Since 2011, Dr. Mark J. Holterman has been a Professor of surgery and pediatrics at College of Medicine at the University of Illinois. He is based in Peoria, Illinois. Dr. Holterman went to Yale University with a major in Biology. He later attended the University of Virginia where he earned his Ph.D. Holterman is an attending pediatric surgeon at St. Francis Medical Center and at Advocate Christ Children. Previously, he was working at Rush University Medical Center as an attending pediatric surgeon. He is a member of The America Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Surgeons. At the University of West Virginia Health Sciences, he attained a general surgery residency before attaining a fellowship in pediatric surgery at the University of Washington Center. Dr Mark Holterman, MD, also became the chief executive officer of Mariam Global Health in 2012 up to date. Learn more about Dr. Mark Holterman at OSF Healthcare.
Dr. Holterman Research work
Mark Holterman, efforts for the past 29 years has been channeled towards career building as well as the commitment to research work as a medical practitioner. His efforts have earned him various awards key among them the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA), Innovative Research Award. ADA has been operational for close to 60 years supporting research efforts aimed at looking at diabetes issues. The association does this through grant funding together with a committed team of research programmers efforts such as the Core Research Program. The program rewards researchers whose efforts will impact one on diabetes etiology initiatives and those that investigate the effects diabetes etiology on treatment methods. Furthermore, researchers who apply their own theories in clinical settings using humans as subjects get rewarded with up to $200,000 every year for three years. Visit linkedin.com to view Dr. Mark Holterman’s profile.
In his efforts and research in pediatrics, Dr. Mark Holterman supports the improvement of pediatric medicine for Vietnam children through International Pediatric Alliance for Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). As a member, the IPSAV-VN promotes several medical personnel programs to Vietnam, as well as medical supplies and internship opportunities to Vietnamese practitioners. The scholarly efforts are aimed at helping dedicated Vietnamese medical professionals advance their knowledge and skills from medical institutions in the US. The skills and exposure they get are to be used to improve healthcare practices in their country.