Carmine S Martinez

Research Specialist, Senior

Carmine Martinez graduated from the University of Arizona in 2004 with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies/Gerontology. She began working at the University of Arizona in 1995 at the Women’s Health Initiative, and joined the Nikolich-Zugich Lab in 2009. She is the primary liaison and coordinator for all of the clinical research studies performed in the lab. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and two grandchildren.

Recent Publications

2016

Pulko, V., J. S. Davies, C. Martinez, M. C. Lanteri, M. P. Busch, M. S. Diamond, K. Knox, E. C. Bush, P. A. Sims, S. Sinari, et al., "Human memory T cells with a naive phenotype accumulate with aging and respond to persistent viruses.", Nat Immunol, vol. 17, issue 8, pp. 966-75, 2016 08. PMCID: PMC4955715  PMID: 27270402

2014

Wertheimer, A. M., M. S. Bennett, B. Park, J. L. Uhrlaub, C. Martinez, V. Pulko, N. L. Currier, D. Nikolich-Žugich, J. Kaye, and J. Nikolich-Zugich, "Aging and cytomegalovirus infection differentially and jointly affect distinct circulating T cell subsets in humans.", J Immunol, vol. 192, issue 5, pp. 2143-55, 2014 Mar 1. PMCID: PMC3989163  PMID: 24501199