With more than two decades of professional experience, Dr. Mark Holterman has been making an impact in the medical world for quite some time. For the last seven years Holterman has served as a full professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He is a graduate of Yale University and earned both his PhD and MD from the University of Virginia. He has built an impressive career and continues to impact lives everyday.
During his career Mark Holterman has held a number of positions. He completed a residency at the University of Virginia Health Sciences. IN addition he completed a fellowship through the University of Washington. Holterman has served as surgeon-in-chief at Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital for several years (Interview). He has also spent time as attending pediatric surgeon at Rush University Medical Center. Holterman is known for his passion and has worked on the clinical front lines for many years.
Holterman has also spent lots of time doing medical research. He is responsible for the creation for of the ever-popular fund, the Mariam Global Health Fund. Mariam Global Health is a worldwide firm focusing on the business ventures of up and coming innovators. Holterman uses the company to help coach innovators, and connect them to other investors.
For years Dr. Mark Holterman has been a major advocate of regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy. Currently he serves as serves as a pediatrics professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria where he conducts stem research and promotes innovative treatment. Holterman believes there are three major benefits of stem cell therapies. Those benefits include promoting wound health, improved success of transplants and treatment of a wide range of conditions. He continues to be dedicated to research for stem cell therapies.
Mark Holterman has certainly made an impact on the medical world. His years of practice, research and teaching have impacted the lives of many people. With such a strong passion and dedication for what he does, he is sure to continue changing lives for many more years to come.