Dr. Mark Holterman is a well-known pediatric surgeon, company owner, and philanthropist. He has had decades of experience in his field and has saved and improved many lives through his practice and charitable giving.
Dr. Mark Holterman was a bright student, and so his teachers directed him to the Yale University (Holterman.Wordpress). He graduated with a degree in Biology from the prominent academic institution before traveling back to the United States of Americ to attend the University of Virginia and achieve his degree in medicine. After graduation, Dr. Mark Holterman stayed at the University of Virginia and completed a residency and completed a program hosted by the National Institutes of Health, becoming a medical science.
For the next few years, Dr. Mark Holterman served at several places amassing valuable practice and learning from course doctors in the field. Dr. Mark Holterman served in Canada as well, where he worked as a research associated with the popular Clinical Research Institute of Montreal. He provided his services for a couple of years before settling in Illinois.
Up to date, Dr. Mark Holterman is working at the University of Illinois – College of Medicine. He started in 2011 as a faculty member and is now a professor teaching surgery and pediatrics. Dr. Mark Holterman has a practice at the St. Louis Medical Center owned by the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, and at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as well.
Several years ago, Dr. Mark Holterman embarked on a business career with the establishment of the investment firm called Mariam Global Health. Dr. Mark Holterman is the Chief executive officer of the company and overlooks the growth a well as the investment ventures of the corporation (https://www.doximity.com/pub/mark-holterman-md). Mariam Global Health invests in businesses from all around the world working in regenerative medicine.
Dr. Mark Holterman does medical research at the university in addition to his other work. He studies regenerative treatments, stem cells, as well as different new methods to fight diabetes and cancer. Dr. Mark Holterman received the Innovative Research Award from the American Diabetes Association in recognition of his efforts in the field.