STEVE MARTIN
Clinical Associate Professor, Health and Kinesiology
Office#: 118 Player Development Center - West Campus
Mail Stop: 4245
Office Phone: (979) 862-7726
E-mail:
Other Title: Fitlife Program Coordinator
Primary Emphasis Area: Kinesiology
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Short Bio
Dr. Steven Edward Martin is a Clinical Associate Professor of clinical and applied exercise physiology at the Applied Exercise Science Laboratory and the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine at Texas A&M University. Dr. Steven E. Martin received his B.S. in Exercise Physiology from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. His work experience includes cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation as well as non-invasive cardiovascular stress testing. He completed his Masters and Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology at Texas A&M University. He currently teaches courses in cardiovascular stress testing, electrocardiography, and clinical exercise evaluation and prescription. His primary research focus is exercise and lipid metabolism relating to cardiovascular disease risk reduction. His research interests also include cardiovascular disease risk in firefighters and law enforcement personnel. Dr. Martin resides in College Station, and is the proud parent of two boys and one daughter.
Research Interests
Cardiovascular exercise physiology
Exercise, lipid metabolism and cardiovascular disease risk
Exercise physiology
Health fitness and cardiovascular disease risk in firefighters and law enforcement personnel
Human Performance
Physical fitness and cardiac rehabilitation
Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)*

1. Crouse, S.F., White, S., Erwin, J.P., Meade T.H., Martin, S.E., Oliver, J.M., Joubert, D.P., Lambert, B.S., Bramhall, J.P., Gill, K., & Weir, D. (2016) Echocardiographic and Blood Pressure Characteristics of First-Year Collegiate American-Style Football Players. American Journal of Cardiology, 117:131-134

2. Oliver, J.M., Joubert, D.P., Caldwell, A., Martin, S.E., & Crouse, S.F. (2015). A longitudinal study examining the effects of a season of American football on lipids and lipoproteins. Lipids in Health and Disease, 14:35 doi:10.1186/s12944-015-0021-6

3. Oliver, J.M., Joubert, D.P., Martin S.E., & Crouse S.F. (2013) Oral creatine supplementation[48]19s decrease of blood lactate during exhaustive, incremental cycling. International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism, 23, 252-259

4. Greene, N.P., Martin, S.E., & Crouse, S.F. (2012) Acute Exercise and Training Alter Blood Lipid and Lipoprotein Profiles Differently in Overweight and Obese Men and Women. Obesity, 20:1618-1627

5. Lambert, B.S., Oliver, J.M., Katts, G.R., Green, J.S., Martin, S.E., & Crouse, S.F. (2012) DEXA or BMI: Clinical Considerations for Evaluating Obesity in Collegiate Division IA American Football Athletes. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 22(5):436-438

6. Oliver, J.M., Lambert, B.S., Martin, S.E., Green, J.S., Crouse, S.F. (2012) Predicting football players' dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry body composition using standard anthropometric measures. Journal of Athletic Training 47(3): 257-263

7. Ribeiro, F.R.B., Tedeschi, L.O., Rhoades, R.D., Smith, S.B., Martin, S.E., & Crouse, S.F. (2011) Evaluating the application of dual x-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) to assess dissectible fat and muscle from the 9 to 11th rib section of beef cattle. The Professional Animal Scientist. 27:472-476

8. Crouse, S. F., Meade, T., Hansen, B.E., Green, J.S., Martin, S.M. (2009). Electrocardiograms of college football athletes. Clinical Cardiology. 32 (1), 37-42

9. Crouse, S.F., Meade, T., Hansen, B.E., Green J.S. & Martin, S.E. (2009) Electrocardiograms of collegiate football athletes. Clinical Cardiology, 32(1), 37-42.

10. Miller, T.A., Thierry-Aguilera, R., Congleton, J.J., Amendola, A.A., Clark, M.J., Crouse, S.F., Martin, S.E. & Jenkins, O.C. (2007) Seasonal changes in VO2max among division 1A collegiate women soccer players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21(1), 48-51. *

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* Publication was joint-authored with students
Diss Publication was from a dissertation
ROS Publication was from a record of study

College of Education and Human Development Grants and Contracts (Current)

The City of Bryan Fire Department Cardiovascular Health Profiles-2017. (PI)
City of Bryan (Local)
2017/02/17 - 2018/06/30
Total Funding: 44,000.

Brazos County Volunteer Fire Dept. - Precint 3 Clinical Testing Program 2016-2017. (PI)
Brazos County Volunteer Fire Department (Local)
2016/10/01 - 2017/08/31
Total Funding: 10,101.

The City of College Station Police Department Cardiovascular Health Profiles 2016-17. (Co-PI)
City of College Station (Local)
2016/10/01 - 2017/09/30
Total Funding: 30,000.
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