Dr. Holterman is a faculty member of the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois. He has been a full professor at this institution since 2011. Here Dr. Mark Holterman imparts knowledge to the medical students with his specialization being pediatrics as well as surgery.
Dr. Mark Holterman is an alumnus of the University of Virginia where he left as a faculty of medicine graduate after earning his MD and Ph.D. He completed a residency in general surgery in the health sciences department of the same institution. Dr. Mark’s fellowship in pediatric surgery was completed at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. He had majored in biology when he was at Yale University.
He has worked as attending pediatric surgeon in numerous health facilities including St Francis Medical Center, the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, Mount Sinai Medical Center and the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. Dr. Holterman has done this for close to ten years after being certified in general as well as pediatric surgery.
Dr. Mark Holterman has contributed consistently to medical research laying most emphasis on regenerative medicine, obesity, stem cell therapy and autoimmunity.
He has been a part of numerous medical conferences around the globe where he has made presentations of the findings he has from his research work. Together with his colleagues, Dr. Mark has authored several articles with one of his topics being preventive measures against thyroid autoimmunity.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) provides an opportunity for medical practitioners like Dr. Holterman to work together in a quest to improve the healthcare system primarily by preventing and curing diabetes. Dr. Mark is a member of the American Diabetes Association. Here he also gets to hone his research skills.
This is not the only organization that Dr. Mark Holterman actively participates in. He is part of the Pacific Association of the Pediatric Surgeons. Here he is a member of the program committee of the association where he serves diligently. The American College of Surgeons is of the other professional organizations that Dr. Holterman is a part of. Numerous medical journals and websites have received Dr. Holterman’s invaluable editorial skills. The Journal of Pediatric Surgery is one of the greatest beneficiaries.