Dr. Mark Holterman, a champion in the field of pediatrics and cellular therapy, is a pediatric surgeon, professor of surgery and pediatrics at University of Illinois College of Medicine, and CEO of Mariam Global Health, is a supporter of the International Pediatrics Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). Dr. Holterman also belongs to the American Diabetes Association, an organization from which he received the Innovative Research Award. In his role as a volunteer for IPSAC-VN, Dr. Holterman provides a number of services including surgeries and caring for patients in hospitals in Vietnam, as well as trainings and lectures at medical schools in Vietnam. in his role as CEO of Mariam Global Health, part of is focus is on regenerative medicine. His interest in regenerative medicine led to his involvement with starting The Hannah Sunshine Foundation, an Organization that fights for young people dealing with rare diseases such as juvenile idiopathic arthritis, Organization that fights for young people dealing with rare diseases such as juvenile idiopathic arthritis, through the use of regenerative medicine. Learn more on Crunchbase about Dr. Mark Holterman.
Dr. Mark Holterman, a graduate of Yale University, earned an MD and PhD in medicine and immunology from the University of Virginia. He was co-surgeon on the first-ever trachea transplant completed on a small child. In addition to his role with the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Dr. Holterman is also an attending pediatric surgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. Learn more about Dr. Mark Holterman at dialdish.com.
Dr. Holterman keeps very busy. He is also an attending physician (pediatric surgeon) at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois. He has five areas of expertise, including newborn medicine and minimally invasive surgical procedures. He is currently affiliated with over 10 different hospitals, including some of the most prestigious in the state of Illinois. Dr. Mark Holterman pursues his interest in stem cell therapy in part through his work with the Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies, an organization which he co-founded. Dr. Mark J. Holterman gives his time, energy, experience and expertise to the future direction of medicine.