Just a child from an average family or so thought, Mark Holterman was no ordinary child. He was raised in Wisconsin on a farm, and neither of his parents had the privilege to attend college. This, however, did not prevent him from achieving his destiny and becoming one of the best and most experienced pediatric surgeon and innovator.
Mark enrolled at Yale University where he majored in biology; and later joined the medical school as a UVA scholar at the University of Virginia (Crunchbase). During his time in school, he met a medical resident Ai-Xuan Le the two influenced each other and Mark grew the passion to become a surgeon as well as a pediatrician.
Years later Dr. Mark Holterman is one of the most qualified doctors in his field with over 20 years’ experience. But apart from being a doctor Mark also has more roles; he is the CEO of Mariam Global Health, a professor at University of Illinois (college of medicine), he also researchers at the University of Illinois, studying stem cells and various regenerative medications.
Dr. Mark is a philanthropist who is passionate about his work and seeks to make the world a better place with his research as well as education. After many years in the medical field Mark decided to put his skills towards helping universal medicine. Mariam global health is not only helpful to people receiving treatment but also helps expand knowledge in biotechnology.
Mark’s typical day starts with a prayer; his schedule is flexible, so he can concentrate on other parts of his business that require more attention. He also tries to stay updated with current medical trends.
Mark Holterman emphasizes the need for an expert, talking to his team and experts helps him identify the practical ideas, and this has greatly influenced his success. Another strategy that has contributed to his success is controlling expenses. For future businesspersons, Dr. Mark advice is never be afraid to have your views.
Mark Holterman says that for one to be successful, it is crucial to put away pride and always be ready to ask for assistance.