|Sandra L Martin, PhD|
Maternal and Child Health
Associate Dean for Research
Gillings School of Global Public Health
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1988||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||PhD, Epidemiology|
|1984||McMaster University, Ontario||MSc, Epidemiology and Biostatistics|
|1978||McMaster University, Ontario||BA, Psychology & Anthropology|
Dr. Martin’s research, teaching, and public health service focus on the health of women and children, with particular attention paid to the role that violence plays in their lives. Much of her research has examined violence during pregnancy and the postpartum period, with investigations concerning the prevalence of such violence, risky health behaviors (such as substance use) associated with this violence, and screening for violence within health care settings. In addition, she has conducted studies focusing on topics such as adolescent dating violence, sexual assault, and violence in military families. She has also played key roles in examining the impact of various types of services for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, including services within North Carolina and worldwide. She works collaboratively with many groups on her research, including the Governor's Crime Commission, the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and the World Health Organization. She has more than 100 publications examining these issues, with many of these papers including her student colleagues.
|Martin SL, Parcesepe, A (2013)|
Sexual assault and women’s mental health.
In: Violence Against Women and Mental Health. C Garcia-Moreno, A Riecher-Rössler (Eds).
|Macy R J, Martin SL, Nwabuzor I, Rizo CF|
What do domestic violence and sexual assault service providers need to know about survivors to deliver services?.
Violence Against Women: vol.In press
|Halpern, CT, Tucker CM, Bengtson A, Kupper LL, McLean S, Martin SL. (2013)|
Somatic symptoms among US adolescent females: Associations with sexual and physical violence exposure.
Maternal and Child Health Journal: vol.epub prior to print
|Nwabuzor, I, Macy RJ, Kupper LL, Martin SL, Bledsoe SE. (2013)|
Intimate Partner Violence and Depressive Symptoms Before Pregnancy, During Pregnancy and After Infant Delivery: An Exploratory Study.
Journal of Interpersonal Violence: vol.epub prior to print
|Martin SL, Arcara J, Pollock MD. (2012)|
Domestic violence during pregnancy and the postpartum period.