Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Dr. Mark Holterman is teaching coursework in pediatrics and surgery a professor at UIC of Medicine at Peoria. Dr. Mark Holterman is a specialist in the therapies of cellular and regenerative. Also, he helped to found the Sunshine Foundation and AACT. The Sunshine Foundation is a charitable organization founded to support therapies of cellular and regenerative.
Three young individuals who received regenerative therapies effectively inspired the organization. A biotechnology firm called Celltex Therapeutics provided regenerative therapy to one of the three individuals for treating dysautonomia and systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
The Benefits of AACT Membership
Dr. Mark Holterman also draws on his vast experience in medicine in his work with various external companies (Vitals.com). Also, Dr. Mark Holterman serves AACT as a board member. AACT is a nonprofit medical organization, aiming at bringing together the world’s leading device manufacturers, researchers, scientists, and physicians to advance the cell therapy plus regenerative medicine fields.
That collaboration is intended for enabling the AACT to establish clinical translation guidelines as well as best practices in the regenerative medicine (https://www.behance.net/MarkJHolterman). AACT membership benefits are many, including enjoying rates that are discounted on various workshops and conferences; members get a regular newsletter that features the latest news in the medicine of regenerative and have the opportunity meeting and collaborating with other professionals who are in the field.
Dr. Mark Holterman has worked at UIC of Medicine since 2011. He studied at Yale University majoring in biology, and he graduated cum laude before receiving his MD and Ph.D. from University of Virginia (UVA).
Afterwards, Dr. Mark Holterman completed a general surgery residency at the UVA Health Sciences plus a pediatric surgery fellowship at the CCHMC through the UW (University of Washington). He was previously serving Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as a surgeon-in-chief and attended pediatric surgeon at the Rush University Medical Center.