Dr. Mark Holterman is an award-winning pediatric surgeon, educator, researcher, and a philanthropist. He currently serves as the CEO of Mariam Global Health. As a medical expert who is trained in clinical medicine as well as fundamental science research, Dr. Mark Holterman understands the obstacles and challenges that may come with time as the medical science advances. He has completed his education in medical science from the University Of Virginia School Of Medicine and had more than two decades of experience in the field. However, it is not only his practice that is vastly known for as his research in the field of cancer research, stem cell therapy, and obesity research has given him enormous popularity in the medical area. Read reviews here.
The fund that Dr. Mark Holterman has created by the name of Mariam Global Health Fund has helped fund many advanced medical technologies and treatments that are in mainstream use today. Dr. Mark Holterman said that he had known many innovative medical researchers and physicians who are capable of developing treatment and technologies that could be of immense help to patients today globally. However, what was lacking was the funds to help these researchers and physicians complete their research. The interview in full on interview.net. It is why the Mariam Global Health Fund was founded to help bring the social investors together for a cause that would help advance the medical field at an accelerated pace.
Dr. Mark Holterman is also a professor at the University of Illinois, where he helps the students with their medical studies. Even with his busy schedule, Dr. Mark Holterman finds time for philanthropic initiatives. One of the charities that he supports includes International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam, also known as IPSAC-VN. It is a group that is active in Vietnam, mainly in schools and hospitals, to help bring advance medical treatment facilities and technologies to children and women in need of such treatment. The IPSAC-VN is expanding at a rapid pace and is in need of volunteers who can help forward their initiatives to a higher level. The candidates interested in volunteering can contact the IPSAC –VN or the office of Dr. Mark Holterman and get the necessary details.