Arran holds degrees in both actuarial studies and medicine, and is a Cambridge Trust Scholar. He is a trainee in genetics under the Royal Australasian College of Pathologists with a primary focus in bioinformatics, and a Clinical Associate Lecturer of the Sydney Medical School.
The first Certified Health Informatician Australasia, Arran is an experienced software developer with competencies spanning -omics bioinformatic analysis, machine learning, Linux administration, data security and cryptography, and GPU programming.
Martin was awarded First Class Honours and the University Medal in physics and First Class Honours in medicine. He is a Board Member of the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA), and a member of the World Economic Forum: Global Shapers.
An entrepreneur in the field of mobile communications for improvement of ward-based care, Martin has won the HISA Apps Challenge and the Health Roundtable Innovation Award. He has also worked with the George Institute in developing the Health Navigator app—receiving the Fred Hollows innovation award. Martin's proficiencies span mathematical modelling, app design, clinical-decision support tools, and mHealth.