Dr. Mark Holterman is one of the best practicing medical practitioners with esteemed knowhow in other disciplines of medicine. He is a party to American Diabetes Association (ADA) and was part of the team that joined up with CHLA to help diabetes type 2 among the young children and teenagers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The program targets the age bracket of 8 to 16 years whom they will engage in camps and enlighten them on how to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
He was part of the Mental Health Provider Diabetes Education Program under the joint initiative of ADA and APA, which offered patients care and diabetes management. This program received a boost from the Helmsley Charitable Trust of $839 million donations. The mental health professionals’ capacity to serve patient has been increased since that will acquire the right machinery that brings efficiency.
The 21st Century Cures Acts of 2016 passed by the United States Congress is a major boon to medical research. The $2 billion will help diagnose, treat and manage acute health conditions over the two years (Behance). It also supports regenerative medicine.
About Dr. Mark Holterman
He is studied general biology from the Yale University and advanced his education to attain a Ph.D. in medicine and immunology in 1988. Mark Holterman has been affiliated with a number of health facilities and advisory boards. For 12 years, he was the Rush University Medical Center attending pediatric surgeon. He Co-founded the Mariam Global health in 2012 which provides medical services with the sole aim of leaving a legacy in global health (http://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Mark_Holterman.html).
Mark Holterman is a professor of surgery and pediatrics at the University of Illinois, Peoris, a pediatric surgeon at OSF HealthCare and the Chief Medical Officer at Mariam Global Health. His medical acumen has earned the Innovative Basic Science and Innovative Clinical or Translational Science awards (ICTS). The latter came with $200,000 payable yearly for three consecutive years.
He has worked and supported the Sunshine Foundation, International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam and Hannah Sunshine Foundation. Mark is one of the founder members of Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies. His research work includes mesenchymal stem cells, xvivo system modular design, Targa cell, regenerative medicine among other fields.