Dr. Mark J. Holterman - Experienced Surgeon and Professor in Illinois

Dr. Mark J. Holterman, MD

A physician with a professional focus on regenerative medicine, Dr. Mark Joseph Holterman graduated cum laude from Yale University with a degree in biology before receiving both a PhD and MD at the University of Virginia. He continued his training with a residency in general surgery in conjunction with the University of Virginia Health Services in Charlottesville, Virginia, followed by a fellowship in pediatric surgery at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center at the University of Seattle, where he also served as an instructor of surgery. Later, Dr. Mark Joseph Holterman worked as surgeon-in-chief with Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois.

Currently, Mark J. Holterman, MD, utilizes his training as a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics with the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Peoria. In addition, he serves as an attending Pediatric General Surgeon at the Children's Hospiral of Illinois. Among other topics of research, he works to unlock the human body’s natural healing potential by utilizing patient-generated stem cells to address diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.