As a co-founder of Xenex, Dr. Mark Stibich oversees scientific research, new technology development, and protocol design. An epidemiologist who has published many scientific papers about pulsed Xenon technology, Mark is also an inventor on multiple patents. Originally from Dayton, OH, Mark graduated from Yale and the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, where he earned a Masters in Health Science and PhD.
Mark’s interest in public health has taken him to many distant countries. He began his career in research while implementing HIV prevention programs in the former Soviet Union with funding from the NIH, the Global Fund, EU, Ford Foundation and other major donors. Today, his research interests are on the intersection of technology and public health. He focuses on interventional research that proves the impact of technology on a broad scale and hastens the adoption of technological advances in a scalable and cost-effective manner.
Recognized by the Houston Business Journal as one of Houston’s “40 under 40” top business leaders in 2012, Mark has also received the Schweitzer Community Health Fellow Award, the Pre-Doctoral National Research Service Award from the National Institute of Health, and the Youth Media Initiatives Award from Open Society Institute.