Dr. Mark Holterman is a Pediatric and General Surgeon as well as an entrepreneur. With over three decade experience, Mark has been at the forefront in clinical care. His concern is in regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies, obesity as well as cancer treatment.
Dr. Holterman is a member of American Diabetes Association (ADA). As a non-profit organization, ADA focuses on research, training, and advocacy for prevention, treatment, and cure of diabetes. Founded in 1940, ADA sponsors programs in support of the mission. For example, it supports the Mental Health Provider Diabetes Education Program. The program serves the mental health professionals experiencing the challenges of psychosocial in diabetes management. Learn more about Dr. Mark Holterman at OSF Healthcare.
Dr. Mark Holterman was involved in the formation of The Hannah Sunshine Foundation. The foundation is a non-profit organization which centres in the utilization of cellular and regenerative therapies. Inspired by the effect of rare diseases on young children one being a 23 years old Sarah Hughes. Sarah had systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA). SJIA is a rare condition that affects the joints and other organs like liver, lungs as well as the heart. The diseases affect 10 to 20 percent of children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).
About Dr. Mark Holterman
Based in Maywood Illinois, Dr. Mark Holterman has served a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics at the University of Illinois since 2011. He is the CEO, founder and Chief Medical Officer at the Mariam Global Health. Also, Mark serves as the Pediatric Surgeon at the OSF HealthCare since 2011
Dr. Mark Holterman graduated from the Yale University with bachelor’s degree in Arts, Biology in General. He did his doctorate in Medicine and Immunology in 1988 at the University of Virginia. He began his career in 1988 at the University of Virginia as the resident in General Surgery. Visit linkedin.com to view Dr. Mark Holterman’s profile.
In 1993, he served as the instructor in surgery at the University of Washington. Afterwards, he worked as a research associate at Clinical Research Institute and as a Professor at the University of Illinois. In 2000, Dr. Mark Holterman was an attending Pediatric Surgeon at the Rush University Medical Center. He served as the surgeon in Chief at Advocate Children’s Hospital.