Dr. Mark Holterman: A Pioneer in the Medical Field

Dr. Mark Holterman works endlessly to help people through research, surgeries, lectures, and teaching at the University of Illinois. He also is the CEO of Mariam Global Health. Despite his busy schedule, he still finds time to support and donate to health charities. Dr. Holterman also strongly supports the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). The group operates in Vietnam and treats sick children with the latest medical technology.

 

IPSAC-VN has a major shortage of volunteers to support their cause to include training medical staff, patient care, and pediatric surgery (Doctors.HealthGrove). The goal of the group is to promote self-sustaining care for the children in Vietnam. There is a desperate need around the world for pediatric surgery and medical care for children.

 

Dr. Mark Holterman received his degree in biology from Yale University and finished tops in his class. He also earned a Ph.D. and an MD from the University of Virginia. He is an attending pediatric surgeon at multiple hospitals to include St. Francis Medical Center. His company Mariam Global health focuses on cancer treatment, obesity control, and regeneration therapy. Dr. Holterman has written numerous peer-reviewed papers and presentations on a wide variety of medical topics to include bariatric surgery. His stem cell research is considered cutting edge by the medical community and has many successful clinical trials.

 

He has been practicing medicine for over 29 years and his passion is as strong as ever about his work. He is dually trained in basic science and clinical medicine. This training gives him a unique insight into the challenges of medical treatment. He is excited about the future advancements in Regenerative Medicine and medical Photonics. Dr. Mark Holterman contributes his success in business to seeking advice from professionals in the field. He feels that doctors typically lack the knowledge to be successful in business without help.

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