Dr Ian James Martins completed his school studies at Cyril Jackson Senior High School, Perth, Western Australia. In 1977-1979 he was selected in the 1000 most intelligent children of the international world. He completed his Bachelor of Science in 1983 (Pathology, Biochemistry/Anatomy and Human Biology) at the University of Western Australia (UWA). In 1985 he completed his Master of Science in Clinical Biochemistry and completed his PhD in Physiology (1989) studying the role of high density lipoprotein (HDL) in diabetes. Dr Martins has been the recipient of seeding grants (1985-2000) from the Raine Medical Research Foundation, Athelstan and Amy Saw Research Grant and Hackett Research Foundation. In the past 30 years as a Research Fellow at Edith Cowan University/UWA collaborations with the NHMRC, Commercial Industry, National Institute of Health (USA), Mc Cusker Foundation approx. 3.5 million dollars has been received for medical and scientific research. Dr Ian Martins has been conferred with the RICHARD KUHN RESEARCH AWARD-2015 ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM. Prevention of over eating by food restriction improves anti-aging gene regulation of liver lipid/drug metabolism. Contribution to biology is the peripheral sink abeta clearance pathway and relevance to organ suicide, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. The First Invited Notable Speaker (Principal Research Fellow) PLENARY FORUM (AGHC-2016) with relevance to the current global epidemic on chronic diseases, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Dr. Ian Martins is a reviewer for journals (40) and Chief Editor, International Journal of Diabetes Research (2016-2014). ResearchGate’s analysis www.google.com under Ian James Martins’ name places RG score higher than 96% of the international researchers, H-index of 22, 87 full text publications.
Nutritional therapy, Drug metabolism, Anti-aging genes, Gene-environment interaction.