It is said that being a doctor is a calling, it requires more than just the motivation to earn a living. Dr. Mark Holterman is one of the doctors who has shown compassion and love during their medical practice. An article by BJ Hetherington published in the Medical Daily Times on December 1, 2017, highlights some of the activities in which Dr. Mark Holterman is engaged in (Health.USNews). according to Hetherington’s article, Dr. Mark Holterman dedicates most of his time and resources striving to find new therapies, improving people’s health status through surgeries, lecturing and writing articles about health education. The article also mentions that Dr. Holterman lectures students at the University of Illinois where he guides surgical residents and medical students. From the article, it is clear that Holterman is a busy man but still finds time to engage in charity works.
More about Dr. Mark Holterman
Dr. Mark is currently based in Illinois where works at the University of Illinois as a full professor of medicine. The advocate Christ children’s hospital also benefits from Dr.Holterman’s skills and services as an attending surgeon. Dr. Holterman is also affiliated with the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, located at St. Francis Medical center. Dr. Holterman is also a member of various professional groups such as the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Surgeons. Dr. Mark Holterman’s specialty is in the pediatric surgery where he aims to improve the lives of ailing children through proper surgery processes. His research studies focus on the stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine. Dr. Holterman also focuses on novel cancer and obesity treatments. Dr. Mark Holterman aims to restore tissue and organs functionality through the regenerative medicine.
The damaged tissues and organs mainly result from the chronic illnesses and serious injuries. Through the innovative treatments, Holterman hopes to enhance efficacy and safety in surgical processes (https://doctor.webmd.com/doctor/mark-holterman-md-a978422c-387f-40a8-b4b3-b5894444d1af-overview). Dr. Mark Holterman studied at the Yale University majoring in biology. Holterman proceeded to study for his MD and Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. His residency was in the general surgery, which he completed at the University of Virginia. He also did a fellowship focusing on the pediatric surgery through the University of Washington.