Dr. Mark Bailey
MB ChB, PGDipMSM, MHealSc
Mark is the husband of Dr Sam Bailey and when you see one of them, you are really seeing both of them. They started working together when they first met in 2007 and have been a close team ever since. Mark and Sam are based in New Zealand and have three children together.
Since early 2020 he has been the duo’s chief researcher with a focus on microbiology, the existence of viruses, as well as historical and epistemological issues within medical science.
Mark won an undergraduate scholarship to the University of Canterbury in 1994 and then completed his medical training at the University of Otago in 1999.
He worked in many specialties as a resident doctor and was also a clinical trials research physician for several years. In 2016 he left clinical practice due to dissatisfaction with the allopathic medical system.
In his younger days Mark was seven-time New Zealand duathlon champion, three-time Le Race 100K cycling champion, and was one of the world’s top 10 duathletes in his 20s. He still keeps in peak condition and even picked up a New Zealand cross-country running title as a veteran.