Dr. Mark Holterman is a great scholar, a researcher, and a pediatric surgeon who has experience that spans over twenty years. Dr. Mark teaches at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine. He has practiced as a surgeon for over twenty years, and he is currently working as a pediatric surgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois and the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. Besides working as a professor at the University and a pediatrician, Dr. Mark conducts a lot of research on regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies, cancer treatments, and obesity.
Dr. Mark Holterman education background
A solid education background backs Dr. Mark Holterman’s experience as a researcher, scholar, and a practicing pediatrician. Dr. Holterman went to Yale University for his undergraduate degree and majored in biology. After completing his undergraduate degree, Dr. Mark Holterman went to the University of Virginia where he pursued his masters and Ph.D. degrees. While getting his Ph.D., Dr. Mark Holterman undertook a pediatric fellowship program that was sponsored by the University of Washington.
Dr. Mark Holterman’s career experience
In his career, Dr. Mark Holterman has served in various institutions that include universities and various hospitals where he works as a pediatrician. Dr. Mark Holterman was at one point worked at Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as the surgeon-in-chief (http://markjholterman.strikingly.com/). He also worked at Rush Hospital medical center as a pediatric surgeon.
In his career, Dr. Mark Holterman has held various leadership roles. Some of the prominent positions that he has served include serving as the CMO and the CEO of Mariam Global Health (Interview.net). This is a firm that invests in huge resources in innovation companies.
Dr. Mark Holterman is a strong advocate of regenerative medicine. He has conducted extensive research into stem therapy and the use of ethical means to obtain stem cells for use in research. Dr. Mark has presented his research findings at various international conferences that include the AACT conference. Dr. Mark Holterman believes that a lot of research and clinical trials needs to be done for any progress to be achieved in the treatment and diagnosis of cancer. Besides his career accomplishments, Dr. Mark Holterman has been involved in various charitable organizations, which support children’s health.