Dr. Mark Holterman is a major Ph.D. holder with a long experience of over 20 years in the field of research and medical practice. Dr. Mark was teaching at the University of Illinois School of medicine. He is a specialist in Surgery and also is passionate about children which made him a well-known figure in the field of pediatrics. Dr. Mark Holterman through his vigorous and dedication to research, he was awarded by the American Diabetes Association for his good work in the research about Diabetes. The American Diabetes Association is associated with the funding of researchers who are committed to doing research in the field or area associated with diabetes. Read more about Dr. Mark Holterman at osfhealthcare.com.
Dr. Mark Holterman is not a man limited to his area of study alone. He has also been seen to use his specialties to help the community around him. This has been evident where he has been supportive of the children in Vietnam through an organization called International Pediatric Specialists alliance for Children in Vietnam. This organization seeks to make the availability of medicine to the children in Vietnam.
In addition to the charity and the great community work that Dr. Mark Holterman does, he has also started his own foundations. Dr. Mark opened the Hannah sunshine Foundation which through it, he has been helping children by using therapies mostly cellular and regenerative to combat diseases which need such urgency. This foundation was formed as a result of very youthful individuals who received the therapies they needed. View Mark Holterman’s Linkedin profile.
One of the young youthful individuals who inspired the formation of this foundation went through a successful therapy who suffered from Systematic Juvenile idiopathic arthritis. This disease is a different one from other kinds of arthritis whereby it affects the lungs, liver and even the heart making these organs to collapse.
To add on to what he has done in the pediatric field, Dr. Mark Holterman was involved in a life saving surgery. This is where he took part in a transplant of a very young child who needed a trachea transplant. This surgery was the first of its kind and to make it better, it was the first successful one of that kind.