Dr. Mark J Holterman is currently a General Surgery Specialist situated in Chicago, Illinois. He completed his undergraduate degree at Yale University where he studied Biology and Psychology and passed with a national merit scholar status in the year 1980. Dr. Mark went ahead to join the University of Virginia where he earned an MD and Ph.D. in Immunology. He was part of the National Institute of Health Medical Scientist Training Program during his time at the University of Virginia (Facebook). After graduating in 1988, he completed his internship in general surgery at the same institution. Immediately after satisfying his residency marks, he became pediatric at Seattle’s Children’s Hospital and Medical center supported by the University of Washington. He later spent two more years at the Clinical Research Institute in Montreal as a Research Associate adding more experience to his profile.
In 1997, Dr. Mark joined the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine as a professor of medicine. He was absorbed into the University of Illinois system as an assistant professor based in Chicago and built his profile all the way up to an associate professor at the Chicago Campus. Consequently, he practiced medicine at Rush Medical College perfecting his skills in the medical field. He has served since then till 2011 when he was entitled to be a full professor at Peoria. Between the terms, he acted as a clinical instructor and an attending pediatric surgeon at Rush University Medical Center.
Dr. Mark Holterman is currently serving as a professor of pediatrics and surgery at the University of Illinois. He has held this position since 2011 after his full promotion. Besides educating students in the medical field, he researches stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine, novel cancer therapies, autoimmunity, and obesity out of his personalized interests. He has served at Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapy, the Endowment for Human Development, and CatholicVote all as a scientific contributor. Moreover, Dr. Mark contributes to serving a purpose through his many memberships in medical societies and has authored numerous publications and book chapters on his research findings.