Dr. Mark Holterman has built a remarkable career for over two decades, practicing medicine as well as doing research in the medical field. His research is so incredible that he has received an award from the American Diabetes Association(ADA) for his Innovative Research.
Mark Holterman is currently holding two positions for over five years; one as the professor of surgery and pediatrics for the University of Illinois School of Medicine, and the other as CEO for Mariam Global Health, while also showing his support for the “International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam” (IPSAC-VN), as an active member. Read more about Dr. Mark Holterman at Health Grove.
Dr. Mark Holterman graduated from Medical School at the University of Virginia, with a degree in medicine and immunology. He has remained committed to finding a cure for such chronic conditions as diabetes; as well, he is also a member of the American Diabetes Association(ADA). The ADA was founded in 1940, and is a non-profit organization that takes the lead on the study and research for the treatment, prevention and cure of diabetes.
Somehow between his teachings at the University, doing medical research, and being CEO at Mariam Global Health, Dr. Mark Holterman finds the time for supporting charity organizations such as IPSAC-VN, the “International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam”. IPSAC-VN relies on donations and volunteers like Dr. Mark Holterman, for improving access to pediatric surgical supplies, as well as increasing their abilities for maintaining the care provided by the healthcare providers in Vietnam. As the CEO of regenerative medicine at Mariam Global Health, Dr. Mark Holterman holds a deep interest in the development of cell-based therapies. Visit markjholterman.strikingly.com to know more.
A Yale University Alumni, Dr. Mark Holterman is one of the great minds behind the founding of the Hannah Sunshine Foundation, a non-profit organization which focuses on cellular and regenerative therapy for children with rare diseases. Three youths were the inspiration of this organization, including a young woman, 23 year old, Sarah Hughes, who has been afflicted with “systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SJIA)”.
So now when someone says they don’t have enough time in a day to get everything accomplished, I will think of Dr. Mark Holterman and remember all he does in the name of health care and research, and know that it is all in how you manage your time to make the most of every precious second.