Eileen Martin

Dr. Martin’s research career has focused primarily on the neurocognitive mechanisms and specific effects of HIV on the brain and predictors of vulnerability to HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment among men and women with a history of drug dependence.

Dr. Martin has been responsible, as principal investigator, for several research projects related to HIV and drug abuse, e.g., a study analyzing the cognitive neuropsychology of HIV and drug abuse and a study about decision making and drug abuse in Chicago. Dr. Martin serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, Neuropsychology and the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology and provides ad hoc reviews for numerous scholarly journals, including Biological Psychiatry, The Clinical Neuropsychologist, Psychiatry Research, the Journal of Neurovirology and Psychopharmacology. She is a past member of the Behavioral and Social Consequences of HIV Study Section and has provided ad hoc reviews for numerous NIH review panels.

Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, United States