Mark Holterman, was raised by a Wisconsin, farming family. He attended Yale University earning a Bachelor of Science in biology. He was granted a Medical Degree at the University of Virginia. Dr. Holterman took a residency in surgery at the University of Virginia Health Science Center and was accepted at the University of Washington’s Children Hospital and Medical Center’s fellowship program in pediatric surgery and is a member of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Pediatrics (Peoria.Medicine).
While received has science and medical education and turned his attention to science and worked in a National Institutes of Health program and was trained in medical science. He conducted his research at the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal for two years as a research associate.
Dr. Holterman has acted as a peer reviewer for medical research published in medical journals, published his own peer-reviewed medical science articles, contributed to medical websites and has written chapters in medical textbooks on immunology.
As an educator, he was sought after by many institutions around the world as a lecturer. Presently, at the University of Illinois, Dr. Holterman is a full professor teaching both pediatrics and surgery.
Dr. Holterman is also a talented businessman and is the CEO of Mariam Global Health the investment firm. The purpose of Mariam is to provide solutions to the healthcare problems identified in global healthcare. Its business goal to is bring to the market innovative medical technologies.
When Dr. Holterman attended the University of Virgina, he met Ai-Xuan Le a Vietnamese, a medical resident. He went on to practice as a surgeon. Both Dr. Holterman and Dr. Ai-Xuan Le, who received her medical degree from Texas Christian University, are trained as pediatric surgeons.
Dr. Holtterman is a philanthropist devoted to the healthcare of children. He co-founded The Hannah Sunshine Foundation. This charitable organization treats chronic illnesses in children.
As pediatric surgeons, both Dr’s. Holterman and Le, began an international philanthropic association named the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). When they went to Vietnam, Dr. Holterman witnessed a healthcare system that struggled to provide adequate treatment, especially to Vietnamese children.
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