Dr. Mark Holterman’s Journey and How He Became A Surgeon

Dr. Mark Holterman, raised in Wisconsin, went to school at Yale University. He studied biology and graduated in 1980. Dr. Mark Holterman went on to higher education and went to medical school at the University of Virginia. While at the University of Virginia he met a future surgeon and his future wife who inspired him to want to become a surgeon too. The two married in 1988 and had a family. Soon after graduating from the University of Virginia, Mark Holterman became a surgery resident at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center.


His family moved on to Seattle a while after where Dr. Holterman became a pediatric surgeon at the University of Washington’s Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. A couple years after the family moved to Quebec, Canada. Mark Holterman became a research associate for two years at the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal.


In recent time, with plenty experience under his belt, Mark has become the CEO of Mariam Global Health. He has dedicated years to researching, educating and becoming a surgeon. In 2011 he became a professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. He teaches pediatrics and surgery. He has also become the pediatric surgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, St. Francis Medical Center, and the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. He also lends his dedicated time to the pediatric patients at the University of Illinois’ hospital facilities.


Mark Holterman still makes time to his research as well. Some of his researches include stem cell, diabetes, and cancer research. He has even got an award for his research from The American Diabetes Association.


Mark also makes time for his own charities and foundations that help kids. He has co-founded a charitable organization called The Hannah Sunshine Foundation (Doximity). This foundation was created to help kids with rare and chronic disorders.


His career has been and continues to be based on providing his knowledge, research, and dedication to those who need a helping hand.

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