Martin joined SDF in July 2021 to work on the NalPORS project, an international study of Naloxone administration led by Kings College London. His role is to assist with all aspects of the Scottish component of the study, including organisation, recruitment, and data collection. He also provides research support for a variety of research and evaluation projects within the research and peer engagement team. Recent projects have included an evaluation of the SDF Peer-to-Peer Naloxone project, and an international evaluation on decriminalisation.
Martin comes from a background of academic research and is in the final stages of a PhD at the Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow. He is experienced in mixed-methods evaluations of public health interventions, particularly those that involve the analysis of social networks.