DEGREES AND AWARDS:

  • Ph.D. in immunology and cell biology, John Curtin School of Medical Research
  • B.S. in biochemistry and organic chemistry, Australian National University
  • Postdoctoral Visiting Fellow: (Fogarty), National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health(NIH)

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

  • Antioxidants/phytonutrients
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Digestive health
  • Immunology
  • Inflamation/autoimmunity
  • Lipids and fatty acids
  • Liver health
  • Pro and prebiotics
  • Sports Nutrition

MEDIA CONTACTS:

  • Kara Schneck
    Phone: 801-345-2116
    email: kschneck@nuskin.com
  • Jordan Karpowitz
    Phone: 801-345-2187
    email: jkarpowitz@nuskin.com

MARK BARTLETT, PH.D.

VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, PHARMANEX

"It's truly amazing what the human body, including it's immune system, can do if provided all of the nutritional building blocks that it needs."

As Vice President of Global Research and Development of Pharmanex, Dr. Mark Bartlett oversees research and development of all Pharmanex products. Barlett's research experience includes work in the area of cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on the role of free radicals and antioxidants, transplant research and human autoimmune inflammatory diseases.

He has published more than a dozen papers on this work in various scientific journals. Bartlett's research led him to the United States' National Institutes of Health where, as a visiting scientist at the world-renowned National Cancer Institute, he investigated the interaction of T cells with the blodd vessel wall.

Bartlett's interest in the role of nutrition in human health and disease led him to join the company in 1996 as a technical specialist and scientific advisor. He has since formulated many supplements and sports food products for the United States, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Australia.

Bartlett holds degrees in biochemistry and organic chemistry from the Australian National University and a Ph.D. in Immonology and Cell Biology at the John Curtin School of Medical Research in Canberra, Australia.

MARK BARTLETT, PH.D.

VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, PHARMANEX

"It's truly amazing what the human body, including it's immune system, can do if provided all of the nutritional building blocks that it needs."

As Vice President of Global Research and Development of Pharmanex, Dr. Mark Bartlett oversees research and development of all Pharmanex products. Barlett's research experience includes work in the area of cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on the role of free radicals and antioxidants, transplant research and human autoimmune inflammatory diseases.

He has published more than a dozen papers on this work in various scientific journals. Bartlett's research led him to the United States' National Institutes of Health where, as a visiting scientist at the world-renowned National Cancer Institute, he investigated the interaction of T cells with the blodd vessel wall.

Bartlett's interest in the role of nutrition in human health and disease led him to join the company in 1996 as a technical specialist and scientific advisor. He has since formulated many supplements and sports food products for the United States, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Australia.

Bartlett holds degrees in biochemistry and organic chemistry from the Australian National University and a Ph.D. in Immonology and Cell Biology at the John Curtin School of Medical Research in Canberra, Australia.