Martin is a science graduate with a post-graduate qualifications in health economics and health policy. His current project intends to provide a health economic analysis of genomic testing in bone marrow failure aiming at routine implementation and reimbursement.
Martin’s research focus involves the use of decision analytical models in the evaluation of genomic medicine in the context of haematology and cancer. In particular, he is interested in methodological approaches in constructing advanced simulation models to analyse individual patient care pathways on a systems level. His aim is to evaluate and compare the effectiveness of genomic medicine with usual care in the clinical management of patients.
Prior to his appointment with the Cancer Health Services Research unit, Martin has worked for many non-government health organisations across Melbourne, advising and consulting with different institutions regarding health services delivery.
Martin has a Bachelor of Science (Pathology) and a Master of Public Health both from the University of Melbourne.
During the football season, you can find Martin cheering on the Western Bulldogs!