Dr. Mark Holterman earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology at Yale University, PhD and Doctors of Medicine and Immunology from the University. Later Sr. Holterman became Surgeon in Chief at Advocate Children’s Hospital, while simultaneously he was the Attending Pediatric Surgeon at the Rush University Medical Center. Currently the Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Surgery at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine down in Peoria IL. Medicine today is moving from treating patients after they are ill to preventive care. Preventive care is better for the patient and is much cheaper.
Dr. Holterman won the Patients Choice Award presented from Vitals three separate times (Osfhealthcare). Vitals is a healthcare company that manages data. In 2001 Dr. Mark Holterman won the Innovative Research Award from the American Diabetes Association. Dr. Holterman was recognized for his research on obesity prevention. In 2008 Dr. Holterman was recognized by Castle Connolly as America’s Top Doctors, not once, but seven times between the years 2008-2017.
Dr. Holterman is CEO, and Founder of Mariam Global Health. Mariam Global Health is a company that focuses on business investments in the healthcare sectors. Dr. Mark Holterman has such an extensive and impressive background in medical research, practice and development. Dr. Holterman draws upon this experience to add value to his clients. It is through Mariam Global Health, Dr. Holterman plans to fulfil his ultimate dream of making a positive impact on medicine on a global scale.
Dr. Mark Holterman is also Co-Founder of Alliance for Advancement of Cellular Therapies, they are a nonprofit and is a team of researcher, doctors and scientist that focus primarily on advancements in cell therapies.
Dr. Holterman is also part of the International Pediatric Specialist Alliance for Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). The IPSAC works to advance the medical practices in Vietnam. As part of their efforts they have an exchange program, where they bring medical students from Vietnam to the United States for real-world hands experience.