Professor Paul Martino earned a B.A. in natural sciences and mathematics from Dowling College in 1993, and an M.S. in exercise physiology from Ball State University in 1996. He received a Ph.D. in physiology from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2006 and then spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at Wright State University. He came to Carthage in 2009 from Milwaukee Area Technical College, where he taught anatomy and physiology at two campuses.
At Carthage, Prof. Martino teaches courses in anatomy, physiology, and experimental design, including Bio 4120 Senior Seminar, Bio 1120 Organisms, Populations, and Systems, Bio/Neu 4000 (675) Human Neurophysiology (Csym) (J-Term), and Bio 675 The Biology and Geography of Nicaragua (J-Term).
Along with his work at Carthage, Prof. Martino is also an Associate Adjunct Professor of Physiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
The Impact Daylight Saving Time Has On The Body
Prof. Martino was interviewed on a story about the effects of daylight savings time on the human body. (Wisconsin Public Radio, November 8th, 2019)
Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, but it could have impacts on your body
Prof. Martino discusses why it is better to gain an hour of sleep than lose one. (TMJ4, November 1, 2019)
- Ph.D. — Physiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2006
- M.S. — Exercise Physiology, Ball State University, 1996
- B.A. — Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Dowling College, 1993
- BIO 1120 Organisms, Populations, and Systems
- BIO 3300 Human Anatomical Systems
- BIO 3310 Systemic Physiology
- BIO 4100 Experimental Design
- BIO 4120 Senior Seminar
- BIO/NEU 4000 (675) Human Neurophysiology (C-Sym) (J-Term)
- BIO 675 The Biology and Geography of Nicaragua (J-Term)