Brian C. Martin, PhD, MBA

<p>Master of Business Administration, April 1993<br>University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, Columbia, SC<br><br>Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D., Health Services Research and Administration, August 1996<br>University of South Carolina, Arnold School of Public Health, Columbia, SC</p>

Associate Dean, Administration

Master of Public Health


Lester Hall

757.446.6120

martinbc@evms.edu


Dr. Martin is Professor and Director, Graduate Programs in Public Health in the School of Health Professions, and Assistant Dean for Admissions & Enrollment at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS).  He has operational and administrative responsibility for the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, a professional degree offered by EVMS in collaboration with Old Dominion University (ODU).  As an academician Dr. Martin has taught undergraduate and graduate students, provided service activities, and conducted research in the area of health services administration for over 15 years.  His research interests include access to care, financing healthcare services, cost/benefit analysis, and healthcare workforce development.  From 2006-2014, Dr. Martin was employed at East Tennessee State University, College of Public Health, where he was a tenured, Associate Professor and MPH Coordinator.  Prior to entering academia, he performed strategic planning and new business development in a large, non-profit, tertiary care, teaching hospital.  Dr. Martin earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (1988) and Master of Business Administration (1993) from the University of South Carolina School of Business.  He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Health Services Research and Administration (1996) from the University of South Carolina School of Public Health.

Faculty Appointments

Professor of Health Professions

Additional Certifications

Program Director, MPH Program

Courses Taught

Financing Healthcare; Practicum; Strategic Planning for Health Care; Health Services Planning; Health Services Delivery and Organization; Human Resources Management; Public Health Budgeting and Finance; Philosophy of Public Health; Field Experience.

Undergraduate Degree

BS Business Administration, Marketing and Management, December 1988
University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, Columbia, SC

Graduate Education

Master of Business Administration, April 1993
University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, Columbia, SC

Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D., Health Services Research and Administration, August 1996
University of South Carolina, Arnold School of Public Health, Columbia, SC

Research Interests

Access to care, financing healthcare services, cost/benefit analysis, and healthcare workforce development.

Current Projects

Social Determinants of Treatment Disparities in Cutaneous Melanoma
Disparities in Patients with Low-Birth Weight and Premature Birth
Abnormalities in Coffin-Siris Syndrome Patients

Faculty Appointments

Professor of Health Professions

Additional Certifications

Program Director, MPH Program

Courses Taught

Financing Healthcare; Practicum; Strategic Planning for Health Care; Health Services Planning; Health Services Delivery and Organization; Human Resources Management; Public Health Budgeting and Finance; Philosophy of Public Health; Field Experience.

Undergraduate Degree

BS Business Administration, Marketing and Management, December 1988
University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, Columbia, SC

Graduate Education

Master of Business Administration, April 1993
University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business, Columbia, SC

Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D., Health Services Research and Administration, August 1996
University of South Carolina, Arnold School of Public Health, Columbia, SC

Research Interests

Access to care, financing healthcare services, cost/benefit analysis, and healthcare workforce development.

Current Projects

Social Determinants of Treatment Disparities in Cutaneous Melanoma
Disparities in Patients with Low-Birth Weight and Premature Birth
Abnormalities in Coffin-Siris Syndrome Patients

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