Mark Rosenberg, MD, FACEP


Dr. Mark Rosenberg received his doctorate from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1988 and has been involved with drug research since 1991.

With numerous certifications in several different fields of medicine, psychology and fitness, Dr. Rosenberg has a wide breadth of experience in both the public and private sector with particular expertise in the mechanisms of cancer treatment failure.

Dr. Rosenberg is an innovator, constantly developing new ideas, techniques, and drugs, to combat incurable diseases. Many countries outside of the U.S. allow novel drugs that have not gone through FDA trials to be administered to terminally ill patients with no other options. Taking advantage of this option, Dr. Rosenberg intermittently travels outside of the country where he treats individuals who are considered end-stage.

Curriculum Vitae for Mark Rosenberg, MD, FACEP

July 1990 – July 1993 Emergency Medicine Residency Brooke Army Medical Center Dept. of Emergency Medicine San Antonio, TX
July 1988 – July 1989 Transitional Internship Fitzsimons Army Medical Center Aurora, CO
July 1984 – May 1988 Doctor of Medicine Georgetown University School of Medicine Washington, DC
July 1982 – June 1983 Master of Science in Physiology Georgetown University Graduate School Washington, DC
Sept 1978 – May 1982 Bachelor of Arts in Biology University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA

Committees/Advisory Board:
2011 – Present; Medical Advisor to Life Length Telomere Analysis Technology
2003 – 2005; Chairman of Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Bethesda Memorial Hospital
2003 – 2005; Institutional Review Board, Bethesda Memorial Hospital
2003 – Present; Consultant to the National Strength and Conditioning Assoc.
2000 – 2005; Emergency Department Committee, Bethesda Memorial Hospital
1999 – Present; Medical Advisor to Fitness Institute International
1990 – Present; American College of Emergency Physicians

2009; Board Certified, American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine
2001; Diplomate of the American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine
1996; Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians
1994; Board-Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine
1989; Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners
1989-1999; ATLS Provider and Instructor, American College of Surgeons
1990-1992; PALS Provider, American Academy of Pediatrics
1988-Present; ACLS Provider, American Heart Association
1998; Certified Hypnotherapist, National Guild of Hypnotists
1998; Certified Personal Trainer, National Strength and Conditioning Assoc.

1989; US Army Certificate of Achievement Award, for performance above and beyond the call of duty during the tornado disaster in Alabama
1989; US Army Commendation Medal
1993; Award for Outstanding Senior Resident and Teacher
1999; Valedictorian and Distinguished Speaker, Fitness Institute International
1999; Cover of the monthly journal, “The Florida Hypnotist”

Epstein A, Zhang D, Schultz J, Rosenberg M, Kupcha P, Stellar E: The Failure of Ventricular Sodium to Control Sodium Appetite in the Rat; Journal of Physiology and Behavior. 32:683-686, 1984
Rosenberg, Mark A: Toxndex, Toxicological Emergency Reference Manual; Delray Beach, FL, MQ INC, 1991

Research Experience:
Patent Pending in the U.S., Canada, and the European Union – CCK based oral appetite suppressant for the treatment of obesity, filed February 23, 2007
Development of “Cancer Cocktail”; U.S. Application Serial No. 13/464,896
Title: Cytotoxic Therapy By Proton Flux Modulation
Date Filed: May 4, 2012
IND status granted Feb 24, 2007 for use of angiotensin II to
improve tumor blood flow during administration of cytotoxic cancer therapy
2007- Wake Forest University; Inhibition of tumor growth in mice through glycolytic inhibition
2009 – University of Miami; Inhibition of cancer growth (in vitro) through inhibition of proton pump and monocarboxylate transporters

Professional Experience:
2012 – Present; Medical Director; AML Diagnostics
2012 – Present; Board of Directors; American Academy of Anti-aging medicine
2011 – Present; Medical Advisor to Life Length Telomere Analysis Technology
2010 – 2012; Medical Director, Age Diagnostic Laboratories
2009 – Present; Program Director; Integrative Cancer fellowship
2008 – Present; Chief Medical Officer; Rose Pharmaceuticals
2006 – Present; Chief Science Officer and Director of research and Development; Vitalmax Vitamins
2003 – Present; President and Medical Director The Institute for Healthy Aging, Delray Beach, FL
2003 – 2004; Chief Science Officer and Director of Research and Development, “Nutrophy”, Miami, FL
1999 – 2005; Assistant Director of Emergency Medicine, Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Boynton Beach, FL
1996 – 1999; Associate Director of Emergency Medicine and Director of Quality Improvement, Westside Regional Medical Center, Plantation, FL
1993 – 1996; Assistant Chief of Emergency Medicine; Consultant for Poisons and Overdoses; Director of Quality Improvement Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC
1995 – 1996; Staff Emergency Physician, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Rockville, MD

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