Martin is a principal research scientist in the Musculoskeletal Research Group at our Senneville, Quebec, Canada site. His work involves interpreting data on radiology, imaging, bone biomarkers, and biomechanics from musculoskeletal research and toxicology studies. Martin has mostly worked on the use of musculoskeletal imaging to support toxicology or pharmacodynamic endpoints, as well on osteoarthritis-associated pain. He’s also worked as a consultant in musculoskeletal toxicology, nonclinical bioimaging, and biostatistics.
Martin has a PhD in veterinary sciences/pharmacology and a Master’s Degree in veterinary sciences, both from the University of Montreal, and studied veterinary medicine at École Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse in France. He was a postdoctoral fellow in neurophysiology at the Research Center of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke.
Martin is also the co-author of several publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and is a contributor in books related to musculoskeletal research and bone pathology.