthalmic Pathology to Ophthalmology residents

       

      Assistant Professor:

      EVMS, Department of Pathology & Anatomy

      July 2011 – present 

      Course director M2 Pathology course

      Lecturer & Lab Instructor M2 Pathology course

      Lecturer & Lab Instructor M1 Histology course

      Lecturer, Small Group Leader, & Lab Instructor M1 Neuroscience course

      Lecturer Physician Assistant Pathophysiology course

      Committees:   Search Committee for Director of Academic Support Services;

      Ad Hoc Subcommittee for Medical Education Committee (Curriculum Reform);

      Medical Education Committee (MEC) 2013 - present

       

    • Additional Certifications:
    • Licensure/certification

       

      Medicine and Surgery License # 0101233525, Commonwealth of Virginia (2002 - current)

       

      Medical Examiner, Commonwealth of Virginia (2003 - current)

       

      Certified MT (ASCP): MT-170442 (August 1986)

    • Focus Areas:
    • Office Location:
    • Lewis Hall

    • Undergraduate Education:
    • West Virginia University School of Medicine

      Morgantown, West Virginia

      Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

      1982 - 1986

    • Graduate Education:
    • Postdoctoral Education:
    • Medical Education:
    • Marshall University School of Medicine

      Huntington, West Virginia

      Doctor of Medicine

      1993 - 1998

    • Residency:
    • VCUHS/MCV, Department of Pathology

      Richmond, Virginia

      Residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology

      1998 – 2003

       

    • Fellowship(s):
    • VCUHS/MCV, Department of Pathology

      Richmond, Virginia

      Fellowship in Neuropathology

      Clinical assistant professor appointment during fellowship (not salaried).

      2005 – 2007          

       

      VCUHS/MCV, Department of Pathology

      Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Commonwealth of Virginia

      Richmond, Virginia

      Fellowship in Legal Medicine (forensic pathology)

      2003 – 2004

       

       

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    • Affiliation(s):
    • Research Interests:
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    • Honors and Awards

       

      Outstanding Advocacy Award (2013) Huntington Disease Society of America (HDSA); Southeast Virginia Affiliate; Chairperson

       

      Association of Pathology Chairs Honor Society (inducted October 2008).

       

      Outstanding Teacher Award (2005-6, 2007-8) – Best Teacher M-II Pathogenesis course (clinical lab)

      School of Medicine Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia campus.

       

      Charles W. “Buck” Moncure Autopsy Service Award (2002) – resident award for clinical

      and teaching excellence, Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University.

       

      Fergus O’M Shiel Teaching Award (1999-2000) – resident award for excellence in teaching medical students, Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University.

       

      West Virginia Primary Care Fellowship (1997), Marshall University School of Medicine.

      Mu Tau Medical Technology Honorary (1985 induction), West Virginia University School

      of Medicine.

    • Bio:
    • Prior Professional Positions

       

      Assistant Clinical Professor:

      VCUHS/MCV, Department of Pathology

      Hematology/bone marrow clinical service with primary responsibility being collection of bone marrow samples; instruction and supervision of collection techniques to resident physicians.  Additional teaching responsibilities included formal lectures to medical students and residents in ophthalmology.

      2009 - 2011

       

      Assistant Clinical Professor:

      VCUHS/MCV, Department of Pathology

      Neuropathology and autopsy clinical services with the

      additional responsibility of teaching pathology residents

      in those disciplines.  Teaching responsibilities include

      lectures to medical students, dental students, and residents

      in pathology, neurology, neurosurgery, and ophthalmology.

      2007 - 2009

                                                    

      Assistant Clinical Professor:

      VCUHS/MCV, Department of Pathology

      Supervise/assist pathology residents performing autopsies

      while teaching dissection techniques, microscopic histological

      interpretation and diagnoses.  Taught medical student

      Pathogenesis lectures and numerous pathology laboratories.

      2004 - 2005

       

      Local Medical Examiner (Appointment in Tidewater area)

      Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Commonwealth of Virginia

      Receive and evaluate death calls, photograph and evaluate

      death scenes, perform external examinations of decedents,

      perform cremation examinations, certify cause and manner of death.

      2003 - present

       

      Medical Technologist (ASCP) and Blood Bank Categorical Instructor

      Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC), Charleston WV

      Initial fifteen months as a generalist at Women and Children’s Division.  August 1989 to August 1993 blood bank technologist at General, Memorial and Women and Children’s divisions.  Instructor for CAMC’s Blood Bank Categorical Training Program (students eligible for BB certification) during 1991-92 academic year.  February 1994 to August 1994 as a generalist (mostly hematology) at General division.

      1988 - 1995

       

      Medical Technologist (ASCP)

      Huntington Hospital, Huntington WV

      Generalist (hematology, chemistry, coagulation, blood bank, microbiology, immunology, urinalysis, and phlebotomy).

      1987 - 1988

       

      Medical Technologist (ASCP)

      City Hospital, Inc., Martinsburg WV

      Generalist (hematology, chemistry, coagulation, blood bank, microbiology, immunology, urinalysis, and phlebotomy).

      1986 - 1987

       

       

       

       

Selected Publications

 

Martin MJ, Hafez N, Ghatak NR. Mixed germ cell tumor of lateral ventricle in an adult. Modern Pathology, vol 3, supplement 3:145, Sept 2006.

 

Martin MJ, Schroeder J, Ghatak NR. Dura-based large B-cell lymphoma. Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology. 66(5):441, May 2007.

 

Clark AJ, Lee K, Broaddus WC, Martin MJ, Ghatak NR, Grossman CE, Baker S Jr, Baykal A. Primary brain T-cell lymphoma of the lymphoblastic type presenting as altered mental status. Acta Neurochir (WEIN). 2009 Jul 4.