Mark graduated from NDSU, Fargo, ND. He is the President of Hemophilia Alliance GPO, Coordinator, Roger Maris Cancer Center Pharmacy, Adjunct Faculty-Pharmacology for Technicians, North Dakota State College of Pharmacy. His duties include Management of USP 797-compliant clean room and a staff of four pharmacists and four technicians in procurement, preparation, administration of Oncolytic and support medications. Roger Maris Cancer Center annually spends $22 million. Management of retail pharmacy to support pain and symptom and side effect management of Oncology patients. Management of 340B blood factor inventory for the North Dakota Hemophilia and Thrombosis Treatment Center. Externship rotation coordinator of North Dakota State University Pharm D students. On-line instructor of Pharmacology for Technicians through the North Dakota State College of Science. Education of nurses and MD’s on new Oncolytic and support medications. Mark enjoys the outdoors and when he is not on his jet ski in the summer on the lake, he plays golf. A little known fact about North Dakota is that they have the highest number of golf courses per 100,000 people in the country. In the winter he likes to play with his snowmobiles. He has two sons, Josh, 23, a graduate student at the University of Oregon, and Joe, 21 a junior at the University of Minnesota, where he also competes in track and field, specializing in the pole vault.