Ian B. K. Martin, M.D., FACEP

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine; Program Director, EM Global Health & Leadership Program; Associate Director, Office of International Activities (UNC SOM); Associate Residency Program Director;

Dr. Ian B.K. Martin ,  Emergency Medicine

 Ian B. K. Martin, M.D., FACEP

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine

Program Director, EM Global Health & Leadership Program

Associate Director, Office of International Activities (UNC SOM)

Associate Residency Program Director

 

Education

 B.S., Duke University, 1995

M.D., MCP-Hahnemann School of Medicine, 2000

 

Residency

 

Emergency Medicine-Internal Medicine, 2005
University of Maryland Medical System

Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine-Internal Medicine, 2004-2005

University of Maryland Medical System

 

Fellowship

American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Teaching Fellowship, 2008
ACEP Headquarters, Dallas, TX

 

Board Certification

 

American Board of Internal Medicine, 2005

American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2006

Research Interests

  • ED-based HIV testing/screening
  • Acute care registries in developing countries
  • Functional outcomes in ED patients in developing countries
  • Host - response to acute infection

Professional Societies and Memberships

  • Member , ACEP, 2002-present
  • Member , SAEM, 2006-present
  • Secretary , SAEM International Emergency Medicine Interest Group, 2007-2009
  • Chair , Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) International Emergency Medicine Interest Group, 2009-2011
  • Member , SAEM Graduate Medical Education Committee, 2009-present
  • Member , Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors, 2009-present
  • Member , North Carolina chapter-ACEP, 2009-present
  • Member , ACEP International Section, 2009-present
  • Deputy Editor , ACEP International Newsletter, 2009-present
  • Member, African Federation of Emergency Medicine, 2011-present
  • Founder and President, Global Emergency Medicine Academy ( an affiliate of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine), 2011-2013
  • Member, Ethics Committee UNC Health Care System, 2011-2014

Special Honors and Awards

  • 2003 : Inductee, Humanism in Medicine Honor Society, University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • 2005 : Distinguished Service Award, Chief Resident, University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Training Program
  • 2005-2009 : 10 Gold Star Awards (for patient service), Duke University Medical Center
  • 2006 : Nominee, Strength, Hope, and Caring Award, Duke University Medical Center
  • 2008 :Finalist, Leonard B. Tow Humanism in Medicine Award, Duke University Medical Center
  • 2010 : Simmons Scholar
  • 2011 - 2016 : Associate Fellow, UNC Academy of Educators

Special Interests

  • Inpatient General Medicine
  • Development of Emergency Medicine as a specialty abroad
  • HIV- and cancer-related emergencies
  • Resident education