Dr. Mark Holterman M. D. is a company owner as well as a pediatric surgeon who is currently serving as Professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
A few years ago, Dr. Mark Holterman became a collaborative founder of a company called Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies or AACT for short, currently serving on its board of executives. The AACT has been working in collaboration the medical journal CellR4 which is dedicated to cellular therapies. CellR4 is doing publications about the research that is presented at the conferences of the Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies.
Another active part of his business life is Mariam Global Health. Dr. Mark Holterman created the company a few years ago in 2012, and he has been serving as the chief executive officer (CEO) as well chief medical officer. He established the company in order to spread pediatric surgery further and make it more available in the different regions of the world.
The company of Mariam Global Health is based in Chicago, Illinois. The business is an active investor in organizations and companies that are working in the field of regenerative medicine.
As a medical professional, Dr. Mark Holterman has amassed an experience of nearly 30 years. He has been working primarily in the Illinois cities of Maywood and Peoria during his career. Dr. Mark Holterman is also appointed at the PSF Healthcare where he has been practicing as a pediatric surgeon from 2011.
Before his career in medicine, Dr. Mark Holterman spend many years dedicated to fellowships and residences. He aimed to amass as much experience as possible and learn from some of the seasoned medical professionals from all around the world.
In terms of his education, Dr. Mark Holterman M. D. chose to attend the highly esteemed Yale University and to achieve a bachelor’s degree in General Biology. He attended the academic institution from 1976 until 1980 (https://ideamensch.com/mark-holterman/). After that he studied in the United States of America here, he enrolled at the University of Virginia, and in 1988 Dr. Mark Holterman achieved his Ph D. and his M. D. in Medicine and Immunology.