James Michael Martin, MD

James Martin, MD

Clinical Locations

Primary Location

Fox Chase–Temple University Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program
Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus
Patient Care Center, Fifth Floor
7600 Central Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111


Assistant Professor, Department of Hematology/Oncology

Fox Chase-Temple University Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program



Treatment Focus

Breast cancer, hematology, cellular therapy

Treatment Philosophy

Dealing with a new diagnosis of malignancy can certainly be both intimidating and overwhelming for patients and their loved ones. I appreciate the opportunity provide reassurance, education, and personalized care to our patients in order to help them face the road to treatment and subsequent recovery. I am lucky to work at a specialized and comprehensive cancer center, and I strive to find our patients the resources and information they need along the way. The collaborative environment and access to clinical research help make Fox Chase Cancer Center an inviting and unique place for patients and their loves ones.

Education and Training

Educational Background

  • Fellow. Hematology/Oncology, Fox Chase Cancer Center/Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 2016-19
  • Residency, Internal Medicine, Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University, Providence, RI, 2013-16
  • MD, Ohio State University School of Medicine, Columbus, OH, 2013


  • American Society of Clinical Oncology, Member
  • American Society of Hematology, Member
  • Temple University Hospital LGBT Task Force, Member
Research Profile

Research Interests

Breast cancer, cellular therapy, LGBTQ health


Selected Publications

Kasireddy, V, Martin, J.M., and Rubin, R. “What’s The Take Home? Cancer-Associated VTE,” To be published in: Consultant 360.

Martin, J.M. and Goldstein, L.J. “Profile of abemaciclib and its potential in the treatment of breast cancer,” To be published in: OncoTargets and Therapy.

Martin, J.M. and Winer, E.S. “Genomics in acute myeloid leukemia: from identification to personalization.” R I Med J (2013). 2015 Nov 2;98(11):27-30.

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