Quinnipiac University
Thomas G. Martin

Professor of Medical Sciences

FOM I Assistant Course Director

Thomas Martin earned his undergraduate and master degrees from Quinnipiac University in the fields of Health and Science Studies and Medical Laboratory Sciences and received his Ph.D in Pathobiology from the University of Connecticut. While his graduate research focused mainly on animal disease modeling for Clostridium pathogens, his interest in human physiology has been his main passion and primary area of teaching and research since joining the Department of Biomedical Sciences in 2010.

He currently teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses that focus on various aspects of human health, disease and performance. His primary teaching responsibilities are Pathophysiology (BMS 318 & BMS 518) Medical Terminology (PA 502), Human Physiology (PA 515), and Disease Mechanisms (PA 535).

His current research focuses on investigating the effects of fatigue on the human body with a primary emphasis on overtraining and endurance running. He also works with a number of the University’s Athletic teams assessing sports performance and injury prevention strategies. He has worked with over 40 students on various research projects from the Biomedical Sciences and Physical Therapy Departments as well as the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine and emphasis collaboration and interdisciplinary research practices. Many of his research students have presented their work at the American College of Sports Medicine regional and national meetings.

As Department Chair and Program Director of the Biomedical Sciences and Microbiology & Immunology programs he strives to create impactful, hands-on opportunities for our students in both teaching and research. His emphasis is a student-centered learning environment as well as a strong sense of community.


  • BS, Quinnipiac University
  • MHS, Quinnipiac University
  • PHD, University of Connecticut


  • Medicine

Office Location

  • Medicine, Nursing, Health Sci 307E

Mail Drop

  • NH-MED


Quinnipiac University

Professor of Medical Sciences

Hamde, CT

2022 - Present

Quinnipiac University

Professor of Biomedical Sciences

Hamden, CT

2020 - 2022

Quinnipiac University

Associate Professor

Hamden, CT

2016 - 2020

Quinnipiac University

Assistant Professor

Hamden, CT

2011 - 2016

Quinnipiac University

Visiting Assistant Professor

Hamden, CT

2010 - 2011

Goodwin College

Adjunct Faculty, Human Biology

East Hartford, CT

2010 - 2010

University of Connecticut

Graduate Assistant

Storrs, CT

2005 - 2006

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal

Detecting Bone Marrow Edema With Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: A Brief Report

Minale, A., Woolley, K., Smith, R., Olohirere, E, Feinn, R., Mele, B., Martin, T., Garbalosa, J., Myrick, K.

16 Journal for Nurse Practitioners E129-132 September (2020)

Peer Reviewed Journal

The Role of Volume Regulation and Thermoregulation in AKI during Marathon Running

Mansour, S, Martin, T, Obeid, W, Pata, R, Myrick, K, Kukova, L, Jia, Y, Bjornstad, P, El-Koury, J, Parikh, C.

14 Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 1-9 August (2019)

Peer Reviewed Journal

The influence of non-modifiable and modifiable factors on cardiac biomarkers post-marathon running

Martin, T, Pata, R, Jou, D, Narowska, G, Myrick, K, Malloy, K, LaFalce, A, Feinn, R

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 1-16 February (2019)

Peer Reviewed Journal

Effects of season long participation on ACL volume in female intercollegiate soccer athletes

Myrick, K, Voss, A, Feinn, R, Martin, T, Mele, B, Garbalosa, J.

6:12 Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics 1-6 (2019)

Peer Reviewed Poster

High Intensity Interval Training And Acute Altitude Exposure In A Masters Athlete: A Case Study

Woolley, K, Martin, T

American College of Sports Medicine , Orlando, FL (2019)

Peer Reviewed Poster

Growth or Destruction: Bone Marrow Edema Pathways

Minaie, A, Myrick, K, Mele, B, Feinn, R, Martin, T, Garbalosa, J

American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, FL (2019)

Peer Reviewed Poster

Evaluation Of A Novel Acl Injury Prevention Technique:can Martial Arts Fall Training (break-falling And Rolling) Alter The Lower Extremity At-risk Biomechanics In Soccer Athletes?

Myrick, K, Frankli, Z, Kasabo, C, Martin, T, Golden, M, Reisler, D, Feinn, R, Garbalosa, J

American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, FL. (2019)

Peer Reviewed Poster

High Intensity Interval Training and Acute Altitude Exposure in a Masters Athlete: A Case Study

Woolley, K, Martin, T

New England American College of Sports Medicine, Providence, RI (2018)

Peer Reviewed Poster

Effect of Marathon Running on Cardiac Biomarkers and Core Body Temperature

Anderson, E, Bona, A, Cardosa, K, Conzo, K, Martin, T, Feinn, R, Myrick, K, Pata, R.

New England American College of Sports Medicine, Providence, RI (2018)