Dr Cara Martin is an Assistant Professor in Molecular Pathology, Tumour Biology and Cancer Screening in the School of Medicine at Trinity College Dublin. She leads the CERVIVA research team based in the Coombe Women and Infant’s University Hospital. Her research programme consists of translational health services based research and some basic research approaches in female gynecological cancers. She is co-founder, lead investigator and programme manager of CERVIVA, The Irish Cervical Screening Research Consortium, which is a health services based research programme aimed at supporting CervicalCheck, the National Cervical Screening Programme. Dr Martin leads the molecular epidemiology workpackages within the various CERVIVA projects and is leading the CERVIVA HPV primary screening pilot study and CERVIVA-Vax. She was PI on a number of European FP7 funded projects in the area of cervical cancer screening and diagnostics, including SYSTEMCERV, AUTOCAST, MicroActive. She has published 78 papers, 13 book chapters and over 200 abstracts at International/National meetings and has over 4,456 citations [H index 30, i10-index 59].
Department of Histopathology
Trinity College Dublin