Dr. Mark Holterman’s Contributions

Working as a researcher, full professor, entrepreneur, practicing surgeon and philanthropist, Dr. Mark Holterman not only donates his finances but also his time. He is a true renaissance man in a world of specialization. Based in Peoria, Illinois, he works as a professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale University with a major in biology. At the St. Francis Medical center, as well as the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital, he contributes his time as an attending pediatric surgeon. He also holds a PH.D. and MD at the University of Virginia (GazetteDay).


IPSAC-VN is a group that works with Vietnam medical schools and hospitals to make state-of-the-art surgical advances available to children in need. A recent press release regarding IPSAC-VN featured Dr. Mark Holterman’s contributions to IPSAC-VN as well as other charity organizations. The ability to donate and support the group’s efforts financially or through volunteer work is open to those inclined.


Currently, Dr. Mark Holterman is the CEO of the global business management and investment firm Mariam Global Healthworks. They are a company that works alongside other healthcare companies to delve into the uncharted territories of the medical field and develops new technologies by influencing global interest in business-related health facets, contributing time and resources to the best practice management practices (http://bitsylink.com/2017/10/18/how-dr-mark-holterman-has-been-influential-in-the-medical-field/). They are a company that supports innovative organizations that impact the health dynamic around the world. offer solutions for today’s health concerns, where he researches new medical technologies like stem cell regeneration therapy, cancer treatments, and obesity management. Dr. Mark Holterman has contributed various peer-reviewed papers, medical texts, and presentations on industry related subjects.

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