Dr. Mark J. Holterman is a renowned American pediatric surgeon who works at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, St. Francis Medical Center. He is also working as a professor in University of Illinois College of Medicine, specializing in subjects related to medicine. He is also an active member of professional groups and organizations, including the American College of Surgeons, and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AskReporter). Aside from his stint as a pediatric surgeon and a professor, Dr. Mark J. Holterman is also known for his research in the field of regenerative medicine, including stem cell treatment. He wanted to liberate the world from the plague of obesity especially among American children and dreaded cancer which still has no cure.
Dr. Mark J. Holterman graduated from Yale University where he received his degree in Biology, and he was also awarded for being the class cum laude. He continued his studies and attended the University of Virginia where he received his master’s and doctor’s degree. He attended the University of Virginia Health Sciences for his residency and the University of Washington Children’s Hospital and Medical for his fellowship.
A lot of innovation and development in the field of medical science has been contributed by the research and studies of Dr. Mark J. Holterman. He founded the Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies along with his colleagues, an organization whose main objective is to create treatments for diseases that have no cure and to use regenerative medicine to its full potential. Presently, they are focusing on stem cell treatment because of its effectivity. Being the organization’s executive board, he allowed the partnership between the Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies and CellR4, a scientific journal that publishes information gathered from the conferences and conventions hosted by Dr. Mark J. Holterman’s organization (https://www.facebook.com/mark.holterman.5).
Dr. Mark Holterman is also working to get rid of diabetes. His research about diabetes recently received an award from one of the prestigious award-giving bodies in the United States. They are recognizing his effort and works to help the people suffering from the disease.