Jonathan Martin

Professor
Room: C314
Phone: +46 (0)72 146 2773
Jon.Martin@aces.su.se

Research Interests and Activities

My research program focuses on the exposome and on the development of methods to measure it, which we call exposomics. We combine elements of environmental analytical chemistry and informatics to understand the wide range of environmental contaminants in the environment and in our bodies. Through toxicology and epidemiological studies we also aim to understand the adverse impacts these exposures have on healthIn particular I’m interested in early-life exposures to organic contaminants that may alter the developmental of humans or wildlife.

My research group has developed the Ultratrace Non-Target Laboratory (UNTARGET Lab) at Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) which houses ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometers for discovery of important new chemical contaminants in air, water, and human biofluids. The surrounding research environment at SciLifeLab specializes in genomics, epigenomics, proteomics, functional biology, bioimaging, and biostatistics, creating great possibilities to investigate our questions using best-available biomolecular technologies and methods.

I completed my doctoral degree in toxicology at University of Guelph in 2002, and then trained in environmental chemistry at University of Toronto as a postdoctoral fellow in 2003. I was awarded an NSERC fellowship to continue my postdoctoral training in pharmaceutical sciences at University of Toronto in 2004. I then worked as a Professor at University of Alberta from 2004-2016, and moved to Stockholm University and SciLifeLab in 2017.  My research group’s publications are accessible on Google Scholar and have been ‘Highly Cited’ (Thomson Reuters, 2014). I’m an elected member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. Since 2020 I have served as Associate Editor for Environmental Science & Technology Letters.

Current Postdoctoral Fellows:

Dr. Stefano Papazian

Dr. Benilde Bonnefille

Dr. Jean Froment

Current PhD Students:

Kalliroi Sdougkou

Hongyu Xie

May-Britt Rian

Former Colleagues:

Dr. Lisa D’Agostino

Dr. Ioannis Sadiktsis

 

Latest scientific papers

Longitudinal analysis reveals early-pregnancy associations between perfluoroalkyl sulfonates and thyroid hormone status in a Canadian prospective birth cohort

Reardon, AJF; Moez, EK; Dinu, I; Goruk, S; Field, CJ; Kinniburgh, DW; MacDonald, AM; Martin, JW
2019 | Environ Int | 129 (389-399)

Letter to the Editor: Optimism for Nontarget Analysis in Environmental Chemistry

Samanipour, S; Martin, JW; Lamoree, MH; Reid, MJ; Thomas, KV
2019 | Environ. Sci. Technol. | 53 (10) (5529-5530)

Neurodevelopmental and Metabolomic Responses from Prenatal Coexposure to Perfluorooctanesulfonate (PFOS) and Methylmercury (MeHg) in Sprague-Dawley Rats

Reardon, AJF; Karathra, J; Ribbenstedt, A; Benskin, JP; MacDonald, AM; Kinniburgh, DW; Hamilton, TJ; Fouad, K; Martin, JW
2019 | Chem. Res. Toxicol. | 32 (8) (1656-1669)

High-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) methods for nontarget discovery and characterization of poly- and per-fluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in environmental and human samples

Liu, YN; D'Agostino, LA; Qu, GB; Jiang, GB; Martin, JW
2019 | Trac-Trends Anal. Chem. | 121

Hundreds of Unrecognized Halogenated Contaminants Discovered in Polar Bear Serum

Liu Y; Richardson ES; Derocher AE; Lunn NJ; Lehmler H-J; Li X; Zhang Y; Yue Cui J; Cheng L; Martin JW
2018 | Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. | 57 (50) (16401-16406)

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