Dr. Mark Holterman is both a savvy businessman and a dedicated and compassionate pediatric physician. He uses both his medical and business acumen to make an impact in the world of medicine. Dr. Mark Holterman graduated with honors from Yale University, and his degree sparked his medical career. At the University of Washington, he hailed as the Director of Surgery. He completed a pediatric fellowship in Surgery at Seattle’s Children’s Hospital. Currently, he involves himself heavily in scientific research (Doctors.healthgrove).
The world is fortunate for people like Dr. Mark Holterman, who have the presence of mind and spirit to give back to humanity and help others. People like Dr. Holterman also run in circles of like-minded souls. As such, he began his Mariam Global Health Fund with the idea of crating a platform to explore innovate health and medical ideas. The goal is to turn those ideas into concrete initiatives.
Dr. Mark’s company donates to numerous worthy causes like the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam. His ultimate goal is to provide venture capital and intellectual investments in businesses that work to advance medical technologies around the world. As such, his work tends to center on stem cell research and autoimmunity.
Education always matters. Study the lives of successful people and they all have one thing in common—they are all in step with the times of their life. They have the knowledge and understanding of all things related to their field of interest to make a disruptive, positive, impact on the world. Dr. Holterman built his business on years of experience and a burning desire to make a difference in the world.
Dr. Mark has also been fortunate in being able to match innovators who could make an impact with investors who commit themselves to advancing global healthcare. A major benefit of Marian Global Health is its ability to remove many of the risks normally associated with medical treatment. The company is the perfect synthesis of science and business.