Dr. Mark Holterman has been practicing medicine for over twenty years. He has also had the privilege of organizing philanthropic and educational pursuits in his career. Holterman is the CEO of Miriam Global Health, an organization that funds medical businesses with innovative products and services. He has also served on the faculty of the University of Illinois College of Medicine for the past seven years, and now works at the university as a full professor.
Dr. Holterman is also a pediatric surgeon, practicing at the St. Francis Medical Center, the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. He also performs surgeries and cares for pediatric patients at hospital facilities for the University of Illinois. Holterman also conducts a significant amount of medical research at the University of Illinois. He studies regenerative treatments, including stem cell treatments, along with effective and innovative methods for fighting diseases like diabetes and cancer. Dr. Holterman has also been recognized by the American Diabetes Association with the Innovative Research Award.
Dr. Holterman’s research in regenerative medicine has also led him to cofound The Hannah Sunshine Foundation. This charitable organization helps children with rare chronic sicknesses and gives them access to effective cellular treatments. Holterman is also known for reviewing medical journals, and has written a number of educational and scientific articles for reputable medical websites. The doctor has even written chapters in textbooks on subjects like immunology and has lectured in various venues around the world.
Dr. Mark Holterman has two medical offices based in Illinois; one in the Maywood Village area and one in Peoria. He is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatric and the American College of Surgeons. He and his wife Ai-Xuan Le, whom he met during his surgical studies at the University of Virginia, is also a pediatric surgeon, and the couple have three sons.