Seth Martin, MD

Clinical PI: Seth Martin, MD, MHS, FACC
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Cardiology
Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease
NIH mHealth Scholar
Dr. Seth S. Martin, MD, MHS, FACC received his Bachelor of Science degree from Washington and Lee University, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He went on to receive his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his internal medicine training at Duke University. Dr. Martin then completed a cardiology fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.


Dr. Martin is a core faculty member in the Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease and an associate faculty member in the Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology, and Clinical Research in the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He serves as teaching faculty for medical student cardiology and transition to the wards curricula and a core teaching faculty member for the Janeway Firm in the Osler Medical Residency. He attends on the inpatient medicine and cardiology services where he takes care of patients with heart attacks and other conditions. He is an NIH mobile health scholar and leads mobile health innovations for Johns Hopkins Cardiology. Dr. Martin co-chairs the CVD/Aging mHealth Interest Group of Welch & Ciccarone Centers and is an mHealth Scholar of the NIH. He was recognized as an Up and Coming Future Star of Cardiology by the American College of Cardiology. He serves as Vice-Chair of the Advocacy Coordinating Committee for the American Heart Association and is Co-Chair of the Greater Baltimore Young Hearts Board. Dr. Martin has been honored with multiple prestigious awards for his research, including the Silverman Award and the Steven N. Blair Award for his physical activity work using mobile health technology. He is a member of the State Advisory Council on Heart Disease and Stroke. Dr. Martin has published more than 150 articles in leading cardiology and medicine journals, such as JACC, Circulation, and JAMA. He contributed to the preventive cardiology companion of the most recognizable textbook of cardiovascular medicine, Braunwald’s Heart Disease.