Dr. Mark Holterman: Esteemed Pediatric Surgeon, Professor, and Medical Researcher

Dr. Mark Holterman Is an accomplished pediatric surgeon, professor, and medical researcher serving the Peoria Illinois area where he maintains two medical offices and serves several hospitals, such as the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, St. Francis Medical Center He is a professor at the University of Illinois where he teaches pediatrics and surgery and conducts research. He researches and holds a passion for regenerative medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Surgeons. He made it to this point in his life by hard work and dedication.

Dr. Mark Holterman has earned his way to where he is now by attending Yale University where he majored in Biology. He then moved on to study at the University of Virginia where he earned his PhD and MD. He also completed a residency in general surgery at the University of Virginia Health Sciences and a fellowship in pediatric surgery at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. He now has over 20 years experience in the medical field and has done extensive research on many topics including immunology and stem cell therapy (http://medicaldailytimes.com/medicine/dr-mark-holterman/2946/). He has shared his knowledge in medical journals, articles and textbooks. He has also gave lectures around the world.

His passion and research for regenerative medicine and its benefits inspired Dr. Holterman to co-found The Hannah Susan Foundation, which is a charitable organization that helps children who suffer from chronic illnesses get regenerative treatments. Other things that keep him busy are serving as CEO of Miriam Global health, Which helps of fun and manage Innovative medical businesses and serving as a surgeon and lecturer for IPSAC-VN. He is also the CEO of Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies (AACT). He continues to make a difference by sharing his knowledge and applying his skills everyday, as well as research and develop new knowledge to help him save lives.