Sean Martin

Program Lead | Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health

Longitudinal Research

Dr Sean Martin is the Program Lead for the Ten To Men (TTM): Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health at AIFS. As part of this role he oversees the management of the content, methodology, and fieldwork activities for TTM, as well as resultant data management and releases, analyses, and publications. As Program Lead he also engages closely with TTMs external stakeholders including government agencies, expert and community advisory groups, research communities and institutes, and suppliers.

Sean is a clinical epidemiologist by training with over 20 years’ experience in men’s health–related research. Most recently this included acting as the Research Lead within the Urological Research Group at the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Male Health & Wellbeing (University of Adelaide), and as a Senior Research Fellow (Epi.) with Wardliparingga Aboriginal Health Equity (SAHMRI). He also holds an honorary affiliate title with the New England Research Institutes (Boston), where he completed his postdoctoral training as a Fulbright Scholar examining health disparities in urological care. He has worked extensively with a range of prospective cohort studies throughout his career, with further experiences in laboratory science, health services, and clinical trials.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Adelaide
  • Master of Science in Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology), University of Sydney
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours), University of Adelaide