Ian James Martins
Adjunct Senior Researcher
Edith Cowan University School of Medical Sciences
Ian James Martins, Senior Researcher, at Edith Cowan University and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, University of Western Australia, Dept of Psychiatry and Neurogenetics, Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Dr. Martins completed his undergraduate Science degree at the University of Western Australia in 1984, then completing an MSc in Clinical Biochemistry in 1986. In 1987 he commenced a Ph.D. studying the role of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in diabetes (Hackett Scholarship). In 1993 he was awarded a Saw fellowship from the University of Western Australia to conduct studies relating to the metabolism of chylomicrons and their remnants and the influence of size and composition on their clearance from blood and its importance to atherosclerosis.
The publications between 1988-2000 have shown that Dr. Martins has made a valuable and solid contribution to the field of atherosclerosis and heart disease. His work has concentrated on understanding the role of dietary cholesterol-rich particles and the subsequent clearance and metabolism from the blood plasma and their potential risk for the development of heart disease. These research studies have shown that the type of dietary fat and increased consumption are important risk factors for heart disease.
From 2018 to 2020 there has been an increase in h-index, Citations, Reads and Public mentions from databases of Google Scholar Citations, Mendeley, Scopus, ResearchGate, Academia.edu, Semantic Scholar (133 INFLUENTIAL CITATIONS) and 41 articles are now under Global analysis by Research Online. PUBLICATIONS 2020-2012.
Research studies have shown that the type of dietary fat and increased consumption are important risk factors for heart disease