Dr. Mark J. Holterman, MD, and Ph.D., takes great pride in his work, whether in the medical field or as a professor. With nearly thirty years’ experience in areas such as stem cell and regenerative therapies, autoimmunity and autoimmune diseases. Although hard to diagnose from the symptoms similarities, there are three common diseases. Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, and Hashimoto’s disease (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-holterman-70087863). Dr. Mark Holterman explores a path for a cure for each disease. For instance, mild forms of psoriasis can be treated with topical corticosteroids, coincided with calcineurin inhibitors and salicylic acid.
During Dr. Mark Holterman’s many years in the field, he has earned seral awards along the way (Facebook). The American Diabetes Association gives out two research awards, including Innovative Basic Science award and the Innovative Clinical or Translational Science award. In which, Dr. Mark Holterman has received the Innovative Research Award. Dedicated to finding cures and prevention for diabetes The American Diabetes Association provides significant funds for those that are willing to produce high-impact results.
Dr. Mark Holterman not only serves as an active pediatric surgeon but is a full-time professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. His passions include the fields of study such as regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies, obesity, and novel cancer treatments. Excited for the new technological advancements of the day to provide new platforms to overcome a vast scope of diseases, Dr. Mark Holterman is dedicated to seeing lives changed by the research and new developments he provides.
Dr. Mark Holterman’s education includes Yale University, which includes a major in biology. He also attended the University of Virginia, where he earned his Ph.D. and MD. Dedicated to the health Sciences Dr. Holterman served as surgeon-in-chief at Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital. He is also currently affiliated with Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Loyola University Medical Center and St Alexius Medical Center. Dr. Holterman currently resides in Illinois, where he will continue his work.