Dr. Mark Holterman has been practicing in pediatric care for over twenty years. Dr. Mark Holterman started his journey once he graduated from the University Of Virginia School of Medicine. He graduated in 1988 thereafter, he completed his residency at Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Mark Holterman is currently a well known pediatric surgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, St. Francis Medical Center, and the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. Dr. Mark Holterman educates medical students and residents at the University of Illinois during the same time he works as a professor of surgery and pediatrics (http://medicaldailytimes.com/medicine/dr-mark-holterman/2946/s).
Dr. Mark Holterman has many accomplishments under his belt. While working as an attending physician at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, he was listed as co-surgeon on the first known trachea transplant in a small child that was successfully completed. Dr. Mark Holterman has joined along with several colleagues to work with the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). This organization allows physicians to volunteer and dedicate their time to improving care for children who live in Vietnam.
Dr. Mark Holterman has a passion for stem cell research. Dr. Holterman is cofounder of the Alliance for Advancement of Cellular Therapies. Here, Dr. Mark Holterman set this program to help gather research projects that aide grieving parents who have suffered miscarriages. Dr. Mark Holterman serves on the Endowment for Human Development’s (EHD) scientific advisory board. The EHD organizes the Virtual Human Embryo (VHE)project, which is a collection of the 23 Carnegie stages of embryo development that occur during the initial eight-week pregnancy period.
Over the recent years Dr. Mark Holterman has been recognized for his work. Dr. Mark Holterman has received the On-Time Doctor Award, Patients’ Choice Award, Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award, and The Castle Connolly Top Doctors Award.