Dr. Mark Holterman is a prominent pediatric surgeon and a professor teaching at the University of Illinois since 2011. Dr. Holterman has been practicing medicine for nearly twenty years now. Marks’ idea to specialize in pediatric surgery was due to the high number of kids with surgical complications. Additionally, Mark is also the founder and CEO of Mariam Global Health (MGH), a multinational investment and business management firm specializing in the ventures of impact innovators. Learn more about Dr. Mark Holterman’s profile at healthgrove.com.
Dr. Holterman is an affiliate of the American Diabetes Association through which he has demonstrated much devotion to finding the cure for chronic illnesses like diabetes. Because of his significant input, the American Diabetes Association awarded Mark an innovative research award. Moreover, as a professor, Holterman has written various publications and presentations on the treatment of multiple ailments. As such, Dr. Mark Holterman is a highly regarded individual within the surgical and pediatric fields.
Despite the doctor’s busy schedule, Mark devotes his time to philanthropic causes. For instance, Dr. Holterman has offered substantial medical support to the IPSAC-VN (the International Paediatric Specialists Alliance for Children of Vietnam) that seeks to offer pediatric medicine to children in Vietnam. Through his mission work at IPSAC-VN, Mark and his team have augmented the access to surgical and pediatric care in the country.
Dr. Mark Holterman is a full-time educator, CEO of MGH, and also an attending pediatric surgeon working at St. Francis Medical Center, Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital, and the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. Besides that, Mark holds memberships with various organizations such as American Academy Paediatrics and American College of surgeons.
Dr. Mark is also a scientist interested in several disciplines such as regenerative medicine obesity, stem cell therapies, and novel cancer treatments. Mark Holterman has a strong educational background as he studied biology at Yale University where he graduated cum laude after which he undertook his Ph.D. and MD at the University of Virginia. After school, Mark did his residency in general surgery at the University of Virginia Health Science alongside a fellowship in pediatric surgery at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Holterman is a family man with three children. Know more on markjholterman.strikingly.com.