Martin D. Hill, PhD

Associate Profesor
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • George Washington University
    Washington, DC 20037
    Degree: PhD, Pharmacology.
    Specialty field: Drug Metabolism and Disposition.
    Minor: Physiology.
    Dissertation: Studies on the maternal and fetal inducibility of alpha1-acid glycoprotein and cytochromes P-450.
    Advisor: Dr. Fred P. Abramson
  • New Mexico State University
    Las Cruces, NM 88003
    Degrees: BS, Biology. BA, Psychology.
    Minors: Chemistry, English.
and Teaching
  • Associate Professor
    Department of Pharmacology, Physiology and Toxicology
    Ponce School of Medicine
    Ponce, PR 00732
    2000 – Present
  • Course Coordinator
    Department of Pharmacology, Physiology and Toxicology
    Ponce School of Medicine
    Ponce, PR 00732
    2004 – Present
Membership and Professional Societies/Awards
  • American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists.
  • International Association of Forensic Linguists.
  • Head of Publications Office, Ponce School of Medicine.
  • SFCNWA First Novel Award. Other literary awards

  • Chairperson for the session "Chemotherapy of Cancer” and “Microbial Infections" during 35th Annual Conference of Indian Pharmacological Society, DRDE, Gwalior, India, November. 2002
  • Research work with sarin induced delayed neurotoxicity in animals has been recognized in relation to Gulf War Syndrome and cited in J. Am. Med. Assoc. 277(3):236, 1997 and Drug Chem. Toxicology 21: 183, 1997 - 1998.
  • Junior Scientist Award for outstanding research in pathology by Association of Scientists of Indian origin in America (ASIOA), April 1997.
  • Chair person for Session “Nervous System-III” during 39th Annual Conference of Association of Physiologists & Pharmacologists of India, at Medical College Trivendrum, Dec. 1993.
  • Ph.D. (Biochemistry) Examiner by University of Bombay, India. 1992.
  • Best Research Paper Cash Award in Life Sciences for paper “Peripheral biochemical marker for organophosphate induced delayed neurotoxicity” Biochemistry International 24: 1051, by Defense R & D Establishment, India.  1991